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  • 1 hour Religious Community in Traditional Garb Sings in Solidarity With George Floyd Protesters DailyTelegraph
    Members of a religious community, the Church of God, traveled from several US states to gather in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 29 to show solidarity with those protesting the death of George Floyd. This footage, uploaded by Ned Zimmer for the WhatTheNed podcast, shows a small group of people dressed in dark traditional garb. The church members hold signs and sing on the city’s Stone Arch Bridge. Their signs read: “Thou shall not kill any man” and “Justice for George Floyd.” The group were initially reported to be members of the Amish community due to their doctrines of “modest dress” ... more
  • 1 hour How Sunland avoided COVID-19 downturn DailyTelegraph
    ONE of the Gold Coast’s most luxurious developments has defied the financial downturn, settling on more than $36 million worth of units in the past month. ... more
  • 1 hour Resort loses rate battle worth thousands DailyTelegraph
    A GOLD Coast island resort has lost a court battle for a cheaper rates bill after it was ruled the Gold Coast City Council’s decisions were reasonable. ... more
  • 1 hour Cancer battler’s legal bid over asbestos DailyTelegraph
    A GOLD Coast retiree who is allegedly left with just five years to live due to decades of working with asbestos has taken manufacturers to court. ... more
  • 1 hour Beachfront mansion price smash riverfront records DailyTelegraph
    JOHN Ramsden, go-ahead legal eagle, can’t regret swooping on a giant Isle of Capri riverfront home as the Gold Coast was struggling out of the global financial crisis in 2013. ... more
  • 1 hour Coast teen on track to fame after Voice debut DailyTelegraph
    TWEED Heads teen Siala Robson is on a fast-track to fame after scoring a standing ovation and four-chair turn on last night’s episode of The Voice Australia. ... more
  • 1 hour Geelong’s solar surge could pose problem DailyTelegraph
    More than 10,000 Geelong homes have made the switch to solar energy, according to new figures. ... more
  • 1 hour Northern suburbs at 1980s smoking levels DailyTelegraph
    Smoking rates in Corio and Norlane are the second highest in the nation, with more than 30 per cent of the suburbs’ population using cigarettes, research from a health policy think tank reveals. ... more
  • 1 hour A gorgeous home bound to enchant DailyTelegraph
    “MAWARRA” is an Aboriginal word meaning “a most pleasant place”. ... more
  • 1 hour Golden Plains facilities to reopen DailyTelegraph
    Golden Plains Shire Council is planning to reopen a number of its facilities and services in the upcoming weeks, following the ease of COVID-19 restrictions. ... more
  • 3 hours Riots Take Hold Across U.S. as Protests Over George Floyd’s Death Grow DailyTelegraph |World
    Protests turned violent in cities including Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles on Saturday night, as demonstrations triggered by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have escalated this weekend into the most widespread riots in the U.S. in decades. Photo: Vanessa Carvalho/Zuma Press ... more
  • 3 hours Aussie journo arrested at US protests DailyTelegraph |World
    Reporters have become the latest punching bags of America, copping flak from both sides of the conflict as they cover the riots currently sweeping through the nation. ... more
  • 3 hours Floyd Riots: NY police drive over crowds, Batman appears in Philadelphia, child maced in Seattle DailyTelegraph |World
    The chaos continues in several cities in the United States as the George Floyd protests rage out of control. ... more
  • 3 hours SPECIAL REPORT: How China covered up the coronavirus crisis DailyTelegraph |World
    The Chinese Communist Party’s brutal crackdown on critics during the early days of the coronavirus outbreak led to hundreds of people being taken from their families and held in secret detention indefinitely. This Sky News Australia special investigation talks to the families of these victims, including the brother of Chinese journalist Chen Men, who was taken by his government for the crime of reporting on the coronavirus. His website was shut down after authorities caught wind of his warnings and he was jailed on April 19. Mr Chen’s family say he has disappeared entirely without a trial and fear the ... more
  • 3 hours Survivor star sues over horror injury DailyTelegraph |Ent
    A champion big wave surfer who starred in a recent season of reality television juggernaut Survivor is suing over a horror accident that he says caused a debilitating injury. ... more
  • 3 hours Why Tim Robards is looking fitter than ever DailyTelegraph |Ent
    To go, or not to go? That’s the question the estimated 40 per cent of adult Australians who frequent gyms will be asking themselves as fitness centres prepare to reopen their doors. ... more
