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Libyan Authorities Releases Australian Man

Libyan authorities have released an Australian man detained in the country for more than a week. The release, said to have been facilitated by Turkish embassy staff in Tripoli, came…

Drunks Face Hard Times in Victoria

A new law banning drunken behaviour will give pubs and clubs in Victoria the right to rid themselves of drunken troublemakers. The new law, which was introduced into parliament on…

Landowners Fight Northern Territory Radioactive Dump

Plans to set up Australia’s first radioactive waste dump are being challenged by traditional Aboriginal landowners. Landowners have invited Resources Minister Martin Ferguson to discuss the proposed plans multiple times,…

Australian Diplomats from Libya Withdrawn

Australian diplomats located in Libya have been withdrawn after violence in the area has determined the United Nations to sanction the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. Prime Minister Julia Gillard said…

Holidays in New Zealand to Help Earthquake Recovery

Prime Minister Julian Gillard said that that in order to support New Zealand after the devastating earthquake that hit Christchurch, Australian could choose the Tasman region as a holiday destination.…

New Gas Project in Queensland Approved

A new gas project investment in Queensland amounting $35bn has been approved today according to Andrew Fraser, Queensland’s Treasurer. The third new coal seam gas project has received commonwealth approval…

PM Gillard to Meet with President Obama

The Australian Prime Minister will meet with Barrack Obama, the President of the United States, in early March.  The details of the meeting have been pinned, and it has been…

Australia Still Committed to Afghanistan

In spite of the increasing number of death in the Afghan war, the Australian Prime Minister said that the country will still remain committed to Afghanistan and its war. After…

Australia’s Longest Bridge in New South Wales

Australia’s longest bridge will soon be built in Kempsey, New South Wales’ mid north coast town. According to recent statements, Abigroup will both build and design the above mentioned bridge…

New Multiculturalism Policy Presented by Fed Government

The Australian federal government has decided to set up a new and independent advisory body whose mission would be to champion over the community’s multiculturalism. The new Multicultural Advisory Council…