26 May 2021
Australia, New Zealand to play five T20Is each in Bangladesh
Australia are set to tour Bangladesh to compete in a five-match T20I series, later this year.
24 May 2021
World T20 2020: India Women yet to receive prize money
Over a year after India Women finished as the runners-up in the T20 World Cup Down Under, they are yet to receive the prize money of $5,00,000.
20 May 2021
India Women to tour Australia: Here's the complete schedule
The Indian women's cricket team will be touring Down Under to face the Australian Women's side.
14 May 2021
Australia resumes repatriation flights from India for stranded citizens
The repatriation flights facilitated by the Australian government for its stranded citizens in India resumed from Friday, according to Foreign Minister Marise Payne.
10 May 2021
Chinese scientists allegedly discussed weaponizing coronaviruses 5 years ago
Scientists and public health officials in China had allegedly discussed the possibility of manipulating, weaponizing, and releasing a coronavirus-like species five years ago, Weekend Australian reported citing an official Chinese document.
06 May 2021
Australia's COVID-19 travel ban on citizens returning from India challenged
Australia's controversial temporary ban on citizens returning home from India was challenged in Sydney federal court on Thursday by a 73-year-old Australian, who has been stranded in Bengaluru since March last year.
01 May 2021
Australians returning from India face five-year jail or hefty fine
Threatening a five-year jail term or a hefty fine, the Australian government temporarily barred its citizens from entering the country if they happened to be in India within 14 days of their intended arrival.
27 Apr 2021
Coronavirus: Australia suspends passenger flights from India till May 15
All passenger flights originating from India and bound for Australia will remain suspended till May 15, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Tuesday.
26 Apr 2021
Australia to send oxygen, ventilators and PPE to India
Australia will send oxygen, ventilators, and personal protective equipment to India as part of an immediate support package to the country which is battling with the latest surge of the COVID-19 cases, Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Monday.
24 Apr 2021
Australia, other nations extend support to India amid COVID-19 crisis
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Saturday expressed solidarity with the people of India as the country struggles to battle a massive surge in COVID-19 infections.
14 Apr 2021
Australia: Indian-origin truck driver gets 22-year jail for killing cops
A 48-year-old Indian-origin drug-affected and sleep-deprived truck driver was jailed on Wednesday for 22 years for plowing his heavy vehicle into Australian police officers and killing four of them last year on Melbourne's Eastern Freeway, according to various media reports.
23 Mar 2021
Australian PM speaks up amid protests against sexual violence
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday acknowledged the rising dissatisfaction with his handling of a series of allegations about the mistreatment of women in politics.
25 Feb 2021
NewsBytes Briefing: Investigation uncovers Facebook's pro ISIS move, and more
Facebook banned pages belonging to the YPG (translated: People's Protection Units) at the behest of Turkey, according to a latest exposé by ProPublica.
25 Feb 2021
Facebook pledges $1 billion to news industry after Australian standoff
The Australian news media code has caused great upheaval in the social media space. After Facebook's recent shutdown of news feed in the country and quick reversal, the social media giant has pledged to invest $1 billion to "support the news industry".
23 Feb 2021
NewsBytes Briefing: Facebook shows Australia its merciful side, and more
After successfully getting Google to capitulate and pay for news, Australia learned the hard way that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is made of sterner stuff. Facebook's Aussie news ban also wiped out critical resources involving suicide helplines and COVID-19 information channels.
23 Feb 2021
Facebook reverses Australian news ban following amendments to media code
Facebook has walked back the uncompromising and abrupt total ban it had imposed on sharing Australian news sites. The bold move had blocked Facebook's Australian users from viewing and sharing news.
18 Feb 2021
Facebook blocks Australians from viewing and sharing news content
Facebook has chosen to play hardball with Australian authorities by refusing to buckle under the pressure of implementing the country's contentious news media code. The social media platform has blocked its Australian users from viewing and sharing news.
16 Feb 2021
Woman says she was raped in Parliament, Australian PM apologizes
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has apologized to a former political adviser who said she was raped inside the Parliament building two years ago by an unnamed colleague.
15 Feb 2021
Google strikes news pay deal with major Australian media company
Australian media firm Seven West Media has struck a deal with tech giant Google to pay for journalism, according to an announcement made by the two companies on Monday.
