10 March 2013, 14:45 PM
Australia | Nobody thought that Labor would form government in Western Australia after the 2013 election.
And with the current seat count at 30 for Colin Barnett’s Liberals, 18
for Labor and 6 for the Nationals, it is very clear they have not.
07 October 2012, 14:20 PM
South America | Most of Latin America is hoping for Hugo Chávez to stay in power.
07 October 2012, 14:05 PM
South America | Venezuela’s opposition selected Capriles as its candidate to face Hugo Chávez in the elections set to take place October 7.
12 August 2012, 9:00 AM
North America | Mitt Romney has, uncharacteristically, rolled the dice by selecting Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as the Republican candidate for vice president.
07 August 2012, 12:15 PM
Australia | We don’t know why some people don’t recover from acute pain but we do know it’s not because their injury was worse in the
first place, explains Lorimer Moseley from the University of South Australia.
07 August 2012, 10:00 AM
Australia | Tony Abbott's commitment to change the Race Discrimination Act will open Australia to more critique by the United
Nations Human Rights Committee, argues Andrew Jakubowicz from the University of Technology, Sydney.
07 August 2012, 7:00 AM
Australia | Everyone agrees tuna fishing needs to be reduced but no one can decide who should bear the burden, writes Quentin Hanich from the University of Wollongong.
05 August 2012, 14:27 PM
Europe | Now that light has been cast on a new particle that looks pretty darn like the Higgs boson, it’s time for Geneva’s European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to start looking for dark matter.
22 July 2012, 15:00 PM
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Asia-Pacific | A recent investigation by Greenpeace East Asia has uncovered a catalog of banned and highly dangerous pesticides in Lipton tea products sold on Beijing supermarket shelves.
18 July 2012, 18:00 PM