Ian Lloyd Neubauer
Stop Linking the Sydney Siege to Islam
The perpetrator was not a jihadist but a criminal described by his own lawyer as "damaged goods"By Ian Lloyd Neubauer December 16, 2014
New Indonesian President Jokowi Talks Tough With Fading Power Australia
Indonesia's newfound chest-thumping may simply be a fledgling administration's efforts to win domestic approval, but is nonetheless indicative of shifting powers in the regionBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney October 31, 2014
Best Aussie Political Quotes
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has threatened to knock Vladimir Putin to the ground. Hey, that's just another day in Aussie political discourseBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney October 15, 2014
Australia's Plan to Outsource Refugees Won't Work
Impoverished, repressive and corrupt Cambodia is no place for an asylum seekerBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer September 29, 2014
Terrorism Suspect Attacks Australian Police
Officers were stabbed as they tried to shake suspect's handBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney September 24, 2014
Australia Foils Terror Plot in Country's Largest-Ever Raid
More than 800 security personnel raided 25 addresses in two citiesBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney September 18, 2014
Australian MP Calls Chinese Government 'Bastards'
"They shoot their own people, they haven't got a justice system and they want to take over this country"By Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney August 19, 2014
Bloodcurdling Images of Australian Jihadists Puts 'Lucky Country' on Edge
Shocking photos emerge amid fears that the worsening conflict in Gaza will only prompt more young radical Muslims to enter the frayBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer/Sydney July 29, 2014
Whale Collisions Calls for Speed Limits
Instances of gruesome whale collisions have prompted a conversation about whether to impose speed limits for ships along Australia's coastBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer July 23, 2014
'Russia Can't Wash Its Hands'
But it's unclear if Australia can unilaterally bar the Russian leaderBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer July 20, 2014
Australia Grieves After 28 Nationals Die in MH17 Crash
Canberra summons Russian ambassador Vladimir Morozov for an explanationBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer and David Stout July 18, 2014
Is a Vast Marine Sanctuary Any Use if You Can't Police It?
Tiny New Caledonia relies on a handful of French ships to patrol a marine reserve twice the size of TexasBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Nouméa June 30, 2014
Canberra's Kangaroo Cull Faces Court Challenge
The Australian Capital Territory wants to reduce the number of kangaroos hopping about town for environmental reasons. But animal-rights groups are challenging the cull in court, saying the science isn't conclusive just yetBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer May 27, 2014
Its harsh policy toward asylum seekers betrays the human-rights values it should stand forBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer March 20, 2014
Australia: Stolen Generation
While social services deny targeting Aboriginal families, the statistics of children in out-of-home care paint a disturbing pictureBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney March 11, 2014
Australia Will Keep Detaining Refugees Indefinitely, Whatever the World Thinks
Canberra says it's a matter of security and deterring people smugglers, but detainees pay a heavy priceBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer March 6, 2014
Is Drought Becoming the New Normal for Australia?
With farmers and Outback towns fighting desperately to survive, Australia is reeling from a long-term lack of waterBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer February 14, 2014
Should Schapelle Corby Really Be Paid $2.7 Million for an Interview?
A convicted Australian drug smuggler has been released on parole from a Balinese prison to lavish appearance fees and luxury villa accommodation. The locals aren't impressedBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer February 12, 2014
The Australian Tycoon Who Wants Pakistan to Free Its Slaves in Return for Coal
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest thinks he might have the answer to Pakistan's energy shortage, and he wants something in exchangeBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer January 27, 2014
Australia's Melting Under a Heatwave
Temperatures are reaching insane levels -- up to 111°F (44.2°C) -- leading to power blackouts, melted roads, halted tennis matches of international importance, and scariest of all, the heat is sparking raging wildfiresBy Ian Lloyd Neubauer / Sydney January 17, 2014
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