A post by the Tasmanian Liberal's on their Facebook page accusing Labor of an "appalling slap in the face to victims" of child sex abuse sees the Opposition threaten to not play ball with parliamentary convention.
Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye solicited bribes from businesses in return for policy favours.
A police affidavit reveals the bitterness that preceded the alleged extortion and the way the syndicate believed they could make the blackmail failsafe.
Yangon - Myanmar security forces have killed three people in raids on "terrorist" training camps run by Rohingya Muslim militants in the north of Rakhine state, state media reported on Thursday.
Hundreds of protesters descended on Parliament Square in London to demand justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower ...
Prosecutors say former Melbourne imam Ibrahim Omerdic should be sent to jail for marrying off a child to a 34-year-old man during a ceremony.
Doha - Qatar on Tuesday accused "neighbouring countries", which have cut ties with it, of being behind the alleged cyber attack on Doha's state media which set into motion the current diplomatic crisis.