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New Zealand classified the manifesto of the suspect accused of the Christchurch killings as "objectionable" on Saturday, making it a crime to possess or distribute... [Read More]
The ruling by the country's chief censor is part of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's wider strategy to undermine the suspect's bid for global notoriety. [Read More]
The country's leaders want a solution, not just the problem, to become a global phenomenon. [Read More]
The country's leaders want a solution, not just the problem, to become a global phenomenon. [Read More]
A week after the massacre at two mosques, at least 26 victims were buried as residents and visitors also shared two minutes of silence. [Read More]
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The announcement on Thursday from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch. [Read More]
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An incorrect name was listed on a court document charging the suspect with murder, but legal experts said the mistake would not impede prosecution in... [Read More]
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday announced a national ban on all military-style semi-automatic weapons, all high-capacity ammunition magazines and all parts that allow weapons... [Read More]
The country announced a national ban on all military-style semi-automatic weapons, all high-capacity ammunition magazines and all parts that allow weapons to be modified into... [Read More]
As the first six victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings were laid to rest, some affected families were still waiting to learn the fate of... [Read More]
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she will not name the accused gunman in the Christchurch massacre in an effort to deny him notoriety and publicity... [Read More]
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern ordered an inquiry to find out what the government "could or should have known" about the Christchurch gunman. [Read More]
A knickknack adorning the Australian prime minister's office wasn't the only expression of his pride in a strict policy on accepting migrants by boat. [Read More]
This week's newsletter focuses on loves, loathes and multicultural representation in illustrations about Australia. It's Bruegel for Oz! [Read More]
Mark Knight's critics point out that he has been accused of racist depictions before. [Read More]
Mark Knight, an Australian cartoonist who set off a storm of outrage with his depiction of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open, says it had... [Read More]
Australia has expanded the power of its immigration ministers for decades. Now, a scandal involving two European au pairs threatens the country's top immigration official. [Read More]
This week's Australia Letter combines art with insight from our readers about what they love and loathe about their country. [Read More]
Our opinion columnist is in Australia, sharing her blistering take on politics and the media in America. [Read More]
After a week of political chaos, the most significant changes involved foreign affairs, immigration and energy. [Read More]
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