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Former defence minister David Johnston is being tipped to fill the role of Australia's consul-general to Hong Kong and Macau.
Robert is fighting to save his ministerial career after revelations of a “personal” trip to Beijing in August 2014 to celebrate a deal involving Nimrod Resources, an Australian mining company headed by major Liberal party donor Paul Marks.
the liberal party cronies made out the instant noodle billionaire would be a cheapskate like the scoundrels they were.
Poor Greg Hunt. No one deserves this. Least of all Greg.
The Best Minister in the World?
Imagine his return to the Cabinet room.
Four Australians with better human rights credentials than Philip Ruddock
I have given up on reporting on all the climatic storms around the globe. But a couple of "big" ones have forced me to get on deck.
Here we have a "massive storm" on the US coast that did a bit of damage to one of the cattle-class ships for tourists, plus a storm in the UK where the winds and rain are yet again creating more floods. Imagine the waves approaching Scotland towering about 19 metres! (that's about 65 feet). At present these monster waves are diminishing to 12 then 8 metre waves in the next couple of days.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop – and others in the Government – have made a number of contradictory statements about the legal basis for Australia to bomb Syria. Barrister James O'Neill reports.
Donald Trump certainly isn't trying to hedge on whether he'd support using waterboarding to combat terrorism.
Quite the contrary.
World Rugby is investigating whether New Zealand's dramatic last-gasp pool draw with Australia at the Sydney Sevens came with eight Kiwi players on the field.