Australia



2021-10-28: (Observer Network) Reuters news on October 28, Australia announced on the same day that it refused to join the European Union and the United States to reduce 30% methane emissions by 2030, the reason is "worried about the impact on agriculture and animal husbandry". The Australian Parliament passed the goal of achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 this week, but Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison then told reporters: "But we have made it very clear, we will not join the initiative to reduce methane emissions in 2030." Scott Morrison denied that the motivation for refusing to join the initiative was to appease the Australian National Party, which is a member of the current Australian ruling coalition and mainly represents the interests of the country's agricultural… [Read more]
2021-10-28: According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in Australia on October 28th, recently, the outgoing Chinese ambassador to Australia, Cheng Jingye, made a phone call and sent a letter to the Australian political, industrial and commercial circles, academia, local governments and missions in Australia and other people resigned and said goodbye to overseas Chinese in Australia. Large makes Australian people from all walks of life in the past 5 years given the present and the Australian embassy and with the support and assistance of the heartfelt thanks to the Chinese, I would like to express my appreciation for the efforts and contributions of relevant persons to promote China-Australia friendship and cooperation. Ambassador to Chengda emphasized that a healthy and stable Sino-Australian… [Read more]
2021-10-28: Reference News Network reported on October 28, according to the Associated Press in London, on the 27th local time, the US authorities asked Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, to face a judicial trial in the United States and told a British judge, if they agree to extradite Assange for espionage, he can serve his sentence in an Australian prison. It is reported that January this year, a British court rejected the United States extradite Assange requests. The British judge ruled that in the process of opposing extradition, Assange, who had been hiding in a British prison for many years, was likely to commit suicide if he was detained in the harsh prison conditions of the United States. According to the report, a US government lawyer appealed the ruling in the High Court of London… [Read more]
2021-10-28: (Morning News) Australian supermarkets will start selling 2019 coronavirus rapid antigen detection kit from the beginning of November, one of the supermarkets will be a two-dose test box priced at $30 (S $30.44), Quick test boxes sold by supermarket chains Coles and Woolworths are not covered by Medicare. Volvos has launched a pre-order service for the rapid antigen test kit online. The company priced the five-dose test box at $50. Coles is expected to sell for a similar price. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation Chinese website quoted a spokesman for Coles as saying that these test boxes will be sold in all other states except South Australia and Western Australia. Rapid antigen detection cassettes have been widely used in Europe and the United States. They are cheaper than the… [Read more]
2021-10-28: (Morning News in Australia from 8th day of next month, for the population of the administered Crown disease vaccine chaser. Xinhua News Agency reported that the Australian Immunization Technical Advisory Group approved Thursday (October 28) for Australia's population 18 years old and above to receive an additional dose of Pfizer vaccine six months after receiving the second dose of Covid vaccine. Australian Prime Minister Morrison said: "This plan will obviously focus on the elderly and medical staff, but it is also a comprehensive and supplementary program for all populations." Morrison said that the use of additional agents will be implemented directly to people living in elderly care facilities and people with disabilities through relevant schemes; At the same time, frontline… [Read more]
2021-10-28: In the new season, Chinese men's basketball center Zhou Qi has a new role-Australian Basketball League (NBL) Southeast Melbourne Phoenix team player. A few days ago, Zhou Qi, who is in the period of epidemic prevention and isolation, accepted an exclusive interview with Xinhua News Agency reporters through video at the hotel. Facing the future, he is full of confidence and is ready to accept new challenges on a new platform. [Read more]
2021-10-28: MELBOURNE, Australia-From the air, Queensland's inland town of Queensland seems to be a deserted place. It sits on a rusty dusty ground. About 20 kangaroos sometimes roost on the school lawn. Temperatures can reach about 45 degrees Celsius in summer. A 10-hour drive from the nearest city. But Querppi has recently suddenly become the target of global desire because it has announced a plan to solve the housing shortage and attract new residents by providing "free" land. Officials' original vision was simple, hoping to build five new homes in this town of 575 people. But officials say that within two weeks since the news was released through local news media on October 11th, Querppi has received more than 300 consultations, some from far away Hong Kong and Europe. The sheer number of… [Read more]
