2019: Australia

  1. Opal Tower: new cracks found on lower level of Sydney Olympic Park building (The Guardian)2019-01-01
  2. Fireworks blast in 2019 worldwide after turbulent year (Daily Nation)2019-01-01
  3. Man drowns at Clovelly beach in Sydney, eighth water death in a week (The Guardian)2019-01-01
  4. How a flawed freedom-of-information regime keeps Australians in the dark (The Guardian)2019-01-01
  5. Drownings in Australia up 51% on last summer after five men die on New Year's Day (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  6. Government shuts Maribyrnong immigration detention centre, citing fall in numbers (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  7. Australian house prices falling at fastest rate in a decade, data shows (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  8. Australia insists alleged militant not left stateless (Washington Post)2019-01-02
  9. Australia insists alleged militant not left stateless (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-02
  10. Australian man screaming at spider 'why don't you die?' triggers full police response (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  11. Warning for extreme heatwave for southern Australia after new year reprieve (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  12. Australia tried its own government shutdown in 1975. The queen was not amused and it never happened again. (Washington Post)2019-01-02
  13. Australia closes controversial detention centre (Daily Nation)2019-01-02
  14. Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race review (CNN)2019-01-02
  15. Bitten by a great white shark: survivors on their near-death experience (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  16. 'Why don't you die?' screams spark police response - but it wasn't what it seemed (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-03
  17. Scientology centre stabbing: two men injured in attack at Sydney headquarters (The Guardian)2019-01-03
  18. Teen held after fatal stabbing at Scientology centre in Sydney (The Star)2019-01-03
  19. Californian sailor welcomes discovery of yacht in Australia (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  20. Traffic police said a Buddhist monk’s robes were a driving hazard. These priests are out to prove them wrong. (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  21. Former head of failed Air Australia was involved with Bestjet before collapse (The Guardian)2019-01-03
  22. Teen arrested after two men allegedly stabbed at Church of Scientology headquarters (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-03
  23. Letter 88: Reportage That Rises Into Art (New York Times)2019-01-03
  24. Traffic police said a Buddhist monk’s robes were a driving hazard. These priests are out to prove them wrong. (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  25. 'Influential' Australia should join the G7, says London think tank (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-04
  26. The mystery of a man found dead with only a travel card (BBC)2019-01-04
  27. Gasoline tanker fire closes Australian highway (Washington Post)2019-01-04
  28. Gasoline tanker fire closes Australian highway (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-04
  29. Major police operation under way in Sydney after man stabbed following car crash (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  30. Temperatures soar as heatwave sweeps into Australia's southeast (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-04
  31. Neil Prakash case raises 'serious questions' about laws stripping citizenship (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  32. India on course for historic series win over Australia (BBC)2019-01-04
  33. Music festivals are offering to test the safety of people’s drugs and police are increasingly okay with that (Washington Post)2019-01-04
  34. Music festivals are offering to test the safety of people’s drugs, and police increasingly like the idea (Washington Post)2019-01-04
  35. Residents of Opal Tower must spend another week away from their homes (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  36. Church of Scientology stabbing: teenage boy charged with murder (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  37. Australia v India: SCG fourth Test, day three - live! (The Guardian)2019-01-05
  38. Extreme right-wing 'patriot' rally in Melbourne: Hundreds of police on high alert (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-05
  39. Australia batsmen struggle against India again (BBC)2019-01-05
  40. Sydney International: Johanna Konta wins opening qualifying match (BBC)2019-01-05
  41. Australia: Protests for and against immigrants (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-05
  42. Opal unit owners furious over claims apartments torn apart and locks changed (The Guardian)2019-01-05
  43. Labor to introduce minimum Atars for teaching degrees if unis don't lift standards (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  44. Scott Morrison criticises 'ugly racial protests' but fails to condemn Fraser Anning (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  45. Australia v India: fourth Test, day four – live! (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  46. Aussies face battle to save final Test against India (BBC)2019-01-06
  47. India force follow on as Australia pick up more unwanted records (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  48. Sydney man dies after stepping on fallen power line in driveway (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  49. Johanna Konta retires from Sydney International as Heather Watson wins in Hobart (BBC)2019-01-06
