When MH370 hunters stumbled across wreckage at the bottom of the sea, it sparked a glimmer of hope that the missing passenger jet had been found. But underwater experts had in fact found the remains of two 19th-century shipwrecks that had mysteriously vanished on a dangerous shipping route in the
An immigration law expert says a court decision which resulted in dozens of refugees – some of them serious criminals – being released into the community has ended a “warehouse-like arrangement” where the government would lock up “people they didn’t want to deal with”. Australia’s highest court overturned a decades-long
The Philippines wants a “Christmas convoy” to cheer up troops and sailors stationed in the middle of the South China Sea. And it could spark an international crisis. Manila has given the green light for a group of 40 civilian boats to sail through the contested Spratly Islands to distribute
A simple and modest change to how frozen food is stored could drastically slash carbon emissions, equating to taking 3.8 million cars off the road annually. New research released today shows raising the temperature frozen food is stored and transported at from minus 18C to minus 15C would not only
Schoolies’ end of year celebrations in Bali have been marred by a number of violent brawls erupting on the streets during a raucous night out. Footage of two savage incidents have emerged on social media, showing men punching, kicking and wrestling with one another seemingly in front of a nightclub.
The wildly popular holiday island is no longer the most sought after overseas summer holiday destination for Aussies. Data from the Expedia group published in The Australian now identifies Tokyo as the number one destination, with Bali second and Singapore third. Osaka and Kyoto round out the top five. Expedia
The Australian government is urging travellers to listen to Indonesia’s pleas to behave in Bali. The wildly popular holiday island, where Australians are the top foreign visitors, has seriously cracked down on tourists not following its local customs and laws this year. An official tourist dos and don’ts list was
Labor ministers have accused Peter Dutton of “protecting pedophiles” as they call on the Coalition to support a new raft of legislation to implement a preventive detention regime in the wake of this month’s landmark High Court decision. In its NZYQ ruling, the court found a stateless Rohingya man from