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Watch: The Prime Minister is speaking liveThe Prime Minister Scott Morrison is speaking live in Canberra, following job figures that revealed the unemployment rate jumped to 7.1 per cent in May, up from 6.4 per cent.
Canberra universities to welcome back 350 international students next month as part of pilotTwo Canberra universities are welcoming back international students to Australia under a new pilot program.
Scott Morrison spruiks highway upgrade in answer to question on women giving birth on side of the roadPrime Minister Scott Morrison was asked if it was acceptable for women to be forced to give birth on the side of the road near Canberra.
Watch: Question Time liveQuestion Time is underway in the House of Representatives in Canberra.
China urges Australia to safeguard Chinese citizens' safetyChina said on Thursday its advisories warning students and traveller about risks they could face in Australia are based on facts and called on Canberra to take measures to safeguard Chinese citizens'..
China tells students to consider whether to study in Australia or leaveChina's education ministry warned on Tuesday that Chinese students should consider whether to study in Australia, amid escalating tensions between Beijing and Canberra.
Australia says China unresponsive to its pleas to ease tensionsAustralia said on Monday China remains unresponsive to its weeks-long pleas to ease tensions between the two trading partners that escalated after Canberra called for an international enquiry into the..
Watch: Prime Minister and Treasurer to speakThe Prime Minister and Treasurer are speaking live in Canberra shortly about tougher rules for foreign investors.
Scott Morrison told to 'get off the grass' by Canberra manWhile speaking about the new 'HomeBuilder' scheme, Prime Minister Scott Morrison was interrupted by a homeowner, asking the PM and media to get off his front lawn.
Australia eases social distancing restrictions as economic recovery efforts intensifySeveral Australian states eased social distancing restrictions further on Monday, allowing restaurants to host more people and public attractions to reopen, as Canberra moves to revive the country's..
Australia to refocus international aid to health security on doorstepAustralia will divert A$280 million ($185.25 million) in overseas aid this year to bolster the response of its closest neighbours to the coronavirus pandemic, with Canberra warning the stability of the..
Chinese embassy says Australia claim of WHA vindication 'a joke'The Chinese Embassy in Australia said it was "nothing but a joke" for Australia to claim that a World Health Assembly (WHA) resolution that calls for an inquiry into the coronavirus was a vindication..
Australia says China suspension of beef imports not tied to call for COVID-19 inquiryChina decision to ban imports from four of Australia's largest beef processors was not a response to Canberra's call for independent inquiry into the origins of COVID-19, Australia's Minister for Trade..
Watch: Treasurer gives budget updateTreasurer Josh Frydenberg is delivering a budget statement to parliament in Canberra.
Australia sets plan to end most COVID-19 restrictions by JulyAustralia will ease social distancing restrictions in a three-step process, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, as Canberra aims to remove most curbs by July and get nearly 1 million people..
Opening up, Australia maps out staged easing of COVID-19 curbsAustralia will ease social distancing restrictions in a three-step process, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, as Canberra aims to remove all curbs by July and get nearly 1 million people..
China embassy accuses Australia of petty tricks in coronavirus disputeChina accused Australia of "petty tricks" on Wednesday in an intensifying dispute over Canberra's push for an international inquiry into the coronavirus outbreak that could affect diplomatic and..
Australia asks China to explain 'economic coercion' threat in coronavirus rowAustralia has asked the Chinese ambassador to explain his "threats of economic coercion" in response to Canberra's push for an international inquiry into the source and spread of the coronavirus.
Australia, China tensions rise over coronavirus inquiry callAustralia has asked the Chinese ambassador to explain what it called a threat of "economic coercion" in response to Canberra's push for an international inquiry into the source and spread of the..
Australian researchers launch ‘prejudice census’ to better understand coronavirus racismResearchers in Canberra are collecting data on coronavirus-fuelled discrimination in order to tackle and better understand the issue.
Australia calls on G20 nations to end wet wildlife markets over coronavirus concernsAustralia has called on G20 nations to end wet wildlife markets over concerns they pose a threat to human health and agricultural markets, a move which could further strain ties with China after..
