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1. Australian Government Focuses on Job Support for Syrian Refugees
November 24, 2016

Australia has resettled about half of the 12,000 refugees it agreed to take in last year from the conflict in Syria. Most of the new arrivals are living with relatives in Sydney, the country’s biggest city, Sydney. The New South Wales government is offering free training programs to Iraqi and Syrian refugees resettled in the state to help them find work.  It will spend $20 million over the next four years on various schemes. John Barilaro, the New South Wales minister for...... (read more)

2. Australia Considers TPP Without US
November 23, 2016

Australian experts are divided over whether the world's biggest trade deal could survive without the United States.  President-elect Donald Trump has promised to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, on his first day in office.  The agreement includes the US, Australia and ten other countries. Donald Trump has dismissed the TPP as a job-killing “disaster” and has said he would scrap the proposed agreement when he becomes US president in January. Trump has...... (read more)

3. Former Sudanese Child Soldier Wins Prestigious Australian Award
November 11, 2016

A former child soldier has received one of Australia’s highest civic awards, the 2017 New South Wales Australian of the Year. Deng Adut has been recognized for helping to combat discrimination and assisting juvenile offenders. The 33-year-old former refugee is a successful criminal lawyer who helps Sudanese migrants.  And he is now a contender for a prestigious national award. As a young child he was made to fight for Sudan’s People’s Liberation Army. He endured torture,...... (read more)

4. Trump Win Fuels Fears, Celebrations in Australia
November 10, 2016

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has spoken with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump, who said the long-standing alliance between the two nations was of great importance to Washington. "Barking mad" and “a revolting slug” were just some of the words Australian politicians used to describe Donald Trump in the lead-up to the U.S. presidential election.   But now both sides of Australian politics are promising to work with President-elect Trump, and they have...... (read more)

5. Australia Fears Return of Battle-hardened IS Militants
November 04, 2016

Australian counterterrorism experts say the likely defeat of the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq will raise the threat posed by jihadist fighters returning to Australia. The warning comes after the arrest in Australia of a 24-year-old man and a teenage boy on suspicion of breaching the nation's foreign fighter laws. Australia’s gravest security concerns are stoked by homegrown extremists.  Authorities estimate about 120 Australians have joined militant groups in the...... (read more)

6. Australian Leaders Berate Donald Trump as Election Nears
November 02, 2016

‘Loathsome’, ‘vile’ and a ‘pig’ - some of the stinging criticism of Donald Trump by leaders of one of the United States’ most loyal allies - Australia.  The Republican candidate’s vulgar comments about women have been sharply rebuked by both sides of politics in Canberra, although Trump does have support among some MPs. NEWSREADER:  “Well, Donald Trump’s lewd video comments about women have been met with almost universal condemnation in Canberra.” Donald Trump’s obscene...... (read more)

7. Migrants Deepen China’s Ties to Australia
October 27, 2016

In Australia, the Chinese are the third biggest migrant group behind the British and those from New Zealand.  But the pattern of new settlement has changed in past decades.  In the 1970s and ‘80s there was an influx of those escaping Communism, while more recent arrivals are often wealthier, better skilled and are more sympathetic to the authorities back home.  China is also Australia’s biggest trading partner. Chinese New Year has become a glittering part of Sydney’s...... (read more)

8. Australia Denies Allegations of Torture at Migrant Camp
October 18, 2016

Australia has rejected allegations by human rights campaigners that conditions on a small South Pacific Island where migrants are kept “amount to torture.”  Amnesty International’s report claims that many asylum seekers held at the Australian-run camp on Nauru have attempted suicide to escape indefinite detention. Amnesty International said the incarceration of asylum seekers on the tiny South Pacific Island of Nauru was a "systematic regime of neglect and cruelty.” Its...... (read more)

9. Australians Want Government to Do More to Combat Terror Threat
October 10, 2016

Australians believe the government could do more to prevent a terrorist attack on home soil, but also have concerns that Muslims are being singled out for increased surveillance, according to a survey by one of the country’s most respected universities. The findings are contained in the Australian National University’s poll entitled "Attitudes to National Security: Balancing Safety and Privacy." According to the national poll, most Australians want more action taken to prevent...... (read more)

