Australian politicians including the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader risk being kicked off China's largest social media platform WeChat for using official accounts set up by Chinese citizens.
Jose Ramos-Horta, one of the founding fathers of Timor-Leste, is confident that Australia will return millions of dollars generated from oil fields that belong to the developing South-East Asian country under a yet-to-be-ratified international agreement signed a year ago.
As Democrats weigh their options, Hillary Clinton remains curiously restrained, despite the Mueller report laying bare the attempts to undermine her 2016 presidential campaign, writes Micheline Maynard.
Australian media companies are being censored on the Chinese social media app WeChat, even as politicians flock to the platform in a bid to attract Chinese-Australian voters.
PNG politicians are shrugging off concerns about Beijing's rising influence in the Pacific, as Chinese investors plan to spend $400m on a brand new Chinatown development for Port Moresby.
An estimated 15,000 people cast their ballots at Indonesia's consulate in Melbourne, one of several voting stations in Australia for an election that pits President Joko Widodo against former army General Prabowo Subianto.
The Nordic country successfully challenges a trademark dispute with a UK-based supermarket chain of the same name, which had been preventing the nation's businesses from identifying their products as being Icelandic or originating in Iceland.
What are the British, American and Swedish charges against Julian Assange, and what obligations does the UK and Australia have to the Wikileaks founder?