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Australian senator slammed over mosque shooting comments

Apr 2, 2019

The Australian senator whose comments about the New Zealand mosque shootings led to him having an egg cracked on his head by a teenage boy has faced a stinging attack in the first sitting of Australia's Parliament since last month's attacks

Family asks Australian gov't to help man leave Egypt

Apr 2, 2019

The family of an Australian man who was detained for a year and now is unable to leave Egypt has called on the Australian government to help get him out of the country

New Zealand initiates bill to ban guns used in mosque attack

Apr 1, 2019

New Zealand's government has introduced a bill it plans to rush into law that would ban the weapons a gunman used to kill 50 people at two mosques

14-man Blues beat Stormers, Rebels rule Reds in Super Rugby

Mar 30, 2019

After being immersed in the aftermath of tragedy for two weeks, Sonny Bill Williams came off the bench to create a try which helped seal a 24-9 win by the 14-man Blues over the Stormers in Super Rugby on Saturday

'It doesn't open': Mosque survivors describe terror at door

Mar 28, 2019

Survivors of the mosque attacks in New Zealand have described confusion and terror at a door they couldn't open on one side of the main prayer room in the Al Noor mosque

Australian PM rules out minor party deal to protect gun laws

Mar 28, 2019

Australia's prime minister has ruled out any vote-sharing deal with an influential minor party in a bid to protect the nation's strict gun controls

Australian reporters charged over Pell gag order violations

Mar 27, 2019

High-profile Australian journalists face possible prison sentences after being ordered to appear in court next month for allegedly breaching a gag order on reporting about Cardinal George Pell's convictions on charges of sexually molesting two choirboys

Australian party accused of asking US gun lobby for money

Mar 27, 2019

Australia's prime minister has accused an influential minor political party of trying to "sell Australia's gun laws to the highest bidders" by asking the U.S. gun lobby for donations

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism

Mar 26, 2019

An Australian rules football team has taken a stand against racist abuse of players by producing a video that features indigenous leaders at the club explaining why derogatory terms are insulting to the people being vilified

'Egg Boy' teen defends egging anti-Muslim Australian senator

Mar 25, 2019

An Australian teen known around the world as "Egg Boy" has conceded that egging a far-right senator was not the right thing to do, but says the gesture united a world reeling from a white supremacist's alleged massacre of 50 Muslims in New Zealand

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