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Facebook news ban to be reversed in Australia

Facebook news ban to be reversed in Australia

08:45 | 24/02/2021

Following Australia federal government's news media code that forces Facebook to pay publishers for the news content that surfaces on its platform, the company decided to restrict Australian users to sharing news content and ban news in Australia. After several days of discussion between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Australia's treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, the company on Monday announced an end to the standoff, bringing news back to its platform.

Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

Three NGOs facilitating post-flood livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people

08:57 | 29/01/2021

The consortium of World Vision, ADRA and CARE, which are members of Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), will work closely with the district level government authorities in improving access to safe water, promoting hygiene and sanitation, ensuring protection for beneficiaries and relief workers, and facilitating livelihood recovery to over 25,000 people.

Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

Australia providing Vietnam USD 71,300 for flood relief

07:59 | 27/01/2021

By the end of January 24, 2021, the AUD 1 million (USD 775,000) disaster relief package of Australian government was presented to nearly 14,500 people affected by floods and storms in the three provinces of Thua Thien Hue, Quang Tri and Quang Nam.

Vietnam, Australia to enjoy stronger partnership in the future

Vietnam, Australia to enjoy stronger partnership in the future

20:40 | 23/01/2021

With a firm foundation from sound bilateral relations and the determination of senior leaders of both sides, Vietnam and Australia will enjoy a stronger partnership in the future, stressed representative of the Ho Chi Minh city's Vietnam-Australia Friendship Association.

Vietnamese in Australia having high expectations for 13th Party Congress

Vietnamese in Australia having high expectations for 13th Party Congress

10:31 | 21/01/2021

The 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam will take place from Jan. 25 to Feb. 2 in Hanoi. The Vietnamese community in Australia expects the upcoming Party Congress to judiciously select competent leaders to lead the country over the course of the next five years, said Tran Ba Phuc, President of the Vietnam Business Association in Australia.

Australia grants aid for Vietnamese-led research team

Australia grants aid for Vietnamese-led research team

14:12 | 16/01/2021

A research team led by Vietnamese national Nguyen Trong Hieu from the Australian National University (ANU) has been granted aid worth AUD1 million (USD 750,000) from the Australia Renewable Energy Agency for their new-generation solar cell development project.

Australian PM defiant after China airs 14 grievances

Australian PM defiant after China airs 14 grievances

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”.

Australia wants to raise bilateral relationship with Vietnam to new heights

Australia wants to raise bilateral relationship with Vietnam to new heights

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.

More relief funds to flood-hit localities in Vietnam

More relief funds to flood-hit localities in Vietnam

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.

Vietnamese abroad urged to make more contributions to homeland

Vietnamese abroad urged to make more contributions to homeland

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.

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