Jacinta Price reflects on reaction to her maiden speech, said she enjoyed watching Labor senators ‘squirm and grimace’

Indigenous Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price has reflected on the time she made Labor senators “squirm and grimace” during her inaugural address to Parliament. Senator Price used her opening remarks before the Senate chamber in late July to advocate for real change for indigenous peoples rather than “meaningless virtue signals.” Addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference … Read more

CPAC: Senator Jacinta Price speaks at conference about the moment Penny Wong fled the Senate

An indigenous senator has sensationally criticized the Albanian government for being “sycophantic and cowardly” in a speech in which she also recited complaints against Penny Wong, transgender activists and fat people. The country’s Liberal Party Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney on Saturday, vowing to uphold … Read more

Myanmar junta court sentences Australian economist Suu Kyi to 3 years

Myanmar’s junta sentenced an Australian economist to three years in prison and also handed down another sentence to ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi, drawing worldwide condemnation on Thursday. “Mr Sean Turnell, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and three others were each sentenced to three years in prison under the Official Secrets Act,” a source … Read more

Optus Cyber ​​Attack: Thousands of Medicare Numbers Accessed by Hackers

Optus has confirmed that the valid Medicare ID numbers of 14,900 Australians have been exposed to hackers. The telecom giant says it will contact all customers whose Medicare data has been breached within 24 hours. In addition to the nearly 15,000 valid Medicare numbers that were exposed, Optus has informed customers that an additional 22,000 … Read more

Richard Marles Says Position on Taiwan Has Not Changed and One China Policy

Australia has not changed its position on Taiwan, but will continue to support the United States in pressuring China not to take any drastic action, said Richard Marles. US President Joe Biden this week committed troops to defend Taiwan should China follow through on its invasion threats. Senior Australian politicians and leaders will continue to … Read more

China-Russia friendship in jeopardy as Putin exposed as weak and incompetent

Is President Xi Jinping about to get rid of President Vladimir Putin? Or is their “no limits” relationship just that? Things have changed since the two leaders declared a quick friendship at the Beijing Winter Olympics in February. Days later, Putin invaded Ukraine. Now, he is desperately trying to save face as his forces retreat … Read more

The United States in talks to build Australia’s first nuclear-powered submarines in the mid-2030s

The United States is in talks to build its first nuclear-powered submarines in Australia in the mid-2030s to respond to China’s growing military. The proposed plan, which has yet to be formally approved, is to provide Australia with an initial fleet, while longer-term efforts will give Australia the ability to produce its own fleet. Wall … Read more

US in talks to build Australia’s first nuclear-powered submarines

The United States is in talks to build its first nuclear-powered submarines in Australia in the mid-2030s to respond to China’s growing military. The proposed plan, which has yet to be formally approved, is to provide Australia with an initial fleet, while longer-term efforts will give Australia the ability to produce its own fleet. Wall … Read more

US in talks to build Australia’s first nuclear-powered submarines

The United States is in talks to build its first nuclear-powered submarines in Australia in the mid-2030s to respond to China’s growing military. The proposed plan, which has yet to be formally approved, is to provide Australia with an initial fleet, while longer-term efforts will give Australia the ability to produce its own fleet. Wall … Read more

The subtle and not-so-subtle signs that Beijing is serious about repairing the relationship with Canberra

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived early for a meeting with his Australian counterpart Penny Wong in Bali two months ago. In Chinese culture, the act of waiting demonstrates authenticity and kindness. Given recent history, arriving early is not what Australia might have expected from China’s top diplomat. Canberra was left waiting for nearly two … Read more