Social Affairs

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

Former NBC host Matt Lauer can keep New Zealand ranch

Jun 8, 2018

Former "Today" host Matt Lauer can keep a lakeside ranch in New Zealand after authorities there concluded there wasn't enough evidence to say he'd breached a "good character" condition

Ex-trash collector, theology student earns Wallabies call up

Jun 7, 2018

A former trash collector and theology student has earned a starting place in Australia's front row for the series-opening rugby test against Six Nation champion Ireland

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

Biographer: Animosity toward US drives Philippine president

Jun 1, 2018

The author of the first biography of Rodrigo Duterte says the maverick Philippine president is gravitating toward China partly because of a personal animosity toward the United States and its criticism of his human rights record

Fiji prosecutors appeal verdicts in newspaper sedition case

Jun 1, 2018

Prosecutors in Fiji are appealing a judge's acquittal of an opinion writer and a newspaper publisher on sedition charges

Churches, Scouts and YMCA join Australian abuse redress plan

May 31, 2018

Four in five victims of child sexual abuse in Australian institutions will be eligible for compensation after three churches, the Scouts movement and the YMCA joined a redress plan

Australian Senate to vote in June on corporate tax cuts

May 28, 2018

The Australian government has announced the Senate will vote in June on cutting corporate tax rates after an opinion poll suggested the contentious reform had popular public support

Australian lawmaker accuses billionaire in UN bribe scandal

May 23, 2018

An Australian government lawmaker has accused a China-born Australian billionaire who generously donates to Australian political parties of conspiring to bribe a top United Nations official

Australian archbishop steps down after cover-up conviction

May 23, 2018

An Australian archbishop says he will stand aside but does not intend to resign after becoming the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse

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