Foreign Minister Marise Payne said Canberra would challenge 'malign actors who use technology to undermine freedom and democracy'
Company aims to advance oil and gas projects in Western Australia and Senegal, as well as step up efforts to start producing hydrogen in three sites in coming years
Airline says it is the first time ever it has sought to terminate an employment terms agreement, a rare and heated move in industrial relations in Australia
Gains were concentrated in the most populous states, New South Wales and Victoria, highlighting recovery from pandemic-related lockdowns.
Low infection rates have allowed BHP as well as rivals Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group to keep running mines at maximum output
Australia waives A$630 ($453) visa application fee for backpacker or student who arrives in Australia within the next 12 weeks
The EU executive said the scheme was deemed risky because all applicants are accepted and not sufficiently screened, despite some appearing in Interpol's security databases.
The coastal town of Onslow hit the blistering high on Thursday afternoon and such temperatures could become commonplace in Australia due to global warming
The move comes during a diplomatic spat between Serbia and Australia over the debate on whether to allow Novak Djokovic to enter the country because he has not been vaccinated against Covid-19
Crown received a fourth non-binding offer of A$13.10 a share, having dismissed Blackstone's previous bid of A$12.50 as not 'compelling'
Australian businesses are grappling with the growing toll of workers out sick or ordered to isolate for being close contacts