Barbara Miller,

Barbara Miller

Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Past articles by Barbara:

Christchurch attack survivors and families have endured the hardest year of their lives

Nearly a year after the Christchurch mosque attacks that killed 51 people, survivors and families are grappling with their pain, grief and trauma. But for some, there is hope. → Read More

Hong Kong protesters are using apps to avoid restaurants they suspect are pro-China

A long line outside a Hong Kong restaurant doesn't necessarily mean it has the best dumplings. It could just mean the business is out and proud about its sympathy for pro-democracy protests. → Read More

Hong Kong's young protesters face years in prison as courts begin batch-processing cases

Thousands of people have been arrested during Hong Kong's protests, and it will be years before the courts get through the cases, leaving people in legal limbo and facing potential jail terms. → Read More

Young mother dislodges three-decade-old pro-establishment dynasty in Hong Kong elections

Hong Kong pro-democracy candidates sweep the city's district council elections, with one victorious candidate lost for words as she dislodges a 30-year political dynasty. → Read More

Father in Dutch 'end of time' family charged for abuse and money laundering as police interview his adult children

Dutch police say the 67-year-old father of six is facing unlawful deprivation of liberty, abuse and money laundering charges on the suspicion he endangered the lives of his children by holding them captive on a rural property for nine years. → Read More

Climate kids: Meet the global network of young activists in Greta Thunberg's green army

She started by protesting on a park bench, now 14-year-old Alexandria Villaseñor is learning the art of brand management in a hip New York office. Foreign Correspondent goes behind the scenes with three climate kids. → Read More

Woolworths to divest pubs, bottle shops, poker machines

'Getting back to basics' is the gist of the message delivered today by Australia's largest supermarket chain. Woolworths has announced it is divesting its bottle shop and hotel businesses. → Read More

Woolworths pulls the plug on pokies

Australia's biggest supermarket chain Woolworths has this morning revealed that it's severing links with its gambling and alcohol investments. → Read More

Hugh White calls for rekindling of nuclear weapons debate

Prominent defence analyst Hugh White says Australia can no longer rely on the US to defend it in the face of an ascendant China and must rethink its defence strategy, including revisiting the option of obtaining nuclear weapons. → Read More

Drowned migrant father and daughter laid to rest in El Salvador

A young man from El Salvador and his infant daughter whose attempt to reach the US from Mexico ended in their deaths in the Rio Grande have been laid to rest in a private ceremony in El Salvador. → Read More

Israel Folau, Rugby Australia dispute headed to the courts

A conciliation hearing at the Fair Work Commission failed to bring a resolution to the case between Israel Folau and Rugby Australia. Folau now intends to take his claim that the termination of his contract was unlawful to the Federal Court. → Read More

Folau heads to Fair Work Commission to contest sacking

The spat between Rugby Australia and former Wallaby Israel Folau has moved to the Fair Work Commission today. → Read More

Concerns for young Australian man missing in North Korea

Uncertainty surrounds the fate of a young Australian man missing in North Korea. Alek Sigley, who was completing a Masters degree in Pyongyang, has been out of touch with friends and family since Tuesday. → Read More

Has North Korea detained Australian Alek Sigley?

Australian government officials are urgently seeking to confirm whether Australian Alek Sigley has been detained in North Korea. → Read More

Trump says sexual assault accuser not his "type"

US President Donald Trump has said a well-known columnist who has accused him of a sexual assault in the 1990s is not his "type" and that the allegations she has made are completely false. The New York Times has conceded that its initial reporting of the allegations, first made public on Friday, was overly cautious. → Read More

Trump reportedly ordered then called off Iran strike

US President Donald Trump appeared to be trying to calm tensions with Iran when he suggested that human error may have been behind the shooting down of a US surveillance drone, but hours later the New York Times reported that in fact the US had been on the brink of launching retaliatory action. → Read More

UN joins calls for investigation into Morsi death

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has joined calls for an investigation into the death in custody of the former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. → Read More

Christchurch massacre accused pleads not guilty

There have been emotional scenes outside a Christchurch courtroom in Christchurch, where Brenton Tarrant has pleaded not guilty to 51 charges of murder in relation to the March attack on two mosques in the city. → Read More

Christchurch shooter Brenton Harrison Tarrant ordered to undergo mental health assessment by judge

Brenton Harrison Tarrant, who is accused of murdering 50 people in the Christchurch attacks last month, is remanded in custody until June 14. → Read More

'I'll try to always remember their names': A reporter's promise to Christchurch massacre victims

Barbara Miller writes about reporting on grief after covering the Christchurch shootings and terror attacks in Europe. → Read More