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Australians are people associated with the country of Australia, usually holding Australian citizenship. Australia is a multicultural society and has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 29 percent of the population as of 2017.

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Prince Charles hails enduring spirit of Australians who battled bushfires [Video]

Prince Charles hails enduring spirit of Australians who battled bushfires

The Prince of Wales has expressed his sympathy for those who suffered through the recent Australian bushfires, saying their ordeal must have seemed "like an apocalyptic vision of hell". Charles was..

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Coronavirus crisis: Food supplies in Australia adequate but warnings of longer-term supply impacts

Authorities have moved to reassure Australians the country won't run short on food, despite the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on supply chains here and abroad.
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Rights groups in Australia alarmed at new coronavirus police powers

Rights groups say the country needs strong government action during the coronavirus pandemic, but Australians should never forget their civil liberties.
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International travellers returning to Australia to be sent to quarantine facilities for two weeks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has praised the response of Australians to the coronavirus pandemic as "simply magnificent".
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All new arrivals to be sent to hotels for quarantine as military called in to enforce self-isolation rules

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has praised the response of Australians to the coronavirus pandemic as "simply magnificent".
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States urged to clamp down on Australians making regional trips to avoid coronavirus

Doctors have warned people against travelling to regional areas to escape the coronavirus pandemic as political leaders urge the public to stay at home and self-isolate.
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Coronavirus crisis spurs more Australians to reach out for mental health services

Kids Helpline says it's pleased people are reaching out during the COVID-19 pandemic as mental health organisations experience a rise in contacts.
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Evacuation flight for Australians trapped in Peru and Uruguay incoming, but many to be left behind

Two evacuation flights are scheduled to rescue hundreds of Australians stranded in Peru and Uruguay "in the coming days".
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How Australians are adapting to strict new rules for weddings and funerals

COVID-19 has dramatically changed Australia's weddings and funerals.
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It took this virus to expose our meanest streak - the pitiful Newstart allowance

As the virus pushes many more Australians out of work, the government is finally acknowledging dole payments were never enough to live on.
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8 in 10 Australians need to stay home to flatten the curve: new modelling

If only one in seven Australians stay at home, social-distancing measures will not work, new computer modelling shows.
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‘We need a Shane Fitzsimmons’: Government's latest coronavirus advice sparks confusion

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's announcement on further social distancing measures has been met with confusion after he told Australians to stay home, but defended allowing many businesses and..
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Stranded Australians told they'll be stuck stuck overseas for 'a longer period'

The Australian government is warning hundreds of thousands of Australians trapped overseas will be forced to stay where they are for "a longer period until departure can be arranged or border closures..
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Australians banned from leaving the country

All Australians will be barred from leaving the country to travel overseas, with small exceptions for some aid workers and vital government duties.
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Australians will be banned from leaving the country under new coronavirus measures

All Australians will be barred from leaving the country to travel overseas, with small exceptions for some aid workers and vital government duties.
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Scott Morrison tells Australians to stay home unless 'absolutely necessary' to go out

Scott Morrison has announced a range of new measures to stop people gathering, but shopping centres remain open.
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What is the coronavirus supplement and who is eligible?

As hundreds of thousands of Australians face unemployment, SBS News looks at who is eligible for government support.
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Why this week could define Australia's COVID-19 outbreak

The actions taken by Australians this week will define just how deadly the country's COVID-19 outbreak becomes, according to one doctor.
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Australian coronavirus cases spike, cruise with sick passengers denied entry

Australians began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday as coronavirus cases topped 1,600 and authorities denied entry to a cruise ship carrying hundreds on board complaining of respiratory..
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Stuart Robert backtracks on claim MyGov website crashed due to cyber attack

Thousands of Australians have queued around Centrelink offices across the country and the online portal for government services has crashed as people scramble to apply for benefits amid the coronavirus..
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Australians stuck on cruise ship off Argentina desperate to come home

Families of Australians stranded on the Ocean Atlantic expedition ship off the coast of Argentina are pleading with the Federal Government to bring them home.
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Australians trapped in Ecuador paint murals in return for accommodation during coronavirus lockdown

When an Australian couple found themselves without a place to stay as a result of the drastic COVID-19 measures in Quito, they rallied a group of almost 60 travellers to help keep a local hostel open.
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What you can and can't do under Australia's coronavirus shutdown

From midday Monday, Australians' way of life significantly changes.
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MyGov website crashes, queues outside Centrelink amid virus pandemic

Australians are unable to access the online portal for government services after the MyGov website crashed on Monday morning during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Who should be self-isolating in Australia and what does it actually involve?

