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Australia-China Council Grants 2015-16: Strengthening foundations and developing new frontiers of the Australia-China relationship.
More than 5,450 Australian students will live, study and undertake work placements in the Indo-Pacific under the New Colombo Plan 2016 mobility round.
A new project mapping transport and logistic skills needs and competencies in the Asia Pacific region will boost global labour mobility.
The Australian Government has ratified the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation’s Port State Measures Agreement.
Foreign Minister Bishop conveys sincere condolences to the Government and people of Vanuatu on the passing of the Honourable Edward Nipake Natapei.
Representatives of the Indian Ocean Rim Association countries gathered in Bali this week to discuss stronger regional cooperation on the blue economy.
Trade and Investment Minister Robb will participate in ministerial talks in Hawaii from 28-31 July with the aim of concluding negotiations on the TPP.
Foreign Minister Bishop will travel to New York next week to seek the establishment of an international criminal tribunal by the UN Security Council.
Foreign Minister Bishop launches the New Colombo Plan business programs and announces the 2016 mobility grants.
The Australian Government takes very seriously its obligations to protect the safety and dignity of foreign diplomatic and consular missions.
Twelve months ago, on 21 July 2014, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 2166.
Foreign Minister Bishop has announced a new four year partnership with the Australian Red Cross.
Don Randall was a dear friend and colleague and will be greatly missed.
The Fourth Commonwealth Red Cross and Red Crescent Conference on International Humanitarian Law will be held in Canberra from 20 to 23 July.
Foreign Minister Bishop has announced the appointment of Mr Christopher Langman as Australia's next Ambassador to Iraq.
The Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) will generate opportunities for Australian business, education, science and innovation, and the arts to work with pa
Deputy Head of Mission from the Australian Embassy in Bangkok welcomed 13 NCP Mobility program students from the University of Canberra on 15 July 201
The Government is concerned by reports that Chinese authorities have recently detained over 100 human rights lawyers and activists.
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