Nick Miller

Nick Miller

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

IPCC report: Playing the blame game with climate change

Nick Miller The argument about global warming is now mostly between China and the US

IPCC report summary censored by governments around the world

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group III co-chair Ottmar Edenhofer.

Nick Miller Berlin: A major climate report presented to the world was censored by the very governments who requested it, frustrating and angering some of its lead authors.

Westminster sleaze rears its ugly head with claims of sexual harrassment

Westminster

Nick Miller In the Strangers’ Bar at the Palace of Westminster, the booze is cheap and the morals are loose. Sleaze, it seems, is well and truly back – if it ever went away – at Britain’s centre of political...

Peaches Geldof’s death remains unexplained after post-mortem 'proved inconclusive'

peaches

Nick Miller Peaches Geldof’s sudden death may remain a mystery for weeks, as police wait on a toxicology report after a post-mortem failed to provide an explanation.

MH370 search: How new satellite data confirmed Malaysia Airlines plane was lost

Plane

Nick Miller A new satellite tracking technique has added new confidence to the theory that Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 went down in the remote south of the Indian Ocean.

Scotland's independence movement gathers momentum

Nick Miller You don't get much more Scottish than Alistair Carmichael. There's the name for a start. Plus the stout, proud stance and the lilting accent of a family of farmers from the remote, scenic Isle of...

Brooks admits News of the World tricks, but denies hacking cover-up

Nick Miller After more than a week building a picture of herself as an honest journalist, Rebekah Brooks has been facing the prosecution in the phone hacking trial.

Crimea move makes Sochi look like $50 billion in wasted PR for Russia

Taisia Bullard, who was born in central Ukraine, holds a protest banner in front in the Russian embassy in Washington.

Nick Miller One week ago at the closing ceremony for Sochi’s Winter Olympics, IOC chief Thomas Bach delivered what many saw as a veiled plea to his host, Vladimir Putin seated opposite him in the Fisht...

Lee Rigby murder: Two men sentenced to life in prison

Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale.

Nick Miller The two men who hacked to death a young soldier in Woolwich in south London last year have been sentenced to life in prison.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Deanna Lockett bows out in the 1000m short track semi-finals

Nick Miller in Sochi When 18 year-old Aussie Deanna Lockett put the hammer down in the last two laps, she had three people to overtake to make the 1000m short track semi-finals.

Sochi Winter Games: What becomes of this seaside town when the skis and skates are packed up?

A workman walks past the cauldron as the sun rises

Nick Miller Some fear that, once the skis and skates are packed up, the 10,000 media fly away and the money tap turns off, Sochi will turn into a seedy gambling centre and a return to heavy-handed suppression of...

Sochi Winter Olympics: Proud Australian figure skater Brooklee Han disappointed with fall

Nick Miller in Sochi Again, she stumbled, but this time she fell. 

Sochi Winter Olympics: Pussy Riot release video after attack by Cossacks

Wearing masks, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina pose for a photo in a police station after their arrest.

Nick Miller, Sochi Pussy Riot have released the anti-Putin, anti-Olympics video clip they were in Sochi to film, featuring footage from their brutal beating by Cossacks on Wednesday.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Australian figure skater Brooklee Han recovers from stumble to make final

Joyful ... Brooklee Han of Australia competes in the women's short program figure skating competition.

Nick Miller Sochi: Stumbling out of her first, leaping triple toeloop without enough speed for the double toeloop due to follow, Australian figure skater Brooklee Han knew she was in trouble.

Cossacks attack Pussy Riot in Sochi with whips and pepper spray

Wearing masks, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina pose for a photo in a police station after their arrest.

Nick Miller in Sochi Witnesses say members of the punk group were attacked as they were about to perform an anti-Putin protest song.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Two members of punk band Pussy Riot arrested before protest performance

Arrested in Sochi ... Maria Alyokhina (left) and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot were taken into custody before they could play a protest song.

Nick Miller Two members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot have been arrested in the town of Sochi, activists say.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Arrest of protesters puts focus on Russian suppression of dissent

Detained: Vladimir Luxuria, a former Communist lawmaker in the Italian parliament and prominent crusader for transgender rights, was arrested by Russian police for holding a pro-gay banner.

Nick Miller Russia’s suppression of dissent during the Winter Games is again under the spotlight, after two protesters were arrested in Sochi.

Russian roulette at Sochi Games as Vladimir Putin steps up hyperbole

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Park.

Nick Miller The Winter Olympics have always been the eccentric cousin of the movement. These are the games that brought us Eddie the Eagle, Cool Runnings and Steven Bradbury's gold. Not to mention curling.

Tabloid 'supergrass' casts doubt on News Corp's Elle Macpherson hacking denial

Elle

Nick Miller News Corporation’s denial that it hacked supermodel Elle Macpherson's phone before 2006 has already cost her former business manager her job, and may mean she loses her family home – but it appears...

Peter Roebuck's mystery death must be solved, says mother Elizabeth

Peter Roebuck

Nick Miller Elizabeth Roebuck holds her dead son Peter's battered straw hat in her hands and looks out the window.