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New ABS data shows that Australia’s merchandise exports increased strongly to a number of our key trading partners compared to a year ago.
The Foreign Minister will meet Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to discuss the growing strength of our bilateral partnership.
The New Colombo Plan has set out on another exciting journey - this time on Twitter!
Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb today launched the 53rd Australian Export Awards for 2015.
The African Children’s Choir made a special appearance at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The AKF encourages those with business or academia links to Korea to help create networks to see more Australian undergraduates successfully studying
AKF Chair, Mr Peter Coleman, welcomes new members joining the AKF Board as announced today by Foreign Minister Bishop.
Parliamentary Secretary Ciobo will lead high-level business delegations to Singapore and China from 4-8 May.
Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb today announced the Australian Consulate-General in Houston, Texas is open for business.
Foreign Minister Bishop has announced the appointment of four new members to the board of the Australia‑Korea Foundation.
AIM Overseas Director and NCP Reference Group member Rob Malicki has written strongly on the value of overseas study in The Australian newspaper.
Ms Virginia Greville has been appointed Australia's next Ambassador to Spain.
Foreign Minister Bishop has announced the appointment of Mr Graeme Meehan as Australia’s Consul-General in Shanghai.
The Australian Government will provide an additional $5 million to support the people of Nepal in the wake of the devastating earthquake.
The Australian Government is continuing the conversation on the setting of Australia's next greenhouse gas emissions reduction target.
Three tourism projects in Queensland will receive over $360,000 in funding to help attract more visitors to the region.
A group of young Australians not previously afforded the opportunity to volunteer overseas will travel to Vanuatu to share their sporting skills with
The Australian Government deeply regrets the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Information on how to stay safe and get help following the 25 April earthquake.
Due to the difficult circumstances on the ground in Nepal, today I announce the Government’s plans to assist Australians to depart Nepal.
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