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How Australia's Everyday Racism Moved From the Political Rim to the Mainstream

Within hours after 50 Muslim worshipers were killed in two mosques, Australian right-wing extremist politician Fraser Anning published a statement on his "root cause" of the attacks. This claimed Anning immigration program, which enabled Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place. Two days later, Anning appeared on the popular Kyle and Jackie O radio program in …

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Investment push for Australia's aerospace and AI industry

This is a Creative Commons story from The Lead South Australia a news service that delivers stories about innovation in South Australia. Feel free to use the story in any form of media. The sources of the story are linked to the copy, and all the contacts are ready to go on talking about the story. The Australian aerospace and …

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Analysis: Australia's plan to challenge China in the South Pacific

Few Australian politicians want to admit that the "step-up" is targeted against another country. Canberra to be its "backyard." Canberra to be its "backyard." Australian foreign policy: Australians know it is about China; the South Pacific Islands know it is about China; even Beijing knows it's about China. Is Australia over-reacting? If not, why now? And can an economy less …

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A runway train traveled 57 miles through Australia's outback

Most things do not happen the way they are made in movies. Changes are less sudden, incidents less surprising, people less attractive. However, when an out-of-control move broke through the Australian outback, the following action sequence seemed to have come from a Tony Scott movie. The confusion began when the engineer stopped the 268 four-engine locomotive and hoped for the …

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Wentworth defeat pushes Australia's prime minister into minority government

He pointed to the election that shook Chancellor Angela Merkel's government in Germany last week in Bavaria as voters turned their backs on conservative allies against the progressive, pro-refugee Greens. "Australians are cut off from politics as a whole, and this also reflects a broader trend in Western politics," said Roggeveen, adding that "center-left and center-right parties emerged from social …

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Australia's other large (and threatened) coral reefs

MELBOURNE, Australia – The United Nations raised a fearsome alarm on Monday warning that many of the world's coral reefs might die in 2040 as a result of climate change. Already, the water has bleached more than two-thirds of the coral in the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef ecosystem, which spans more than 130,000 square miles and …

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Scott Morrison, a Pragmatic Conservative, Will Be Australia's New Prime Minister

A relative moderate in Australia's conservative party and ally of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is poised to succeed him on a charitable day in Australia. Scott Peter Dutton, a former home affairs minister, and Julie Bishop, the country's foreign minister. His deputy wants to be Josh Mr. Turnbull. Mr. Turnbull – who passed away office by leading a party revolt …

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Australia's Turnbull survives leadership election; Dutton leaves

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, left, and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg speak on Monday, August 20, 2018, in front of the Parliament building in Canberra, Australia. Turnbull has abandoned plans to legislate limiting greenhouse gas emissions to avert a rebellion by conservative lawmakers. Turnbull admitted that he could not get legislation from the House of Representatives, where his Conservative coalition …

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