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Australia aims to strengthen its nuclear non-proliferation goal

Australia is stepping up its efforts to support the nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament system under the Albanese Government. This entails collaborating with the international...

Australia helping Thailand in setting up climate resilient urban centres

The government of Australia is helping Thailand government to build climate resilient urban centres as well as eco-friendly transport, in a effort to save...

Jennie Mackenzie donates $20 million for young researchers at University of Sydney

Jennie Mackenzie has given $20 million to the Charles Perkins Centre, located at the University of Sydney in Australia. Jennie Mackenzie spent the first...

Australian Air Force Poseidon participated first time in Exercise Malabar

In a first, Australia Air Force P-8A Poseidon participated in Exercise Malabar 22 off the east coast of Japan, wherein Australian Defence Force (ADF)...

Medibank hackers leaking records of abortion: Australian minister for women Katy Gallagher

Katy Gallagher, the minister for finance, women and public service of Australia, said on Thursday that the criminals responsible for the Medibank hack are...

Australia announces $135 million humanitarian aid package for Myanmar, Bangladesh

Australia will contribute $135 million in 2022–2023 as part of the Albanese Government's commitment to aiding in the supply of life-saving food, water, and...

Charity on Johnny Depp’s honour to help male domestic violence victims in Australia

The Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission of the Australian government has recently registered ‘Sparrows Dawn’ as a charity, an organization formed in the honour...

After Europe, United Kingdom may also suspend visa waiver with Vanuatu

After Europe, the United Kingdom might also take back the visa waiver agreement with Vanuatu because of its failed vetting of citizenship by investment applicants

Talented people across globe moving to US: Nobel prize winner

The best and most talented individuals have been migrating to the US since 1950. This is because they provide funding for research initiatives and...

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Google to manufacture Pixel phones, drones in India

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