Albanese-Macron to repair Morrison’s “breach of trust”

A recent statement released by French authorities urged France and Australia to ‘rebuild’ a bilateral relationship – after accusing the previous Morrison government of a ‘breach of trust’. It comes as France accused its allies of ‘stabbing it in the back’ – when Australia opted to build nuclear-powered submarines with US and UK technology. Following … Read more

China dismisses concerns over Solomon Islands military base

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says Beijing has no intention of building a military base in the Solomon Islands. Mr Wang’s comments came after he arrived in the Solomons on Thursday – his first stop on his tour of eight Pacific countries – in a bid to seek an agreement with 10 island nations. The … Read more

Penny Wong pledges climate action with Pacific

Foreign Secretary Penny Wong said previous Australian governments had “ignored and disrespected” calls from Pacific nations to act on climate change. Ms Wong said the new government will stand with the Pacific Islands to take strong action on climate change. “This is about a different Australian government and a different Australia,” she said. “We will … Read more

Military exercise organized by the United States and Japan

The United States and Japan held a military exercise – in a show of force in the Asia-Pacific region. The nations have flown eight war jets over the Sea of ​​Japan – in response to North Korea’s latest missile tests. This comes after North Korea launched three missiles into the waters between Japan and the … Read more

Janice Dickinson: ‘I’m opposed to Amber Heard’

Supermodel Janice Dickinson says she is “opposed” to Amber Heard for personal reasons regarding women’s rights. The ongoing libel suit for Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was heard by Ms Dickinson’s friend and fellow model Kate Moss, who once dated the Pirates of the Caribbean actor. Ms Moss testified in court as a rebuttal witness … Read more

McGowan ‘turned his guns’ on Andrews

Sky News host Paul Murray said WA Premier Mark McGowan had ‘turned his guns’ on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews after no longer having former Premier Scott Morrison to ‘beat’ . Mr McGowan slammed the Victorian Labor Party for spending $2.6billion to get the Commonwealth Games and then ‘complaining they don’t have enough money’. Mr Andrews … Read more

‘Do no harm’: Religious leaders declare support for Indigenous people

Sky News contributor Erin Watson said moving forward with some form of reconciliation ‘doesn’t hurt anyone’ as leaders of major religions in Australia set to declare support for a indigenous voice in the constitution. The Catholic, Uniting and Anglican churches, the Australian National Council of Imams and the Executive Council of Australian Jewry will join … Read more