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‘Extraordinary’: Documentary Reveals Secret Footage of Chinese Labor Camp
Yifei Wang loves breathing the air of freedom in the United States, but her heart is still in ...
May 10, 2021
‘Policy Making Madness’: New Zealand Pushes for Collective Bargaining in Radical Labour Law Reform
The New Zealand government on May 7 unveiled a new collective bargaining system marking the biggest reform of ...
May 8, 2021
Five Australians Suffer Blood-Clots in One Week After AstraZeneca Jab
Five Australians have developed blood clotting syndrome after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine in the past week, the Therapeutic ...
May 6, 2021
Telstra to Slash 2000 Jobs by the End of 2021 Amid Market ‘Headwinds’
Telstra has announced it aims to cut 2000 jobs by the end of the year to reduce costs, ...
May 6, 2021
‘It Felt Like You Were Reborn’: Vietnamese Australians on Their Escape From Communism
Over 46 years ago, on April 30, 1975, tanks of the Northern Vietnamese army rolled into Saigon (now ...
May 5, 2021
Australia Looks to Establish a ‘Pacific Islands Regiment’ to Counter Foreign Threat
Australia and its neighbouring countries are seeking to establish a “Pacific Islands Regiment” to strengthen defence ties and ...
April 22, 2021
‘It Was a Really Tough Time’: Pandemic Takes a Toll on International Students’ Mental Health
It has been more than one year since the last time Hailey Do, a third-year student from the ...
April 21, 2021
Drug Overdoses Kill More Than Five Australians a Day: Report
More than five Australians died from drugs overdoses every day in 2019, says a new report by the National ...
April 15, 2021
New Zealand Won’t Criticize China Over WHO Virus Inquiry
New Zealand have announced they would hold off on criticising the World Health Organisation's (WHO) COVID-19 investigation in ...
April 9, 2021
AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine’s Rare Blood Clot Risk Sparks Concern in Australian Health Authorities
Australian health authorities are holding urgent talks on the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine after the European medical ...
April 8, 2021
Australian Government Pushed to Take Back Darwin Port From Chinese Firm
The Australian government should consider cancelling the 99-year lease of the Port of Darwin to a Chinese firm ...
March 18, 2021
Dark Web Drug Markets Dented by Police Raids: Report
The Australian National University (ANU) has found that police raids on the dark web marketplaces have dented the ...
March 10, 2021
SBS Suspends Chinese State Media Broadcasts Over Human Rights Complaint
Australian public broadcaster SBS has temporarily stopped its broadcasts from Chinese state-run television CCTV and CGTN after receiving ...
March 7, 2021
Australian of the Year Calls For Education and Awareness Campaigns to Combat Child Sexual Predation
Australian of Year Grace Tame has used her first public address to call for young Australians to be ...
March 4, 2021
Australia Rejoins Ranks of World’s Top 10 Soft Power Nations
Australia has risen on the global rankings of soft power, bumping off Russia to claim tenth place, while ...
February 25, 2021
More Hong Kongers Gain Residency in Australia to Escape Communist Control
As Beijing tightens its grip on Hong Kong following the imposition of the National Security Law in July ...
February 24, 2021
Nationals Senators Push for Australia to Embrace Coal and Nuclear Power
All five Nationals senators are pushing their Coalition colleagues in the Morrison government to invest in nuclear generators, coal-fired ...
February 18, 2021
Facebook Suspends Australian MP for a Week Over Hydroxychloroquine Posts
Facebook has suspended the account of Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) Craig Kelly for a week after he ...
February 17, 2021
Australian MP Under Fire for Sharing Information on Hydroxychloroquine
Liberal backbencher Craig Kelly has endured heavy backlash from political opponents for his wary stance of the government’s ...
February 14, 2021
Rugby Star Israel Folau Cancelled for Second Time Due to Religious Views
The St. George Illawarra Dragons rugby league team have backflipped on signing star player Israel Folau after backlash ...
February 5, 2021
86,000 Homes in Northern Australia Uninsured as Premiums Skyrocket
Northern Australians are dropping insurance as sky-high premiums cripple community life, according to a report by the Australian ...
January 14, 2021
New York’s Mask Mandate to Stay, Pending Review of New CDC Guidance: Cuomo
Georgia to End Federal Unemployment Benefits in June, Announces Economic Recovery Plan
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Weekly Jobless Claims at 14-month Low; Inflation Heating Up
Yankees’ Torres Positive for COVID-19 Despite Being Vaccinated
The Associated Press
Get Involved in School Board Meetings: Rep. Lauren Boebert on How to Fight Critical Race Theory
US Will Not ‘Leave Australia Alone’ in the Face of Beijing Coercion: Blinken
GOP Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Restrict Funding to ‘Lawless’ Cities
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Canadian Officials Voice Support in Celebration of Falun Dafa Day
Biden Admin Sued Over Alleged Discrimination Against Certain Bar and Restaurant Owners
Israel Begins Air, Ground Operations From Border Targeting Terrorists in Gaza Strip