10 Feb 2021
Tsunami warning sounded after 7.7 magnitude earthquake jolts South Pacific
A tsunami warning has been sounded for New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, and other nations in the South Pacific after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit the region on Thursday, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said.
05 Feb 2021
NewsBytes Briefing: Google learns blackmailing Australia doesn't work, and more
They say it doesn't hurt to try, but Google will beg to differ; especially, if that involves blackmailing entire countries.
05 Feb 2021
Google launches News Showcase in Australia. Signs of compromise?
Google has announced the launch of its News Showcase in Australia. The program will feature news snippets from partner media outlets in the country.
02 Feb 2021
Australia: 30 homes estimated to have been lost in wildfire
An out-of-control wildfire burning northeast of the Australian city of Perth has destroyed an estimated 30 homes and was threatening more on Tuesday, with locals across the region told it's too late to leave.
01 Feb 2021
Australia calls Google's bluff; Microsoft offers Bing as replacement
Last month, Google had threatened to disable its flagship search engine in Australia to coerce the government from passing a controversial new law forcing Google to pay local media outlets for sharing their news content.
30 Jan 2021
Aussie pacer Mitchell Starc turns 31: Here are his achievements
Australian pacer Mitchell Starc has turned 31 on Saturday.
28 Jan 2021
'Thor: Love and Thunder' shoot starts after welcome by Aboriginals
Last week, Matt Damon announced his entry to the shooting schedules of Thor: Love and Thunder, and this week, MCU's next big-screen outing began shooting with a lot of grandeur.
27 Jan 2021
Farmer who died at ITO protest had returned from Australia
Protesting farmer, Navreet Singh had returned from Australia to his hometown in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur to celebrate his recent wedding.
27 Jan 2021
CA congratulates Greg Chappell, others for Order Of Australia honors
Cricket Australia (CA), on Tuesday, congratulated those in the cricket community named Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AO) and recipients of Medal of the Order of Australia in the General Division (OAM).
19 Jan 2021
ICC World Test Championship: Here are the possible scenarios
The Indian cricket team beat Australia in the Brisbane Test to clinch the four-match series by a 2-1 margin.
19 Jan 2021
ICC Test Rankings: India displace Australia to go second
The Indian cricket team scripted history in Brisbane to beat Australia in the fourth Test match.
17 Jan 2021
Brisbane Test: Sundar, Thakur bring India back in the hunt
Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur headlined the Indian innings in the final session on Day 3 of the ongoing Brisbane Test.
15 Jan 2021
100th Test for Nathan Lyon: His career in numbers
Australia's Nathan Lyon is playing his 100th career Test match.
12 Jan 2021
Australia vs India: Will Pucovski in doubt for fourth Test
Australia's young opening batsman Will Pucovski is in doubt for the fourth Test match against India.
10 Jan 2021
Marnus Labuschagne's excellent numbers at home in Test cricket
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne has been enjoying a purple patch with the bat at home in Test cricket.
07 Jan 2021
Australia vs India, 3rd Test, Day 1: 3rd session report
After doing well in the second session on Day 1 of the third Test at the SCG, Australia dominated the third session as well.
06 Jan 2021
Australia vs India, third Test: Decoding Ashwin's performance against Warner
Ace spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will be eager to make his presence felt once again when Team India takes on Australia in the third Test, starting tomorrow at the SCG.
06 Jan 2021
Australia vs India, 3rd Test: Preview, Dream11 and stats
Australia and India gear up for the third Test of the four-match series, starting Thursday at the SCG.
31 Dec 2020
Big Bash League: Adam Zampa receives one-game suspension for obscenity
Melbourne Stars leg-spinner Adam Zampa has been suspended for one match of the Big Bash League for using an audible obscenity during the game against Sydney Thunder on December 29.
29 Dec 2020
Australia penalized four ICC WTC points for maintaining slow over-rate
Australia have been fined 40 percent of their match fee and penalized four World Test Championship points for maintaining a slow over-rate in the recently-concluded Boxing Day Test against India.
29 Dec 2020
India beat Australia in Boxing Day Test: Key takeaways
Team India handed Australia a one-sided defeat in the Boxing Day Test.