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Tag Archives: Australian
  • Australian Researchers Use Silkworms To Repair Damaged Eardrums
    Australian Researchers Use Silkworms To Repair Damaged Eardrums

    Melbourne: Silkworms could have the potential to repair damaged eardrums, a team of Australian researchers has found. The team of researchers, based in Melbourne and Perth, have developed a device that incorporated silk into the "ClearDrum" ear implant, a device similar in appearance to a contact..

  • Australian ‘Marijuana Queen’ Returns From Bali After 13 Years
    Australian 'Marijuana Queen' Returns From Bali After 13 Years

    Canberra: A former Australian beautician arrived in Brisbane on Sunday after being released from jail in Bali, Indonesia, following a drug-trafficking conviction that earned her the title of "marijuana queen". Schapelle Corby was arrested in 2004 at the Bali airport for possessing 4.2 kg of canna..

  • Peter Andre Won’t Go Topless Anymore
    Peter Andre Won't Go Topless Anymore

    London: Singer Peter Andre, who became famous in the nineties as the pop star who often went shirtless in his music videos, says he wont go topless anymore on screen. Andre, who is preparing for his first Australian tour in November, says his famous six-pack won't make a return, reports dailymail..

  • Australian Researchers Develop Diabetes Drug To Replace Insulin Injections
    Australian Researchers Develop Diabetes Drug To Replace Insulin Injections

    Canberra: Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject themselves with insulin, a research by Australian scientists said on Friday. Research led by the University of Adelaide is testing safer and more effective drugs to treat type-2 diabetes whi..

  • Australia Open To Sending More Troops To Afghanistan
    Australia Open To Sending More Troops To Afghanistan

    Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday said the country is open to sending more troops to Afghanistan in response to a request by the NATO. "We have been asked to consider sending additional resources, and we are actively considering that. We're open to that," Turnbull tol..

  • Australian Senator Breastfeeds In Parliament
    Australian Senator Breastfeeds In Parliament

    Sydney: Australian Senator Larissa Waters has become the first politician to breastfeed in the nation's Parliament. Waters, from the left-wing Greens party, fed her two-month-old daughter Alia Joy during a vote in the federal Senate chamber on Tuesday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. The ..

  • Trump In New York To Meet Turnbull
    Trump In New York To Meet Turnbull

    New York: Amid protests, US President Donald Trump returned to New York for the first time since taking office, a media report said. Trump will be meeting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull here. The presidential plane with Trump on board landed at the JFK airport on Thursday. He was sche..

  • Sydney Set To Have Second Airport: Government
    Sydney Set To Have Second Airport: Government

    Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull confirmed on Tuesday the construction of Sydney's second airport, which is scheduled to be operational by 2026, a statement said. The construction of the new airport in the western suburb of Badgerys Creek would be included in the next national..

  • Australia Interested In Hosting 2022 CWG Stripped From S. Africa
    Australia Interested In Hosting 2022 CWG Stripped From S. Africa

    Canberra: Australia is one of four nations which is interested in taking over the responsibility to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, after the South African city of Durban was stripped of the event. Speaking to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) on Saturday, CEO of the Commonwealth Ga..

  • Australian Market Tumbles Over Korean Peninsula Tension

    The Australian share market tumbled on Tuesday, as investors grew increasingly concerned about geopolitical events on the Korean Peninsula, a media report said. At 11.40 a.m., the S&P/ASX200 index lost 55.6 points, or 0.94 per cent, to 5,834.3 points, while the broader All Ordinaries index was al..