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Australia Risks Become a ‘Lost Kingdom’ of the South Pacific: Tourism Sector

The tourism sector of Australia has decried the new Federal Budget for lacking a clear plan to open the international border, making it harder for the tourism and hospitality industries to survive. “It is vital for the Government to begin a staged opening as soon as possible, given the stimulus measures announced tonight,” John Hart, […]

Australia Changed Advice on Children and Cell Phone Radiation

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Beijing’s Mouthpiece Calls for Missile Strikes on Australia

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda mouthpiece The Global Times has called for Beijing to plan a missile strike targeting Australia if its military comes to the aid of Taiwan in an attack. The message—which appeared in an op-ed published by The Global Times’ vocal Chief Editor Hu Xijin—comes after the CCP “indefinitely suspended” high-level economic […]

Iranian Film Festival Australia unveils official lineup

Iranian Film Festival Australia unveils official lineup – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – Eleven films in various genres will be screened at the Iranian Film Festival Australia as the organizers of the 10th edition of the event have announced its official lineup. Ida Panahandeh’s latest drama “Titi” will open this year’s festival, which will take place from […]

Australia loves its Jews, but nearly one in five question their loyalty, new survey shows

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Employment in Australia Now Exceeds Pre-COVID Levels

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has forecasted that Australia will reach full employment in two years following better than expected unemployment figures and 12-year high levels of job ads. In today’s board meeting, the RBA upgraded its economic forecast while keeping the cash rate at near zero percent—which will remain at current levels until “2024 at […]

PM Plans $10 Billion Insurance Premium Subsidy for Northern Australia

People in northern Australia will soon have cheaper property insurance as the federal government announced a subsidy plan for the region from next year. A reinsurance pool backed by a $10 billion government guarantee will be in place from July 1, 2022, to relieve the high premium cost burden on homes and businesses due to frequent […]

Honor extended to Jonathan Pollard by Australia’s Orthodox Jewish community stirs controversy

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Australia’s Biggest Bank Hires Hundreds to Speed Up Home Loans

Australia’s biggest bank has hired hundreds of people to keep up with a deluge of home loan applications, as property industry veterans say bank pre-approval delays mean buyers are missing out. Commonwealth Bank has hired about 400 new staff and has told AAP its workers are doing thousands of hours of overtime to keep up […]

Australia and New Zealand mark Anzac Day with return of public ceremony

Thousands of people gathered across New Zealand and Australia on Sunday to honor military personnel on Anzac Day, a year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced people to commemorate privately in driveways and on balconies. Anzac Day originally commemorated a bloody battle on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey during World War One. On April 25, 1915, […]

Ending China’s Port Lease in Northern Australia Possible: Defence Minister

The Port of Darwin lease is one of many deals that have been sewn up with China and one Foreign Minister Marise Payne could consider ending after she tore up Victoria’s the Belt and Road initiative with the Asian giant last week. The Northern Territory government signed a 99-year lease for the Port of Darwin […]

Western Australia puts Perth and Peel into 3-day lockdown after 1st local Covid-19 transmissions in 12 months

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan said the region is facing an “emerging and serious issue” as it experiences its first community transmission in 12 months. Perth and Peel will enter a three-day lockdown Friday at midnight. Speaking to the media on Friday, McGowan said the new measures would be implemented for the next three days. […]

Australia man contracts COVID-19 after finishing two-week quarantine

A man in Australia tested positive for COVID-19 after finishing his hotel quarantine, authorities said on Friday, raising concerns about community transmission as more virulent virus strains emerge. The person is likely to have contracted the virus during his two-week quarantine in a Perth hotel, health officials said, adding genomic sequencing was underway to trace […]

Australia: Minister Refuses to Rule Out Electronic Ankle Bracelets to Enforce Home Quarantine

A senior government minister refused to rule out Australians being forced to wear electronic ankle bracelets, even if they are fully vaccinated, to make sure they are complying with home quarantine orders. The astounding suggestion was made by journalist David Speers during an interview with Employment Minister Stuart Robert about how authorities would ensure returning […]

From Australia’s Jewish Past: Fearless nurse, Jewish adventuress – Rose Shappere in the Boer War

Browse > Home / Featured Articles / From Australia’s Jewish Past: Fearless nurse, Jewish adventuress – Rose Shappere in the Boer War April 19, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article With the approach of ANZAC Day, it is an opportune time to take a step back to 1899 which was the start of […]

Arnold Zable receives the 2021 Australia Council Award

Browse > Home / News / Arnold Zable receives the 2021 Australia Council Award April 19, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for article Melbourne-based author Arnold Zable is one of the eight recipients of the 2021 Australia Council Awards. Arnold Zable The peer-nominated awards recognise outstanding and sustained contributions in music, literature, community arts […]

“Aboriginal” jew Caught Smuggling Diseased Leaves Into Australia – Bio Terrorism?

