Australia's Julia Gillard: China Bound
As tensions mount in various hot spots throughout Asia, Australia’s PM pays China a visit.
Australia Under Tony Abbott
With Labor on the ropes, our own Anthony Fensom looks at what Liberal-National Coalition rule could bring.
Australia’s Political Soap Opera
Public infighting has the Labor government heading for disaster at this year’s elections.
As Australia's Economy Cools, Will Voters Seek a Change?
While Australia’s economy continues to grow, challenges remain. Can Julia Gillard hold on to power?
Match-Fixing and Doping Investigation Shocks Sports Fans
Investigations into widespread doping and match-fixing are underway in Australia and Europe, respectively.
Julia Gillard Rolls the Dice
Can Gillard win re-election with an economy that faces an uncertain future?
Australia's Security Challenge
A recent report only underscores why Australia has long been a tough place to understand when it comes to security.
Asia's Public and Private Gender Gap
Women only occupy a small percentage of high-profile government and boardroom posts.
Australia's Surplus Fantasy
With Australia’s economy slowing, the dream of a budget surplus increasingly seems beyond reach.
Australia's Place in the "Asian Century"
Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s government has developed a bold plan for embracing the “Asian Century.” Can words be turned into deeds?
A Time of Remembrance: 10th Anniversary of Bali Bombings
A decade after the bombings that claimed 202 lives, those that were lost will never be forgotten.
India, Australia Press Ahead on Possible Uranium Sales
Nuclear cooperation will top the agenda of Australian Prime Minister Gillard’s trip to India next week.