The Federal Government will help evacuate the hundreds of Australians stranded on the Diamond Princess cruise ship off Japan. More than 200 Australians stranded on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan will be flown back to Australia. Returning Australians will have to spend two weeks in quarantine in Darwin before returning home. An Australian Medical Assistance Team (AUSMAT) is scheduled to depart this evening and will aim at collecting and returning all 209 people stranded off the coast of Japan on the Diamond Princes cruise ship.
#Australian Moto2 rider Remy Gardner involved in nasty crash #Australia’s Women Footballers Get Equal Pay Deal for a Landmark of gender equality in sports #Vow and Declare won the Australia’s most popular horse race the Melbourne Cup 2019 #Man arrested after alleged street racing led to driver crashing car into Stobie pole at Mile End South #Glenn Maxwell to take a short break from cricket due to difficulties with mental health #An allegedly drunk P-plater has lost his licence after crashing on tram tracks in the city. #Man who allegedly threatened police with an axe shot dead #China and US agreed to a tariff rollback in phase one trade if the deal is completed #Hundreds of koalas feared dead in blaze. #Australian veteran Les Arnel dies