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Japan vs Colombia was an extraordinary contest to progress to Round 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Both sides went into the match in full form with the hope to come out victorious. It was one of the toughest matches of the World cup. Here is the match.
 
The Socceroos haven't won their opening match at the 2018 World Cup- but they have won plenty of respect. France has defeated Australia two goals to one in Kazan in the opening match of Group C at the tournament. It was a game that featured plenty of action and plenty of controversy.
 
Every four years, it's world sport's biggest month. And the 2018 edition has almost arrived. The 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup promises plenty, and after more than enough waiting, it's about to deliver.
 
Two-thirds of women with the most common form of breast cancer may not need chemotherapy. That's the conclusion reached from a major trial, involving a common genetic test. Doctors say using the test to analyse early-stage tumours will help identify those that can be treated with surgery and hormone therapy alone.…
 
New race-hate laws aimed at people inciting or threatening violence against targeted groups have been introduced into the New South Wales parliament. The laws would replace the state's existing provisions that the government says have proven ineffective. Under the new legislation, people who incite or threaten violence against others based on t ...…
 
NATO's secretary-general has told a meeting of defence ministers attended by Australia it is important the European Union continue its economic sanctions against Russia. His remarks come after Italy's new prime minister called for ending the sanctions and as the United States presses its European allies to get more NATO battalions ready for combat.…
 
Parents are being urged to sign up to the federal government's new childcare system or face having their payments abruptly cut from next month. Childcare advocates warn thousands of families yet to update their details could be left with a big bill once the changes are rolled out.
 
The space sector is predicted to become critical to Australia's economic growth and national security in the coming decades as the country moves to establish its first-ever space agency. But as a record number of nations invest in the industry, how does Australia become globally competitive? A new report suggests cooperation with the United Sta ...…
 
Qantas has given in to pressure from the Chinese government, and committed to acknowledge Taiwan as a Chinese territory. The airline says the move brings it into line with the Australian government's so-called One China policy. But the federal government says businesses shouldn't subjected to such political pressure.…
 
The World Health Organisation ((WHO)) recently passed a resolution making snakebites a global health priority. Led by a team of scientists from around the world, the W-H-O will now develop a global plan to tackle the issue, including cheaper antidotes and medical training.
 
Austria has announced it's shutting down several mosques and could expel dozens of imams as part of a push against what it calls "political Islam". It comes after last year's federal election was dominated by issues around immigration and the influence of Islam.
 
A North Korean defector whose harrowing story caught the attention of United States president Donald Trump earlier this year has spoken out ahead of the historic US-North Korean summit. Ji Seong-ho, who lost limbs and endured torture under North Korean authorities, has told SBS he hopes the issue of human-rights abuses will not be ignored at th ...…
 
When US President Donald Trump meets his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un on Tuesday ((12 June)), the eyes of the world will be on them. Among those watching most intently will be members of Australia's Korean community and other Australians with a special connection to the mysterious North Korea.…
 
Two European giants of football are expected to dominate Group B of the World Cup, starting later this month ((june)) in Russia. Portugal will again be relying on the magic striking power of Cristiano Ronaldo, while Spain looks to have reinvigorated its side after the disappointment of 2014. But as ... reports, Morocco and Iran hope to make the ...…
 
The Victorian government has announced a $10 million funding package to provide free access to TAFE for people seeking asylum. The new funding comes after a successful trial period that began in 2016, where over 3,000 Victorian asylum seekers studied courses to improve their English skills and advance their career options…
 
Anger continues to grow over the decision by the United States to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from certain countries. While western allies vent their frustration, U-S officials are hoping talks in Beijing will go some way to shrinking its trade deficit with China.
 
A Productivity Commission investigation into the superannuation system has found one in three accounts, or about 10 million, are unintended multiple accounts. It finds they cost their owners a total of $2.6 billion every year in extra fees and insurance charges. The report has recommended sweeping changes, where workers would be steered towards ...…
 
Researchers have found men with small prostate cancers are not always being properly monitored. Men who do not require surgery for prostate cancer are put on a surveillance program where they are meant to be checked by their clinicians with blood tests and biopsies. But research at Melbourne's Monash University has found almost three in four me ...…
 
The Assistant Minister for Children and Families says he is considering a new program to help skilled refugees get re-qualified for jobs in Australia. David Gillespie's remarks come as a number of Coalition MPs are suggesting changes to employment visas to prevent migrants and refugees sponsored by regional employers from leaving later for metr ...…
 
After decades of tension between the two major Asian powers, China and Japan have hailed a new era of friendship. The historic foes have been brought closer by other tensions with the United States over trade and developments on the Korean Peninsula, and it is impacting – positively -- on Japanese expatriates in China.…
 
Australian farmers are joining a regional push for the Turnbull Government to avoid making citizenship harder for migrants to obtain. The farmers say they worry about the effect on vital foreign workers. It comes as advocates call for an increase to the migrant intake to help revitalise regional Australia.…
 
Agriculture and manufacturing - once considered diminishing sectors - could soon become employers of choice for Australian job seekers. But they won't be traditional farm and factory jobs according to a landmark study exploring Australia's transforming workplaces and jobs market.
 
