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Howzat! The Aussie troops bowling over the locals in war zones

On tours to East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq, Australian soldiers have employed cricket as a way to relieve stress and bond with locals – friends and frenemies alike.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ruinous project in East Timor could open door to China

Xanana Gusmao's plans for exploiting the Greater Sunrise petroleum field carry significant risks for this nation and Australia.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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East Timor border treaty hits parliament

Draft laws putting an end to a long-running ocean border dispute between Australia and East Timor have been introduced to federal parliament.
SBS - Published

National security claim brings East Timor bugging case to pause

The case of a former spy and his lawyer has been ordered to a halt while it is considered whether the brief of evidence is likely to prejudice national security.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia's 'Watergate' outcry on spy case

Another senator has attacked a Commonwealth prosecution case against a spy and his lawyer, who revealed Australia bugged East Timor's cabinet rooms in 2004.
SBS - Published

Timor bugging case a 'disgrace': senator

Another senator has attacked a Commonwealth prosecution case against a spy and his lawyer, who revealed Australia bugged East Timor's cabinet rooms in 2004.
SBS - Published

East Timor bugging case goes to court

Criminal charges against a whistleblower and his lawyer for revealing bugging of cabinet rooms have been adjourned to October 29.
SBS - Published

PM confident of East Timor bugging justice

A protest will take place outside court calling for criminal charges to be dropped against a whistleblower and his lawyer for revealing bugging of cabinet rooms
SBS - Published

Border dispute with East Timor 'fixed'

The joint standing committee on treaties has scrutinised Australia's treaty with East Timor regarding the maritime border.
SBS - Published

Soccer - Iraq withdrawal prompts partial redraw for Asian Games

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates will face China, East Timor and Syria at this month's Asian Games after the Asian Football Confederation conducted a partial redraw of the football..
SBS - Published

Australia tries to make up with East Timor

Australia is trying to reboot its troubled relations with historical friend East Timor, with Julie Bishop the first foreign minister to visit in five years.
SBS - Published

Bishop rejects Timor bullying suggestions

An Australian government minister has visited East Timor for the first time in five years.
SBS - Published

Aust keen to 'renew' East Timor friendship

An Australian federal government minister has visited East Timor for the first time in five years.
SBS - Published

Bishop to meet new East Timor government

A 10-day trip to south-east Asia for Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop will begin in East Timor to meet the country's new government.
SBS - Published

Senators refer East Timor spy case to AFP for investigation

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie, a former intelligence officer, has written to the AFP urging them to investigate the alleged 2004 bugging of East Timor’s cabinet by Australian spies.
SBS - Published

Prosecution of Witness K and his lawyer is a disgraceful act of revenge

The government has waited until now to press charges over Witness K's decision to blow the whistle on what Australia did in East Timor. The real offence is not breaching secrecy, but embarrassing..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

East Timor bugging: The gradual stifling of our democratic rights

Readers discuss Andrew Wilkie's revelation that ''the spy who exposed the East Timor bugging'', and his lawyer, have been charged with criminal offences.
The Age - Published

Canberra lawyer, former ASIS spy charged over East Timor bugging case

A former spy who exposed a secret Australian operation in East Timor, along with his lawyer, have been charged with breaching the Intelligence Services Act.
SBS - Published

Former ASIS spy charged after blowing whistle on East Timor bugging, MP reveals

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie has sensationally revealed the charges in Parliament.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

East Timor bugging case whistleblower, lawyer charged: MP

Criminal charges have been filed against the Australian spy-turned-whistleblower who revealed East Timor's cabinet rooms were bugged, federal parliament has been told.
SBS - Published

Charges filed against Timor whistleblower

Criminal charges have been filed against the Australian spy-turned-whistleblower who revealed East Timor's cabinet rooms were bugged.
SBS - Published

East Timor swears in new prime minister

East Timor's new prime minister Taur Matan Ruak has been sworn in after he won the elections in May.
SBS - Published

East Timor president refuses cabinet over corruption allegations

The government of new Prime Minister Taur Matan Ruak is stumbling at the first hurdle of government.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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