Monthly Archives: March, 2023

Speed up journalist’s verdict: Australia asks China

The fact that Australian journalist Cheng Lei has yet to receive word of a decision a year after facing charges related to national security...

Australia concludes ‘young officers exchange program’ with India

On March 14, Delhi saw the conclusion of the first General Rawat India-Australia Young Officers Exchange Program. 5 officers from each service travel to India...

Bangladesh children surviving poverty, malnutrition

Baby Mahdi's issues predated his birth in a village on the banks of the Rakti River in northeastern Bangladesh. His mother, Ismat Ara, was...

Australia: HMAS Choules set to operate aircraft

HMAS Choules has sailed to renew its authorization to fly aircraft after a lengthy maintenance period of over a year. Choules boarded an MH-60R Seahawk...

Australia to decide on coal mines—the hub of CO2 emissions

According to new research, the Albanese government may have to decide whether to authorize up to 28 coal mine projects that would make it...

Ukraine war: Families travel to Australia in despair

Tetyana, 46, and her family remained in her Odesa house for two weeks after hearing the first explosion because they were unsure what to...

Australia transports first ever ice cores

In March, the first ice cores from the Australian Antarctic Division's (AAD) Million Year Ice Core project were safely returned to Tasmania by a...

Australian School of Infantry completes 50 years of glory

The School of Infantry celebrated its 50th anniversary in Singleton on March 17 with a freedom-of-entry procession, with bayonets fixed, drums thumping, and a...

US start 10-year plans to strengthen international ties

On Friday, President Joe Biden announced ten-year plans for the implementation of the United States Strategy to Promote Stability in partnership with Haiti, Mozambique,...

Govt open 20 clinics as 1 in 9 Australian women have endometriosis

Thanks to the Albanese Labour government, all states and territories are receiving the first endometriosis and pelvic pain clinics in Australia. Women with endometriosis and...

AUKUS project: Australia starts training for submariners

Ten prospective submariners got a taste of the job the day Australia announced its acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines. On March 14, the realistic job preview...

Australia strengthen surveillance to detect illegal transfers to N Korea

As part of Operation Argos, RAAF personnel have assisted in monitoring and discouraging unauthorized ship-to-ship cargo transfers into North Korea. The detachment was stationed at...

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Deportation bill can affect 375 Australian born children

The Albanese government in Australia faces significant criticism over its proposed deportation bill, which includes provisions that could affect 375 Australian-born children of asylum...

Japan to allow divorced parents to share child’s custody

In a historic move, Japan's parliament has voted to amend its custody laws, which previously mandated sole custody arrangements following divorce. This reform will...

Australia now on second global rank in budget management

According to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest fiscal monitor, Australia boasts the second strongest overall budget balance among G20 nations, surpassed only by...

Boeing blowout to cost $200m to United Airlines

United Airlines has attributed a significant financial setback of $200 million to Boeing, impacting its earnings in the first quarter of the year. This...