With Labor scheduled to reveal the final details of their climate policy before next week, the Greens are exercising their bartering skills to secure markers for a renewable energy policy that could come into effect should Labor win the upcoming election.
Maybe they were given too many choices. After all, you wouldn’t expect a group of children staring through the glass at eight different flavours of ice cream to reach consensus on a single dessert choice, would you?
Trump is a big step closer to fulfilling one of his signature campaign promises — building a secure wall along the US border with Mexico.
Do you know what your ancestors were up to 500 years ago? Of course not. But regardless of your ethnic makeup, odds are many of your ancient ancestors engaged in practices we might find distasteful and often even criminal today.
As a spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs told AAP: ‘The Australian government categorically rejects any allegation that it sought somehow to interfere in the US presidential election.’
Shrugging off the usual protests from China’s government, the US has underlined its support for the independent nation of Taiwan by again sending military ships through the Taiwan Strait.
The Special Counsel has wrapped up his onerous two-year long investigation. And — as widely expected outside alt-left circles — concluded that President Donald Trump was wholly innocent of colluding with Russia to win the 2016 election.
For society to keep moving forward, we need to walk as slow as our slowest person. It’s why we have speed limits, drug and alcohol limits, and age restrictions on films. On Thursday, the New Zealand minority government, headed by Labour Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, announced semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles would be banned.
Donald Trump’s opponents will need to fabricate new allegations in their smear campaign against the US president. And rest assured, they will. But for today, the alt-left and their media mouthpieces have been left unusually muted as they digest the bitter truth of Trump’s innocence.
European leaders have begrudgingly offered the UK several weeks to ease itself out of the bloc. If all had gone according to plan — and voters’ wishes — the UK would be exiting the EU in an orderly fashion next Friday.
If North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was hoping that he could soften up US President Donald Trump with a few face-to-face meetings and some minor steps towards dismantling his nation’s nuclear weapons programs, he’ll be a disappointed despot today.
US President Donald Trump has made it tremendously clear he has nothing to hide in relation to allegations of collusion with the Russians to win the 2016 election. Trump dismissed the very existence of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report as ‘ridiculous’.
US President Donald Trump is the first world leader with the gumption to take on China over a range of unfair trade practices. He’s made some tough demands for Beijing to meet in order to lift the US$200 billion worth of tariffs he imposed on Chinese imports.
Many Italians feel overwhelmed by the influx over the past several years. And Italy’s new government is determined to demonstrate that its borders mean something.
With Trump at the helm, the US has ‘stepped up’ 40 years of colloquial ties with Taiwan, as well as entering a trade dispute with China.
Yesterday Erdogan again displayed his propensity to promote violence, drawing in Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who finds his latest death threat to supposed anti-Muslim Australians as ‘deeply offensive’.
Following the play by play in the Brexit negotiations is a bit like watching a game of table tennis. Follow along too closely and you’re likely to get a headache. And if anyone has a headache over the latest constitutional crisis, it’s Prime Minister Theresa May.
Just three days after the horrendous massacre at two mosques in Christchurch left 50 people dead, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed New Zealand will toughen its gun laws.
Obtaining a visa to the US is no easy thing. And over the past few years, the process has only become costlier and more difficult. Australians, however, have had an exclusive advantage over the rest of the world in seeking to work in the US. However, this could soon change.
US President Donald Trump is not one to accept no for an answer. So when the US Congress voted ‘no’ on his emergency declaration over the growing crisis on the southern US border, he was quick to double down.
After months of punishing tariffs and painstaking negotiations, China has agreed to meet a number of Trump’s demands to level the playing field on international trade. But the Chinese aren’t going far enough yet.
If UK Prime Minister Theresa May only had the wisdom to listen to US President Donald Trump’s advice, the Brexit negotiations would have been long over. The UK would be free of the EU’s control over its trade and immigration policies. And the world could move on.
US President Donald Trump took his sweet time appointing a new ambassador to Australia. The post, in fact, had been vacant for more than two and a half years. Since September 2016. But it is vacant no more.
When a nation of 23 million people declares itself to be an independent country, are they? Not according to the Chinese government. And the prospects of a military invasion of the island nation remain very real.
Just two weeks from now, the Brexit process should have been done and dusted. But 29 March, the deadline for completing the UK’s divorce from the EU, will come and go with no action taken at all. Lots of talking, sure. But zero results.
According to AAP, there are currently several Australian members of Islamic State in the custody of Kurdish forces, which seek to be resettled — destroying the terrorist group with help from the US military.
While it might seem hyperbolic to even consider the world’s last remaining super power turning on itself, Trump would certainly defend his office with all the power at his disposal. And many of Trump’s most ardent supporters would defend their president against any alt-left attempts to unseat him.
Ever since the majority of Brits voted to part ways with the EU, vested interests — the deep state, if you will — are intent to derail the process and keep the UK as a vassal state to the European Union.
The E3 visa is a two-year visa that allows Australian professionals and their spouses to work in the US with no limit on the number of two-year extensions that can be tacked on. As the visa is only available to Aussies, it is a particularly envious position to be in.
The Chinese have been working overtime behind the scenes in an effort to shift the West’s thinking into line with Communist ideology. US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, has thrown the spotlight on these efforts.