  • 3 hours Excellent TV show reveals ‘really bad’ history DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Before even a single frame of Operation Buffalo is splashed across the screen, the title card warns the series is a piece of historical fiction but that a lot of the “really bad history actually happened”. ... more
  • 3 hours Star booted over ‘unpleasant’ dessert DailyTelegraph |Ent
    “Sweet Queen” Jess Liemantara made her shocking exit from the MasterChef: All Stars kitchen on Sunday night, despite impressing the judges with a daring chocolate, licorice ice-cream. ... more
  • 3 hours Operation Buffalo – Trailer DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Absurdities run amok in the desert in this fictionalisation of Australia's secretive nuclear tests in Operation Buffalo. ... more
  • 3 hours Early rush on super exceeds expectations DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The number of cash-strapped Australians rushing to access their super early under the Federal Government’s scheme is likely to climb well above the expected 2.2 million applicants. ... more
  • 3 hours SpaceX launch still ‘cool’ but not as impressive as NRL’s ‘Apollo-like restart’ DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Paul Murray says although the SpaceX launch was “not as good as the original moon landing” and probably not as impressive to Australians as “the Apollo mission that got Ruby League back” it was still pretty cool. Two NASA astronauts have made history, successfully blasting into space aboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket. It’s the first time a crewed mission from the United States has taken off in nine years, with the Falcon-9 rocket departing for the International Space Station from the same launch pad used in the Apollo missions to the moon. Image: AP ... more
  • 3 hours America is not ‘falling apart at the seams’ and the race riots are ‘not a revolution’ DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Paul Murray says just as the arrest of George Floyd was a “disproportionate use of force, the reaction is also disproportionate” as the US grapples with its fifth night of race riots. Mr Floyd was an unarmed black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes as he told them "I can't breathe". At least two others have now died in the nationwide protests that have sparked looting, building fires and dozens of arrests. Mr Murray said there is of course a “virulent strain of race politics that ... more
  • 3 hours UTAS conducts smoking survey DailyTelegraph
    THE views of young Tasmanians on smoking are being sought as part of a new University of Tasmania project. ... more
  • 3 hours A ‘whole lot more freedoms’ available to Australians as of June 1 DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Paul Murray explains the increased freedoms many Australians will be able to “taste right around the country” from June 1. Among the relaxed restrictions in Victoria is the ability to have 20 guests in your home, while restaurants, cafés and dining areas of pubs can host 20 people. Both in NSW and Victoria weddings will now only be limited to 20 people, while funerals and places of worship will be limited to 50 people. Queensland, NSW, Victoria, and WA (except for the Kimberley) will reopen all intrastate travel to its citizens. Image: Getty ... more
  • 3 hours US national leadership has ‘stoked the inner red neck’ of the American people DailyTelegraph
    The Australian Financial Review’s Aaron Patrick says the “national leadership” in the United States has not helped and need to “share some of the blame” for the riots occurring across the country in response to the death of George Floyd. Mr Floyd was an unarmed black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes as he told them "I can't breathe". At least two others have now died in the nationwide protests that have sparked looting, building fires and dozens of arrests. Mr Patrick said the national leadership including President Donald ... more
  • 3 hours Big unit proposal stirs Bay residents DailyTelegraph
    SANDY Bay residents are concerned about the impact a proposed residential subdivision may have on the character of the up-market area. ... more
  • 3 hours Universities, business and govt ‘must align’ to boost AI sector DailyTelegraph
    While Australia has made impressive strides over the past few years, we still have a “way to go” in terms of investing in artificial intelligence, according to Associate Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at UTS Professor Michael Blumenstein. Australia lags well behind China, US, Germany, Japan and Canada when it comes to funding focused AI programs and activities. Professor Blumenstein told Sky News there needs to be a holistic response to We have to look at all these things, not just investment from government, but from the industry sector, we’ve got to grow the large industry players who can ... more
  • 3 hours Tasmania close to all clear with no new virus cases DailyTelegraph
