Green Left Weekly
Carlo's Corner: Obviously, keeping East Timor poor is in the 'national interest'
It is the national interest to deny the poorest nation in the region a fair share of oil and gas reserves so that a giant corporation earns more profits.
Australia's East Timor oil spying scandal update
The Australian government's moves to suppress further exposures of its surveillance operations suffered a blow yesterday when it was revealed that three more whistleblowers have given statements to the East Timorese government about the illegal installation of bugging devices in the walls of Dili's cabinet offices .
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Timor denies firing tear gas at protesters
ELIZABETH JACKSON: The government of East Timor has been forced into damage control after tear gas was fired on a crowd of protesters staging a demonstration outside the Australian embassy in Dili.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
ASIO boss could face legal action: lawyer
LAWYER Bernard Collaery says he is determined to have ASIO boss David Irvine "answer for his actions" over alleged spying against East Timor.
Model to serve 4 yrs for killing Gary Mara
CALIFORNIA model Cara Cameron has entered a no-contest plea to a charge of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in the killing of Gary Mara.
East Timor seeks to scrap oil treaty with Australia in The Hague over spying allegations
Supporting their government ... East Timorese gather peacefully outside the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands.
Discovery of more than one whistleblower in East Timor bugging case
MARK COLVIN: In the latest twist in the case involving Australian spies bugging the offices of the East Timor government, PM has learned that Timor's lawyers in the Hague had intended to call four whistleblowers to back their case.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Australia defends raids on E. Timor lawyer and whistleblower
Attorney-General George Brandis said on Wednesday raids by Australia's domestic spy agency on the Canberra offices of a lawyer representing East Timor over Australian bugging claims were justified on grounds of national security.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Industrial spying probe at CSIRO
FORMER speaker Peter Slipper will face a full trial over his alleged Cabcharge fraud after an argument his case could breach parliamentary privilege was dismissed.
Greens say Brandis has questions to answer
TONY EASTLEY: Labor backbencher Kelvin Thomson says he is concerned at the alleged spying against East Timor.
East Timor spy case lawyer says ASIO raided his office
A lawyer representing East Timor in its spying case against Australia says his office has been raided by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
44th IFFI sees foreign films make the mark
MUMBAI: NEW DELHI: Tiny island nation East Timor's first ever feature film Beatriz's War directed by Bety Reis and Luigi Acquisto won the prestigious Golden Peacock Award for the Best Film at the forty fourth International Film Festival of India which concluded in Panaji in Goa over the weekend.
International Monetary Fund
Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste: 2013 Article IV Consultation
KEY ISSUES Context. The economy is very dependent on natural resources. Government spending, funded by oil exports, has driven rapid non-oil GDP growth but with high inflation, a loss of competitiveness, and weak employment generation.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Strong 6.3 quake hits eastern Indonesia
File image from the US Geological Survey shows an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale displayed on a seismograph The quake struck at 10:24 am local time , 351 kilometres east-northeast of the East Timor capital Dili at a relatively shallow depth of 10 km, the US Geological Survey said.
IFFI: Portuguese film 'Beatriz's War' wins Golden Peacock
Panaji, Nov 30: A Portuguese film "Beatriz's War", set in East Timor, won the prestigious Golden Peacock award at the 44th International Film Festival of India , which came to a close Saturday.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Australian oil spying in East Timor
This 27 November 2013 video is called The 2004 spying by Australia on East Timor Cabinet during Timor sea negotiations.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Students bring tales of East Timor to Rochester
They will spend seven weeks in Victoria as part of a Youth Development Program sponsored by the Ballarat-based group Teachers for Timor.
Geo Political Monitor
Australia's Response to a Rising China
Over the past two hundred years, Australia has grappled with the concern that its geographical location places it too far from its allies in terms of their potential support.
East Timor accuses Australia of spying in gas treaty
MARK COLVIN: The Abbott Government is facing a new accusation of spying on a near neighbour - and this could cost Australia dearly.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Heroes spotted at St Augustine's College
A heroes and villains dress-up day at St Augustine's College raised $471.30 for East Timor education projects.