politics

Sat 17 Nov 2018

Morrison to China: ‘back off’

Morrison to China: ‘back off’

Scott Morrison says Pacific nations should not be loaded up with “unsustainable” debt, in a shot at China’s growing influence.

‘Insurgents’: Turnbull’s dinner rant

‘Insurgents’: Turnbull’s dinner rant

Ousted PM Malcolm Turnbull has continued his attack on the government, lashing out at the instigator of the coup that saw him lose his job.

Multi-million dollar ‘road to nowhere’

Multi-million dollar ‘road to nowhere’

As Xi Jinping lands in Papua New Guinea, a new highway built with Chinese money is raising concerns about Beijing’s influence in Australia’s backyard.

‘He’s furious’: Trump’s mood darkens

‘He’s furious’: Trump’s mood darkens

Donald Trump’s mood has rapidly deteriorated this week and staffers are desperately trying to avoid his fury.

Trump’s right-hand man arrives in Queensland

Trump’s right-hand man arrives in Queensland

US Vice president Mike Pence has jetted into Cairns amid escalating fears a US-China trade spat will trigger a “domino effect” into cold war in the Indo-Pacific.

‘New tape emerges’ in Khashoggi killing

‘New tape emerges’ in Khashoggi killing

Turkey has claimed to possess new evidence of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi that contradicts Saudi Arabia’s findings about his death.

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