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‘SBI No $1B Adani loan’ — Screams At India vs Australia Cricket In Sydney

SYDNEY - Two protestors barged into the ground holding ‘NO $1B ADANI LOAN’ signs right after the sixth over of the match.The protestors were calling out the Indian bank – State Bank of India for its reported loan of ₹5,000 crore to the Adani Enterprises Ltd's Australian mining company.

Melbourne opens up dining, shopping as four month virus lockdown lifted

Melbourne’s shops, restaurants and hotels opened for business on Wednesday after a four month coronavirus lockdown, with happy customers enjoying alfresco eating in the spring sunshine and shopkeepers hoping for big sales to make up for lost revenue.

Australia to shift its naval presence from Middle East to Asia-Pacific, China

Amid growing Chinese aggression in the Indo-Pacific region, Australia has now announced its decision to shift its naval presence in the Middle East to Asia-Pacific and China.

Australia should embrace closer defence ties with India: Report

The deterioration in both India and Australia's relations with China has inevitably brought the two countries together and as Beijing has threatened to dial back its economic engagement, Canberra have looked to New Delhi as an attractive alternative, said Australia-based professor Salvatore Babones.

Sydney Airport boss says Australians could travel internationally sooner than expected

The boss of Sydney Airport reckons we could be travelling quarantine free to and from Asia earlier than expected – but with a catch.

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern poised for big win in election, poll says

The Labour party, which is campaigning on its record of bringing the coronavirus pandemic under control within New Zealand's borders, would have 60 seats in parliament, one short of the 61 seats needed to form a government.

Adani Group signs royalties agreement with Queensland government on Carmichael mine

The Adani Group on Thursday said that it has signed that a royalties agreement with the Queensland government concerning the Carmichael mine project.

Coronavirus Australia: When will you be able to travel overseas again?

If you’ve been hoping for an overseas jaunt for Christmas you may want to think again – unless you’re thinking of this island escape.

Australia to receive first batch of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021 - PM to say

Australia will receive the first doses of an AstraZeneca and Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021 if trials prove successful, after Canberra agreed a deal to purchase a second potential vaccine, Prime Minister Scott Morrison will say on Monday.

Australia enters deal with AstraZenec for COVID-19 vaccine

Australia has announced a deal to manufacture a potential coronavirus vaccine being developed by British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZenec.

Australia to hold BBL in middle of India Test series

The 10th season of the Big Bash League (BBL) will coincide with the much-anticipated India's tour of Australia, the host board announced on Wednesday unveiling a 61-match schedule for the country's premier T20 tournament.

Australia says borders likely to stay closed until 2021

Australia has been largely successful in containing the spread of the novel coronavirus, which it attributes to curbs on international travel and tough social-distancing rules.

Indo-Pacific Charter gains support in India, US, Australia and Japan

The four countries that form the Quadrilateral Alliance would be the ideal initiators of such a move, just as the UK and the US were in the case of the Atlantic Charter.

New Zealand Clears Its Last Coronavirus Case, To Continue Vigil

The milestone was "really good news" and an achievement the whole of New Zealand could take heart from, health department director-general Ashley Bloomfield said.