India bowler Mohammed Siraj has given his first public account of the crowd abuse he suffered during the Australia Test series, saying it made him “mentally strong”.
The alleged ringleader of Asia’s biggest crime syndicate and one of the world’s most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands, with Australian authorities pushing for his extradition to face trial.
The alleged racist abuse of Indian players by fans at the third Test in Sydney is just the latest in a litany of similar incidents to mar sport in Australia, with authorities struggling to stamp out the problem.
Australia to provide around $85 m through the COVID-19 Development Response Plan.
Facebook and Google could be required to pay news outlets for their content in “world first” legislation set to be introduced to Australia’s parliament today.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is scheduled to release trade data for October, which may not show a free-fall drop yet as many have concerned amid cascading trade tensions with China.
Australian firefighters are struggling to control a massive bush fire that already destroyed 40 percent of the Unesco world heritage-listed Fraser Island before a heatwave hit yesterday.
Australia will likely require international arrivals to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or face a prolonged quarantine, as officials sketch out what “new normal” virus restrictions may look like.
Australia’s National Rugby League was in shock Tuesday at the sudden death of promising Manly Warringah Sea Eagles rookie Keith Titmuss at the age of just 20.
Australian Deputy Ambassador hands over 600 flood relief kits to disabled people.
Australia’s elite special forces “unlawfully killed” 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners, including summary executions as part of initiation rituals, according to evidence in a searing military inquiry now being referred to a special war crimes prosecutor.
Recognising that 2020 has been an unprecedented year of hardships, Australia has recommitted in a big way to support recovery, resilience and security for Cambodia and our other southeast Asian neighbours.
Australia announced the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate alleged war crimes by Australian special forces in Afghanistan on Thursday after media uncovered evidence of civilians and prisoners being killed.
As the decline in Australian exports to China continues, the growing tension in bilateral economic and trade ties may serve as a reminder for Australia about the urgency of reflecting on how to bring bilateral relations back on the right track.
Rugby Australia announced a broadcast rights deal with Nine Entertainment Monday that the financially stricken body said would “reboot the game at every level”.
Cambodia to benefit from Australia’s help to Asean countries with C-19 vaccines.
It is evident that Canberra’s important role in Cambodia remains vital and beyond a peace architecture.
The petition calls to “ensure a strong, diverse” media in Australia.
The foreign ministers of the US, Japan, India and Australia held a meeting in Tokyo on October 6. This reflects the continuity of Japan’s foreign policy.
Australia calls for China to clarify whether restrictions are placed on Australian coal.
Australia’s National Rugby League was rocked by twin scandals Saturday, with experienced centre Michael Jennings failing a drugs test and the son of legend Wendell Sailor charged with aggravated sexual assault.
Australia to launch the Domestic Capital Mobilisation for Infrastructure Investment.
Around $700,000 from Australia for drug quality laboratories of Cambodia and Laos.
The traditional owners of an ancient Aboriginal site in Australia blown up by Rio Tinto accused the mining giant of a “shocking act of corporate vandalism” in their first public comment on the incident.
Australian donates eWater Source in support of sustainable water management.
Australian Wendy Wu Tours captioned a picture of Angkor Wat as being in Vietnam.
State of South Australia has become Australia’s first state to ban single-use plastics.
This time last year, as Australia emerged from winter to spring, the first flames of the devastating season that has since become known as Black Summer, had already begun burning.
Here in Cambodia, the Ministry of Health, working with local and international partners, has been successful to date on preparing for, and responding to, COVID-19.
Embattled Chinese telco Huawei exited its main sponsorship deal with rugby league’s Canberra Raiders Monday, citing a “negative business environment” after Australia blocked the company from its 5G wireless networks.