2021-10-28: According to the Daily Mail on October 27, two Australian men who like pranks used more than $1000 (about 6300 yuan) of fries on the beach to get a pile of chips on the beach, one of them also buried himself in it to "see if you can win the trust of the birds". In the video, a man buried in a pile of French fries with only his head exposed, and a group of hungry seagulls frantically grabbed food. This unusual sight is the work of two men who like to prank. According to the Australian media ninth News report, they bought more than 1000 US dollars (about 6300 yuan) worth of French fries to see if they can win the trust of the birds. The duo posted the video on their social accounts and called it "the latest scientific experiment". It is unclear what the final results of the experiment… [Read more]
2021-10-28: More than 18 months after closing the border, the Australian government announced that Australian citizens and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated against the Crown disease are free to leave the country without applying for approval, it is also expected to open the country to skilled workers and international students by the end of this year. The Australian Ministry of Health and the Ministry of the Interior issued a joint statement yesterday to announce the news. Interior Minister Andrews said that although priority is being given to the entry and exit of Australian citizens, travel restrictions will be expected to be further released as the vaccination rate rises, including regulations for some non-citizens. "We expect Australia to welcome skilled workers and international… [Read more]
2021-10-27: In response to reports that Australia attracted Chinese investment in 2020 reduced by 61%. In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on October 27 that Australia's responsibility for attracting Chinese investment reduction is entirely in Australia. For a period of time, some people in Australia have often politicized and stigmatized the normal economic and trade cooperation between China and Australia, and set no restrictions on normal exchanges and cooperation between the two countries, which interfered with the momentum of the good development of China-Australia practical cooperation, it has also affected the confidence of Chinese companies to invest in Australia. Zhao li jian said that Australia and in some cases also said last year, China's investment, the fact is… [Read more]
2021-10-27: My friends, what is the most precious indoor in winter? It's definitely sunshine. As long as there is light projected on my window, I can instantly pull silently from the small emotions of spring and sorrow back to life and a well-off life, and there is a warm pattern in the world. A few days ago, we were sorting out samples of new products. My colleague Sansan Mimi came to ask, is this quilt sold? When to process the samples, be sure to tell me. Let me tell you, I like it very much. The kind to take it home." To tell you the truth, there have been a number of colleagues who have passed through the sample room to express their love for this sunshine. I just pulled a group and named it "There is only one sample, a fight Boy." Hey, who refuses this silent sunshine? A Silent Sun is… [Read more]
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2021-10-27: [Global Network Reporter Zhang Haicao] The Australian Ministry of Defense recently launched a tender called the "Capability Life Cycle Manager" program, to gain industry help and support the full life cycle of Hobart-class air defense destroyers. Australia is a total of only 3 the destroyers earlier designed and built as a result of all sorts of problems have been roundly criticized. Despite the participation of military enterprises from many Western countries, it took more than 10 years to complete the construction and service process, and it still does not have the ability to maintain the whole life cycle. According to the "Defense Briefing" on October 25, the Australian Ministry of Defense will hold an industry briefing on its Hobart-class air defense destroyer support and support… [Read more]
2021-10-27: "Global Times Australia special correspondent for Joe, told the Global Times reporter Hao cool statements were made, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)26th reports, before flying to Glasgow, England, to participate in the twenty-sixth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26), Australian Prime Minister Morrison announced a government plan to commit to achieving net zero emissions by 2050, that is, the amount of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere is the same or more than its emissions. Australia's "Late" commitment has triggered questions and criticisms from the media and professionals. The Australian opposition Labor Party accused Morrison's plan as a "hoax" and lacked a practical solution. According to… [Read more]
2021-10-27: Australia and ASEAN agreed to establish a comprehensive strategic partnership at Wednesday's summit, Brunei, the ASEAN presidency. Reuters reported that the Australian government is committed to building closer relations with ASEAN at a time when concerns about China's activities and influence in the Asia-Pacific region have intensified. "ASEAN and Australia have agreed to establish a meaningful, substantive and mutually beneficial comprehensive strategic partnership between the two sides," Reuters reported." Reuters reported that the Australian government is committed to building a stronger relationship with ASEAN at a time when concerns about China's activities and influence in the Asia-Pacific region have intensified. When Australian Prime Minister Morrison held a video summit with… [Read more]