    TASMANIA is moving closer to being free of active coronavirus with no new cases reported. ... more
  • 5 hours Australia can be a ‘world leader in AI’ DailyTelegraph
    Australia can be a world leader when it comes to the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in the health care and financial services sectors, according to managing partner at One Ventyres Dr Michelle Deaker. According to Genpact’s third annual AI360 report, 38% of Australian senior executives claim their organisations have invested $10 million or more in AI Ms Deaker told Sky News Australia has “punched above its weight” when it comes to the application of AI, especially when it comes to health. “So, the application of AI in healthcare, there is a lot of opportunity there,” she said. “Obviously financial ... more
  • 5 hours MPs targeted by Chinese propaganda ‘won’t be silenced’ DailyTelegraph
    Liberal MP Andrew Hastie says Australian parliamentarians who were called out by Chinese propaganda “won’t be intimidated and we won’t be silenced”. China’s state-owned newspaper, The Global Times, has labelled Mr Hastie and fellow Liberal and Labor MPs - who have spoken out against China’s handling of the coronavirus crisis – as extreme. It also suggested the MPs spread anti-China messages from the US, but also warns Australia could find itself in a “cold war” due to “cheap tricks from second rate politics”. Mr Hastie told Sky News host Sharri Markson the government backbenchers’ “public rhetoric is very low key, ... more
  • 5 hours Overseas flights resume at Avalon DailyTelegraph
    International flying resumed at Avalon Airport on the weekend for the first time in months after flights were put on hold amid the coronavirus crisis. ... more
  • 5 hours COVID-19 pandemic shows the necessity ‘of a well-funded tech sector’ DailyTelegraph
    NSW Minister Victor Dominello has told Sky News the pandemic has shown the necessity of building up Australia’s key capabilities, especially in the tech sector, to ensure it we are in a position to flourish if and when the next crisis occurs. Image: Getty ... more
  • 5 hours Reuters crew injured as Minneapolis police fire rubber bullets at protesters DailyTelegraph
    Two members of a Reuters TV crew were hit by rubber bullets and injured in Minneapolis on Saturday night when police moved into an area occupied by about 500 protesters in the southwest of the city shortly after the 8 p.m. curfew. ... more
  • 5 hours Sadness over donor egg shortage DailyTelegraph
    A MAJOR shortage of donor eggs is forcing Tasmanian couples to wait years in fertility queues to fulfil their dreams of starting or expanding their families. ... more
  • 5 hours How can WHO ‘ever be trusted’ again after COVID-19 ‘disinformation’ DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Sharri Markson says the World Health Organisation must answer questions about whether it “made the spread of the virus worse through its own disinformation”. “It told world leaders there was no need for travel bans, that this wasn't a pandemic and that it was not infectious,” Ms Markson said. Australia was one of the first nations to ban travel coming from mainland China, which was a major contributing factor to the curbing of the spread of COVID-19, but the WHO hit out against countries like Australia for implementing such travel restrictions. “The WHO has serious questions to ... more
  • 5 hours Belgian Graffiti Artists Spray-Paint Train in Honor of George Floyd DailyTelegraph
    Graffiti artists in Belgium spray-painted the phrase “Please, I Can’t Breathe” across a train in Ghent as a tribute to George Floyd who died after a police officer knelt on his neck during an arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The phrase has become a rallying cry for protesters after video circulated on social media showing Floyd pleading with the officer as he was held down on May 25. This footage, posted to Facebook on May 29 , shows a graffiti-covered train passing over a bridge in Ghent, Belgium. “In memory of George Floyd,” is also seen sprayed across the train. According ... more
  • 7 hours Multiple injuries after serious NSW jail brawl DailyTelegraph |NSW
    Four prisoners have been hospitalised after an all-in brawl inside a maximum security jail in the Blue Mountains. ... more
  • 7 hours Why Grant Hackett’s family feared he’d never reach 40 DailyTelegraph |NSW
    There were some who feared Grant Hackett wouldn’t see 40. ... more
  • 7 hours Karl’s cruisy day on Sydney Harbour with new crew DailyTelegraph |NSW
    Karl Stefanovic is running with a new crew. ... more
  • 7 hours Where to find the cheapest fuel in Bondi DailyTelegraph |Local
    THE average price of U91 unleaded petrol in Bondi this afternoon was 105.1 cents a litre. ... more
  • 7 hours Where to find the cheapest fuel in Bankstown DailyTelegraph |Local
    THE average price of U91 unleaded petrol in Bankstown this afternoon was 99.5 cents a litre. ... more
  • 7 hours Where to find the cheapest fuel in Southern DailyTelegraph |Local
