Government And Politics

Australia officials work with social media to safeguard poll

Apr 18, 2019

Australian electoral authorities say they have for the first time set up a cybersecurity task force and are working with social media companies to tackle misinformation in the run up to general elections on May 18.

New Zealand officer guilty of planting camera in embassy

Apr 18, 2019

Senior New Zealand naval officer guilty of placing spy camera in Washington embassy bathroom

New Zealand, Red Cross at odds over naming captive nurse

Apr 16, 2019

New Zealand's government says it did not approve an aid agency's decision to release the name of a New Zealand nurse held captive by the Islamic State group in Syria

Australia PM: Islamic State orphans face hurdles to return

Apr 16, 2019

Australia's prime minister says hurdles remain to repatriating three orphaned Australian children of a convicted terrorist from a Syrian refugee camp and national security interests must come first

Guam hospital receives additional $2.4M in Medicare funds

Apr 15, 2019

Guam hospital receives $2.4M boost in Medicare funds following changes to federal payment rates

Media lawyers in Australian court over Cardinal gag order

Apr 15, 2019

Dozens of Australian journalists and major media organizations have been represented by lawyers in a court on charges relating to breaches of a gag order on reporting about Cardinal George Pell's convictions for sexually molesting two choirboys

Red Cross, New Zealand hope for info on nurse held in Syria

Apr 15, 2019

Government, Red Cross hope for information on New Zealand nurse held captive by the Islamic State group in Syria for almost six years

Shooting at Australia nightclub leaves 1 dead, 1 critical

Apr 14, 2019

Police say a drive-by shooting outside a popular Melbourne nightclub in Australia has left one man dead, another critically wounded and two others injured

Australia opposes death penalty as Assange supporters march

Apr 12, 2019

Australia says it will oppose the death penalty for Julian Assange if he's extradited to the United States, as protesters in Sydney called for his release and Australia's journalists' union voiced support for him

Geoffrey Rush wins case against Sydney newspaper publisher

Apr 11, 2019

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has won his defamation case against a Sydney newspaper publisher and journalist over reports he had been accused of inappropriate behavior toward an actress

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