Beijing officials have fired a new swipe at Australia over alleged war crimes after Foreign Minister Marise Payne reiterated her “grave concerns” for human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The former WA MP has raised the alarm over the Morrison Government ‘unnecessarily offending our largest customer’, warning Australia may face more trade sanctions if the relationship is not repaired.
Scott Morrison says the selection of Mathias Cormann as the new head of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is a ‘recognition of Australia’s global agency’.
The former Liberal senator is the new leader of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, in what is a major coup for Australia.
Scott Morrison has played down Italy blocking a quarter of a million vaccines from Australia saying the Federal Government had anticipated problems like this could arise.
Mathias Cormann sees his candidacy for OECD secretary-general as a bridge between Europe and an expanding Indo-Pacific region.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
The US Senate has acquitted Donald Trump of inciting the horrific attack on the Capitol, concluding a historic impeachment trial that exposed the fragility of America’s democratic traditions.
The question remains, has this all been just theatre before an inevitable finding of “not guilty” as Trump-faithful Republicans stand by their man?
Donald Trump’s impeachment lawyers accused Democrats of waging a campaign of ‘hatred against the former president as they sped through their defence
Australians will not be safe from COVID-19 until the whole world is vaccinated, experts say, something that will take more than six years to do at the current rate.
The US Senate has resolved to proceed with Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial. A 13-minute video chronicling the capital riots was played to argue why the former president had a case to answer.
Australia is doing its share of the “heavy lifting” in defending the region alongside the US, Scott Morrison says.
The PM said the pair discussed a range of issues including how to achieve net zero emissions through technology and also stability in our region, including China.
In her first interview since being appointed shadow minister for resources, Madeleine King says repairing Australia’s fractured relationship with China should be paramount.
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has had her first talk with the US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, reaffirming the alliance in the face of “challenges in the Indo-Pacific”.
Jacinda Ardern is ‘disappointed’ in the decision to close the Australian border to New Zealand, declaring the move pushed back the possibility of a two-way travel bubble being established.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is willing to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but only if there are no preconditions to holding the talks.
Sarah Ison and Daniel McCulloch
Opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial for Donald Trump on the charge of incitement of insurrection for the Capitol riot will begin the week of Feb. 8.
With her powerful words and composed delivery, Amanda Gorman pulled focus at the Biden inauguration - and within hours she was a bestselling author.
Singers Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez nearly stole the show at the US President Biden's inauguration, performing with passion and style.
Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese have joined world leaders in congratulating and welcoming the arrival of US President Joe Biden, with some expressing hope of renewed global cooperation.
Joe Biden’s inaugural address marked just the first act in the most challenging start to an American presidency in centuries.
Joe Biden’s entered the White House after being sworn in as the 46th US President. He wasted no time getting to work, signing his first executive orders and reversing some of Trump's policies.
Trevor Hunnicutt, Patricia Zengerle and Jarrett Renshaw
Labor MP Patrick Gorman reveals why Western Australia should be a huge beneficiary of Joe Biden’s presidency.
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