Government And Politics

Australian lawmakers debate banning sex with staff members

Feb 9, 2018

The prime minister has talked down the need in Australia for a U.S.-style ban on legislators having sex with staff, but declined to say whether he had intervened in his deputy's relationship with a press secretary

Australia PM confronts scandal over deputy's extramarital affair

Feb 9, 2018

US-AUSTRALIA-POLITICS-JOYCE:Australia PM confronts scandal over deputy's extramarital affair

Australian premier to apologize to child sex abuse victims

Feb 8, 2018

Australia's prime minister says he will apologize to victims of child sex abuse in churches and other institutions

Australia's Aboriginal life expectancy gap widens

Feb 8, 2018

A report has found that Australia has failed to close the gap between the life expectancies of its Aboriginal and non-indigenous people and the difference is widening

Support for Australian PM hits 10-month high, raises prospect of an early election

Feb 5, 2018

US-AUSTRALIA-POLITICS:Support for Australian PM hits 10-month high, raises prospect of an early election

England 8-wicket winner in T20 tour match vs PM XI

Feb 2, 2018

Opener David Willey has hit Australia test offspinner Nathan Lyon for 34 runs in one over to lead England to a Twenty20 victory over an Australian Prime Minister's XI by eight wickets in Canberra

Aussie anti-gay marriage opponent attends same-sex wedding

Feb 2, 2018

A former Australian prime minister who was a leader of the national campaign against gay marriage last year has attended the same-sex wedding of his lesbian sister in Sydney.

AP Interview: New Zealand urges North Korea 'de-escalation'

Feb 2, 2018

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her country should maintain a close relationship with the U.S. even if they don't always agree

Secret service seizes documents from Australian broadcaster

Feb 1, 2018

Australian secret service officers have seized hundreds of classified documents from Australian Broadcasting Corp. bureaus in three cities as part of a probe into how top-secret government papers were mistakenly sold with two discarded filing cabinets

Australia tightens foreign investment rules on power, farms

Feb 1, 2018

The Australian government has announced tighter controls on foreign investment in electricity grids and farmland two years after Chinese buyers were blocked from high-profile corporate takeovers in both sectors

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