Australia Is Removing the British Monarch From Its 5-Dollar Bill

King Charles III will not succeed Queen Elizabeth II on Australia’s 5-dollar bill, which will instead be redesigned to honor

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Australia’s sigh of relief as lost radioactive capsule recovered

A tiny but dangerously radioactive capsule smaller than a coin that had fallen off a truck while being transported along

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Making a point: Hong Kong journalists regroup abroad

When Hong Kong’s pro-democracy news outlets Apple Daily and Stand News were forced to close by authorities in 2021 under

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Rio Tinto apologises as search for radioactive capsule continues

A radiation alert is in force for parts of Western Australia after a tiny capsule containing Caesium-137 was lost. Mining

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Novak Djokovic dominates Tsitsipas to win 10th Australian Open

Djokovic defeated Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5) to claim his 22nd Grand Slam title to equal

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Is Australia Day Approaching a Tipping Point?

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. This week’s

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Giant cane toad discovered in Australia dubbed ‘Toadzilla’

‘Toadzilla’ weighed in at 2.7kg (almost 6lbs) and could have set a new world record for size, Queensland ranger said.

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Qantas flight lands safely after mid-air mayday over Pacific

A Qantas Airways flight landed safely at Sydney airport on Wednesday after issuing a mid-air mayday alert with engine trouble

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For Pacific Islands, Australia’s job schemes a double-edged sword

Sydney, Australia – As Pacific Island countries strive to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia and New Zealand’s seasonal job schemes

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