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Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham said Cairns had won the rights to host the 13th Congress of International Society for Plant Molecular Biology.
Australian blockchain companies & investors will travel to China as part of a mission to deepen collaboration & explore growth opportunities.
DFAT's celebration of the NAIDOC Week theme "Because of Her, We Can" honoured the rich contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
Australia will host the 2020 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR).
Baptist World Aid Australia and Food for the Hungry Cambodia carry out their work in some of the most marginalised areas of Cambodia.
A unified national brand will help our exporters use the strength of Australia's reputation when they sell their products and services to the world.
The forum will present high-level investors with projects, opportunities and information about investing in Northern Australia.
Trade Minister Ciobo will lead a large trade delegation to the world's fastest-growing major economy for the second Australia Business Week in India.
Australia's Foreign Minister will co-chair the Bali Process Government and Business Forum (Perth Forum) with Indonesia's Foreign Minister in Perth.
A memorial service was held above Iron Bottom Sound in the Solomon Islands to mark the 75th anniversary of the sinking of the first HMAS Canberra.
The Centre for Quantum Computing in the University of New South Wales are working to develop a quantum computer.
The Australian Government has reaffirmed its strong commitment to effective global action on climate change.
A handful of volunteers had skills which were in high demand following the disaster. Michael Tolhurst and Thomas de Leon decided to stay and help.
The Australia-ASEAN Council has marked its first anniversary since it was established by the Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on 8 September 2015.
NCP scholar Matthew Sharp served Australia as a soldier in Timor Leste and Afghanistan, now he’s ready to show others how much they can achieve.
Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, has launched the New Colombo Plan Alumni Program in the ACT.
AnimeGO! will get people involved in a community event focusing on the Japanese cultural phenomenon of anime to create opportunities for engagement wi
The Foreign Minister has announced the successful Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) grant applicants for 2016-17.
All participating countries have now submitted initial offers for trade in goods and trade in services as well as initial reservation lists for invest
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