Julie Bishop resigns as foreign affairs minister after failed leadership bid
September 15, 2018

The former deputy leader of the Liberal party ends speculation by quitting frontbench

The foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop has resigned from cabinet, but says she has made no decision on whether she will stay in parliament beyond the next Continue reading

Australia unveils plan to become one of worlds top 10 arms exporters
January 30, 2018

PM spruiks jobs for local manufacturers but Tim Costello of World Vision has previously attacked policy as exporting death and profiting from bloodshed

Australia unveils plan to become one of worlds top 10 arms exporters

PM spruiks jobs Continue reading

Great Barrier Reef at ‘terminal stage’: scientists despair at latest coral bleaching data
August 19, 2017

Last year was bad enough, this is a disaster, says one expert as Australia Research Council finds fresh damage across 8,000km

Back-to-back severe bleaching events have affected two-thirds of Australias Great Barrier Reef, new aerial surveys have found.

The Continue reading

‘The idea is coming of age’: Indigenous Australians take carbon farming to Canada
July 23, 2017

The Aboriginal Carbon Fund has signed an agreement with Canadian First Nations peoples to share lessons from successful land management program

Australias world-leading Indigenous land management and carbon farming programs are spreading internationally, with a formal agreement signed to Continue reading