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The country has restricted the use of AstraZeneca vaccine following reports of rare blood clots being linked to it.
China is defending its decision to issue a travel warning against Australia for what it says is an increase in racial abuse among Asians.
An American backpacker has revealed the things he “hates” about Australia, including slow wi-fi and “aggressive” flies.
Australia has imposed new restrictions to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. The country is banning any public gatherings of more than two people.
The restrictions will last for the next two weeks.
Last week, President Tommy Remengesau Jr signed the legislation to ban “reef-toxic” sunscreen from 2020.
Rubella has been eliminated in Australia, the World Health Organisation confirmed on Wednesday.
Pieces of metal were found inside the My Little Pony and the Avengers Giant Pops variety of Park Avenue.
According to ACCC’s Scamwatch, the losses reported has been increasing steadily over the past four years.
Prince Charles is going to become a magazine editor again.
On Wednesday, MPs shed tears while debating laws to decriminalise abortion in the state, but eventually passing the bill 50 to 41 votes.
The Australian edition of Cosmopolitan will be closing after 45 years of publishing in the country.
The buyer of the shredded Banksy artwork has proceeded with the sale.
A Banksy painting has self-destructed after fetching £1.04 million (AU$1.93 million) at auction.
Prince Harry isn’t a fan of Fortnite and thinks children shouldn’t be playing it.
Amyl nitrite, more commonly known as poppers, could be classified as an illegal drug soon.
An English cancer patient has won a six-figure payout after a botched operation left him with flesh-eating bug that destroyed most of his penis.
Dieticians have advised people to have diverse foods as a way of healthy living.
A Buddhist priest has apologised after his tirades against whining tourists went viral.
The Japanese city of Iga is not hiring wannabe ninjas.
The mothers in the Dutch experiment were also taking Sildenafil, a drug sold as Viagra.
“The Walking Dead: Our World” is topping the charts in downloads in the first week of the game’s release.
Princess Charlotte, the only daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is worth more than her brothers.
Brandon Maxwell said its colour wasn’t supposed to be what it was.
The United States had threatened Ecuador over breastfeeding resolution until Russia supported it, according to a report.
Jang Yeo Im said the sum was too high for an uneventful hospital visit.
Rangers discovered the remains of two to three persons in a lion enclosure at the wildlife preserve earlier this week.
The plan, according to British Prime Minister Theresa May, includes more than 75 commitments that aim to deliver lasting changes.
KFC Australia is giving a year’s supply of free chicken to mark National Fried Chicken Day.
There is just one person from the “firm” who paid for the former American actress’ elegant dress and who keep on paying for her subsequent wardrobes.