May has started 2018 on a bad note after a shambolic mess of a reshuffle, which has left her looking weaker than ever.
In a world first, Iceland has made it illegal to pay men more than women. Under new legislation, which came into force on Monday, agencies of government and companies employing […]
2017 was another big year in the world of politics, technological advancement and major global events. Here are just ten stories to watch out for in 2018.
The elections and referenda to watch in the year ahead.
Italian President Sergio Mattrella has set Italy on the course to an election in March after dissolving the country’s parliament. The centre-left led government met after the presidential decree was […]
Australia has voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in a nationwide postal survey. 61.6% of Australians voted yes to marriage equality, with turnout in the voluntary poll, which took […]
Australia is awaiting the results of its same-sex marriage survey, with Yes activists said to be ‘nervously optimistic’, after latest polling suggested a majority for those supporting marriage for same-sex couples.