Incoming prime minister says if Malcolm Turnbull restricts her citizens, she will do the same to Australian students
The incoming New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, hopes the Turnbull government does not go ahead and restrict New Zealanders from university courses in Australia as she may be forced to end a reciprocal arrangement.
Ardern told Sky News on Sunday she hoped the mutual access continued. “But if we do find New Zealanders aren’t able to access tertiary education the same way as Australians currently do, there will be flow-on effects here,” she said.
Australian Conservatives leader won’t concede defeat and says political correctness forcing people to hide how they voted
Cory Bernardi does not accept there will be an overwhelming “yes” vote in the same-sex marriage postal survey, with more than 70% of forms returned.
The Australian Conservatives leader said he believed people were pressured by political correctness and were saying they voted “yes”, even if they had voted “no”.
Presidents gather for fundraiser for those affected by hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
The five living former US presidents made a rare appearance together on stage on Saturday night at a fundraiser for those affected by recent hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
It was a show of unity and compassion after a week in which Barack Obama and George W Bush broke an unwritten rule to deliver implicit criticism of the present occupant of the White House.
A few years ago, researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) started developing what they eventually dubbed the "world's most rapid" allergy test. Now, that test has received the FDA's approval and will start telling…
South Australian police say man deliberately drove into an officer who tried to pull him over at Mitchell Park
Elite South Australian police have shot dead a man who was wanted for earlier crashing his van into an officer.
Assistant commissioner Noel Bamford told reporters a full investigation would be conducted into the incident at the Tollgate Motel at Glen Osmond on Saturday night.
A £3m investment will “ensure prison officers have the right resources for the job”, the government says.
Energy minister says he believes Labor and Coalition can agree on reliability obligations but differ on emissions targets
The energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, has stopped short of guaranteeing prices will come down under the Turnbull government’s new energy policy, but says he’s “absolutely confident” power prices will fall.
Frydenberg also indicated the major parties might be able to come to terms on the mechanism, which imposes reliability and emissions reduction obligations on electricity retailers.
A woman is arrested on suspicion of murder after an 18-month-old boy falls from a window in Bradford.
The party wants six changes to the repeal bill, including Parliament approval of the exit agreement.
President Trump on Oct. 21 tweeted that he will release the final batch of files related to former president John F. Kennedy’s assassination.