Australia urges probe into origins of coronavirus, France says not nowAustralian Prime Minister Scott Morrison sought support for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic in phone calls with U.S. President Donald Trump and the German..
Australia says coronavirus restrictions to continue at least four more weeksAustralia will keep in place restrictions implemented to curb the spread of the coronavirus for at least four more weeks, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, despite signs that Canberra has..
AFP 'don't set out to do illegal raids' says Commissioner, after High Court rules Smethurst raid warrant invalidThe High Court has found a warrant used by Australian Federal Police to search the Canberra home of News Corp reporter Annika Smethurst last year was invalid.
Warrant used by AFP to raid home of News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst ruled invalid by High CourtThe High Court has found a warrant used by Australian Federal Police to search the Canberra home of News Corp reporter Annika Smethurst last year was invalid.
AFP recruits filmed partying amid virus lockdowns could be 'sacked'The Australian Federal Police cadets who were filmed breaking social distancing rules at a Canberra residential college now face the prospect of expulsion.
Federal parliament gives green light to $130 billion JobKeeper schemeThe Morrison government's $130 billion JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme has passed federal parliament during a special sitting day in Canberra.
JobKeeper to pump out $130b for workersThe Morrison government's $130 billion JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme has passed federal parliament during a special sitting day in Canberra.
Chinese embassy angry at 'disinformation' targeting businesses during coronavirus crisisThe Chinese embassy in Canberra his issued an angry statement accusing Australian media of being malicious towards state-owned companies.
Chinese embassy angry at 'disinformation'The Chinese embassy in Canberra his issued an angry statement accusing Australian media of being malicious towards state-owned companies.
This Sikh community group is delivering free meals to Australians in isolationTurbans 4 Australia is delivering food to people in Canberra who are isolating because of the coronavirus crisis.
Australia widens coronavirus testing as death toll risesAustralia will expand coronavirus testing, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday, as Canberra struggles to contain an outbreak that it said has killed nine people in the country.
War hero Ben Roberts-Smith interviewed by police over alleged killingThe Victoria Cross recipient recently attended a police interview in Canberra and, as is standard, was cautioned that what he said could be used in court.
Penny Wong in self-isolation after waking up 'feeling unwell'Labor senator Penny Wong, the leader of the opposition in the Senate, is in self-isolation in Canberra pending medical advice.
Labor senator Penny Wong in self-isolationLabor senator Penny Wong, the leader of the opposition in the Senate, is in self-isolation in Canberra pending medical advice.
COVID-19: High Court to stop hearings until AugustThe full bench of the High Court won't hear cases in Canberra in April, May and June in response to the spread of coronavirus.
Australia mulls second stimulus package as market slumps on coronavirus, sources sayAustralia is considering a second round of economic stimulus, three sources familiar with the deliberations told Reuters, as Canberra accelerated efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus that..
NZ fin min cancels Australia trip, will hold virus bilateral on Skype: mediaAustralia's and New Zealand's top finance lawmakers will hold a Skype call to discuss economic threats from the coronavirus, after New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson canceled his trip to..
Prosecutors get say in second day of George Pell High Court appeal bidAfter a full day of arguments from George Pell's lawyers in his High Court appeal bid in Canberra, prosecutors will have their turn.
Pell backers clash with 'angry' protesterA man yelled George Pell should "burn in hell" during a clash with the disgraced cardinal's supporters outside the High Court in Canberra.
High Court set to hear disgraced Cardinal George Pell's appealAustralia's Highest Court will hear disgraced Cardinal George Pell's final bid for freedom in Canberra on Wednesday.
High Court to hear Pell appeal this weekAustralia's Highest Court will hear disgraced cardinal George Pell's final bid for freedom in Canberra this week.
Australian Defence Force confirms two cases of COVID-19 in CanberraTwo Australian Defence Force members have been confirmed as having the coronavirus - in what could be the first two cases in the ACT.
Watch: SBS World News liveTonight on SBS World News: Aged Care providers meet in Canberra to discuss how best to protect those most vulnerable from COVID-19, the International Criminal Court to probe alleged war crimes in..
National plastics summit to call for state and federal governments to take action on wasteA national plastics summit in Canberra on Monday will call for more action from state and federal governments to reduce waste.