Australians who need to self-isolate can now be fined or even face prison time if they don't comply with provisions designed to try and slow the spread of the coronavirus. Here's how they work.
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Australians stranded in Peru asked to pay $10,000 for delayed emergency flight home

Hundreds of Australians, including a 63-year-old woman who has been forced to delay her cancer surgery, remain stuck in Peru after it introduced strict border control measures to stem the spread of the..
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We must take social distancing rules seriously, or pay a terrible price

Many Australians seem to be carrying on with life as normal over the weekend. Unless we follow guidelines, our infection rates will rise dramatically.
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Brendan Murphy: the public face of Australia's fight against COVID-19

A senior, largely unrecognised, health bureaucrat has become the public face of the unprecedented threat facing the health of many Australians.
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Rejected by France, hell ship heads for Italy with Aussies still aboard

Dozens of Australians aboard the coronavirus-infested Costa Luminosa have been refused entry into France and will now sail with the ship to Italy, the virus' epicentre.
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'Our friend was one of the Australians to die from coronavirus - we're horrified'

As authorities battle a major health pandemic, one woman reflects on the ‘great times’ spent with the man who became Australia’s sixth COVID-19 fatality.
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Sales of children's paracetamol to be restricted as Australia's COVID-19 cases hit 565

Deputy chief medical officer Paul Kelly has urged Australians to stop stockpiling medications because of coronavirus.
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Australian athletes still planning to compete in Tokyo 2020 Olympics against travel advice

Australia is still planning to send athletes to Tokyo 2020, despite the Federal Government telling Australians not to leave the country.
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Australians could now face prison if they break new rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19

After declaring a national biosecurity emergency, the Australian government has extra powers to enable it to respond to the spread of the coronavirus. Here's what it means for you.
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'I just want to get home’: Australians abroad lament uncertain future amid COVID-19 lockdowns

Australians have been left frustrated and uncertain as tightening border controls leave them stranded in far-removed corners of the globe.
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'We feel abandoned': Australians stranded abroad plead for help during COVID-19 lockdowns

Australians have been left frustrated and uncertain as tightening border controls leave them stranded in locked-down countries.
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Calls for Australians to honour Anzacs from driveways, porches after service cancellations

With most public Anzac Day services either cancelled or significantly scaled back due to COVID-19, an idea that would see Australians mark the occasion from their own homes is gathering momentum.
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COVID-19: Aged care visits will be restricted to protect those most vulnerable

Australians visiting elderly relatives in aged care homes will be limited to short, two-person visits - once a day - under new federal government measures.
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Federal Government orders Australians not to travel overseas and bans indoor gatherings of 100 people or more

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a ban on indoor gatherings of 100 people or more and told Australians don't go overseas.
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'Help us bring them home': Australians trapped on floating prisons

Hundreds of Australians are trapped on cruise liners with no clue as to how or when they may get home, with ports locked down amid coronavirus panic.
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The PM has advised against all overseas travel and restricted indoor gatherings

The Prime Minister has lifted the Australian travel ban to Level 4 for all overseas travel. His major address from parliament house follows an overnight meeting with health officials and cabinet..
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'It's un-Australian, and it must stop': Scott Morrison tells Australians to cease panic buying

Aldi, Coles, IGA and Woolworths are asking customers to be considerate of each other and staff, as Scott Morrison calls on Australians to stop panic buying.
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More measures flagged to stem virus spread

Australians could face limits on the number of people allowed at hospitality venues as the government ups the ante on measures to stem coronavirus.
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Coronavirus updates LIVE: DFAT urges Australians to return home, COVID-19 cases spike in Indonesia

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has urged Australians travelling overseas to return home as soon as possible as countries around the world turn to lockdowns and more drastic precautionary..
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Australians overseas who want to come home advised to do so 'as soon as possible'

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is advising Australians abroad who want to return home to do so quickly, as more countries shut their borders to try and stop the spread of the coronavirus.
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Australians urged to be wary of coronavirus-related scams as shoppers turn online

As supermarket shelves deplete and Australians turn online to buy goods, Australia's competition watchdog is urging people to be wary of coronavirus-related scams.
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More than 100 Australians stuck on cruise ship

Dozens of Australian doctors, dentists and nurses are among those stuck aboard a cruise ship off the South American coast due to coronavirus fears.
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‘Australians will lose their jobs’: Federal Government weighs more stimulus to shield economy from COVID-19

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has signalled more economic stimulus measures as Australians brace for the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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