Nick Miller

Nick Miller

Nick Miller is Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age

An exhausted, divided Scotland begins the hard work of making unity work

Nick Miller Edinburgh: So Scotland stays in the United Kingdom. But what next? The nation has been left bitter, divided and with difficult decisions to make and promises to fulfil.

Scotland rejects independence in referendum vote

A supporter from the

Nick Miller The United Kingdom faces its biggest political revolution in centuries as David Cameron announces constitutional shake-up in wake of Scots rejecting independence.

Scots vote for the future of their country in huge numbers and stay up to see the result

Scotland's future ... A young girl has yes stickers placed on her face in George Square, just a few hours before polling stations will close in the Scottish independence referendum in Glasgow, Scotland.

Nick Miller Some had tears in their eyes, some gave a sigh of relief, some waved flags and some simply put a cross in a box and crossed their fingers.

For Benny Wenda, Scottish vote is a chance to dream

Benny Wenda flies the West Papuan flag in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle.

Nick Miller One man is in Scotland to see the kind of referendum he wants for West Papua. "This campaign is about my life," he tells Nick Miller.

Time to test the ties that bind as Scotland votes on future of the Union

Pro-independence supporters gather at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.

Nick Miller In a battle of the heavyweights, the gloves are off as former British prime minister Gordon Brown pounds his point in favour of the Union and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond delivers his...

Scottish independence vote: will Gordon Brown's speech save the Union?

Former British prime minister Gordon Brown addresses a rally in Glasgow ahead of the referendum.

Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as the heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final bout of the Scotland independence referendum.

Heavyweights deliver last-minute pitches to sway Scotland's vote for independence

Former British prime minister Gordon Brown

Nick Miller It was a battle of the barnstormers overnight, as heavyweights of the Yes and No campaigns pulled out all the rhetorical stops for the final sprint of the Scotland independence referendum.

'Every vote counts in this one': two Aussies lend a hand for Scotland's Yes vote

Australians for Yes: Marj, from the Adelaide Hills, and ex-pat Dierdre Brock who has lived in Edinburgh for 18 years.

Nick Miller Down the end of Leith Walk, in a working class part of Edinburgh where the only tourists are lost tourists, there's a statue of Queen Victoria wearing a Saltire for a cape.

Scotland's future up to the undecided

Nick Miller In Edinburgh Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.

Threats and promises in final, passionate push to Scottish referendum

Painting the Saltire in Glasgow's George Square.

Nick Miller Scots have been threatened with a health service crisis, financial panic and a defence nightmare if they vote to go it alone, as the independence campaign enters its passionate, bitter final 24 hours.

Historians uncover the truth of Gallipoli's underground war between Diggers and Turks

Men of the 6th Field Battery on water-carrying fatigues stop for a rest and a smoke.

Nick Miller Gallipoli, Turkey: Two middle-aged historians are standing in ditches throwing rocks at each other.

Australian DJ Mel Greig emotionally apologises for royal prank

Mel Greig leaves the court.

Nick Miller Former radio host Mel Greig has made a tearful apology to the family of nurse Jacintha Saldanha who took her own life following an Australian radio station hoax.

What? You're going? Scots weigh up price of freedom as restless regions keep close watch

Despite Scotland's strengths, there is a fear campaign being waged by the British government, the media and, of course, other Scottish politicians who don't want to cut the apron strings from the Mother Country.

Nick Miller 'When we had a king, and a chancellor, and parliament-men o' our ain, we could aye peeble them wi' stanes when they werena gude bairns - But naebody's nails can reach the length o' Lunnon'.

Pop-up to convince Poms to love Australian food

A meat pie 17th Jan 2003.

Nick Miller, London Brace yourself. Foreigners think our food and wine sucks. Even in the UK this is true, even in London where Australians number among the city's best chefs.

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2Day FM prank call: Jacintha Saldanha inquest reveals two last, desperate emails of regret

A student of a nursing college places a candle in front of a picture of nurse Jacintha Saldanha.

Nick Miller Jacintha Saldanha sent two last, desperate emails of apology and regret to her nursing comrades before taking her own life after falling for an Australian radio hoax.

Tony Abbott plans visit to Ukraine and promises to send military equipment: Poroshenko

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced his intention to visit Ukraine as well as send 'non-lethal' military equipment.

Nick Miller, London Prime Minister Tony Abbot is planning to visit Ukraine, according to the country's president.

Rupert Murdoch hints at dumping Page 3 girls from The Sun

Rupert Murdoch and Page 3 girl Samantha Fox.

Nick Miller Rupert Murdoch has hinted he may bring in some 'fashionable clothes' to cover up his traditionally topless Page 3 girls in his Sun newspaper.

Dutch concerned that Australia and Malaysia losing faith in Netherlands' MH17 inquiry

Dutch Foreign Affairs Minister Frans Timmermans pins a medal on Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop at the NATO summit in September.

Nick Miller There is a perception of "growing irritation among Malaysian and Australian diplomats about the passive position of the Dutch" investigation into MH17.

Dutch report into MH17 finds crash caused by 'high-energy objects' from outside plane

The damage to the fuselage.

Nick Miller There was no distress message and no sign of any technical fault or pilot error in the crash of flight MH17, according to a preliminary report from crash investigators.

Royal babies, the Queen and MI5: conspiracy theories thrive as Scottish referendum nears

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip watch the caber being tossed at the annual Braemar Highland Gathering in Braemar, Scotland.

Nick Miller Is the new royal embryo going to be 'the baby that saved Britain'?