    THE average price of U91 unleaded petrol in Southern this afternoon was 105.2 cents a litre. ... more
  • 7 hours Where to find the cheapest fuel in Parramatta DailyTelegraph |Local
    THE average price of U91 unleaded petrol in Parramatta this afternoon was 104.0 cents a litre. ... more
  • 7 hours Check out the latest on Wagga Wagga roads DailyTelegraph |Local
    LATEST traffic alerts and road works for the Wagga Wagga region: ... more
  • 7 hours World’s oldest man reveals secret to long life DailyTelegraph |Ls
    A Romanian grandfather has been honoured for becoming the oldest man in the world. ... more
  • 7 hours Checklist for a bigger tax refund DailyTelegraph |Ls
    The most important money month of the year is here, prompting a warning for Australians not to take their eyes off the big picture financially. ... more
  • 7 hours How to prepare your dog for your return to work DailyTelegraph |Ls
    With COVID-19 restrictions rapidly being lifted, the idea of returning to workplaces minus our furry friends can be anxiety-inducing, especially for our four-legged friends. ... more
  • 7 hours National Guard Patrols Minneapolis Streets as Protesters Targeted With Tear Gas DailyTelegraph
    More than 4,000 National Guard troops were reportedly deployed to the Twin Cities, Minneapolis-St Paul, on May 30 after several nights of violent protests and looting following the death of George Floyd. An 8 pm curfew was introduced in an attempt to curb the unrest, which was sparked by Floyd’s officer-involved death on Monday, May 25. The Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct building was abandoned and burned during demonstrations on Thursday, while several businesses were ransacked. According to local news reports, crowds of people remained in the streets of Minneapolis after the curfew on Saturday but they began to disperse ... more
  • 7 hours Fly in, fly out bird back to roost DailyTelegraph
    A rare bird species has made the 1000km trip home to the Bellarine Peninsula. ... more
  • 7 hours Council balloon debate blow-up DailyTelegraph
    A BAN on balloons at public events has been labelled a “fun killer” by a Kingborough councillor amid concerns about their impact on the environment. ... more
  • 7 hours What Cairns now needs as QLD reopens today DailyTelegraph
    THE Far North’s civic, business and tourism leaders have rejoiced at Queensland’s internal reopening as they hope for a rush of southern visitors to kickstart the struggling economy. ... more
  • 7 hours Swimmers brave the Derwent rain, hail or shine DailyTelegraph
    FOR most Tasmanians the ideal morning is being rugged up in bed, but for some it’s the thrill of an icy dip in the River Derwent. ... more
  • 7 hours Firefighters called to Derwent Valley DailyTelegraph
    TASMANIA Fire Service crews are currently responding to a structure fire at Lachlan in the Derwent Valley. ... more
  • 7 hours What to expect in Geelong this winter DailyTelegraph
    Conditions not seen off northwest Australia for almost four years are set to make Geelong experience wetter than normal winter weather — and a colder than usual week to start. ... more
  • 7 hours Lobbecke Work in progress: Social Distancing Sport DailyTelegraph
    Cartoonist and animator Eric Lobbecke’s latest Work in Progress for The Weekend Australian Review. ... more
  • 7 hours Trade officials to discuss Australia-UK free trade deal within weeks DailyTelegraph
    Australia is beginning to hold formal talks with the UK over its first post-Brexit free trade agreement. Trade Minister Simon Birmingham said he is hopeful the bilateral FTA will be wrapped up by the end of the year, although UK authorities have not committed to a timeline. Australian-British Chamber of Commerce CEO David McCredie said authorities believe official talks will begin in the middle of June. Mr McCredie told Sky News the pandemic has shown the necessity of not “putting all eggs in one basket” when it comes to trade. “There is a great opportunity for us to really re-look ... more
  • 7 hours New Hobart cafe open for business DailyTelegraph
    IT’S one of the toughest times in history for the hospitality industry, but that has not stopped a trio of new cafe owners from pursuing their dream. ... more
  • 9 hours Man threatens to call cops on black gym-goers DailyTelegraph |World
    A Minneapolis man has been accused of racially profiling a group of black entrepreneurs in a video that has gone viral. ... more
  • 9 hours US Police deploy tear gas at George Floyd’s violent protests DailyTelegraph |World
    Police and protesters are facing off in another night of unrest in the United States as violent demonstrations continue to erupt over the death of George Floyd. Mr Floyd was an unarmed black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes as he told them "I can't breathe". At least two others have now died in the nationwide protests that have sparked looting, building fires and dozens of arrests. CNN reporter Darryl Forges in Minneapolis has told Sky News officers in the United States have been spraying “countless amounts of tear ... more
