Kathy Marks

Kathy Marks is Asia-Pacific for The Independent, based in Sydney. She has also worked for Reuters and The Daily Telegraph.

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Tony Abbott with his Liberal Party candidate, Fiona Scott

Vote for woman with sex appeal, says Australian opposition leader Tony Abbott

Liberal leader lives up to his reputation for sexism during poll campaign

'Motorbike in the sky': New Zealand inventor granted flying permit for jetpack

Glenn Martin’s prototype has a top speed of 46 mph

Kevin Rudd (left) and Tony Abbott shake hands before the debate

Australia left yawning as election debate fails to produce sparks

Mr Rudd took on opposition leader Tony Abbott in a televised debate

The front cover of Sydney’s ‘Daily Telegraph'

Front-page Nazi slur against PM Kevin Rudd puts Rupert Murdoch centre stage in Australian election

Sydney tabloid, the Daily Telegraph, carries depiction of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as Colonel Klink

Kevin Rudd has called an election for next month

Rudd calls Australia to the polls in wake of dramatic restoration

Australia’s leader seeks fresh mandate after Gillard ouster

The low-lying coral atolls that make up the Marshall Islands are at risk from climate change

Act now or rising seas will sink our country, Marshall Islanders tell the world

Senior minister from the collection of low-lying coral atolls in the north Pacific says the end of this century will spell 'the end of my country and many others like it'

The former minerals minister, Ian Macdonald, allegedly passed on inside information

A multi-million-dollar mining licence, a murder suspect and a prostitute called Tiffanie: Australia rocked by inquiry into ex-ministers

Two former New South Wales Labor Party ministers facing potential criminal charges and long jail sentences

Not quite the 'Jurassic Park' dream: five-star plan for 160 animatronic dinosaurs wins approval

But Billionaire Clive Palmer's monsters mustn't roar too loudly

A police officer carries a child survivor who was on the boat full of asylum seekers that capsized off the coast of Sukapura, Indonesia. Nine people died but 189 refugees were rescued

Asylum-seekers 'tortured and raped at Australian detention centre'

Staff at Papua New Guinea facility ‘turned blind eye to abuse’, claims former guard

US admits fighter jets dropped unarmed bombs on the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef

US and Australian authorities have embarked on an investigation

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