About 60 per cent of Australians take vitamin supplements, spending billions of dollars every year. But an international study has found some vitamin and mineral supplements do little to improve people's health and, in some cases, may actually increase the risk of death.
 
Parents who have outstanding child support debts are being stopped from traveling abroad, resulting in more than $10 million being recouped. What should you do if you owe your children the child support?
 
The decision by a Liberal MP to reveal a Chinese-Australian billionaire’s alleged links to a bribery scheme has reignited debate over politicians’ parliamentary privilege. It has also caused a new round of headaches for the Coalition Government, still trying to recover from recent questions over its relationship with China.…
 
An estimated 6 million people across Australia dedicate their time to volunteering, with 1 million of those born overseas. National Volunteer Week offers a good chance to look at the impact and contributions migrants are making as volunteers in one community.
 
Interviewee: Mr Deth Sisengrth, President for Lao Community Advancement, NSW Co-op Ltd (ທ່ານ ເດດ​ ສີ​ແສງ​ຣັດ ປະ​ທານ​ສະ​ມາ​ຄົມ​ສົ່​ງເສີມ​ຊຸມ​ຊົນ​ລາວ ຣັດ​ນີວ​ຊາວ​ແວນ​ລ໌) The latest Rental Affordability Index report shows Hobart is now Australia's least affordable capital city for tenants -- although renters in the rest of the country are not fari ...…
 
Amnesty International says Myanmar's army is not the only group that slaughtered civilians in the country's volatile west. In a new report, it has accused ethnic Rohingya ((roh-HIN-g'yuh)) militants of carrying out at least one brutal massacre when the long-running conflict in Rakhine ((ruh-HINE)) state exploded last year.…
 
Two sets of proposed federal tax cuts are back in the spotlight, one personal and one affecting Australian businesses. The Coalition's income-tax plan has passed the House of Representatives, but debate continues over a proposed cut to the company-tax rate.
 
Switzerland is not a country many people tip to win football's World Cup in Russia in June 2018. The Swiss are in a tough group alongside five-time champion Brazil. But some Swiss fans in Australia are suggesting underestimating the team would be a mistake. A few gathered in Sydney recently to look ahead to the World Cup and talk about what it ...…
 
More than one in five Australians now speaks a language besides English at home, marking a significant increase from 20 years ago, when it just over one in seven. Many of those languages are new to Australia, and numbers in the communities that speak them are growing. Tibetan, Hakha Chin and Mongolian are among seven new language groups being a ...…
 
The North Korea-US Summit scheduled for June 12, 2018 in Singapore from the beginning has been a shaky and complicated business. It has been cancelled but negotiation about it has never stopped. In fact both sides have been busy ever since. Even more busy after its cancellation by President Donald Trump. However it seems to be on the table agai ...…
 
There is continued uncertainty as to whether the US-North Korea summit is going ahead, but President Donald Trump has assured the public he'll know "next week". White House aides say they remain hopeful, with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggesting the US is prepared to walk away from nuclear negotiations with North Korea if the summit hea ...…
 
Australia has joined the United States, Britain and other nations criticising Cameroon’s human rights record, as almost a dozen of the country's Commonwealth Games athletes remain in Australia, some seeking protection visas. Claims of torture, arbitrary detention and attacks on civilians by security forces were raised at the United Nations revi ...…
 
Almost a third of Australians claim to have no religion, marking a huge change from the 1960s, when as many as 88 per cent identified as Christian. So why are today's Australians not as religious as their parents and grandparents?
 
Prayer is one of the five pillars of Islam. But practising Muslims often have trouble finding the time - and place - to pray. Makeshift prayer rooms are emerging across Australia in a concerted community effort to help...
 
The growing rift between Europe and the United States is showing little sign of stopping. With mounting disagreements and, now, a US threat to implement sanctions against European companies doing business with Iran, one of history's closest partnerships is being severely tested.
 
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has convened a special committee to consider the international risks of an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In its first meeting, the group will be asked if the outbreak should be declared an international health emergency. It comes after a case was confirmed in Mbandaka, [[m'ban-DAH-kuh]] ...…
 
The government is set to launch a national space agency, expected to provide thousands of jobs and capitalise on the billion-dollar sector. They say the Australian Space Agency ((ASA)) will have the resources it needs to make Australia a global competitor in the space industry.
 
North Korea has suspended talks with South Korea and threatened to cancel the planned summit with United States President Donald Trump. The reason given for cancelling the talks is the South's ongoing military exercises with the U-S. North Korea's state media also says the country may reconsider the summit in Singapore if the U-S insists North ...…
 
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