Government And Politics

Historian appeals Australian court's palace letters ruling

Apr 10, 2018

A historian is appealing a court ruling keeping secret letters that might reveal what Queen Elizabeth II knew of her representative's plan to dismiss Australia's government more than 40 years ago

South Africa: big night at track, pool at Commonwealth Games

Apr 9, 2018

Akani Simbine and Henricho Bruintjies on the track and Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos in the pool gave South Africa a night to remember at the Commonwealth Games

Australian leader regrets setting opinion poll benchmark

Apr 9, 2018

Australia's prime minister says he regrets using a lengthy streak of bad opinion polls to justify ousting his predecessor three years ago

OFC appoints lawyer to probe 'potential wrongdoing'

Apr 9, 2018

OFC appoints lawyer to probe 'potential wrongdoing' after FIFA audit, delays presidential election

Norfolk Islanders claim rare medal on Australian mainland

Apr 8, 2018

Norfolk Islanders Ryan Dixon, Haydn Evans and Phillip Jones claimed a Commonwealth Games lawn bowls bronze medal on Australian mainland soil on Sunday. It was only the second game medal ever for the islanders, and was a very big moment.

Guam medical pot program at standstill without a testing lab

Apr 6, 2018

A Guam official says no one has applied for a license to set up an independent testing laboratory nearly two months after Gov. Eddie Calvo signed into law a bill implementing the rules for a medical marijuana program

Australia probes if Facebook data leaks broke privacy law

Apr 5, 2018

Australia probes if Facebook broke privacy law by disclosing data to Trump-linked consulting firm

Aboriginal activists use Commonwealth platform to protest

Apr 5, 2018

As an opening ceremony featuring symbolic tributes to Australia's indigenous people was getting underway, Aboriginal protesters were gathering outside the Commonwealth Games stadium to get a message across, too

Prince Charles lands in Australia for Commonwealth Games

Apr 4, 2018

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have landed under a gray sky that threatened rain in Brisbane city on the heir to the British throne's 16th visit to Australia

When drone imperiled New Zealand plane, nobody called police

Apr 3, 2018

Air New Zealand and air safety agencies sounded public alarms last week when a drone had a close call with a landing passenger plane, but none of them called police to find the perpetrator

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