  • 9 hours Out-of-towners ‘fermenting unrest’ with police: de Blasio DailyTelegraph |World
    New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has defended his police force, after a video emerged of a cop car driving through a wall of protestors on Saturday night during the protests over the death of George Floyd. Two separate videos show a NYPD police vehicle blocked by protestors, who threw projectiles at it. The occupants of the car decided to drive into the barricades to disperse the protestors. Authorities claim no one was injured during the incident. Mr de Blasio said he isn’t going to blame the police officers. "Let's begin at the beginning...the protesters did the wrong thing" ... more
  • 9 hours How to prepare your dog for your return to work DailyTelegraph |World
    With COVID-19 restrictions rapidly being lifted, the idea of returning to workplaces minus our furry friends can be anxiety-inducing, especially for our four-legged friends. ... more
  • 9 hours Floyd’s brother calls for death penalty DailyTelegraph |World
    George Floyd’s brother has called for all the officers involved his death to be charged with first degree murder and given the death penalty. ... more
  • 9 hours Man threatens to call police after accusing black tenants of trespassing in building gym DailyTelegraph |World
    A white Minneapolis man threatened to call police after accusing black tenants of trespassing in his building's gym ... more
  • 9 hours World’s oldest man reveals secret to long life DailyTelegraph |World
    A Romanian grandfather has been honoured for becoming the oldest man in the world. ... more
  • 9 hours Donald Trump wants Australia included at rescheduled G7 summit DailyTelegraph |World
    US President Donald Trump has postponed the G7 because he believes the forum is very outdated its current form. Mr Trump is delaying the G7 summit until at least September instead of hosting the talks next month. He is also expanding the list of countries invited to include Australia, India, Russia and South Korea. Image: AP ... more
  • 9 hours New York police ram cars into protesters DailyTelegraph |World
    New York police have been caught on camera ramming protesters with their cars during protests against police violence and systemic racism in the United States. ... more
  • 9 hours Thomas the Tank Engine narrator dies aged 68 DailyTelegraph |Ent
    The longest-running voice actor on iconic children’s show Thomas & Friends has died, aged 68. ... more
  • 9 hours Best sports movies to watch now the footy’s back DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Sport movies can inspire even the most unfit of us. From boxing and baseball to football, here are some of the best sports movies over the decades. ... more
  • 9 hours Lisa and Lady Gaga bond over shared pain DailyTelegraph |Ent
    When Lisa Wilkinson and Lady Gaga sat down for their chat on The Sunday Project, there was a moment where both women realised they shared a strong connection. ... more
  • 9 hours $720 million bungle to cost more DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The true cost to taxpayers of the government’s bungled Robodebt scandal could blow out to a significantly larger sum than the $720 million quoted. ... more
  • 9 hours Checklist for a bigger tax refund DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The most important money month of the year is here, prompting a warning for Australians not to take their eyes off the big picture financially. ... more
  • 9 hours New homebuyer grants available to all DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The next phase of government stimulus designed to revive the economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis will focus on housing construction, it’s been reported. ... more
  • 9 hours Where RACT wants road fix spend DailyTelegraph
    THE State Government’s soon to be released infrastructure plan must include West Tamar and Boat Harbour road fixes, says the RACT. ... more
  • 9 hours Law to shrink send-off for Tassie football legend DailyTelegraph
    CORONAVIRUS lockdown means that family and friends of John Leedham will not get the huge send-off expected of a Tasmanian football legend. ... more
  • 9 hours Road deaths drop, but police still alarmed DailyTelegraph
    The number of lives lost on Victoria’s roads has dropped dramatically with 19 fewer people killed in the month of May than during the same period last year. ... more
  • 9 hours Coast fast food venue’s massive expansion DailyTelegraph
    ONE of the Gold Coast’s busiest fast food restaurants is set for a major revamp which will see a huge dining deck built. ... more
  • 9 hours Police Vehicles Plow Into Cordon of Protesters in Brooklyn DailyTelegraph
