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Australian Government loses majority as High Court disqualifies deputy Prime Minister

D-day for the ‘Citizenship Seven’ has arrived for the Australian politicians taken to the High Court over their eligibility to stand in Parliament.

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Youngest ever Willoughby Councillor, a committed Christian promising common-sense politics

Twenty-two year old UNSW law student Brendon Zhu is the second youngest councillor elected in the 2017 local government elections

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Meet the 26-Year-Old Chinese-Australian running for Salim Mehajer’s old Auburn seat

Taking on more than just the traditional immigrant story, Kun Huang is challenging Auburn’s infamous politics as he runs for a spot on Cumberland Council

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Rising Cost of Netflix in Australia

Even Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull could be paying more to “Netflix and Chill” with the new tax on digital products starting on 1 July 2017.

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First Female Chief Executive for Hong Kong

Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor has been chosen as Hong Kong’s next Chief Executive with a landslide victory in the 2017 election.

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Labor wins Western Australia state election

Despite a Liberal preference deal with One Nation, the Labor Party has managed to win more than the 10 seats needed to form government in Western Australia.

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How “Hong Kong’s Boy” lost his crown, Donald Tsang guilty

‘Never have I seen a man fallen from so high,’ judge says as he sentences former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang to 20 months’ jail for misconduct

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Who’s Who in Hong Kong’s 2017 Chief Executive Race

The race for Hong Kong’s next Chief Executive is off with four presumptive candidates outlining their policies and ideas for the city.