Julie Bishop defend criticism of China

Story Published: 28 Nov 2013

JULIE Bishop has defended her criticism of a Chinese move to take control of airspace in the East China Sea.

Abbott Government, China, Foreign Affairs, Indonesia, Julie Bishop

PM welcomes Indonesia-proposed meeting of 'trusted envoys'

Story Published: 27 Nov 2013

AUSTRALIA’S icy relations with Indonesia appear to be thawing, despite a minor gaffe from a senior Liberal frontbencher on...

Indonesia, Julie Bishop, Spying, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Tony Abbott

Joyce's support on foreign investment labelled 'hypocrisy'

Story Published: 4 Oct 2013

THE Greens have hit out at Barnaby Joyce’s backflip on foreign investment, after he welcomed the purchase of a northern...

Barnaby Joyce, Christine Milne, Foreign Investment, Greens, Indonesia, Live Cattle Trade

Policy plans to place undergraduates in Indo-Pacific study

Story Published: 18 May 2014

THE Federal Government has launched a policy designed to increase the number of Australian undergraduate students studying...

Colombo Plan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Indo-Pacific, Japan, Singapore, Tertiary Education

Schapelle Corby looking for Australian help on parole

Story Published: 11 Mar 2013

FOREIGN Minister Bob Carr says most Australians would agree Schapelle Corby deserves the chance to plead her case before...

Bob Carr, Drugs, Indonesia, Parole, Schapelle Corby

Greens' asylum seeker policy unveiled

Story Published: 1 Aug 2013

THE Greens have called on the major parties to adopt the approach of former prime minister Malcolm Fraser in dealing with...

Asylum Seekers, Christine Milne, Greens, Indonesia, Malcolm Fraser, Manus Island, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Refugees, Sarah Hanson-Young

Joint operations nab eight alleged people smugglers

Story Published: 11 Oct 2013

MORE than 500 people have been stopped from getting on boats and eight alleged people smugglers arrested in Indonesia.

Afp, Asylum Seekers, Customs, Immigration, Indonesia, People Smugglers

Bali Nine smuggler could soon face firing squad

Story Published: 8 Jan 2015

BALI Nine drug smuggler Myuran Sukumaran has lost his final clemency bid and could face the firing squad within weeks.

Bali Nine, Drugs, Indonesia, Smuggling

Islands 'can't compete with Asia'

Story Published: 1 May 2012

THE island tourism sector in Queensland is doing it tough, with a combination of cheap airfares to Indonesia and a lack of...

Indonesia, Queensland, Tourism

Cattle industry's costly class-action demands compo from ban

Story Published: 2 Oct 2013

A COSTLY class-action against the Federal Government is brewing as the cattle industry demands compensation for losses...

Cattle Industry, Compensation, Indonesia, Live Exports Ban, Tony Abbott

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