Sydney’s Most Expensive House at $56.2 million Only!

Rebecca Gray,   SYDNEY - A spare $56.2 million could buy you your next dream home. The Sydney property Mandalay  located in Wolseley Rd, current owner...

Gillard launches National Enquiry into Child Sex-Abuse Claims

 theglobalpanorama.com   CANBERRA - Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has launched a Royal Commission to investigate the on-going claims of child sex-abuse in state and religious institutions...

Asylum Seekers’ Hunger Strike

theglobalpanorama.com   NAURU - A hunger strike on Australia’s offshore detention centre in Nauru involving around 300 asylum seekers has entered its second week of action. Nauru currently...

Rinehart’s Trust Role Still on the Rocks

theglobalpanorama.com   NEW SOUTH WALES - Australia’s wealthiest woman, Gina Rinehart has lost the case to dismiss attempts by her children to remove her as trustee of...

Australia Wins UN Security Council Seat

theglobalpanorama.com   CANBERRA - Australia has won a seat on the UN Security Council as a result of a four-year campaign. The result has come about...

Christchurch Rebuilt to be Reloved by Lonely Planet’s Top Cities

theglobalpanorama.com   CHRISTCHURCH - Despite the destruction caused to the city by a series of Earthquakes less than two years ago, New Zealand’s Christchurch has been...

Billabong Shares Plummet Down After Non-takeover

Iris Segers, Editor (Oceania)   QUEENSLAND - Private equity firm TPG has announced to walk away from the expected takeover of Australian surf brand Billabong, causing Billabong's...

Cocktails can Kill

Iris Segers, Editor (Oceania)   NEW SOUTH WALES - The Australian liquor authority has banned the use of liquid nitrogen in cocktails after Gaby Scanlon, an 18-year-old...

Drastic Decline of the Great Barrier Reef: save the Environment or the Economy?

Iris Segers, Editor (Oceania)   QUEENSLAND - The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) reported that in the past 27 years, the coral coverage of the Great...

Australian Telecom Company not punished for Privacy Blunder

Iris Segers, Editor (Oceania)   MELBOURNE - Telstra, an Australian telecom company, has managed to avoid a fine for failing to protect the privacy of over 700,000...