The Christchurch attacks have brought New Zealand together. But in Australia, the home of the alleged killer, we keep fighting, and refuse to change.
For years, politicians have tried and failed to reform New Zealand's gun laws. After Christchurch, Ardern may finally be able to do it.
The world's media has descended on Christchurch this week, and already things are starting to get tense and overwhelming.
The children and teenagers of Christchurch are taking ownership of their grief in a positive and powerful way.
Journalist and Pacific islands researcher Nic Maclellan argues that calls for Canberra to intervene in Nauru’s judicial crisis underplay Australia’s responsibility for the current mess.
The Rudd Solution on asylum seekers is a dramatic one: from now on, no one arriving by boat will ever be resettled in Australia. Will it work -- politically, or in stopping drownings?
We must be tough -- but this tough? Amnesty paints a depressing picture of Nauru to Crikey. A key lawyer at the Leveson inquiry tells us what has to change in the media. What to expect from next week's Doha climate talks (not much). And how Helen Garner cheated death.
The Pacific Ocean is central to our economy and culture, writesNic Maclellan, a journalist and researcher in the Pacific Islands. The Pacific Islands Found should focus attention on that.
The aftermath of a boat sinking in the early hours of Wednesday demonstrates why improving arrangements between Indonesia and Australia is urgent, writes Stuart Ranfurlie in Jakarta.