    Two police SUVs plowed into a cordon of protesters who had been blocking the vehicles and peppering them with debris in Brooklyn on May 30. The incident happened during demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd. In this video, filmed near the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and St Mark’s Avenue, an NYPD SUV can be seen blocked by a row of protesters behind a barricade. Various objects are thrown at the vehicle before a second police SUV pulls alongside. Both vehicles then accelerate into the group of demonstrators, knocking several people over. Separate video of the same incident shows ... more
  • 9 hours SpaceX rocket makes history after successful launch DailyTelegraph
    Two NASA astronauts have made history, successfully blasting into space aboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket. It’s the first time a crewed mission from the United States has taken off in nine years, with the Falcon-9 rocket departing for the International Space Station from the same launch pad used in the Apollo missions to the moon. Since 2011, NASA has relied on Russian spaceships launched from Kazakhstan to take US astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Astrophysicist Brad Tucker told Sky News the drought-ending-launch was a source of "nationalistic pride" for America. "NASA already has missions in the pipeline ... more
  • 9 hours What new COVID rules mean for FNQ indigenous communities DailyTelegraph
    PEOPLE will now be able to enter the Far North’s indigenous communities without having to quarantine beforehand under a new three-stage plan to ease restrictions in the vulnerable areas. ... more
  • 11 hours Intolerant left have ‘turned on J.K Rowling’ DailyTelegraph
    ‘Harry Potter’ author J.K Rowling has turned on the far left, threatening to sue several individuals who have “slandered her online,” according to Sky News host Rita Panahi. Some twitter users have accused Ms Rowling of transphobia after the bestselling author publicly supported Maya Forstater, who was fired from her job for saying people cannot change their biological sex. This week, one activist said Ms Rowling was “not safe to be around children”, a claim she retracted after Ms Rowling threatened to sue. “This is how intolerant the left has become, she is now been, again, cancelled,” Ms Panahi said. ... more
  • 11 hours Outsiders weather and ice age watch: Norway shivers through its snowiest winter in 50 years DailyTelegraph
    Despite the "hysteria" surrounding global warming, the Norwegian government has confirmed the Nordic country has endured its snowiest winter since 1958, according to Sky News host Rowan Dean. ... more
  • 11 hours Man charged with assaulting off-duty police officer DailyTelegraph
    A LAUNCESTON man has been remanded in custody after an ‘incident’ involving an off-duty police officer in the Launceston CBD on Friday night. ... more
  • 11 hours Mass stabbing in NSW jail brawl DailyTelegraph
    Multiple people have been injured after a brawl at a New South Wales correctional facility this morning. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Remarkable man’: Park death hero well known for brave acts DailyTelegraph
    THE young man who heroically tried to save a boy who collapsed and died in a Cairns park was already well known for his acts of kindness and bravery before this tragic event. ... more
  • 11 hours Qld opened for residents, borders remain closed DailyTelegraph
    Queenslanders will be able to travel anywhere within their state from Monday under new school holiday plans unveiled by the Premier today. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has revealed a timetable for intrastate tourism a month ahead of schedule, but the state’s border will not reopen. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 11 hours Hot meals warm the hearts of Tasmanians in need DailyTelegraph
    HUNDREDS of homeless Tasmanians will enjoy hot food as meals prepared by the Australian Defence Force as a contingency plan for COVID-19 are donated to those in need. ... more
  • 11 hours Gladys dumps $800m stadium rebuild DailyTelegraph
    The controversial $800 million redevelopment of ANZ Stadium in Sydney’s west has been abandoned, as the New South Wales Government shifts its priorities to infrastructure projects that deliver more bang for buck. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘A kick in the guts’: What changes mean for Coast DailyTelegraph
    GOLD Coast business leaders say they are underwhelmed by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions. ... more
  • 11 hours Revealed: Opening date for new Hobart hotel DailyTelegraph
    IN a boost to the state’s tourism and hospitality sector, Hobart’s newest hotel has announced its opening date after being delayed by the pandemic. ... more
  • 13 hours Twitter is the ‘Wuhan wet market of ideas’ DailyTelegraph
