Ian McPhedran A FATHER has waited more than 1000 days for the official Defence report into the death of his 23-year-old son at Amberley RAAF base.
AFGHAN president Hamid Karzai asks US to confine troops to bases as Taliban severs negotiations with America.
A STATE government frontbencher was accused in parliament yesterday of taking illegal donations from a property developer
BANKS are lending almost the entire value of properties, asking for wafer-thin deposits to drum up business in a slow market.
PNG furious as new Foreign Minister makes surprise threat in interview.
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Michael O’Keefe Skype scandal attacks weakens our defence
PETER HARTCHER Indonesia has called on Australia to accept that the rise of China is natural and not threatening.
MELISSA DAVEY Pharmacists threatening to run down their stock of essential medicines before subsidy cut.
LENORE TAYLOR The Nationals senator Barnaby Joyce is pushing for even tougher restrictions on foreign ownership of farmland and agribusinesses than those advocated by his party.
The Taliban has suspended confidence-building talks with the Americans and the Afghan president has ordered US troops out of villages ahead of a security transition.
An Afghan man has died after trying to ram a truck at US Marines waiting to greet Pentagon chief Leon Panetta in an unprecedented security breach overshadowing what was billed as a fence-mending visit.
Veterans of the Maralinga nuclear tests in South Australia in the 1950s and ’60s have suffered a major setback in their bid to sue the British government.
The British supreme court has ruled that 1,000 British veterans involved with the tests are unable to file for compensation from the UK ministry of defence because too much time has passed since the tests.
A group of 320 Australian veterans had hoped to file their own class action based on the result.