Social Affairs

China's largesse in Tonga threatens future of Pacific nation

Jul 10, 2019

China's largesse in Tonga threatens the future of the far-flung South Pacific kingdom

More than 20 reportedly killed in Papua New Guinea violence

Jul 10, 2019

More than 20 people including pregnant women and children have been killed in tribal violence in Papua New Guinea

China's largesse in Tonga threatens future of Pacific nation

Jul 10, 2019

China's largesse in Tonga threatens the future of the far-flung South Pacific kingdom

Detained Australian leaves North Korea, arrives in China

Jul 4, 2019

An Australian student has been released after a week in detention in North Korea and flew to Beijing, where he described his condition to reporters as "very good."

Australia proposes to ban extremists' return for 2 years

Jul 4, 2019

Australia's government has proposed new laws that would prevent extremist Australians from returning home for up to two years as the country prepares for the repatriation of Islamic State group supporters

Folau's controversial fund-raising page raises over $300,000

Jun 21, 2019

Israel Folau's controversial funding appeal has raised nearly 470,000 Australian dollars to help the former Australian rugby back pay his legal bills in his fight with Rugby Australia over his terminated contract

Former Bengal faces assault charges in American Samoa

Jun 6, 2019

Former Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Jonathan Fanene faces charges for using a pipe, golf club and broom handle to assault his wife and his sister over allegations he had an extramarital affair while on a trip to Hawaii, according to court documents

Prosecutors: Australian cardinal's convictions should stand

Jun 6, 2019

Australian prosecutors argued in an appeals court that child sex convictions against Catholic Cardinal George Pell should not be overturned and say his accuser was a compelling witness

Australian Cardinal Pell appeals child sex convictions

Jun 5, 2019

Lawyers for the most senior Roman Catholic found guilty of child sex abuse have argued in his appeal that he could not have molested two choirboys in an Australian cathedral undetected in an archbishop's robes

New Zealand's 1st 'well-being budget' targets mental health

May 30, 2019

New Zealand's government says it will spend billions of dollars more on mental health services and combatting child poverty as part of a new approach to its finances

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