Australia divided as national day approaches with Indigenous groups demanding controversial date be changed.
Australia demands they take it within 72 hours of departure.
COVID-19 vaccines unlikely to prompt Australia to reopen international borders in 2021, dashing travel hopes for millions.
Authorities made their 38th arrest of a pro-democracy activist in recent weeks under tough lèse majesté law as authorities crack down on unprecedented protest movement.
Critics blast the one-word change as an empty gesture.
Australians urged to respect tighter New Year’s Eve COVID-19 restrictions as infections increase.
Relief as COVID-19 restrictions eased slightly for Christmas in Sydney as infections increase.
Sydney fears Christmas will be cancelled as COVID-19 cluster grows and travel restrictions imposed by other Australian states and territories.
Australian-made coronavirus self-test kit should ease the burden on laboratories.
More economic pain expected as diplomatic tensions with China escalate with coal exports reported banned.
Outrage after video shows Aboriginal boys being mistreated and threatened in custody in Australia, but authorities can't say if police officers were disciplined.
Government urges public to have confidence in other treatments under development.
Mining giant destroyed 46,000-year-old Aboriginal rock shelters in Western Australia.
New Australian telescope maps southern sky in record time and charts 3 million galaxies, potentially unlocking secrets of the universe.
The pact allows Japanese and Australian personnel to visit each other’s countries to carry out training and joint operations.
The university survey has also shown that Asian Australians were more likely to have jobs and careers adversely affected by coronavirus lockdowns.
Victoria state has been at the center of Australia’s COVID-19 crisis, It has had the majority of infections and almost 90 percent of the nation’s virus fatalities.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, indigenous children as young as four were forcibly taken from their families to work in mines, on farms and as domestic servants.
To add to the frustration, cotton producers are beginning to plant for what is forecast to be a large crop after a long drought in Australia.