Tourism Reels as Australian Leaders Bicker Over Closed Borders
In Australia’s tropical north, Kate Agrums was hopeful her river-cruise business would get an influx of tourists eager to spot crocodiles when the coronavirus lockdown began easing earlier this month.
Australian universities in for ‘world of pain’ if borders remain closed to international students
The chancellor of one of Australia’s top universities has said it will be in “a world of pain financially” if border closures continue into 2021 and foreign students are unable to travel next year.
Gillespie names his Mount Rushmore of Australian haircuts
Jason Gillespie has selected the four men he thinks would make up Australian crickets's Mount Rushmore of haircuts. #Cricket ...
Australian PM stresses the need to create jobs as state of Victoria starts to reopen
Reuters Australia's prime minister stressed the need to create jobs as a way to minimize government welfare spending, while the country's second-most populous state Victoria set out measures to resume ...
Sunwolves not ruled out of Australian Super Rugby competition
Discussions are ongoing over whether the Sunwolves can face Australian Super Rugby sides in an alternative competition.
Australian Tourism Minister wants transtasman bubble with certain states
A transtasman bubble with certain Australian states could open up even before interstate border bans are lifted. Australia's Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said New Zealand was the first ...
Australian Market Notably Higher
(RTTNews) - The Australian stock market is notably higher on Monday, with stocks rising across the board despite the lackluster cues from Wall Street Friday amid concerns over rising U.S.-China ...
Jacinda Ardern says Australian state borders should reopen before ‘travel bubble’
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she expects to see Australian state borders re-open before the establishment of a trans-Tasman bubble.
Jacinda Ardern expects Australian state borders to re-open before trans-Tasman bubble
"People want to be able to travel internally in Australia before they'd expect to be able to come across the ditch," the PM said.
Why Are Dolphins Bringing Humans “Gifts” From the Sea at This Australian Café?
But for one Australian humpback dolphin pod, humans have become the center of affection as they swim up to a Tin Can Bay café to deliver everything from coral to sea sponges. Volunteers at the ...
Australian Senate wants answers about $39 billion welfare 'bungle'
An Australian Senate committee will call on Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to explain how the government overestimated the size of a jobs-rescue package by A$60 billion ($39 billion). The treasury ...
Australian government faces epidemic of breaches
Despite improvements, agencies are still struggling to lock down security practices — and a string of breaches highlights the consequences.