Clive Palmer has signalled he will support restoring temporary protection visas only if the Abbott government removes asylum seeker children from Christmas Island and Nauru.
Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek has defended mistakenly calling Africa a country instead of a continent, saying but said the government's $7 billion cut to foreign aid is the real embarrassment.
“I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic State, because of your insistence on continuing your bombings,” says Steven Sotloff’s murderer into a video camera before he kills the young journalist.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has condemned the killing of another journalist by Islamic State extremists as “a despicable and barbaric murder”.
A career diplomat has become the newest member of the public service's top tier.
Victorian schools are increasingly using plagiarism detection software to mark students' work and ensure their assignments are not copied from the internet.
English stayer Mukhadram and Hong Kong galloper Dan Excel head the weights for this year's $3.5m Caulfield Cup but as they are doubtful starters weights are likely to be raised two kilos at declaration time.
One of the most outspoken voices in the online piracy debate, Village Roadshow co-chairman Graham Burke, has reversed his decision to boycott a public forum on copyright infringement hosted by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The release of a video that appears to show the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff by Islamic State "abundantly justifies" Australia's military involvement in Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said.
AGED Care facility Warrigal will open up the communication throughout the region on changes to the country's aged ...
ANCHORS Aweigh Art Studio is celebrating its first year of trade with a party.