While we're still thinking about an Australian republic, here's a flashback to how the issue looked 22 years ago, in the aftermath of the referendum defeat.
Australia's republican movement makes a bid for relevance with a new "model" for how a republic would work. It has some problems.
A boycott by the pro-independence forces in New Caledonia produces an overwhelming victory for their opponents and a complete failure to advance towards a solution.
New Caledonia's independence referendum on Sunday is a foregone conclusion, since only one side is planning to turn out. The difficult question is what happens next.
A referendum in Switzerland delivers a big win for public health measures and against the anti-vax lobby.
Catalonia's jailed independence leaders are to be released, in the first step towards possible reconciliation. Nationalist leaders – and their voters – are not happy.
France opts for an early date for New Caledonia's next vote on independence. That accords with the wishes of the anti-independence forces, but their task remains a difficult one.
Chile's process of drafting a new constitution takes a step forward, with various shades of left winning a majority in the constitutional convention.
Scotland's nationalists have been returned for another term in office, but it's not clear that a renewed push for independence would be a wise move.
Two out of three referendum questions are approved in Switzerland: one of them a ban on face coverings promoted by the anti-Muslim lobby.