Government And Politics

China-Australia rift deepens as Beijing tests overseas sway

Oct 3, 2019

Australia’s ban on Chinese telecoms giant Huawei’s involvement in its next-generation networks and its crackdown on foreign covert interference are testing Beijing’s efforts to project its power overseas

UK envoy tips trade deal with Australia months after Brexit

Sep 18, 2019

Britain's top trade envoy says she expects to strike a free trade deal with Australia within months of leaving the European Union

Fijian leader urges Australia to do more on climate change

Sep 16, 2019

Fiji's prime minister has used a state visit to urge Australia to take more ambitious actions to slash greenhouse gas emissions

2 British-Australians and Australian citizen held in Iran

Sep 11, 2019

Australia's government and media say two British Australians and a third Australians have been detained in Iran

Guam representative faces claim of misused campaign funds

Sep 9, 2019

Guam delegate to U.S. House of Representatives faces claim by former campaign official of misusing campaign funds

New Zealand gun buyback exposes emotions, possibly hustlers

Sep 3, 2019

Some New Zealand gun owners are upset they're being compelled to hand over their assault weapons for money

Australia cracks down on foreign interference at university

Aug 28, 2019

Australia has announced a task force to crack down on foreign governments' attempts to meddle in Australian universities as concerns grow over Chinese influence

New Zealand parliament speaker soothes baby as debate rages

Aug 23, 2019

New Zealand's parliament speaker was in action this week as a baby whisperer, rocking, feeding and burping a colleague's infant as a legislative debate raged

Vatican acknowledges the dismissal of Cardinal George Pell's appeal and notes he can take case to Australia's High Court

Aug 21, 2019

Vatican acknowledges the dismissal of Cardinal George Pell's appeal and notes he can take case to Australia's High Court

Australia proposes new laws to keep extremists in prison

Aug 1, 2019

The Australian government has introduced legislation to Parliament that would give authorities more power to keep extremists behind bars after they have served prison sentences if they are still considered dangerous

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