The floods in Queensland Australia have devastated the Australian landscape of Queensland. We are all left wondering, how does the La Nina Phenomena affect our weather and the awesome power of nature.
Over recent decades, Australian Governments of all levels have found issues to apologise to minorities for, on behalf of themselves and - more often than not - all Australians. But what exactly are they sorry for? And are everyday Australians responsible for the actions that led to such apologies?
8th June 2016 another infamous day in a saga of the history of University protests in PNG against the ruling government of the day. The University of Papua New Guinea the dubbed Premier Learning Institution of the Pacific, again proving it worth as barometer for social and political change in PNG.
Trooper Mark Donaldson's actions saved the lives of many in Afghanistan. He is a member of the Australian Special Air Service and was awarded the VC. Victoria Cross for his bravery under fire.
The final installment of the book 'A Question of Future', delving into the problems of society and the world, and the changes that are negatively impacting our future.
The Limited Preferential Voting (LPV) System was adopted in Papua New Guinea during the 2007 National Elections. It is a way of voting where a voter casts his/her ballot according to their preference.
Why is it so controversial? Perhaps the answer isn't as vague as it appears.
Talking about the political parties in Canberra, today the Australian political scene is unstable, there are too many changes of PM and other leaders, even plain representatives change half way their term for one reason or another.