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Australian Fingerprinting experts to travel to India for skills training at Gujarat Forensic Science University.
See the line-up of speakers for the third Foundation for Australian Studies in China conference.
'Hotel Development Regulations in Australia' report released by Minister Robb and Minister Colbeck.
The Australian Science Teachers Association’s unique teacher’s exchange continues to strengthen science and education connections in both countries.
The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed
Camilla Bullen, an avid netballer, has the privilege of being involved with the Alotau Netball Association for almost two seasons.
Australia and Korea connected through children’s theatre and literature.
Since 1991 Asialink's Arts Residency Program has provided professional development opportunities for arts professionals working across art form.
The Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry developed a placement program to bring critiqued Chinese companies to Victoria.
The Necks are one of Australia's most successful experimental trios, and they tour China for the first time in September 2015 appearing at Jazz Improv
From a long-standing and critically lauded collaboration comes a daring, politically charged work from two of dance and theatre’s most unflinching mak
ACYD's target audience is the 30 delegates who participate in the dialogue each year.
Opus is a work of stunning power, virtuosity and poetry.
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra is a leader of excellence in orchestral music.
Australian volunteer, Sarah Wilson, demonstrates how effective capacity building can yield valuable results in the face of adversity.
Today I announce Australia will be a candidate for the United Nations Security Council in 2029-30.
Today I met with Pacific Foreign Ministers to exchange ideas on how to grow economies and build sustainable development in our region.
Australia will lead efforts to establish the 29th of June as the International Day of the Tropics.
Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb departs today for Atlanta Georgia for negotiations with ministerial counterparts from 11 other countries
Australia has continued its tradition of strong support for UN peacekeeping, pledging to provide strategic air lift and training support.
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