SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull brushed aside suggestions of a rift in his coalition government on Sunday, saying there were "no issues" between the Liberal and National parties in the wake of a sex scandal that has swamped Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A major rift opened up in Australia's fragile ruling coalition on Friday as Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce refused to quit over an affair with a staff member, and derided Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's condemnation of his behavior as "inept".
Long-suffering British retirees who emigrated to Australia many years ago are urging PM Malcolm Turnbull to confront the UK government over the issue of the frozen UK state pension. Vice-chairman of the British Pensions in Australia group Jim Tilley has requested Mr Turnbull raises the issue of the â??grossly unfairâ?? law with the... Expats Blog -
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has ordered a ban on sexual relationships between government ministers and their staffers amid a scandal surrounding his deputy. Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce made headlines in Australia...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the ban after a political scandal involving the deputy prime minister and a former staff member who is now pregnant.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's own deputy battling for political survival as he expects baby with former press secretary
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday banned sex between ministers and staff and rounded on his deputy for a "shocking error of judgment" by having an affair with a press secretary.
There’s many ways to dull the impact of a Royal Commission before it even begins. Swamping it with a ridiculously wide brief is one of them. Ross Hamilton weighs in on Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘Banking Royal Commission’. Word is going around that despite everything, the banks aren’t really that worried about the Banking Royal Commission. And [...]Show More Summary
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Support for Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is at a near 10-month high, a widely watched poll showed on Monday, a boost for the center-right government that could use an early election to settle a constitutional crisis.
US President Donald Trump is set to host Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the White House on February 23 to "celebrate 100 years of mateship" according to a statement issued Thursday. The pair held an infamously bad-tempered...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the White House on Feb. 23, the White House said in a statement on Thursday.
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the White House on Feb. 23, the White House said in a statement on Thursday. “The president and prime minister will discuss a range of shared bilateral, regional, and global priorities, including fighting...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be visiting the White House later this month. Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Turnbull will be meeting with President Donald Trump on Feb. 23. The two are expected...Show More Summary
Australia's "national security" government has found yet another credential to add to its claim that it's protecting the country's future. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launched a new Defence Export Strategy this week to catapult Australia into the top 10 defence exporting countries in the world by 2028.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull pledged to launch an "urgent investigation."
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday hailed the revival of the Trans Pacific Partnership as a boon for jobs, but critics questioned how much Australia would really gain from a deal that excludes the US. After Canada Wednesday...Show More Summary
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has visited a Japanese military training camp outside Tokyo at the start of a one-day visit to Japan. Turnbull and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe … Click to Continue »
The myth of the moderate Malcolm Turnbull dies hard, writes Ben Eltham. Will 2018 be any different? At the end of 2017, it was easy to think of the Turnbull government as a spent force. Given the constant state of crisis that has bedevilled politics for years now, we can be forgiven for thinking that [...]Show More Summary
African colonists are pushing back against Australia’s Prime Minister by forcing a revision of the Newspeak Dictionary: Malcolm Turnbull [last] week criticised the Victorian Government for not doing more about