Kathy Marks is Asia-Pacific for The Independent, based in Sydney. She has also worked for Reuters and The Daily Telegraph.
29 April 2014 06:22 PM
It was meant to provide a quick breakthrough to offset the deadlock in Europe. Instead, the Gallipoli campaign was a ghastly shambles, spawning legends of betrayal and heroism that continue to fire Antipodean imaginations
Premier of New South Wales forced to resign over failure to declare gift of £1,700 bottle of vintage red wine
16 April 2014 06:53 PM
Barry O’Farrell was given the 1959 bottle of Penfolds Grange by a Sydney lawyer at the centre of an inquiry by the state’s anti-corruption watchdog
03 April 2014 06:23 PM
Officers have made little progress with their investigation despite scrutinising the provenance of every piece of cargo
29 March 2014 08:41 PM
As a new search zone is explored, relatives speak of frustration
29 March 2014 12:00 AM
Change of focus in quest for traces of lost plane yields multiple sightings of possible debris in Indian Ocean
27 March 2014 03:54 PM
The captain of the missing Malaysian airliner would not have deliberately crashed the plane, his son has claimed as new satellite images revealed 300 floating objects – possibly debris – in the frigid Southern Ocean.
Flight MH370: Hopes of finding wreckage rise as satellite pictures show possible debris field in southern Indian Ocean
26 March 2014 04:36 PM
Hopes have been raised of finding wreckage from the Malaysian Boeing 777 which crashed in unexplained circumstances earlier this month after a French satellite company released recent images of what could be a debris field in the southern Indian Ocean.
Missing Malaysia Flight MH370: Spotter planes flying low over Indian Ocean fail to find any sign of jet
21 March 2014 06:35 PM
Satellite pictures from earlier this week showing two large objects floating in the ocean about 1,500 miles south-west of Perth
20 March 2014 07:14 PM
Experts say that the objects could be the aircraft’s fuel tanks or parts of the wing or tail
07 March 2014 12:00 AM
In a discovery that rewrote Australian history, a geologist named Jim Bowles came across a set of bones in a dry lake bed in outback New South Wales in 1974.
Land for gas: Merkel and Putin discussed secret deal could end Ukraine crisis
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
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