The Virgin Group founder said he had felt ‘compelled to speak out’ about executions in the city state, but declined the invitation to take part in a televised discussion on the subject as he felt it would turn ‘serious debate into spectacle’.
The Supreme Court of New South Wales (NSW), in a recent case, has issued a reminder that adjudication determinations should not be made based on matters not raised by parties.
Pressure is growing for the bloc to push the junta to fulfil a peace plan, but analysts say Asean is stymied by its norms on consensus and non-interference.
Chief Executive John Lee expresses ‘profound sorrow over passing of victims’ and says local authorities will provide help to any residents affected by incident.
Saving the endangered Malayan tiger is a top priority for Malaysia. But government agencies have just approved an oil palm project that clears forests where tigers live, and which the resident indigenous community fiercely opposes.
Four women, 13 children moved to New South Wales state, as part of bringing back from Syria those who are relatives of dead or jailed Islamic State fighters.
As ‘special economic zones’ flourish in sign of growing Chinese influence in Laos, thousands are displaced and forests rubbed out to make way for new train line.
New UK medical device regulations are to be brought into force by July 2024 – a year later than originally anticipated, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has confirmed.
The Digital Services Act (DSA) fundamentally alters the liability framework for online intermediaries operating in the EU and stiffens requirements around how they manage illegal and harmful content published, and goods and services sold, via their services. However, not all service providers are affected by the DSA in the same way.
Ballistic missile launches come after IAEA said there were increasing signs North Korea is preparing to carry out its first nuclear test since 2017.