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Watchdog says Australia lawmakers increasingly exploit race

Aug 6, 2018

Australia's racism watchdog says the country is experiencing a resurgence in lawmakers exploiting race to advance political agendas and listed ethnic Chinese and Sudanese among minorities who are suffering

FIBA bans players, coaches for basketball brawl in Manila

Jul 19, 2018

Basketball's governing body says 13 players and two coaches have been suspended and fined and sanctions have been imposed on the national federations of the Philippines and Australia after a brawl during an Asian qualifier for next year's World Cup

Australian prime minister calls on pope to fire archbishop

Jul 19, 2018

Australia's prime minister has called on Pope Francis to fire an Australian archbishop who is the most senior Roman Catholic cleric ever convicted for covering up child sexual abuse

Australia succeeds in stopping migrants but many in limbo

Jul 18, 2018

Australia drew a line in the sand on July 19, 2013, to stem a rising tide of asylum seekers brought by people smugglers on long and treacherous ocean voyages

Australian rangers trap big crocodile near tourist gorge

Jul 10, 2018

Wildlife rangers say they have trapped a 4.7-meter (15-foot) saltwater crocodile, the largest they have ever caught in the northern Australian Katherine River and in an upstream region popular with tourists that is thought relatively safe

Geoffrey Rush pulls out of Australian stage production

Jul 10, 2018

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has pulled out of Shakespeare stage production in Australia as he sues a Sydney newspaper for defamation

Fake gynecologist and sex offender sent to Australian prison

Jul 6, 2018

A fake gynecologist who never attended medical school but passed himself off as an infertility expert in Australia for a decade has been sentenced to 9 years and 6 months in prison

Basketball officials apologize for Philippines brawl

Jul 5, 2018

Basketball officials from Australia and the Philippines have issued a joint apology for the vicious brawl during a World Cup qualifier on Monday that resulted in the ejection of 13 players

Australia bishop appeals conviction for protecting pedophile

Jul 4, 2018

Australia's prime minister has called on an Australian archbishop to resign after becoming the most senior Roman Catholic cleric to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse

Nauru criticized for banning Australian state broadcaster

Jul 4, 2018

Nauru has been accused of restricting press freedom by banning an Australian state-owned broadcaster from attending an international forum that the tiny Pacific atoll-nation will host in September

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