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?
Why is it so controversial? Perhaps the answer isn't as vague as it appears.
The First Fleet is a unique event in maritime history
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.
Gun control needs to happen in the USA. Thirty thousands people died last year in the United States as a result of guns. How can this be normal? How can guns laws change, to help solve mass shootings