Australia Passport Office will no longer allow glasses in passport photos taken from 1 July 2018. More about passport photos
The Morrison Government will establish a new and innovative National Foundation for Australia-China Relations to strengthen one of Australia’s most significant bilateral relationships.
Today I announce the appointment of Mr Graham Fletcher as Australia’s next Ambassador to China.
Australia and Hong Kong have today signed the Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement (A‑HKFTA) and associated Investment Agreement, securing more certainty and opportunities for Australian farmers, businesses and investors.
The Australian and Hong Kong governments have agreed on interim measures to allow Australian horses to race in Hong Kong under agreed biosecurity conditions that will permit the horses to be exported back to Australia. The arrangement is intended to minimise the impact of the suspension of direct horse imports from Hong Kong to Australia, in place since October 2017.
Speech: Australian Consul-General Michaela Browning, to the Australia Day Reception on 24 January 2019
Hong Kong SAR’s Chief Secretary, Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, has praised the contribution of Australia’s large Hong Kong-based community at an official celebration marking Australia’s national day.
Making a video call with Aussie Santa Claus
Creativity from Hong Kong student for the festive season
Santa taking a video call with Hong Kong children while he is enjoying Australia’s beach with kangaroo and koala is the winning image of My Australian Christmas Card 2018.
Australia and Hong Kong have concluded negotiations on the Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement (FTA), marking a significant milestone in our already substantial trade and investment relationship.
Australian students continue to seize opportunities to live, study and undertake language training and internships in Hong Kong under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan mobility program.
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