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Australia on Friday shrugged off Chinese anger over its decision to acquire US nuclear-powered submarines and vowed to defend the

Canberra asked the World Trade Organisation to rule against China's imposition of crippling tariffs on Australian wine exports on Thursday,

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed Thursday the country has scrapped a Aus$90 billion (US$66 billion) submarine deal with France,

Australians squirmed Thursday as US President Joe Biden thanked their prime minister for joining a major new defence alliance --

Australia's competition regulator on Monday definitively blocked a pricing, code-sharing and scheduling deal between Qantas and Japan Airlines, saying the

Greenpeace has accused the British government of lying to the public after leaked emails seen by the environmental group appeared

Australia vowed Thursday to keep mining coal for export and said global demand was rising, rejecting a study that warned

Australia's economy expanded more than expected in the second quarter, data showed Wednesday, easing concerns that the country could suffer

The slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines will cost the global economy $2.3 trillion in lost output, a report released Wednesday