Papua New Guinea's Attorney-General orders a citizenship review of all MPs amid unsupported claims the PM holds an Australian passport.
Scott Morrison will try to stop the development of a multi-storey building on the site where dozens of Australians lost their lives, with a survivor of the Sari Club terror attack thanking him for his efforts.
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Bali's governor says the owners of the land where the Sari Club was bombed should be rational. Meanwhile, they seem to be pushing towards developing it.
As a deal seemed close, and Morrison and Shorten quietly promised millions in government support, the land's owners suddenly demanded more.
As a deal seemed close, and Morrison and Shorten quietly promised millions in government support, the land's owners suddenly demanded more. .
The Bali site where 202 people were killed in 2002 will not be developed as a restaurant after a deal struck between the owners and a peace park association.
From a guarded budget hotel room in Papua New Guinea to Sydney by Skype, detained writer Behrouz Boochani talks of using creativity as an act of resistance.
The new Bali governor supports turning the Sari Club bombing site where 88 Australians were killed into a Peace Park, a survivor says.
The fight over the redevelopment of the Bali bombing site has taken another twist.
Construction of a new restaurant on the site of the Sari Club, which was destroyed in the 2002 Bali bombings, will begin this week.
The plan to build a restaurant and nightclub on the 2002 Bali bombing site has drawn strong criticism from Australia's Prime Minister.
Survivors of the 2002 Bali bombing have expressed their shock at a proposal to build a five-storey restaurant on the site destroyed in the terror attack.