09:50 | 20/11/2020
Australia’s Prime Minster Scott Morrison on November 19 pushed back over a list of more than a dozen grievances raised by China regarding his country’s human rights diplomacy, independent media and investment policies, saying “we will always be Australia”.
07:56 | 19/11/2020
China has rejected Australia’s claim that the “ball is in its court” regarding resolution of their escalating trade dispute, providing a long list of alleged offences that have “greatly hurt the feelings of the Chinese people”.
07:21 | 16/11/2020
Australia and New Zealand have pledged over USD 669 million to ASEAN for COVID-19, disease response, economic cooperation and other initiatives, two online ASEAN summits heard on November 14.
08:12 | 14/11/2020
VIETRAD, an Australian-funded intelligent system that is expected to improve the accuracy rate of breast cancer diagnostics from 50% to as much as 85%, was officially launched on November 12.
08:12 | 08/11/2020
Australia has pledged AUD500 million (US$363 million) to help Pacific and Southeast Asian countries get better access to COVID-19 vaccines.
08:10 | 06/11/2020
Foreign Minister Marise Payne said that Australia would like to raise bilateral relationship with Vietnam to a level of a comprehensive strategic partnership, during the second Vietnam-Australia Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, co-chaired by herself and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh on November 5.
17:04 | 27/10/2020
Australian police just seized and destroyed a major cannabis haul at three properties near Taree, at Minimbah, Melinga and Moorland, New South Wales.
07:43 | 27/10/2020
Australia is poised to make an initial contribution of AUD 100,000 (USD 71.000) in immediate humanitarian assistance to Vietnam which has suffered huge losses caused by floods and landslides during the past two weeks.
13:33 | 08/10/2020
The Australian Government on October 6 announced the 2020-2021 Budget, in which official development assistance (ODA) to the Southeast Asia region, including Vietnam, still increases.
07:33 | 28/09/2020
Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai, head of the Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the UN, WTO and other international organisations in Geneva, called on the Vietnamese community in Switzerland to make more contributions to the homeland as well as cooperation between the two countries.
07:39 | 30/08/2020
More than 570 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Taiwan (China) on August 28-29.
21:33 | 26/08/2020
Australia will support the Gavi COVAX Facility Advance Market Commitment (COVAX AMC) to improve access for Pacific and Southeast Asian countries to safe, effective and affordable COVID-19 vaccines.
05:49 | 09/08/2020
Covid-19 latest news: National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, in collaboration with relevant Vietnamese and Australian agencies, has brought home 340 Vietnamese citizens left stranded in the country as Vietnam’s tally of COVID-19 infection surpassed 800.
14:43 | 05/08/2020
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on August 5 said that establishing an Indo-Pacific alliance will be a "critical priority" for his government, warning the pace of militarization in the region was unprecedented, reported Reuters.
07:58 | 01/08/2020
Responding to US – Australia’s recent military cooperation, China has warned Canberra that it should not “go further on the road of harming relations", stating that "any attempt to pressure China will never succeed".
14:15 | 31/07/2020
A COVID-19 vaccine that has been developed by Australian scientists has been shown to be safe in phase 1 trials, and has generated a positive immune response in human subjects.
11:00 | 22/07/2020
Australian police on July 22 warned “insidious” online predators were targeting new child victims after a surge in coronavirus infections put the country’s second-largest city under partial lockdown.
07:09 | 21/07/2020
Australia will provide Vietnam with non-refundable aid of AUD500,000 to implement a technical support project to construct an integrated information management system on inland waterway transportation.
07:11 | 17/07/2020
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison affirmed on July 16th that Canberra would continue to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea.
06:51 | 15/07/2020
A man in Australia says he was forced to use a knife and seatbeat to fight off a deadly brown snake that had coiled around his leg while driving a truck in Queensland, Australia recently. Police pulled him over after clocking the vehicle at 123 kilometre an hour, but they let him go after they heard his incredible story — and saw the dead snake to prove it.