Articles By Reissa Su

A Member Loyal To The Islamic State In Iraq And The Levant (ISIL) Waves An ISIL Flag In Raqqa.

From Politics & Policy 6:19 pm

New Zealand Security 'Under Threat' If It Joins Fight Against ISIS In Iraq

An expert analyst on radicalisation and foreign fighters said New Zealand will be under threat if it gets involved in Iraq.

A baby looks to his mother as he crawls across the finish line

From Economy 6:09 pm

Australia's Low Birth Rate May Be Due to Low Confidence in Economy

Australia's fertility rate has declined to its lowest in 10 years. Low confidence in the economy may be holding back people from investing in family.

An Ebola Virus Treatment Center In Monrovia

From Society 3:33 pm

Robots May Be Used to Fight Ebola in West Africa; Australian PM Admits US, UK Asked For Medical Teams

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has admitted the US and Britain had requested Australia to do more for Ebola fight as scientists consider deploying robots.

An Air New Zealand Plane Flies Over Houses In Mount Victoria

From Society 2:03 pm

New Zealand Named The Best Place For Raising Children

The HSBC Expat Explorer Survey has revealed New Zealand as the best place to raise children. Expats rated the country for improved child safety, health and well-being.

A Member Loyal To The Islamic State In Iraq And The Levant (ISIL) Waves An ISIL Flag In Raqqa.

From Society 11:35 am

ISIS Educates Young Children in 'School of Jihad,' Deploys Them in Active Combat After Graduation [VIDEO]

The ISIS militants have released a series of propaganda videos showing young children being educated in the "school of jihad."

Asylum Seekers from Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran Cry as Indonesian Officers Force Them to Leave the Australian Vessel Hermia

From Politics & Policy Oct 23

Australian MP Andrew Wilkie Slammed For 'Embarrassing' ICC Letter To Prosecute Abbott Gov't

Australian MP Andrew Wilkie had written the international criminal court to request for a probe on the Abbott government's asylum seeker policies.

U.S. President Barack Obama pauses while speaking during a meeting

From Politics & Policy Oct 23

US President Obama Grateful For Australia's Help in Iraq, Ebola Outbreak

U.S. President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott had talked over the phone to discuss current issues plaguing the world.

Participants arrive at the opening of a consultation of international experts on potential Ebola therapies and vaccines in Geneva September 4, 2014. On September 4 and 5, the World Health Organization (WHO) will bring together 200 key experts to discuss e

From Society Oct 23

Ebola Virus Might Reach Australia in Months; Health Dept Says Australia Prepared For Outbreak

Health experts claim the Ebola virus may reach Australia within months but assured the public that the chances of the virus spreading quickly is "low."

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key

From Politics & Policy Oct 23

New Zealand Pays $103M A Year For Subscribing To Five Eyes Spy Network

New Zealand taxpayers contribute $103 million a year for the country's membership in the Five Eyes network.

A man works at the West Qurna oilfield in southern Basra October 13, 2014.

From Politics & Policy Oct 23

Shell Corp. Found To Be Drilling Oil Wells 'Illegally' in New Zealand

The Environmental Protection Authority has revealed Shell has violated New Zealand's new environmental laws.