10. Female Refugees Survive and Thrive in Australian Documentary 'The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe'
October 06, 2016

A documentary released Thursday tells the story of four women who fled conflict, rape and brutality in Africa.  "The Baulkham HIlls African Ladies Troupe" is based on an Australian theater production of the same name and features refugee women -including a former child soldier in Eritrea and another who trekked across the Sahara to escape war - who play themselves on stage.  It is a story of survival and triumph. The group is named after a Sydney suburb where...... (read more)

11. East Timor Takes Maritime Dispute With Australia to UN Court
September 28, 2016

East Timor has accused Australia of being a bully as the International Court of Arbitration in the Netherlands prepares to hear a decade-long dispute over the sharing of oil and mineral wealth in the Timor Sea. East Timor — also known as Timor Leste — wants the International Court of Arbitration in The Hague to decide which country owns a large undersea oil and gas field. The East Timorese government believes Australia is receiving more than it is entitled to under an...... (read more)

12. Australians Demand Tougher Action to Combat Climate Change
September 26, 2016

Support in Australia for action on climate change is at its highest in almost a decade, according to a new report.  The survey, compiled by an independent research organization, shows the majority of respondents believe Australia should be a world-leader in solutions to tackle the effects of rising temperatures. The Climate of the Nation report is Australia’s longest running survey of public views on climate change.  It was compiled by the Climate Institute, an independent...... (read more)

13. Australia Defends Tough Immigration Policies at UN Refugee Summit
September 20, 2016

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has defended his government’s tough asylum policies at a United Nations refugee summit in New York.  However, activists are demanding that Australia close its controversial migrant camps in the South Pacific.  The United Nations General Assembly is looking to find a better way to help more than 65 million people who are displaced around the world. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told delegates his country’s...... (read more)

14. Australia Expresses Regret Over Botched Syrian Airstrikes
September 19, 2016

Australia has expressed deep regret for its part in a botched airstrike in Syria that killed scores of Syrian government soldiers and endangered the fragile ceasefire in the region.  The attack was led by the U.S. military that said the coalition believed it was targeting positions of the so-called Islamic State. The Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he regretted the loss of life and injury but will not speculate about why the air strike in eastern Syria went so badly...... (read more)

15. US Eyeing Chinese Influence In Australian Politics
September 16, 2016

The United States has expressed concern about China's influence in Australia’s domestic politics and wants reforms to eliminate Beijing’s ability to use financial donations to influence Australian politicians. In an exclusive interview with the daily newspaper The Australian, departing U.S. Ambassador John Berry said he is worried about China's influence in Australia’s domestic politics. Berry said the United States objects to Beijing's ability to advance its interests by...... (read more)

16. Australia to Strengthen Anti-terror Laws
September 12, 2016

New anti-terrorism laws will be introduced into the Australian parliament this week.  They will allow authorities to continue to detain convicted terrorists after they have completed serving their prison sentences if they are considered to pose a significant risk to the community.  The new laws will allow Australia’s security agencies to monitor terrorism suspects as young as 14.  So-called control orders that require individuals to submit to a curfew and limit their...... (read more)

17. Fate of 850 Men Uncertain With Closure of Australian Migrant Camp
August 18, 2016

Australian officials are trying to decide what to do with hundreds of asylum-seekers at a controversial detention center it has agreed to close in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court ruled in April that the camp on Manus Island, one of two Australian-run immigration facilities in the South Pacific,  was unconstitutional. The closure of the Manus Island facility was announced Wednesday in a statement by PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, who said an agreement had...... (read more)

