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Alison Bevege

Papua New Guinea volcanic eruptions force 15,000 from their homes

30 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Volcanic eruptions in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have forced 15,000 villagers in the country's northeast to flee their homes, aid agencies said on Sunday.

Facebook page of Australian missing in North Korea mysteriously reappears

30 Jun 2019

SYDNEY The Facebook page of an Australian man missing in North Korea reappeared then disappeared again on Saturday hours before Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia is still trying to find out what has happened to him.

Heavy fog causes flight delays, cancellations at Sydney Airport

29 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Heavy fog caused delays and cancellations at Australia's busiest international flight hub, Sydney Airport, on Saturday morning.

Six Chinese nationals arrested in Vanuatu - media

29 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Authorities in Vanuatu have arrested six Chinese nationals following Chinese complaints they were operating an internet scam from the Pacific island, media reported on Saturday.

Heavy fog causes flight delays, cancellations at Sydney Airport

28 Jun 2019

SYDNEY, June 29 Heavy fog caused delays and cancellations at Australia's busiest international flight hub, Sydney Airport, on Saturday morning.

Hong Kong protests against extradition law spill into Sydney

09 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Anger in Hong Kong over a move to allow extraditions to mainland China spilled over into Sydney on Sunday, with migrants gathering for a protest and urging the Australian government to condemn the proposed new law.

Hong Kong protests against extradition law spill into Sydney

09 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Anger in Hong Kong over a move to allow extraditions to mainland China spilled over into Sydney on Sunday, with migrants gathering for a protest and urging the Australian government to condemn the proposed new law.

Australian police dig up garden in search for missing U.S. woman

08 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Australian police investigating the disappearance of a U.S. woman said on Saturday they fear she has been killed and began digging up the front garden of her Brisbane home.

Australia seizes properties from Chinese national with Beijing's help

08 Jun 2019

SYDNEY The Australian government has confiscated three properties from a Chinese national after a joint money-laundering investigation with China, police said on Saturday.

Fog blankets Sydney, causes flight delays

08 Jun 2019

SYDNEY Heavy fog blanketed Sydney on Saturday morning, delaying flights, creating hazards for shipping and setting social media ablaze with moody photographs of disappearing landmarks.

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