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Analysis: Where did things go wrong for Australia’s Labor Party?

SYDNEY (Kyodo) — The surprise victory of Australia’s center-right Liberal Party in Saturday’s general election was so unexpected that even re-elected Prime Minister Scott Morrison described it as a “miracle.” Despite weeks of pre-polling pointing to a slim, though decisive, win for the center-left main opposition Labor Party, Morrison campaigned …

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Azerbaijan, Australia eye to expand co-op in tourism

(MENAFN – Trend News Agency) Baku, Azerbaijan, May 19 By Sara Israfilbayova – Trend: Azerbaijan and Australia plan to expand cooperation in the sphere of tourism, President of the Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce in Australia Nizami Jafarov toldTrend . He noted that discussion of cooperation issues took place at the …

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Election 2019: Labor loses ground in regional Territory towns on the back of ‘protest vote’ – Australia Votes – Federal Election 2019 – Politics

Updated May 19, 2019 16:45:32 Photo: CLP candidate Jacinta Price has scored a 5.68 per cent swing against incumbent Warren Snowdon. (ABC News: Adam Kennedy) Federal voting numbers suggest Territory Labor is under real threat of dropping seats to the Country Liberal Party (CLP) at the 2020 NT election. The …

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Australia’s Conservatives Wins Third Term in Close Election

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Winton named Australia’s stop stargazing spot in tourism coup

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Is this the best job in the world?

MANY of you may be familiar with the popular travel blog Mister Weekender, and if you’re not, well, we suggest you get Googling. The site created by Noosa local Jaharn Quinn is a must read for anyone in search of adventure, whether it be a weekend camping at Double Island …

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‘That’s Just Insane’: Australia’s Secret Deal to Take In Rwandan Guerrillas From the U.S.

Josh Gerstein is senior legal affairs contributor for Politico. Zoya Sheftalovich contributed to this report. For more than a decade, the United States had a problem: three Rwandan men, sitting in jail in Virginia, who had stood accused of brutally murdering tourists in Africa—but now had a chance of winning …

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Australia Elects Coalition Government; Scott Morrison to Remain Prime Minister

Australia voted on Saturday to elect a Liberal-National Coalition government, with Scott Morrison keeping his office as prime minister. Though not all votes had been counted, Labor leader Bill Shorten conceded the loss Saturday evening when it became apparent his party could not catch up to the Coalition tally. “I know …

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Winton named Australia’s stop stargazing spot in tourism coup

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Cornwall Tourism Opens Visitor Information Centre – Choose Cornwall

May 17, 2019By Bob Peters Cornwall Ontario – Visitors to Cornwall can now pick up travel guides and maps while touring Lamoureux Park. Cornwall Tourism has opened its seasonal Visitor Information Centre in the Cornwall Community Museum. The Centre will be open 7 days a week over the spring and summer months …

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