Indonesian President Joko Widodo says there has been no delay in plans to execute Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, despite the postponement this week of their transfer to the island where they are slated to be killed.
Jewel Topsfield Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has appealed directly to the Indonesian Vice-President for an indefinite stay of execution for the Bali Nine ringleaders, unveiling a fresh diplomatic push for the two countries to work together on tackling drug syndicates.
Nicky Phillips If you've ever wondered what ants do when nature calls - wonder no more.
Tom Allard and Jewel Topsfield, Bali Indonesian President Joko Widodo's push to punish drug dealers is popular and he is wary of appearing to bow to foreign governments.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand’s military-dominated parliament has passed a law banning foreigners from seeking surrogacy services in the country following last year’s Baby Gammy scandal.
Michael Dwyer Dieter Wiesner walked around for ten years with Michael Jackson's compact in his sock in case of make-up emergencies.
Paul McGeough Even if Washington were to start shipping weapons, it is likely that Russian-armed separatists will always best Ukrainian national forces.
Eryk Bagshaw and Lindsay Murdoch The Department of Immigration signals it would block any Australian interview with detained Malaysian police commander Sirul Azhar Umar.
Peter Hannam The southward shift of cyclones under climate change will force planners to demand stronger building standards as far south as Coffs Harbour on the NSW coast, according to Steve Turton, a Cairns-based climatologist.
Ruth Pollard Trapped in a state of civil war, Libyans had little reason to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the revolution that ended Muammar Gaddafi’s long dictatorship.