Stringent anti-smoking laws in the country have already seen the smoking population plummet to less than 15 per cent in six years
'We are in danger of being swamped by Muslims,' says Pauline Hanson
Australians are regarded as ‘carpetbaggers’ – people who want to ally themselves with a region with which they have no real connection in order to gain economically
Veterinary bills to save the fish came to almost exactly its weight in gold
Most people who end up in the Calais Jungle have paid a large amount of money to human traffickers, often because they have high salaries and good professions in their home countries. They would pass a points-based assessment with flying colours
Sevdet Ramadan Besim planned to behead a police officer and pack a kangaroo with explosives
Australian PM says he is 'very committed' to having 'very open markets between Australia and Britain'
There is no limit to the number of flags a politician is permitted to purchase
Schoolboys allegedly assaulted fellow pupil in toilet block during breaktime
Drugs seizure is country's biggest ever carried by passengers of cruise ship or airliner
'I can no longer remain silent as innocent men, women and children are being held in appalling circumstances'
It has a 'raised bump' on each of the long edges to allow the vision-impaired to identify its value
New picture comes amid fury over image of boy dressed as 'hero' Nic Naitanui using black paint
Tom Jackson's father says he is 'immensely proud' of his son's actions
Police say the dipensers had been targeted before and were alarmed
Local police rule out extremism as motive for the murder of Mia Ayliffe-Chung