Articles By Reissa Su

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop Speaks At A News Conference at AUSMIN Meeting At Admiralty House In Sydney

From Society 6:03 pm

Julie Bishop to Attend UN Climate Summit; Australia Pressured to Announce 'Bolder' Target

Australia is feeling the pressure of committing to a new target to achieve its 2020 emissions reduction goal. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will be representing Australia in the upcoming UN summit.

A Masked Islamic State Militant Holding A Knife Speaks Next To Man Purported To Be U.S. Journalist James Foley At An Unknown Location In This Still Image From An Undated Video Posted On A Social Media Website

From Society 5:08 pm

ISIS Murder Videos 'Turning On' Foreign Jihadists To Fight US and Britain [VIDEO]

Graphic ISIS videos are believed to be "turning on" the supporters and social media followers of the extremist groups. The chance to fight the West appeared to be an exciting prospect for foreign jihadists who wish to join ISIS.

From Society 1:19 pm

Auckland Gay Men Warned of Having Sex in Bushes of Public Park

Gay men in Auckland are warned not to engage in "bush sex" following reports of sexual activity in a public park. Murphy's Bush has been found to be a "cruising" spot for men. The police said it will actively crack down on such activities.

Kim Dotcom speaks during an interview with Reuters in Auckland

From Politics & Policy 10:29 am

Spying Claims Muddle New Zealand Election as Dotcom Calls Key Gov't An 'American Slave'

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is under deep water once again because of spying claims days before the Sept. 20 election.

Captured short-finned pilot whales are seen on the deck of a whaling ship at Taiji Port in Japan's oldest whaling village of Taiji, 420 km (260 miles) southwest of Tokyo in this June 4, 2008 file photo.

From Society 10:03 am

Australia Supports New Zealand's Anti-Whaling Resolution

Australia has backed New Zealand's resolution against whaling as the country prepares for a meeting with the International Whaling Commission within the week. The permanent ban on whaling relies on the success of the resolution and the support of other countries.

Workers from Doctors Without Borders unload emergency medical supplies to deal with Ebola

From Health 8:16 am

Airborne Version of Ebola Virus Could Wipe Out 1.2 Million; Aussie Doctor Appeals For Help

A researcher fears Ebola could claim 1.2 million lives in six months if the virus goes airborne. Francis Smart believes it is possible considering the current population in West Africa.

A Royal Australian Air Force C-130J Hercules Crew Load Supplies Of Biscuits, Water And Humanitarian Supplies For An Airdrop To Isolated Iraqi Civilians On Mount Sinjar In Northern Iraq At Al Minhad Air Base In The United Arab Emirates

From Politics & Policy Sep 15

Australia's Imam Council Rebuffs Abbott Decision To Send Troops; Wants 'Islamic' Dropped From ISIS

The Grand Mufti of Australia has slammed Prime Minister Tony Abbott's decision to send 600 troops to help fight ISIS in the Middle East. Australian Muslim leaders claimed the move will only create more Muslim radicals in the country.

The Apple Logo Is Pictured Inside The Newly Opened Omotesando Apple Store At A Shopping District In Tokyo

From Companies Sep 15

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock EPS Raised to $7.67 Per Share; Apple Pay Could Be Promising in Australia

Apple's new products has impressed Goldman Sachs analysts who raised their price target of Apple stock and earnings forecasts. Apple Pay may be promising in Australia.

Animal Rights Activists Gather to Denounce Controversial Programme to Cull Sharks Off Coast of Western Australia.

From Society Sep 12

Western Australia's Shark Cull Junked For Questionable Impact To Shark Population

Western Australia's proposal to extend its shark cull programme was rejected by the EPA for its high uncertainties on the impact of the shark population. The programme was first introduced earlier in the year which had killed 172 sharks in three months.

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key Speaks At A Luncheon In Sydney

From Politics & Policy Sep 12

New Zealand Election Campaigns Bank On Economic Gains

New Zealand's strong economic performance in the past years has been used to the advantage of National's John Key as he seeks another term in office. While National proposes tax cuts, Labour wants to impose more taxes on the wealthy.