Website Rappler denied the charges, calling them a "clear form of continuing intimidation and harassment" by a government trying to silence critical coverage.
- by Alexandra Stevenson
Opposition calls the President's move "totally unconstitutional," saying Sirisena was a "dictator" who had "relegated the constitution to toilet paper."
- by Bharatha Mallawarachi
An international group of divers led one of the most dangerous rescue missions ever, with 12 boys and their coach trapped underground – and time running out.
- by James Massola
The Korean Peninsula is in a flurry, and businesses in Australia are already looking for opportunities in the most unlikely of markets.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
Amid a blizzard of challenging issues, Australia and China agree to get along together, after a year or more of tension.
- by Kirsty Needham & David Wroe
The signing of the Indonesia-Australia free trade deal may now be delayed, with Jakarta's Trade Minister admitting disquiet over Israeli embassy move.
- by James Massola & Karuni Rompies
The court ordered Marcos to serve six to 11 years in jail for each of the seven counts of graft.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne, the first Australian foreign affairs minister to visit China in almost three years, had a “full and candid discussion”.
- by Kirsty Needham