The prime minister will use a key address to highlight the strength of the alliance with the US, two weeks before he pays a visit to China
- by David Crowe and Farrah Tomazin
Pressure is building in Europe for a ceasefire in and around the Gaza Strip – but not everyone agrees.
- by Joe Barnes and Nicole Lampert
India has threatened to remove the envoys’ diplomatic immunity which Canada says is not only unprecedented but contrary to international law.
- by Rob Gilles
Scouts Australia’s leader says his contingent will stay at the camp in South Korea for the time being, while other contingents left as temperatures reached the mid-30s.
- by Carolyn Webb
The Orkney Islands, which geographically are closer to Oslo than to London, were under Norwegian and Danish control for hundreds of years until 1472.
- by Daniel Sanderson
China’s president-for-life, meanwhile, will be giddy with delight at the summit falling into disarray.
- by Matthew Knott
A month after the death of the Israeli actor, his family have lifted the lid of his secret double life as a spy for Mossad.
- by Rob Harris
Leak or hack? Information or disinformation? Russian or US ploy? A quick guide to leaked top secrets
US officials are alarmed at the exposure of secret information, and the FBI is working to find the source of the leak. Meanwhile, there’s a lot to know.
- by Eric Nagourney
Haigh assisted in the escape which was portrayed in the Richard Attenborough film Cry Freedom.
- by Tim Barlass
“These individuals pose an enduring threat to New Zealand’s national security,” the NZ Security Intelligence Service says in its latest report.
- by Lucy Craymer
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made sure to stop over in Fiji on his return from the AUKUS launch for some ceremonial kava.
- by David Crowe