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The Australian Government has announced the selection of over 500 Indonesian students as “Australia Awards” recipients in 2014.
“Australia’s Ambassador to Indonesia Greg Moriarty was today called in to a meeting with the Secretary-General of the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to discuss Indonesia’s concerns about media allegations of intelligence activity by Australia. Ambassador Moriarty took careful note of the issues raised and will report back to the Australian Government.”
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australia-Indonesia Institute invite applications for the Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award.
Indonesia’s infrastructure could benefit from new research into next-generation construction materials, according to a top Australian engineer. Jakarta’s bridges, flyovers, and high-rise buildings could be built using new concrete materials that are both stronger and more environmentally friendly.
The Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Greg Moriarty and AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 Local Organising Committee Chief Executive Officer Michael Brown today issued an invitation to Indonesian football fans to travel to Australia for the Asian Cup in January 2015.
Immigration services to Australia and New Zealand from Bali will be broadened through a new visa centre opening from August 29.
Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) today confirmed the transfer to Papua New Guinea (PNG) of an 11th group of 40 asylum seekers subject to the regional settlement arrangement.
Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship today confirmed the second and third transfers of family groups under the regional settlement arrangement (RSA) to Nauru.
Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship has confirmed the first transfer of family groups under the Regional Settlement Arrangement (RSA) to the regional processing centre in Nauru.
Australia Awards promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through Australia’s extensive scholarship programs.