Author Clive Hamilton launches a Chinese-language edition of his controversial book Silent Invasion to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, in a move likely to infuriate the Chinese Government.
South Australia's peak doctors' union says it has taken its most "drastic action" ever by referring the state's health department to the Australian Human Rights Commission over "cruel" treatment of mental health patients.
There are opportunities for Australia with the re-election of Joko Widodo, particularly in regards to trade, infrastructure and climate change.
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.
Too many women are body shamed while they are exercising and it prevents many from keeping healthy. What can be done? asks Caroline Zielinski.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says "violence and extremism in all its forms is not welcome here", as thousands gather in Christchurch for a remembrance service honouring those killed in the city's mosque attack.
Islamic State fighters are fleeing their collapsed caliphate and must be held accountable for their crimes. A special UN tribunal may offer the best way forward, writes Louise Chappell.