Australia has considered sending up to 1000 refugees to live on a remote island off the coast of impoverished Cambodia under a controversial resettlement agreement, according to an opposition leader in Phnom Penh.
The federal government will examine slashing billions of dollars worth of research funding from universities if Parliament blocks its sweeping higher education changes.
The federal government will contribute $1 million to the World Health Organization to help control the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa.
Only three weeks after a bitter split with the Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party, controversial political "preference whisperer" Glenn Druery has emerged as a potential election candidate for a new party promoting cyclists' rights.
For the self-effacing senator from the Motoring Enthusiasts Party, it's just a day out at the showgrounds with his family.
Parents would be forced to spend their annual Schoolkids Bonus on uniforms, textbooks and other educational expenses, under a redesign promoted by a major charity and embraced by Senate crossbenchers.
A giant Chinese solar panel maker originally based on Australian technology plans to close its local research arm amid on-going concerns about the future of renewable energy in the country.
The independent Parliamentary Budget Office has called into question claims health spending is spiralling out of control, noting government spending is projected to grow in line with the economy over the next decade and that health will account for only a small amount to that growth.
Australia has considered sending up to 1000 refugees to live on a remote island off the coast of impoverished Cambodia under a controversial resettlement agreement,, according to an opposition leader in Phnom Penh.
For 22 years, Kadijie El-Ahmad has sold ladies' wear from her store on Lakemba's main thoroughfare, Haldon Street.
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