Politics

The Week in World News | 13.02

United States of America The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has led thousands of Native American protestors in a march against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Washington DC. The tribe has been unsuccessful in its legal battle against US authorities who want to construct the pipeline across sacred...

The Week in World News | 06.03

Malaysia The Malaysian government has expelled their North Korean ambassador over comments about the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother. US and South Korean officials suspect North Korea was behind the murder, which occurred at Kuala Lumpur airport. However, North Korea has denied...

The Week in World News | 06.02

France  A man armed with machetes was shot by soldiers at the Louvre in Paris. It is alleged the man was attempting to enter shops beneath the popular Parisian museum, when he attacked soldiers who retaliated by shooting him. French President Francois Hollande says there is little doubt...

Leigh Sales: Why she’s the boss, not bossy

In an infuriatingly predictable case of woman-asserts-self-and-is-berated-for-it-because-she-is-a-woman, Leigh Sales has faced incredible cyber abuse following her interview with Labor leader Bill Shorten in the lead up to the federal election. The 7:30 host, who is known for her no-nonsense approach to interviews, has taken to twitter to...

DONALD TRUMP – A POLITICAL PARADOX

He might be xenophobic, obnoxious, erratic, egotistical, loud and outspoken, but it’s easy to see why Republican Primary voters have caught Trump fever. He has dashed the typical politician rhetoric of saying a lot yet saying very little, all packaged into a speech of glittering platitudes designed...