Articles about Malcolm Turnbull
04 Dec 2018
Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja's brother arrested over fake terror plot
Arsalan Khawaja, the brother of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja, has been arrested in Sydney by counter-terrorism forces over a fake terror plot.
11 Sep 2018
#SerenaWilliamsMeltdown: "Upset people are offended, but won't take cartoon down"
An Australian cartoonist, Mark Knight is under public fire for drawing a cartoon of Serena Williams' meltdown in the US Open Final which is supposedly "racist and repugnant".
24 Aug 2018
Malcolm Turnbull ousted, Scott Morrison becomes Australia's Prime Minister
Facing an infighting from the conservative section of his own party, Malcolm Turnbull was ousted from his position as Australia's Prime Minister, and Scott Morrison became his successor.
23 Aug 2018
Parliament halted, PM facing revolt: Here's what's happening in Australia
The Australian politics is facing a major crisis with the Parliament being adjourned for two weeks, and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull facing a leadership battle.
24 Jul 2018
Thai cave: Nine Australian rescuers get bravery awards
Nine Australians involved in the rescue of Thai youth soccer team, 'Wild Boars', from the treacherous Tham Luang cave have been awarded medals for bravery in their home country.
03 May 2018
Australian First Lady flattered by French President 'delicious' comment
France President Emmanuel Macron's describing Australian First Lady Lucy as 'delicious' may have raised eyebrows, but she found his statement flattering.
15 Apr 2018
Violent bushfire burns through Southwest Sydney
A volatile bushfire has burnt 2,500 hectares and damaged properties in Southwest Sydney, reported Australia's Rural Fire Service (RFS).
26 Mar 2018
Ball-tampering scandal: Should Steve Smith be banned for life?
Steven Smith has been at the centre of the ball-tampering scandal.
26 Feb 2018
Australia gets new Deputy Prime Minister elected, after Joyce's resignation
After Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce resigned following a sexual harassment allegation, the Australian government has appointed a new Deputy Prime Minister.
24 Feb 2018
US imposes its largest package of sanctions on North Korea
Speaking at a conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, US President Donald Trump said that the US is imposing its largest package of sanctions on North Korea to pressurize the country into abandoning its nuclear missile programme.
25 Nov 2017
Australia looks at greater India engagement to balance China
Australia said it will strengthen ties with India, Japan, and the US in the Indo-Pacific region under the quadrilateral dialogue between the four countries.
23 Nov 2017
Papua New Guinea police enter controversial former Australia-run detention centre
Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a controversial former offshore detention center run by Australia to evict asylum seekers.
13 Nov 2017
Modi in Manila: PM meets nine-year-old Filipino with 'Jaipur foot'
Like any state chief, PM Narendra Modi has a busy schedule, but he specially took out time at one of his ASEAN summit engagements in Manila to meet nine-year-old Carlo Migel Silvano.
13 Nov 2017
Packed day for Modi at ASEAN summit in Manila
PM Narendra Modi attended the opening ceremony of the 31st ASEAN summit being held at Manila, Philippines.
27 Oct 2017
Court disqualifies Australian deputy PM, Turnbull govt. loses Parliamentary majority
The High Court of Australia has disqualified Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce and four other politicians from office, saying they were wrongly elected as they held dual citizenship.
07 Oct 2017
Thousands of Australians protest against Adani coal mine
Massive protests were held across Australia against Indian mining giant Adani Enterprises' proposed $16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine in Queensland state.
20 Sep 2017
US to resettle 50 refugees from Australia's controversial offshore centers
A group of 50 refugees housed in Australia's controversial offshore detention centers in Nauru and Papua New Guinea (PNG), are the first to be accepted by the US under a resettlement deal.
05 Sep 2017
Australia: High Court hears challenges to controversial same-sex marriage vote
The High Court of Australia has started hearing petitions challenging the government's bid to conduct a national vote to gauge citizens' support for legalizing same-sex marriages.
18 Aug 2017
Australia's dual citizenship crisis: Will the Malcolm Turnbull government fall?
Another MP's name has emerged in Australia's dual citizenship crisis. Government Senator Fiona Nash, a UK citizen, will now have her eligibility decided by the High Court.
11 Aug 2017
Trump warns North Korea should be "very, very nervous"
Trump warned North Korea that it should be "very, very nervous" if it even as much as thinks about attacking the US or its allies.
30 Jul 2017
Australian police thwart terror plot to bring down plane
In a major joint-counter terrorism operation, the Australian police stopped a suspected plot to bring down a plane.
21 Jul 2017
Minneapolis police regrets Australian woman's shooting
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said the fatal shooting of Justine Damond, an Australian woman, by a police officer "should not have happened."
08 Jul 2017
Tesla building world's largest lithium ion battery in Australia
Elon Musk's electric car firm Tesla is partnering with energy company Neoen to build the world's largest lithium ion battery in the Australian state of South Australia.
26 Jun 2017
Strengthening ties? Church present makes light of Trump-Turnbull feud
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull was left bemused after receiving a rather cheeky present by Sydney's Coptic Orthodox church.
15 Jun 2017
Australia pays $53 million compensation for harsh asylum policy
Australian government has decided to pay $53 million in compensation to the asylum-seekers whom it kept detained at the Manus Island in Papua New Guinea (PNG) between 2012-16 under harsh conditions.
06 Jun 2017
Melbourne- Brighton gunman takes hostage, shot dead in gunfight
A gunman in Melbourne held hostage a woman for at least two hours before being shot dead by security officers in the evening of June 6.
05 May 2017
Trump hails US-Australia ties during meeting with PM Turnbull
US President Donald Trump said his relationship with Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull is "fantastic" after the two leaders met in New York.
03 May 2017
PM Modi brings up visa revamp with Australian PM
Australia's decision to abolish the 457 visa facility, which was useful for many Indians, was met with a strong objection amongst Indians.
02 May 2017
Sydney to soon have second international airport
Sydney is soon going to have a second international airport. It will be located at Badgerys Creek, about 50 km west of the city's heart.
20 Apr 2017
After abolishing visa programme, Australia tightens citizenship norms
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull revealed stricter norms for getting Australian citizenship, on the heels of scrapping the 457 visa regime for foreign workers.
18 Apr 2017
Australia abolishes visa programme used majorly by Indians
Australia has abolished its 457 visa programme which is used by over 95,000 temporary foreign workers, a majority of whom are Indians.
10 Apr 2017
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull meets Modi during India visit
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull arrived in New Delhi on Sunday for a four-day visit to India, his first since assuming office in September 2015.
29 Mar 2017
Cyclone Debbie: Queensland prepares for floods
According to authorities, a 1,300 kilometre stretch of Australia's north-east coast in Queensland is susceptible to dangerous flooding after cyclone Debbie.
28 Mar 2017
Cyclone Debbie makes landfall
Following mass evacuations on Monday, Cyclone Debbie, termed Australia's most devastating since 2011, made landfall in Australia's Queensland coast. Queensland Police noted, "the storm made a landfall between Bowen and Airline beach".
28 Feb 2017
Indonesia, Australia restore military ties
Indonesia and Australia restored full military ties weeks after Indonesia cut off all cooperation with Australian defence forces.
11 Feb 2017
Reports: Trump denounces Obama-era nuclear deal during call with Putin
During his first phone call as president with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump denounced the New START treaty, according to unnamed US officials.
14 Oct 2016
Australian teens arrested in attempted 'IS inspired' attack
Two 16-year old boys were arrested by a counter-terrorism team in Sydney, Australia just before they were about to commit an Islamic-State-inspired attack.