Australia’s population hit 25 million decades ahead of time

Australia’s population to hit 25 million – a decade earlier than forecast Australia’s population has officially hit the 25 million mark, almost a decade earlier than projected, according to projections from the Australian... Read more »
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Australia to introduce new visa to attract entrepreneurs, boost economy

The proposed visa would facilitate foreign entrepreneurs and investors The Australian Government is set to introduce a new visa for people willing to establish businesses in the country. The visa will not require... Read more »

On Australia Day we should listen to Indigenous Australians

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Today, I received ‘Senior Citizen of the Year Award’ from the Parramatta City Council – thanks to Parramatta City Council as this has been an honour... Read more »

Indonesia’s businesses effective role in Halal Expo Australia

Sydney (Media Release, HEA 2018 by Sarwat Hassan); Indonesia is the closest Australian neighbour that has the largest Muslim population in the world. Indonesia and Australia have the best opportunities to develop... Read more »
Some of 43 snake eggs removed by wildlife rescue group Fawna from a school sandpit in Laurieton, New South Wales. Photograph: Fawna

Mysterious ‘snake eggs’ found in Australian school leave experts baffled

A child digging through a sandpit in Australia uncovered 7 deadly snake nests Alarm bells went off when a child discovered nests of eggs in a New South Wales school sandpit —... Read more »
The storm ripped roofs off a number of buildings in Maclean, including the Clarence Hotel. Photo: James Ryan

Wild weather hits NSW north coast with more storms forecast

Wild weather causes extensive damage to northern NSW, flooding in Queensland The roof of a small town pub has been ripped off by severe winds in NSW while motorists have been stranded... Read more »
New Year's fireworks are seen above the Opera House and Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. Over a million people gathered around the harbor to watch the 12-minute celebration for the start of 2018.

Australia welcomes 2018 in style with spectacular fireworks display

Australia rang in the New Year Sunday with a spectacular display of fireworks cascading from Sydney Harbor Bridge, as people partied amid tight security. About 1.5 million people packed the city’s foreshore... Read more »
Australian police stand near a crashed vehicle after they arrested the driver of a vehicle that had ploughed into pedestrians at a crowded intersection near the Flinders Street train station in central Melbourne, Australia, December 21st, 2017. Photo: REUTERS/Luis Ascui

Melbourne car attack man charged with 18 counts of attempted murder

Melbourne car attack suspect charged with attempted murder The driver accused of ploughing his car into pedestrians in Melbourne was charged with 18 counts of attempted murder Saturday. Afghan refugee Saeed Noori,... Read more »
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Air China introduces Brisbane to Beijing direct flights

Brisbane Airport welcomes new direct Air China flights to/from Beijing The first Air China flight from Beijing to Brisbane has landed safely at Brisbane Airport on December 11, setting new heights of... Read more »
NSW is the most popular Australian tourist destination

NSW is the most popular Australian tourist destination

NSW is the most popular Australian state for international visitors with 4.1 million arriving from overseas in the past year. NSW continues to lead Australia in attracting overseas visitors and the tourist... Read more »
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Adelaide coffee named best in Australia

Patio Coffee Roasters in Glandore have won the milk coffee gold medal at Australia’s Golden Bean Awards. Patio Coffee Roasters in Glandore, a suburb of Adelaide,  just won the gold medal for milk coffee... Read more »
Tesla to install world's largest lithium ion battery in Australia

Tesla switches on world’s largest battery in South Australia

Tesla beats deadline, switches on gigantic Australian battery array Tesla switched on the world’s biggest lithium ion battery to feed Australia’s shaky power grid, meeting a promise by Elon Musk to build... Read more »
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ANIC to look after the Halal Certification affairs of Halal Expo Australia 2018

The Halal Certification Authority unit of the Australian National Imam Council (ANIC) is going to be an official partner of Halal Expo Australia 2018; it will look after the affairs of Halal Certification... Read more »

Same-Sex Marriage: Was it the issue for all Australians?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan The believers and the non-believers commonly agree on one thing that ever since the creation of mankind on this planet, men and women have been living in... Read more »

Australia and Japan collaborate to unveil the secrets of hidden ‘continent’ of Zealandia

Scientists from Australia and Japan are attempting to unlock the secrets of the “lost continent” of Zealandia by investigating the huge underwater landmass east of Australia that has never been properly studied.... Read more »

Halal Expo Australia holds a forum with Bangladeshi Business leaders

Sydney (Tribune International Report, Nov 12, 2017): A team of Halal Expo Australia, and Suprovat Sydney (leading Bangladeshi Newspaper) held a forum on Halal Expo Australia (HEA) 2018. Prominent business leaders from... Read more »

TV ARCANA joins nationally esteemed Halal Expo Australia 2018 as a Media Partner

Sydney (Tribune International Report, 10th Nov 2017): The rising Australian TV media TV ARCANA has signed an MoU with the Halal Expo Australia 2018 to join as a media partner. TV ARCANA... Read more »

Koala found dead and mutilated in ‘disgusting’ incident in Warrnambool

Disgusting and disturbing: Koala found dead and mutilated in Warrnambool, Victoria’s south-west A koala has been found dead and mutilated in Australia in the latest spate of animal mutilations that police on... Read more »
Malcolm Turnbull, bottom right, makes an address at Parliament after he was sworn in as prime minister in Canberra, Australia, Sept. 15, 2015.

Australia proposes lawmakers prove they’re not dual citizens

Australia goes tough on dual citizenship, forces lawmakers to declare statuses Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull proposed on Monday that all lawmakers prove they are not dual citizens in a move that... Read more »

Australia and Sri Lanka sign new agreement to boost trade ties

Australia and Sri Lanka sign new agreement aimed at boosting economic ties between the two countries. Australia and Sri Lanka has signed a framework agreement to boost international trade and investment during... Read more »

New political video ‘Mates in the House’ launches

Sydney (Tribune International Report, 1st November 2017); The ANEM group launched the first season ‘Mates in the House’ at the prestigious occasion of a dinner with NSW parliamentarians, ethnic media groups, prominent... Read more »

Refugees refuse to leave Manus Island amid security fears

Hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers refuse to leave the camp as food, water and power are cut Hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers inside the Manus Island detention centre are refusing... Read more »
Ofo, which operates 10 million bikes in 180 cities worldwide, is launching in Sydney on Wednesday. Photograph: Ofo

China’s bike-sharing company Ofo launches in Sydney

China’s bike-share company Ofo has entered Australian market with 200 bikes deployed in Sydney China’s bike-sharing company ofo has launched its dockless bike system in Sydney, Australia on Thursday. Chinese company Ofo,... Read more »
Australia's deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce

Australia’s deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce disqualified from Parliament

Australia’s deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce is disqualified from Parliament because he’s a Kiwi Australia’s High Court on Friday has ruled the deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce ruled ineligible to sit in... Read more »