More signs of ‘slightest of moves’ towards rapprochement between Australia and China

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there were more signs of the “slightest of moves” towards rapprochement between Australia and China last week. “The Chinese Ambassador to Australia gave an address in Sydney on Friday where he talked of bright prospects for future Australia-China cooperation,” Mr Clennell told Sky News Australia. “There does seem … Read more

More signs of ‘slightest of moves’ towards rapprochement between Australia and China

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there were more signs of the “slightest of moves” towards rapprochement between Australia and China last week. “The Chinese Ambassador to Australia gave an address in Sydney on Friday where he talked of bright prospects for future Australia-China cooperation,” Mr Clennell told Sky News Australia. “There does seem … Read more

Norway shooting investigated as act of terrorism after two people killed

Two people have died and more than 20 have been injured in a shooting outside a popular gay bar in Norway’s capital ahead of the Oslo Pride parade. The gunman opened fire outside the London Pub and was apprehended by police a few minutes after the shooting began. Police officials say the shooting is being … Read more

Albanese prepares to meet NATO leaders

Ahead of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s trip to the NATO summit in Madrid, he says he wants Australia to be a part of a “global solution”. He will also emphasize the new government’s position on climate change policy. Mr Albanese has reaffirmed support for Ukraine, saying “Australia stands strong with support for Ukrainian sovereignty and … Read more

Chaos in airports as school holidays begin

Queues are building at airports across Australia as thousands of passengers travel on the first weekend of the school holidays. Holidaymakers have been warned of delays as crowds grow at Melbourne airport’s check-in lines. At Sydney airport, travelers are being told not to arrive any earlier than their advised times – to ease congestion. More … Read more

Albanese should be ‘picking up the phone’ to get Julian Assange home

Julian Assange’s extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States has been approved but Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he will not be pressured into publicly intervening in the case. Academic Dr Kylie Moore Gilbert, who was held in an Iranian prison for 804 days, says she hopes the Australian government is conducting traditional … Read more

Criminals ‘always going to have guns’ in the United States

Republican Strategist John Jordan says criminals “are always going to have guns” in the United States. Mr Jordan said criminals will have guns regardless of what the US criminal justice system does to them. “Criminals are always going to have guns in the United States, especially in the blue states where they’re not being prosecuted,” … Read more