    Twitter’s decision to ‘fact check’ President Donald Trump shows it is “increasingly determined to put their thumb on the scale for the coming 2020” presidential election, according to Sky News host James Morrow. Earlier this week Twitter fact checked President Trump’s account, adding a warning label on two of his tweets regarding mail in ballots and voter fraud with a link to a CNN article. The social media giant also hid a recent tweet by the President, claiming it glorifies violence. The tweet can be viewed, but with a prominent warning about its content is attached. “…These THUGS are dishonoring ... more
  • 13 hours Man arrested following Brisbane siege DailyTelegraph
    A man has been arrested following a hostage situation in Brisbane. Specialist police and negotiators were called to the scene at Everton Hills after a man broke into a house garage armed with a bladed weapon. The area was placed into lockdown with residents urged to stay in their homes. The owners were safely evacuated, but a woman believed to be an associate of the man was taken hostage. She has since been freed and is being interviewed by police. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 13 hours PM should ditch his proposed ‘Bob Hawke style wafflorium’ on IR reform DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Rowan Dean has urged Prime Minister Scott Morrison to jettison his proposed round table on industrial relations reform and instead honour his election promise of delivering “smaller government, less regulation, lower taxes, crushing the unions and freeing up the job market.” This week the Prime Minister announced the Coalition will bring together unions, business groups and employers to discuss what changes can be made to industrial relations laws, in a move that was reminiscent of Labor PM Bob Hawke’s 1983 Prices and Incomes Accord. Sky News understands Mr Morrison has spoken with ACTU Secretary Sally McManus, who ... more
  • 13 hours ‘We Have Liftoff’: SpaceX Rocket Sends US Astronauts Into Space DailyTelegraph
    The SpaceX Crew Dragon launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on May 30, marking the first time American astronauts were launched into space from US soil in nearly a decade. This official video of the launch, from NASA, shows the countdown followed by the rocket’s ignition and propulsion into the air. The launch was originally due to take place on May 27, however it was delayed due to severe weather. Saturday’s launch was the first time NASA astronauts were sent to space in a commercially built and operated spacecraft, and the first manned launch from United ... more
  • 13 hours Proposed legislation ‘a recipe for conflict’ DailyTelegraph
    PROPOSED major projects legislation is “a recipe for conflict”, says the Wilderness Society. ... more
  • 13 hours Man denied chance to see dying mum DailyTelegraph
    A man is locked in a battle of wills with the Queensland Government, after he was refused a travel exemption to see his dying mother. ... more
  • 13 hours Tassie beach birds bounce back DailyTelegraph
    SHOREBIRDS appear to be benefiting from a relative lack of human activity on Tasmanian beaches, prompting calls for partial closures during breeding season. ... more
  • 13 hours Grave warning for all amid tears for ‘bloody ripper’ Nan DailyTelegraph
    THE granddaughter of a Burnie woman who died after contracting coronavirus in hospital has spoken of her family’s painful experience as a warning to others. ... more
  • 13 hours German authorities are cracking down on ‘climate change dissent’ DailyTelegraph
    YouTuber and climate realist Naomi Seibt says governments across the world are cracking down on dissent, especially when it comes to contentions issues like the response to COVID-19 and climate change. Ms Seibt is currently being threatened with imprisonment by German authorities after she refused to take down three of her videos, with authorities claiming her videos do not comply with the law. “They are abusing these crisis’ to push tyranny and to silence the people who have different opinions or who do their research,” Ms Seibt told Sky News. “Once again we can see that state going against people ... more
  • 13 hours Onlookers Cheers as US Astronauts Sent Into Space on SpaceX Rocket DailyTelegraph
    The SpaceX Crew Dragon launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on May 30, marking the first time American astronauts were launched into space from US soil in nearly a decade. In this video, taken through a telescope from nearby Titusville, people can be heard counting down in advance of the launch. Cheers are heard in the background as the rocket is ignited and propelled into the air. The launch was originally due to take place on May 27, however it was delayed due to severe weather. Saturday’s launch was the first time NASA astronauts were sent ... more
  • 15 hours Surfer Ross Clarke-Jones sues Survivor producers DailyTelegraph |NSW
    Big wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones is taking legal action against the producers of Australian Survivor claiming he suffered a debilitating injury during filming of the hit reality show. ... more
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