South Korea's constitutional court has upheld the impeachment of the president Park Geun-hye, removing her from office. She could now face a criminal trial on more than a dozen charges related to influence peddling. But officials in Seoul say the political tumult probably won't rock the markets.
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NSW police felt they had to escort former Prime Minister John Howard through a boisterous protest of Union workers opposed to the Fair Work Commission's (FWC) decision to cut Sunday penalty rates.
Senior federal Labor MP Kate Ellis of Adelaide has stepped down from the party's frontbench and will not contest her seat, leaving politics at the next election.
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Europe's largest bank HSBC is cutting its ties to palm oil companies destroying forests and peatlands. This comes after Greenpeace linked it to plantation companies destroying the forests of Indonesia, the world's top producer of palm oil.
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Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says Pyongyang is "effectively holding our citizens hostage" by barring them from leaving North Korea. In retaliation, the Razak government has ordered all North Koreans from leaving Malaysia.
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Australian patients pay 3.7 times the international average for prescription drugs, according to a report from the Grattan Institute. Because of this, many Australians are forced to delay critical medical treatment because of cost.
Pollution and the diseases it often causes are responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million children around the world every year, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO).
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A prominent economist says Australia's experiment with the privatized National Electricity Market has been a failure, and the government needs to buy back the nation's electricity grid.
Long the financial refuge of Libertarians, conspiracy theorists, and dark web ne'er-do-wells, the digital currency Bitcoin has reached new heights by surpassing the per-unit value of Gold for the first time.
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Seven Pacific Island nations are asking the United Nations to investigate alleged human rights abuses in Indonesia's Papua and West Papua provinces.
The top attorney for the once-mighty Silicon Valley giant Yahoo is taking the fall for the company's failures surrounding two record-setting hacks of customer data. And the CEO is losing more than AU$15 Million in compensation.