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Five children died and four others were in critical condition on Thursday after falling from a bouncy castle.
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The Australian government listed Hezbollah as a "terrorist organisation", extending an existing ban on armed units to the entire organisation. It also listed the far-right group "The Base" as a terror group.
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Two chimney towers and a boiler house at a decommissioned coal-fired power plant in Australia were demolished on Wednesday.
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Both countries have unveiled "step-by-step" plans for reopening their borders, but it will be a while before travellers are back.
Billions of corals born on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
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Pro- and anti-vaccine protests across Australia
Pro-vaccine and anti-jab rallies took place in Melbourne on Saturday as Victoria state's government looks to pass a controversial law which would grant it specific powers during a pandemic.
Meet the first winemaker in the world to sell his stock as NFTs
Barrels of Neldner Road single-vineyard wines are being offered as individual NFTs on OpenSea. Euronews spoke to trailblazer Dave Powell to find out why.
'Our family is whole again': Joy as missing girl, 4, found alive
Her disappearance both horrified and captivated Australia.
'Intentional deceit': French ambassador slams Canberra over AUKUS deal
France's ambassador blasted Australia for scrapping a submarine deal in favour of an AUKUS pact.
Australia's PM says he won't take 'sledging' from France on submarines
Australians reunite as border reopens after 20-month ban
Sydney’s international airport came alive with tears and laughter on Monday as Australia’s border opened for the first time in 20 months.
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Australia sets net-zero emissions target but won't give up coal
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Forget Tinder! This is how humpback whales find love
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International tourists won’t be returning to Australia until 2022
Australia’s prime minister said tourists won’t be welcomed back until next year, with skilled migrants and students set to be given higher priority for entry.
Australia to reopen to international travellers in November
Australia's travel ban could be ending very soon
There is light at the end of the tunnel for Australians who have been stuck abroad throughout the pandemic.
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Europe's week: AUKUS ruckus and EU-Poland troubles continue
Warsaw was involved in multiple disputes this week, as the list of differences between Poland and the EU grow.
5.9 earthquake causes some damage in Australia, no injuries
'Trust is missing': Submarine row could delay EU-Australia trade deal