Government And Politics

Aussie troops criticized for flying Nazi flag in Afghanistan

Jun 14, 2018

Australia's prime minister has joined critics of Australian Special Forces troops who were photographed more than a decade ago flying a Nazi flag from a vehicle while on patrol in Afghanistan

Australia PM will make national apology to sex abuse victims

Jun 13, 2018

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will deliver a national apology to child sex abuse victims in October after a long-running inquiry heard allegations against government and private institutions and prominent individuals

Made-for-TV summit puts Trump the Showman in spotlight

Jun 13, 2018

Made-for-TV summit puts Trump the Showman in spotlight

New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern to stay put as birth nears

Jun 11, 2018

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she plans to remain within driving distance of Auckland for the rest of this week as she prepares to give birth

Australia wants foreign interference laws in place in June

Jun 8, 2018

Australia's attorney general has urged Parliament to pass anti-foreign interference laws this month ahead of five by-elections scheduled for late July

The Latest: Facebook to end partnership with China's Huawei

Jun 7, 2018

Facebook says it will end its data partnership with Huawei by the end of this week following a backlash over the Chinese phone maker's access to Facebook user data

Australia says wine delays at China ports are 'irritation'

Jun 6, 2018

Australia's trade minister says weeks of delays at Chinese ports of Australian wine exports are an "irritation" in a bilateral trade relationship that is thriving despite diplomatic tensions

Australian playwright disappointed censors axed Beijing play

Jun 5, 2018

Renowned Australian playwright David Williamson says he is disappointed Chinese censors have canceled a production of his play "The Removalists" officially because of bad language and violence

Qantas bends to Beijing by describing Taiwan as Chinese

Jun 5, 2018

Australia's foreign minister has expressed concern at Qantas Airways' decision to describe Taiwan as Chinese territory after pressure from Beijing

Australia's largest bank to pay $531 million compliance fine

Jun 4, 2018

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has agreed to pay a $531 million fine for failing to comply with measures to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing

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