The amount of entitlement this jew displays is very common amongst “the chosen ones” when they are confronted with brazenly flouting the laws of the land. WorldTruth link Share now! Source 00 Hits: 1

Three lone soldiers home in Australia

April 16, 2021 by Elana Bowman Read on for article Three Australians who served in the IDF and stayed in HaBayit shel Benji, a home for lone soldiers, which runs 24/7 all year round. The soldiers are back in Australia after completing their service. Lone soldiers do not have direct family in Israel. Located in […]

Financial Scandal Envelops Greek Orthodox Church in Australia

Archbishop Makarios was accused of leading a life of luxury in the ABC report. Credit: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese The Greek Orthodox Church in Australia was accused of taking millions of dollars from taxpayer-funded aged care homes in a shocking report aired by the Australian Broadcast Corporation on Thursday. The scathing report, which also targets Archbishop Makarios […]

Elon Musk’s Starlink To Offer Alternative High Speed Internet to Rural Australia

Rural and regional Australia may soon have high-speed internet after Elon Musk’s newest venture, Starlink Beta—the early stages of SpaceX’s satellite broadband program—came online in Australia, providing select remote and regional parts of the country with access to its high-speed satellite internet. The service, currently in beta testing mode, is only available in rural areas of […]

Australia PM Cautions Against ‘Making Conclusions’ After Woman Dies Following COVID-19 Vaccination

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Premier Gladys Berejiklian have urged the public not to jump to any conclusions after a woman died after developing blood clots following her COVID-19 jab. The 48-year-old woman from New South Wales (NSW) received her AstraZeneca vaccine last Friday and developed blood clots soon after. Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and […]

Australia’s Self-Inflicted Economic Woes Continue

Australia had until recently been enjoying economic growth alongside the rise of China. This all changed when Canberra began following Washington’s lead, antagonising China, and in what would snowball into a costly, self-inflicted economic crisis. Today, Australia not only faces mounting barriers to trade erected by China in response to Australia’s systematic antagonism, but now […]

Australia Rules Out Buying Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

The federal government has decided against buying the one-dose Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine to boost the nation’s immunisation stocks. The government was in talks with the pharmaceutical giant, which had asked for initial approval for its vaccine from Australia’s medicine regulator. But Health Minister Greg Hunt has ruled out proceeding with the purchase at […]

Australia Eyes Second WTO Action Against China, This Time for Wine

Australia’s trade minister is considering whether to launch a second action against China at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), this time to fight tariffs imposed on wine exports. It follows an ongoing WTO action over barley tariffs that was launched late last year by Australia. “One of the things we are very keen to do […]

Australia’s PM Honors 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Crete in Greece

Greek-Australians parading. Credit: Chris Phutully/ CC BY 2.0 Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison issued a statement recently to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Crete in Greece during World War II. The Australian PM addressed his message to the Cretan Association of Sydney and New South Wales, a very active organization of Greek […]

Western Australia Evacuations Ordered as Cyclones Loom

Strong to gale force winds are expected in parts of Western Australia, as two tropical cyclones hover near the state’s coast. People on islands or at sea off parts of Western Australia’s northwest coast have been ordered to evacuate. Emergency services late on Friday told residents in the Exmouth Gulf Coast and parts of the […]

Chinese Embassy Hosts Two-Hour Press Conference in Australia to Downplay Uyghur Abuses

The Chinese Embassy has hosted a two-hour press conference in Canberra on Wednesday to paint a rosy picture of the situation in Xinjiang while issuing a warning against Australia joining the EU, UK, and the U.S. in sanctioning Chinese officials. The press event comes after intense global scrutiny over the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) systemic […]

“Accidental” Destruction of Aboriginal Stone Arrangement in Australia

A private landowner has damaged a 1,500-year-old stone eel arrangement near Lake Bolac, Australia. The Kuyang stone monument was shaped into an eel and created before the Europeans arrived in Australia. Kuyang means eel in South West Aboriginal language. The eel stone arrangement has been on private land and owned by one family for 150 […]

From Australia’s Jewish Past: Jewish divorce and its problems in Australia’s early Jewish history

Browse > Home / Featured Articles / From Australia’s Jewish Past: Jewish divorce and its problems in Australia’s early Jewish history April 7, 2021 by   Read on for article It is well-known that a number of first convicts transported to Australia were Jewish. What is less known is the problems that this created for […]

Jews In Australia ‘Outraged’ By ‘Venomous’ School Textbook That Affirms They Are ‘Christ Killers’

Jewish supremacists in Australia have denounced a textbook used in Victoria schools which blames the Jews for the murder of Jesus Christ — as described in the New Testament — decrying this charge of deicide as “the mother of all anti-Semitic blood libels”: The Victoria Department of Education and Training (DET) textbook, which is on […]

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