Australian senator argues for burqa ban in public places

Sep 14, 2017

An Australian senator who a month ago provoked an angry backlash by wearing a burqa in Parliament has urged lawmakers to ban full-face Islamic coverings in public places

Australians to soon post ballots in gay marriage survey

Sep 12, 2017

Australians will soon begin receiving their postal ballots on legalizing gay marriage as a new opinion poll shows that most of those who intend to vote over the next month are in favor of marriage equality

Australian court dismisses challenge to gay marriage survey

Sep 7, 2017

Australia's highest court has cleared the way for the government to conduct a public survey on whether gay marriage should be legalized

Egypt's Coptic pope meets Australian prime minister

Sep 6, 2017

Pope Tawadros II has met with Australia's prime minister and senior government officials during the first visit to the country by the spiritual leader of Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church.

Australia's top court hears bid to stop gay marriage survey

Sep 5, 2017

Gay rights advocates are going to Australia's highest court in a bid to prevent the government from surveying the public on whether gay marriage should be legalized

Australian government open to CBS takeover of local network

Aug 29, 2017

Australia's communication's minister says he doesn't have a preference for who owns Australian broadcaster Ten Network, with U.S. giant CBS Corp. making a takeover offer while a bid by local moguls remains stymied in the Senate

Tonga's king dissolves parliament and orders new elections

Aug 25, 2017

The king of the small Pacific nation of Tonga has taken the extraordinary step of dissolving the nation's parliament and ordering new elections

Australian PM: Tony Abbott was once too drunk for Parliament

Aug 25, 2017

Australia's prime minister confirms predecessor and intra-party rival Tony Abbott had once been too drunk to vote in Parliament, an incident that's been a poorly kept secret in political circles for eight years

AP Explains: How ban on dual-citizen lawmakers vexes Aussies

Aug 22, 2017

A 116-year-old constitutional ban on dual citizens sitting in Parliament is a problem Australia didn't know it had until recently, but now it may struggle to fix it

3rd Australian minister could be fired over dual citizenship

Aug 17, 2017

A third Australian government minister has revealed she might have been unlawfully elected to Parliament because of a constitutional ban on dual citizens that has snared six lawmakers since July in an unprecedented political crisis

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