2021-10-27: In response to reports that Australia attracted Chinese investment in 2020 reduced by 61%. In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on October 27 that Australia's responsibility for attracting Chinese investment reduction is entirely in Australia. For a period of time, some people in Australia have often politicized and stigmatized the normal economic and trade cooperation between China and Australia, and set no restrictions on normal exchanges and cooperation between the two countries, which interfered with the momentum of the good development of China-Australia practical cooperation, it has also affected the confidence of Chinese companies to invest in Australia. Zhao li jian said that Australia and in some cases also said last year, China's investment, the fact is… [Read more]
2021-10-27: The Australian Drug Administration (TGA) said it had temporarily authorized a dose of COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer in collaboration with the German biotechnology company BioNTech as an additional dose for adults. The Australian Drug Administration said: "The temporary authorization means that adults aged 18 and over are able to administer additional doses (the third dose) at least 6 months after the completion of the vaccination. 」 Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt said that the plan to apply the Additional agent for the whole people will be held before the 8th at the latest, subject to the approval of the National Immunization Advisory Agency. "We will give priority to the elderly and the disabled," he told reporters in Canberra. 」 Anyone who has given two doses of Pfizer… [Read more]
2021-10-27: October 27 (Reuters)-Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN/ASEAN) agreed at a summit on Wednesday to establish a comprehensive strategic partnership between them, ASEAN Chair Brunei said. "ASEAN and Australia have agreed to establish a meaningful, substantive and mutually beneficial comprehensive strategic partnership between the two sides," it said in a summary of the meeting." (The End) [Read more]
2021-10-27: In response to COVID-19 epidemic Australia March 20 last year began the global ought to have the number of border restrictions resulted in nearly 600 days countless sorties in the following international flights, overseas travel sparse, the family was forced to dispersed continents, some Australian citizens are trapped overseas, and some foreign residents are trapped in Australia, separated from relatives and friends. Australian Interior Minister Andrews (Andrews) said today that while priority is being given to the entry and exit of Australian citizens, more travel restrictions, including norms for non-citizens, both will be relaxed as vaccine coverage increases. We expect to welcome fully vaccinated skilled workers and international students before the end of the year, "she said.… [Read more]
2021-10-27: Geneva (Reuters)-The World Trade Organization (WTO) said on Tuesday it had agreed to set up a panel of experts to review China's move to impose tariffs on Australian wine imports, this is one of several disputes that have led to the deterioration of relations between the two countries. The dispute settlement body agreed to Australia's second request and held a closed-door meeting on Tuesday. Australia's first attempt was blocked by China. The trade relationship between Australia and its largest trading partner was already tense after Australia banned Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from entering its 5G wireless network in 2018, this has been compounded by Canberra's call for an international investigation into the origin of the new coronavirus. In response, China imposed… [Read more]
2021-10-27: SYDNEY, October 27 (Reuters)-The Australian dollar rose on Wednesday after unexpectedly strong core inflation data in Australia fueled expectations of an early interest rate hike in Australia and raised short-term bond yields to their highest level since the end of 2019. The Australian dollar rose 0.4% to $0.7530, driven by the data, and it looks set to test the recent four-month peak of $0.7546. After looking at the 200 day moving average cut into position 0.7560 dollars, support at 0.7490 dollars and 0.7454 dollars. Australia's three-year spot yield jumped 11 basis points to 0.907%, while the more liquid three-year bond futures fell 18 points to 98.850, the lowest since mid-2019. [Read more]
2021-10-27: According to a report by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) on the 26th, before flying to Glasgow, England, to participate in the twenty-sixth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26), australian Prime Minister Morrison has unveiled a government plan to commit to net zero emissions by 2050, that is, the amount of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere is the same or more than its emissions. Australia's "Late" commitment has triggered questions and criticisms from the media and professionals. The Australian opposition Labor Party accused Morrison's plan as a "hoax" and lacked a practical solution. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Australia has long been "dragging its feet" on climate action, with… [Read more]