18. Australia Accused of Deliberately Ignoring Offshore Refugee Abuse
August 03, 2016

SYDNEY— Australia is being accused of ignoring the mistreatment of refugees held on an island in the South Pacific as part of a policy to deter other asylum seekers trying to reach its territory by boat. The claims are being made in a report by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, which secretly traveled to Nauru to document the conditions at an Australian-funded detention facility. The government has yet to specifically respond to the allegations. Asylum seekers intercepted while trying to reach Australia by boat are sent to camps in Papua New Guinea and Nauru, a tiny Sout... (read more)

19. Minor Parties Surge as Australia Awaits Election Result
July 06, 2016

SYDNEY— Election officials in Australia are counting millions of postal and absentee votes in the country's national election. Neither of the two main parties has managed to secure a majority in Saturday’s poll, in which there was a surge in support for minor parties and independent candidates. Waiting for results Four days after the election, Australians have little idea who will form their next government. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he is confident his center-right party will win a majority, while the opposition Labor party hopes to form a minority government wit... (read more)

20. Australians Voting in General Elections, Focus on Economy
July 02, 2016

SYDNEY— Australians voted in large numbers Saturday in a close federal election where the country is deciding whether minor parties will overthrow the incumbent government. While climate change, immigration and education are key issues, it is the economy that is likely to decide who wins.   Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has created great anxiety in Australia, and political leaders have put economic security at the heart of their election campaigns.   Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has told voters the country needs the stability his center-right coa... (read more)

21. Australians Prepare to Vote, Focus on Economy
July 01, 2016

SYDNEY— Australians are gearing up to hit the polls in a close federal election Saturday where the country will decide whether minor parties will overthrow the incumbent government. While climate change, immigration and education are key issues, it is the economy that is likely to decide who wins.  Australia has avoided recession for 25 years, but the future is unclear as a resources boom fueled by China’s appetite for iron ore and coal continues to fade. In Sydney, cranes dominate the skyline as a swathe of new apartment blocks emerge alongside upgraded transport links.&nb... (read more)

22. Gun Controls Stopped Mass Shootings in Australia, Say Researchers
June 23, 2016

SYDNEY— An Australian study has found that tough gun laws enacted 20 years ago have prevented mass shootings and cut rates of firearm-related murders and suicides.  The measures were introduced following the Port Arthur massacre on the island state of Tasmania in 1996. From the late 1970s until 1996, Australia experienced 13 mass shootings in which 104 people died. But research published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association has shown there have been no mass shootings in Australia since strict gun controls were enacted 20 years ago. The catalyst for change w... (read more)

23. Small Australian Spider Possibly World's Fastest Lunging Predator
June 20, 2016

SYDNEY— Australia is famous for its rich variety of wildlife, and now scientists say it could also be home to the world's fastest-lunging predator. Karaops are a type of small, flat spider found only in Australia and researchers believe they could be the fastest terrestrial ambush predator. The small karaop spider is native to Australia and is usually found under loose bark, especially on eucalyptus trees.  It has a flat body allowing it to hide in tight spaces but it is the invertebrate's ability to move with lightning speed that is fascinating researchers. About 100 sam... (read more)

24. New Australian Comedy Charts Aftermath of Race Riots
June 15, 2016

SYDNEY— A provocative dark comedy about Australia’s race riots in the beachside suburb of Cronulla makes its premiere at the Sydney Film Festival June 15. The disturbances in December 2005 were fueled by tensions between Lebanese and white communities. The movie Down Under tells the story of two opposing groups of young men from both sides of the cultural divide. The movie takes a comical look at one of the darkest chapters in modern race relations in Australia. In December 2005, a series of disturbances erupted in Cronulla, a seaside suburb in Sydney. The violence s... (read more)

25. New Zealand Prime Minister to Make Milestone Trip to Fiji
June 09, 2016

SYDNEY— John Key on Thursday becomes the first New Zealand Prime Minister to visit Fiji since a military coup there in 2006.  Key says his two-day trip is in recognition of the South Pacific nation's return to elected government, although Key has said there are still shortcomings in the democratic process. Fiji was part of an arc of instability that included East Timor, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.  Coups and social unrest made two regional heavyweights, New Zealand and Australia, increasingly nervous about security.  Those fears worsened in 200... (read more)

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