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SYDNEY: Australians turned in 51,000 illegal firearms, ranging from 19th-century weapons to a rocket launcher, during a three-month amnesty that ended on Friday, and which prime minister Malcolm Turnbull said had helped avert Las Vegas-style mass shootings.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Senator Nick Xenophon, a key independent lawmaker, said on Friday he was resigning from national politics, potentially complicating Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's efforts to pass legislation.
ON a wet, midweek evening when most Australians are home cooking dinner, fewer than a third of the lights are on in the apartments in Melbourne’s Docklands. Most shops and restaurants are closed. The only people passing through seem to be on their way elsewhere.
MELAKA: It was a memorable National Day present for a young entrepreneur who emerged one of the top winners in the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards (APEA).
SYDNEY: The 11 countries committed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are considering amendments to the trade deal, three sources said on Tuesday, as officials meet in Sydney for talks to re-energize the stalled agreement.
SINGAPORE: Qantas Airways is set to formally announce plans to offer 20-hour non-stop flights from Sydney to London by 2022 if Airbus SE or Boeing Co can deliver aircraft that meet the distance, a source familiar with the matter said.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Monday he was confident his government's one-seat majority was safe, despite questions over his deputy's citizenship which could disqualify him from parliament.
MELBOURNE: At a secret location in Australia’s southeast, Peter Crock delicately tends to a two-month-old cannabis cutting.
Melbourne (AFP) - At a secret location in Australia's southeast, Peter Crook delicately tends to a two-month-old cannabis cutting.