Prime Minister Scott Morrison says new resettlement plans are being drafted.
Parts of Australia's second biggest city, Melbourne, are to go back into COVID-19 lockdown Wednesday following a surge in cases.
Victoria recorded 33 new coronavirus infections Thursday.
Most of Victoria’s new coronavirus cases are linked to clusters, often within extended families; other larger groups of infections have been detected at two hotels in the city of Melbourne.
It won't say what nation is behind them.
From Wednesday, travellers from Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Tasmania are allowed to enter South Australia without going into quarantine.
Karm Gilespie has been detained in China since 2013, when he was allegedly found, in the city of Guangzhou, with several kilograms of methamphetamine, a synthetic drug.
Officials urged people not to go, warning of coronavirus risk.
China tells its students that Australia isn’t safe for them.
Australian Security Intelligence Organization chief says there is a need for balance between privacy and security to be reappraised in favor of law enforcement and national security.
China has warned its citizens not to travel to Australia.
For almost eight weeks the huge Green Valley fire raged near the border of New South Wales and Victoria. It was ignited by lightning in December.
Year-end target for potential vaccine as Australia begins first southern hemisphere’s first COVID-19 drug trial.
More than one million students are back in class Monday, as state and private schools in New South Wales resume full-time learning after two months of lockdown.
Restaurants, bars will be able to serve up to 50 people at a time starting June 1.
Research has found that a fifth of Australians have bought more alcohol than usual during lockdowns.
Australia urged to reunited migrant families separated by COVID-19 border closures.
Some claimed connection between new coronavirus and rollout of the mobile communications standard.
Beijing's sudden decision to ban Australian meat from four major suppliers is being seen as retaliation for Canberra’s push for a global investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic.