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MELBOURNE

Ports operator DP World halted internet connectivity at its terminals in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle on Friday to prevent "any ongoing unauthorized access" to its network, a company spokesperson said.
ASIA PACIFIC / Crime & Legal
Nov 12, 2023
Australia ports firm fights to restore operations after cyber incident
Cybersecurity experts said inadequate safeguards and the stockpiling of sensitive customer information have made Australia a lucrative target for hackers.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Jan 11, 2023
Melbourne Victory handed heavy fine and sanctions for pitch invasion
City goalkeeper Tom Glover was left bloodied after being struck in the face by a metal bucket as Victory fans stormed the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium pitch.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Dec 19, 2022
Australian soccer does not have culture of crowd trouble, says CEO
Melbourne City goalkeeper Tom Glover was concussed after being struck in the face by a metal bucket full of sand during the weekend's abandoned Melbourne derby.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Dec 18, 2022
Football Australia pledges to "weed out" hooligans after pitch invasion
The pitch invasion occurred amid a fan backlash against the A-League's decision to sell its men's and women's title-deciding Grand Final matches to Sydney until 2025.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Oct 16, 2022
Australian leader tours flood-hit Victoria state as evacuations underway
The crisis comes after Australia's eastern states suffered severe flooding in early 2022 as the country endures a third consecutive La Nina weather event.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Apr 22, 2022
Urawa Reds lose first while Melbourne City remain unbeaten in ACL
Urawa began the campaign with two wins from two but are now level on points with Daegu in the Group F rankings.
Japan Times
TENNIS
Jan 15, 2022
All to play for as Novak Djokovic returns to immigration detention facility
The saga that has dominated headlines worldwide for the past week could reach its climax on Sunday, when a court convenes to hear the 34-year-old's appeal.
Japan Times
TENNIS
Oct 25, 2021
Unvaccinated players may be able to compete at Australian Open
Unvaccinated players will need to complete 14 days of quarantine and undergo regular testing.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Sep 22, 2021
Shallow 6.0-magnitude earthquake rattles southeast Australia
The tremor was one of the country's biggest quakes on record, causing damage to buildings in Melbourne, its second-largest city. and sending tremors throughout neighboring states.
Japan Times
WORLD
Aug 13, 2021
Worst COVID-19 crisis yet risks erasing Australia’s pandemic gains
The situation is putting Australia — which had driven locally acquired cases to zero just a few months ago — in the worst of both worlds.
Japan Times
TENNIS
Jan 5, 2021
Australian Open players to be shifted to new quarantine hotel
Australian Open organizers have been forced to tear up a quarantine accommodation plan for international players a month before the Grand Slam following a threat of legal action from apartment owners at a luxury hotel in Melbourne.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Oct 29, 2020
Infection-free city ventures outside as Melbourne's lockdown ends
European countries that had similar caseloads a few months ago but ended their restrictions are now struggling with an explosion of new cases.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC / Science & Health
Aug 4, 2020
Australian state to deploy military and impose hefty fines to enforce virus isolation
Australia's second-most populous state, Victoria, said Tuesday that military personnel will be deployed to enforce COVID-19 isolation orders, with anyone caught in breach of those rules facing tough new fines.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC / FOCUS
Jul 31, 2020
Deadly Australia flareup shows limits of locking down again
Australia’s second lockdown in the city of Melbourne seems to be failing to slow the coronavirus’ spread, a sign that governments are running out of options to contain the pathogen as it reemerges across the globe.
Japan Times
BASKETBALL
Jul 20, 2020
Yudai Baba excited about new challenge with NBL's Melbourne United
Yudai Baba's ultimate goal is to earn a spot on an NBA team in the future.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Jul 20, 2020
Australia's top doctor warns virus flare-up will take weeks to tame
A surge in COVID-19 cases in Australia's second-biggest city could take weeks to subside despite a lockdown and orders to wear masks, Australia's acting chief medical officer said on Monday as the country braces for a second wave of infections.
Japan Times
BASKETBALL
Jul 19, 2020
Yudai Baba signs with NBL's Melbourne United
The Akatsuki Five star's next destination will be Australia following a season with the Texas Legends in the NBA G League.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC / FOCUS
Jul 18, 2020
How blind spots with Melbourne’s migrants sparked virus crisis
For months, Girmay Mengesha has been an unofficial translator and health adviser in the public-housing tower he shares with hundreds of migrants in Melbourne.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Jul 8, 2020
The mistakes that pushed an Australian city back into lockdown
All it took was missteps in the handling of travelers returning from overseas and complacency in a handful of neighborhoods to plunge Australia’s second-largest city into lockdown for the second time in four months.
Japan Times
ASIA PACIFIC
Jun 24, 2020
Australia reports first COVID-19 death in over a month as second wave worries grow
Australia's second most populous state on Wednesday said a man in his 80s died overnight from the coronavirus, the country's first death from the virus in more than a month, as concerns about a second wave of infections saw thousands queue for COVID-19 tests and supermarkets impose new restrictions.

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