Peter dutton, Latest News
Peter Craig Dutton is an Australian Liberal Party politician serving as Minister for Home Affairs since 2017, and has served as Member of Parliament for Dickson since 2001.
Australia observes another Chinese ship heading towards Queensland to spy on its military exercise with US
Australian Defence Forces (ADF) observed another Chinese spy ship approaching Australia's coast ahead of the US-Australian Talisman Sabre 2021 exercises. ...
Australia ends its 20-year presence in Afghanistan, pulls out forces
Australia has brought back its supporting forces from Afghanistan amid the competition of US mission by end of August in the war-torn country, ending its 20-year presence. ...
Rajnath Singh talks to his Australian counterpart, reiterates commitment to comprehensive strategic partnership
Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday spoke to his Australian counterpart Peter Dutton and discussed measures taken by both countries to fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, while agreeing to convene the Ministerial 2+2 Dialogue at ...
Australia to spend millions to upgrade military bases amid China tensions
Australia has announced plans to spend as much as USD 581 million upgrading its military bases and expanding joint exercises with the United States, amid China's growing military aggression. ...
Beijing slams Australia over Taiwan remarks, tells it to abide by one-China principle
China on Monday lashed out at the Australian government over its remarks that conflict with Beijing over Taiwan should not be discounted. ...
Aus PM reshuffles cabinet, announces women's taskforce
Canberra, March 29 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday announced a cabinet reshuffle after a series of ... ...
Aus Treasurer tested for COVID-19 after coughing fit in Parliament
Australia's Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was tested for the novel coronavirus hours after suffering a coughing fit in Parliament on ... ...
SL asylum seeker family faces deportation in Australia
An Australian court on Friday agreed to extend an injunction into the deportation of an asylum seeking Sri Lankan family, until September 4 during which they would plead their case to remain in the country. ...
Australian gov't to block online extremist content
The Australian government has said it will block access to websites hosting "harmful and extreme content from terrorists". ...
Missing Australian student released from N.Korea breaks silence
An Australian student released by North Korea broke his silence on Friday, expressing gratitude for the support he has received and saying he was looking to go back to normal life. ...