The Maori Party believe a national conversation on changing New Zealand's name to Aotearoa is inevitable.
The Queensland government could call in a controversial application to build coal power station submitted to a council by a company owned by Clive Palmer.
A ‘significant’ amount of a new vaccine has arrived in the nation’s capital as the territory records 16 Covid-19 cases.
New World Health Organisation data has fuelled hope Australia could soon follow a global trend in the fight against Delta.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he continues to be rebuffed in his attempts to speak directly with France’s President Emmanuel Macron over Australia’s decision to tear up a key defence deal.
Scott Morrison has made a disappointing admission about French President Emmanuel Macron during his trip to Washington.
Mr Morrison this morning met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell along with other key US politicians.
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Trade Minister Dan Tehan has downplayed the damage done to Australia’s Free Trade Agreement with the EU after scrapping the French submarine deal, and said Australia would have reacted the same way.
A bottle of Margaret River’s finest will be served when Prime Minister Scott Morrison dines with his British counterpart Boris Johnson in the US later today.
Brazil's health minister has tested positive for COVID-19 after appearing with President Jair Bolsonaro the United Nations General Assembly.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was ‘confident that we can avoid the conflict that we all want to avoid’.
Scott Morrison has advanced Australia’s resources sector in a meeting with US President Joe Biden, saying the nation ‘wants to play a critical role’ in clean energy technologies.
Scott Morrison has spoken from New York, addressing conflict with China as tensions grow between Beijing and Australia.
An attempted coup has been thwarted in Sudan, the army and prime minister say.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and US President Joe Biden have emerged from their first face-to-face meeting in New York following Mr Biden’s address to the UN General Assembly.
A coup attempt in Sudan by soldiers of the armoured corps has failed, officials say.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with Rupert Murdoch’s right-hand man, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, for a private dinner in New York.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has touched down in the US ahead of a week of critical security talks – but conceded he was unable to secure one important meeting.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has jetted into John F. Kennedy airport amid a furore and continued tensions over Australia’s decision to tear up a $90 billion submarine deal with France.
The Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Beatrice of York, has given birth to her first child — a baby girl.
A student has opened fire at a university in the Russian city of Perm, killing at least eight people and wounding several others, law enforcement officials say.
A Duncraig man and his wife, who were sentenced to death in Thailand over an alleged failed bid to smuggle 500kg of crystal meth have been sensationally cleared after four years in a Bangkok jail.
Australia’s largest regional airline has declared Covid-19 vaccines will be mandatory for all frontline staff.
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