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  1. FILE PHOTO: Australian Prime Minister Morrison speaks during a joint press conference at Admiralty

    Polls close in tightly contested Australian by-election

    Polling closed on Saturday in an Australian by-election being seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Scott Morrison's handling of bushfires and ...
  2. A motorist waits in a car as he crosses into South Australia from Victoria during the coronavirus d

    Australia's Victoria reports 108 COVID-19 cases, biggest jump in more than three months

    Australia's second most-populous state, Victoria, reported its biggest jump in coronavirus cases since late March on Saturday, forcing it to ...
  3. A vandalised statue of King Leopold II of Belgium is removed, in the notorious monarch's home

    Australian mountains ditch King Leopold name

    An Australian mountain range named after Belgium's notorious King Leopold II was re-christened Friday, as officials moved to shed the connection ...
  4. Around 300,000 people in Melbourne are preparing to return to lockdown

    Australia new COVID-19 cases fall, but testing blitz runs into resistance

    Australia reported a drop in new coronavirus cases on Friday, with a surge in the second most populated state Victoria appearing to have eased, ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Australian Prime Minister Morrison speaks during a joint press conference at Admiralty

    Australian PM seeks voter redemption in by-election

    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Saturday vie to secure a 100-year first by winning a seat from the opposition at a by-election, a ...
  6. Australia's prime minister said the situation in Hong Kong was 'very concerning' and

    Australia considering 'safe haven' offer to Hong Kongers

    Australia is actively considering providing safe haven to Hong Kong residents in response to China's sweeping new security law, it said Thursday, ...
  7. Medical staff perform COVID-19 coronavirus tests on members of the public in Melbourne at the

    Australia to lock down 300,000 in Melbourne suburbs after COVID-19 spike

    Authorities will lock down around 300,000 people in suburbs north of Melbourne for a month from late on Wednesday to contain the risk of infection ...