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Third flight for Australians on Jun 13The Australian High Commission in Dhaka is set to arrange a special flight for 120 of its citizens to return ...
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School's back in Australia's biggest stateMuch excitement in Sydney school yards this morning, as children walked back in. Finally - a chance to see their ...
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Western Australia prepares for 'once-in-a-decade' stormAustralia's western coast is bracing for a massive storm, which is expected to make landfall in the coming hours.Torrential rains, ...
Australian batmaker apologises to Tendulkar as lawsuit settledNEW DELHI, MAY 15: Indian cricket great Sachin Tendulkar has settled a lawsuit with an Australian bat maker he accused ...
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157 Bangladeshis return from Australia, 220 more Australians leave DhakaA total of 157 Bangladeshi citizens, who were stranded in Australia due to the ban on international flights amid coronavirus ...
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Australia’s Judo Bank closes on $147m series C for SME loansJudo Bank, a new Australian bank, that provides loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), has raised $147 million in ...
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157 Bangladeshis stranded in Australia coming home, Indians leaving DhakaA total of 157 Bangladeshis, who were stranded in Australia due to the Covid-19 pandemic, left Melbourne for Dhaka on ...
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Australian banks defer payments on $130 bln of loansBanks in Australia have pushed back payments on loans of at least $130.12 billion because the novel coronavirus has put ...
Australia knock India off top of Test rankingsNEW DELHI, MAY 2: Australia have reclaimed the world number one Test ranking, shunting India off the top of the ...
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Australia’s electricity grid could run with 75% renewablesAustralia already has the technical capacity to operate a power grid safely, with 75% of its electricity coming from wind ...
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‘Perfect storm’ of credit card debt brewing for Australians Rapidly falling incomes, a move to card-only payments and a complete avoidance of cash is creating a "perfect storm" for ...
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Google, Facebook must pay media for reuse of content: Australia The Australian government has said it will adopt a mandatory code to pay local media for the reuse of necessary ...
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