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Australia: Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten on country’s first-ever online election debate

The debate to be streamed in real time via Facebook Live on News Corp’s Australian website and Facebook on June 17.

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Australia town flooded with large bats, but getting rid of them is no mean task

While thousands of bats have already migrated north, Mayor Brown wants the remainder “nudged” out of town in hopes they won’t return to Batemans Bay next year

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New debris images of missing Malaysia Airlines examined by MH370 search team

So far eight pieces of debris, excluding the most recent finds, have been discovered thousands of kilometres (miles) from the current search zone far off the west Australian coast.

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When my mother left us, we had nowhere to live: Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull

During Australia’s election campaign, Malcolm Turnbull talked about how his father raised him after his mother walked out on their marriage.

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Australia: Banking to Internet — normal life disrupted after weekend of wild weather

Everything from Internet to shipping was disrupted by the stormy weather in Australia.

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Adani may withdraw Australian coal mine project due to delays: Reports

Australia’s Queensland state government in April gave Adani permission to mine coal reserves estimated at 11 billion tonnes and to build roads, workshops, power lines and pipelines associated with the mine.

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Australia beat India 2-1 in close encounter

Grace Stewart and Emily Smith scored for Australia against India to give them a victory in their final game in the four nations tournament.

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Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull asserts there is no public funding for Adani’s coal mining project

Turnbull said that he takes climate change “as seriously as you” as the protestor dressed as the clown fish from animated movie ‘Finding Nemo’.

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Sydney to trial ground-level traffic lights for smartphone users

The New South Wales government(NSW) is shelling out USD 181,000 to test “in-ground traffic-light technology” at key crossings in Sydney’s central business district.

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Australia: Bitcoins confiscated from online drug sales to be auctioned

Ernst & Young was running the process, which is only the second such bitcoin auction in the world after the US.

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Justin Langer in no rush to be full-time Australia coach

While Darren Lehmann has no plans to step away as Australia’s coach, he has already anointed Justin Langer as his potential replacement.

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Australian immigration minister warns against ‘illiterate, innumerate’ refugees

The number of refugees attempting to reach Australia pales in comparison to those flooding into Europe from the Middle East and the United Nations has criticised its detention camps.

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Over 1900 kangroos to be culled in Australia

The announcement was made on its annual measure to control the kangaroo population. The culling of kangaroos will be done across Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

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Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull expected to announce July 2 election

Turnbull replaced his unpopular predecessor, Tony Abbott, in a leadership ballot of lawmakers in the Liberal Party in September, only two years after the coalition government was elected.

RBA says an appreciating exchange rate could complicate economic adjustments

Australia central bank cuts rates to record low 1.75%: Everything you need to know

Speculation of a possible rate cut flared last week when data showed inflation slowed far more than expected in the first quarter of the year.

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