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SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Labor government in the Australian state of Victoria won an unexpectedly large majority in an election that analysts say is a warning to the country's ruling conservative government ahead of national polls due in six months.
It’s flower power as jacaranda blooms transform Sydney into a landscape of lilac from October to November.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The opposition leader of Australia's most populous state was on Thursday embroiled in a #MeToo row after a female reporter released a statement detailing alleged inappropriate behaviour, four months ahead of an election he was in a position to win.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A former leader of Australia's main opposition Labor party said on Wednesday he will join the country's most prominent far-right political party, One Nation, in a move that may re-energise nationalist politics.
There is a constant battle between industries that produce items that increase our risk for non-communicable diseases, and public health advocates.
Karaoke night with students led to sexual harassment, says accuser Lecturer sacked for ‘violating code of ethics’ – he shouldn’t have been at the party
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, whose government faces a crucial by-election in four days, said on Tuesday Canberra was open to recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital, prompting concern from Indonesian and Palestinian officials.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will remove a controversial sales tax on women's sanitary products, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said on Wednesday, a move widely seen as an effort by the centre-right government to win favour with female voters before an election due by May.