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Happy Chinese New Year of the Monkey
Fresh from Perth, the world renowned classical Chinese dance company, Shen Yun Performing Arts World Company, opens in ...
February 8, 2016
Adelaide, ‘City of Festivals,’ Welcomes Shen Yun
ADELAIDE, Australia—The Chinese New Year is no doubt foremost in the minds of most Australian Chinese citizens whose ...
February 19, 2015
World-Renowned Shen Yun to Grace Brisbane’s Concert Hall Stage
Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company left the Gold Coast audiences in awe with three memorable performances ...
February 3, 2015
After Acclaim in America Shen Yun Heading for Australia
AUSTRALIA—Excitement mounts across Australia as Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company's 2015 World Tour draws near. The ...
January 26, 2015
Shen Yun Returns to ‘Land of the Long White Cloud, New Zealand’
WELLINGTON, New Zealand—Aotearoa, ‘Land of the Long White Cloud,’ will be true to its Maori name when the ...
April 7, 2014
French Nuclear Test Site Mururoa Atoll in Danger of Collapse
Mr Oldham said if the atoll were to collapse, radioactive material would be released into the Pacific Ocean, ...
August 10, 2012
Australia, NZ Focus on Fiji Democracy, as China Ties Strengthen
“We are keen to see the country make a transition to democracy,” Mr Carr said. “We’ll make a ...
July 29, 2012
Empowering Women and Girls in the Pacific
Initiatives have been launched by the Australian government to empower women and girls of the Pacific island nations.
October 4, 2011
The Torres Strait: Australia’s Pacific
Torres Strait council's engineer, Mr McGuire, says sea walls are not the only answer to the damage arising ...
September 19, 2011
Pacific Island Forum Gets Down to Business
Climate change remains one of the greatest threats to the Pacific people, along with the devastating effects of ...
September 12, 2011
Australia Urged to Take Initiative in Antarctica
At present the international Antarctica Treaty protects the continent from resource exploitation, however in 2048, the treaty comes ...
August 9, 2011
Australia’s Sovereignty in Antarctica Under Threat
Australia warned to protect its sovereignty claim over Antarctica, in response to growing interest from countries seeking minerals ...
August 8, 2011
Children’s Book Launched to Help Qld Flood Victims
Book launched to benefit flood stricken victims.
August 3, 2011
Japan Hit Again by Quakes Amid Heavy Rain
Two earthquakes struck in the Pacific Ocean off the northeastern coast of Japan,
July 31, 2011
Australians Urged to Support ‘Old phones, more trees’ Campaign
MobileMuster wants 250,000 or more old mobiles by September 30 when the “Old phones, more trees” campaign ends.
July 28, 2011
Fijian Trade Unionists Joined by Pro-Democratic Groups
Australian Transport Workers Union [TWU] appealed to Australians not to holiday in Fiji, and also threatened to ground ...
July 26, 2011
Australia Refuses to Protect Japan’s Whaling Fleet in Southern Ocean (Video)
Japan called on Australia for extra protection fearing sabotage and violence from anti-whaling activists.
July 17, 2011
Shrek, New Zealand’s Famous Woolly Sheep Still on Ice (Video)
Shrek, the world-famous merino will remain on ice till a decision is made whether or not it can ...
July 9, 2011
Solomon Islands and Asian Development Bank Sign $AU44m Grant
Solomon Islands and the Asian Development Bank have signed a $AU44 million grant to repair and climate proof ...
July 5, 2011
Matariki Shines Over New Zealand
Ancient Maori would regard the shortest day of the year, the Winter Solstice, as the first day of ...
July 1, 2011
Improved Tsunami Warning Service Commences October
The latest in an improved tsunami warning system will be installed in October for countries in the Indian ...
June 24, 2011
Shrek: New Zealand’s Most Famous Sheep Meets His Destiny
Shrek, who was put down June 6, shot to fame when he was found hiding in a mountain ...
June 14, 2011
Julia Gillard, Australia’s PM, Busy on US Visit
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard has a busy schedule while in the United States in the days ahead ...
March 7, 2011
Japanese Whaling Fleet’s Inglorious Retreat Draws Criticism
Japan's decision to recall its whaling ships from the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary has some in Japan not ...
March 1, 2011
Australia Cyclone: Yasi Bears Down on Queensland
Australia cyclone: As Queensland and other Australian states recover from catastrophic flooding, a new threat is heading for ...
January 31, 2011
Australia Floods Spread Across Three States (Video)
Now other Australian states are experiencing record flooding.
January 19, 2011
Queensland Floods Death Toll Rising (Video)
Queensland floods death toll rises:
January 11, 2011
Biden Calls George Floyd’s Family After Chauvin Verdict
California Foster Parents Asked to Take in Unaccompanied Minors From Central America
Researcher Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison for Stealing Trade Secrets to Sell in China
, Epoch Times
Derek Chauvin Found Guilty on All Charges in Death of George Floyd
Rep. Roy Seeks to Force House Vote on Keeping Trump’s Anti-COVID-19 Border Rules
Republicans Hope to Unveil Infrastructure Counterproposal by End of Week
Police: 1 Killed, 2 Wounded in Shooting at NY Grocery Store
The Associated Press
Taiwanese President Warns About the Chinese Regime’s Psychological Warfare
Uphold Gun Conviction Even Though the Law Changed, Biden Administration Urges Supreme Court
Biden Administration to Add 22,000 Guest Worker Visas, Including 6,000 for Central Americans