Australia's former ambassador to Israel warns his old department that it risks irrelevance unless it overhauls its digital diplomacy and reporting, describing its social media content as largely "stiff and aloof".
Indonesia's golput movement is about progressive citizens daring to imagine a different future — and it starts with boycotting an election, writes David Fettling
Plans to relaunch a South Australian ferry service hit a snag with the vessel — the Aurora V — caught up in political turmoil in South America.
What are the British, American and Swedish charges against Julian Assange, and what obligations does the UK and Australia have to the Wikileaks founder?
Reports emerge of reconnaissance-style drone crashing in outback Western Australia as Airbus says one of its aircraft was involved in an incident in the region.
Beijing promises the European Union it will no longer force foreign companies to share sensitive know-how when operating in China, and says it is ready to discuss new global trading rules on industrial subsidies.
It was access to the immigration minister that most citizenship applicants would only dream of — lunch in a private dining room at Master Ken's in Sydney's Chinatown.
In what's been described as a show of contempt by Beijing, Chinese intelligence officials have targeted two Australian residents over their ties to a former Turnbull Government adviser who was working on a top secret report with ASIO.
The Chinese consulate warned Georges River Council they didn't want 'any embarrassing situations' as they repeatedly pressured them to ban an independent media company that had been critical of China's Communist Party.