  50. Australian model Annalise Braakensiek found dead in Sydney unit (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  51. Saudi Woman Who Tried to Flee Family Says, ‘They Will Kill Me’ (New York Times)2019-01-06
  52. Saudi runaway headed to Australia held in Thailand while fleeing family (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-06
  53. Kiwi criminals in Australia facing deportation after losing visas (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  54. WA urged to repeal jail-for-fines law amid push to free Aboriginal women (The Guardian)2019-01-07
  55. Mungau Dain, Tanna star and 'Vanuatu’s Brad Pitt', dies after untreated leg infection (The Guardian)2019-01-07
  56. Australia urged to help Saudi teenager barricaded inside Thai hotel room (The Guardian)2019-01-07
  57. A jellyfish ‘epidemic’ has Australian scientists wondering if climate change is to be blamed (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  58. Water activist drops bid to finish 100 marathons in 100 days (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  59. A jellyfish ‘epidemic’ has Australian scientists wondering if climate change is to be blamed (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  60. Cricket: India secure landmark Test series win in Australia (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  61. Rahaf Alqunun: Thailand admits Saudi woman seeking asylum (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  62. Criticism after claims ancient Hindus invented stem cell research (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  63. Murray set for Australian Open but will Konta & Edmund shake off setbacks? (BBC)2019-01-07
  64. A jellyfish 'epidemic' has Australian scientists wondering if climate change is to blame (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  65. Thousands stung by bluebottle jellyfish on Queensland beaches (CNN)2019-01-07
  66. Australian Jellyfish Swarm Stings Thousands, Forcing Beach Closings (New York Times)2019-01-08
  67. WA Indigenous communities reeling after suicides of two girls within a day (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  68. NT used freedom-of-information laws to suppress Don Dale CCTV footage (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  69. Up to 30 jailed Indigenous women expected to be freed after crowdfunding campaign (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  70. Harten named in 12-strong England squad to face Australia, NZ and South Africa (BBC)2019-01-08
  71. Margot Robbie to play Barbie in live-action film (BBC)2019-01-08
  72. Peter Dutton calls for national child-sex offender register (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  73. Scott Morrison's shoe photoshop fail gives PM two left feet (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  74. Suspicious items found at consulates in Melbourne - reports (BBC)2019-01-09
  75. Foreign consulates evacuated in Melbourne as Australian officials note multiple ‘hazardous material’ events in city (Washington Post)2019-01-09
  76. Australia police examining suspicious packages at consulates (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-09
  77. Foreign consulates evacuated in Melbourne as Australian officials note multiple 'hazardous material' events in city (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-09
  78. Australia police examining suspicious packages at consulates (Washington Post)2019-01-09
  79. Underarm serve between legs seals Bernard Tomic win over Nick Kyrgios (The Guardian)2019-01-09
  80. Suspicious packages sent to foreign missions in Australia (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-09
  81. Suspicious packages result in evacuation of several consulates in Australia (The Star)2019-01-09
  82. Suspicious packages sent to multiple embassies and consulates (CNN)2019-01-09
  83. Simona Halep: World number one loses to Ashleigh Barty at Sydney International (BBC)2019-01-09
  84. Police examining suspiscious packages left at consulates in Australia (The Star)2019-01-09
  85. Suspicious Packages Are Delivered to Multiple Foreign Consulates in Australia (New York Times)2019-01-09
  86. Andy Murray to face Novak Djokovic in practice match before Australian Open (BBC)2019-01-09
  87. Australia fish deaths: Thousands found floating in New South Wales (BBC)2019-01-09
  88. The Australian prime minister has two left feet — thanks to Photoshop (Washington Post)2019-01-09
  89. Australia’s prime minister has two left feet — thanks to Photoshop (Washington Post)2019-01-09
  90. Man in Australia arrested over suspicious consulate packages (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-10
  91. Man in Australia arrested over suspicious consulate packages (Washington Post)2019-01-10
  92. Australian police arrest man over suspicious packages sent to embassies and consulates (CNN)2019-01-10
  93. Australia charges man over suspicious foreign mission parcels (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-10
  94. Man Is Charged With Sending Suspicious Packages to Consulates in Australia (New York Times)2019-01-10
  95. Darling River fish kill: cotton industry says it won't be 'the whipping boy' for disaster (The Guardian)2019-01-10
  96. Murray faces Bautista Agut in Australian Open first round (BBC)2019-01-10
  97. Australia's African Gangs (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-10
  98. In the world’s ‘happiest countries,’ an increasing number of young people don’t feel well at all (Washington Post)2019-01-10
  99. WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-10
  100. Denationalisation: A punishment reserved for Muslims (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-10

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