2021-10-27: According to the Australian media "Sydney Herald" reported on the 26th, Australian Labor Party member Julian Hill (Julian Hill) said that the US government must respond to a "credible allegation", The CIA it was revealed that he had planned to kidnap or even assassinate Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks website and Australian citizen Julian Assange. He believes that Australia cannot pretend that there is no such thing. Based on interviews with more than 30 former U.S. officials, Yahoo News reported last month that in 2017, Assange's fifth year of seeking political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in the UK, the CIA had conspired to kidnap him, and some CIA and senior Trump administration officials even discussed the issue of killing Assange. Hill is an important member of the… [Read more]
2021-10-27: According to a Reuters report on the 25th, Australia has drafted the "Online Privacy Protection Act". Once passed, social media such as Facebook must take "all reasonable steps" to verify the user's age, and give priority to protecting the rights and interests of minors when collecting user information. According to the bill, social media operators who violate the above provisions will face more severe penalties, paying fines according to one of the following three criteria: the annual turnover of enterprises in Australia is 10%, illegal revenue amounts for three times or 10 million (about 47.95 million yuan). At present, in violation of the provisions of a fine of up amount is 2.1 million (10.07 million yuan). The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, an online privacy… [Read more]
2021-10-27: According to Reuters, the source added that the dispute settlement body held a closed-door meeting on Tuesday after the agency agreed to Australia's second request, and the first attempt was blocked by China. [Read more]
2021-10-27: Australian Prime Minister Morrison announced that the net zero emission target will be achieved by 2050, but will not be achieved through legislation, but will be driven by consumers and businesses. He pledged that the government would develop helps achieve a net zero target of technology investments targeting 20 billion Australian dollars (about 20.2 billion-yuan). Australia is a major coal and natural gas producer and one of the countries with the highest per capita carbon emissions in the world. Morrison previously said that as long as there are buyers, Australia will continue to mine and export fossil fuels, and indicated that it will not set a net zero emission target. However, this put him under great pressure both at home and abroad. Outside, Australia may be criticized and… [Read more]
2021-10-26: Core tip: The lawsuit filed by the remote Boigo and Saibai is reportedly the first class-action lawsuit filed by an Australian Aboriginal on climate. Residents of the Torres Strait Islands on the northern coast of Australia sued the Australian government on the 26th local time, accusing the latter of failing to protect them from the threat of climate change, Reuters reported in Melbourne. The lawsuit, filed by the remote Boyoko and Saibai, is reportedly the first class-action lawsuit filed by an Australian Aboriginal on climate. [Read more]
2021-10-26: Recently, the new book "China's Choice: Sino-US Game and Strategic Choice" translated by Ma Kai-Shuo, a Singaporean scholar diplomat, translated by Globalization think tank (CCG), was published in CITIC Publishing Group. CCG and CITIC Publishing Group invited the author Ma Kaishuo (Kishore Mahbubani) to have an online dialogue with the author of the preface of this book and the founder of CCG, Dr. Wang Huiyao, to discuss the trend of globalization, the multipolar international order and the future direction of Sino-US relations. Wang Huiyao: The book "China's Choice" provides a comprehensive and calm analysis of Sino-US relations from a third-party perspective. Can you tell us what inspired you to write this book and what you thought about Sino-US relations when you wrote this book? Ma… [Read more]
2021-10-26: The Torres Strait is located between mainland Australia and Papua New Guinea, where about 274 islands are located, with less than 5000 inhabitants. Boigu Island and Saibai Island are one of the most hit islands, and lawyers for traditional landowners hope, the Australian Federal Court can order the government to "reduce greenhouse gas emissions to a level that prevents Torres Strait Islanders from becoming climate refugees 」. The lawsuit argues that if global temperatures are more than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, some islands are expected to become uninhabitable. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) previously warned that global warming could exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030. It is believed that this is the first time that Australian… [Read more]
2021-10-26: (Agence France-Presse, Sydney, 26)-Coal mining country Australia today announced its long-delayed net zero carbon emission target for 2050, before the indicator UN climate conference, this project deliberately avoids tricky details or near-term goals. Australia is one of the world's largest coal and natural gas exporters, but it is widely believed that their climate-related actions are lagging behind. In the past 8 years, Australia's conservative government refused to take action to reduce carbon emissions, not only duly authorized by the new coal mine project, even from time to time to promote climate change of skepticism. But under pressure from home and abroad, Prime Minister Scott Morrison finally announced a change in style today, acknowledging that "the world is changing 」. He said… [Read more]

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