Dozens of councils join climate emergency call

Dozens of councils join climate emergency call

Close to three million Australians are living in a declared "climate emergency", as more local councils take a stand and demand urgent action.
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Albanese mocks Morrison - Labor acted like there was a crisis... during the global financial crisis

Albanese mocks Morrison - Labor acted like there was a crisis... during the global financial crisis

Labor Leader Anthony Albanese says that his party led Australia through the global economic crisis via a stimulus package that kept the economy moving forward and calls on the government to act. Speaking to the media in Melbourne, Albanese says th...
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RAW: Sydney man leaves court as jury dismissed in wife's fire murder trial.

RAW: Sydney man leaves court as jury dismissed in wife's fire murder trial.

Kulwinder Singh leaves the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney after a jury was unable to reach a verdict over his charge of murdering his wife Parwinder Kaur in early December 2013 at their Rouse Hill home.
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Labor calls on government to respect the democratic freedom of the press - defends Annika Smethurst

Labor calls on government to respect the democratic freedom of the press - defends Annika Smethurst

"Journalism is not a crime", says Labor Leader Anthony Albanese and that Labor are prepared to legislate for greater media freedom. Albanese says the threat of legal action against Annika Smethurst and News for publishing a story that was in the p...
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Albanese says Labor's caveats for the Indonesian free trade agreement are reasonable

Albanese says Labor's caveats for the Indonesian free trade agreement are reasonable

Labor Leader Anthony Albanese says that the Indonesia free trade agreement will have Labor support if it prioritises Australian jobs and includes protections against privatisation. Albanese is speaking to the media in Melbourne.
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Police are now searching for a man and woman responsible for firing a missile at a house in Carrum D

Police are now searching for a man and woman responsible for firing a missile at a house in Carrum D

Victoria Police have released footage of a couple wanted over an explosion are Carrum Downs. A projectile ripped through a home's roof causing extensive damage in August. An explosive device was ignited on a Melbourne reserve and crashed through t...
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Albanese defends Kenneally - discusses working with Lambie and Centre Alliance in the senate

Albanese defends Kenneally - discusses working with Lambie and Centre Alliance in the senate

Labor Leader Anthony Albanese speaks to the media about issues in the senate, with anti-terror legislation that will ban people from the vicinity of airports for 24 hours if deemed a threat, and around dealing with Jacqui Lambie and Centre Allianc...
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Dutton rules out evacuations during Syrian ceasefire

Dutton rules out evacuations during Syrian ceasefire

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has ruled out using a temporary ceasefire to rescue Australian women and children from the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria.
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RAW: Sydney man arrives at court in wife's fire murder trial.

RAW: Sydney man arrives at court in wife's fire murder trial.

Kulwinder Singh arrives at the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney accused of murdering his wife Parwinder Kaur in early December 2013 at their Rouse Hill home. Singh has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Singh is followed by his barrister Margaret Cunne...
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Wallabies make shock Petaia selection

Wallabies make shock Petaia selection

Michael Cheika has gambled on teenage rookie Jordan Petaia at outside centre for the Wallabies World Cup quarter-final clash with England.
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RAW: Team Agoria celebrates World Solar Challenge win

RAW: Team Agoria celebrates World Solar Challenge win

The Agoria team from Belgium crosses the line to take first place in the World Solar Challenge. After 16 years of trying, Agoria won the race from Darwin to Adelaide after the race leader burst into flames. Defending champions Vattenfall's car Nun...
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RAW: Sydney man leaves court in fire murder trial

RAW: Sydney man leaves court in fire murder trial

Kulwinder Singh leaves the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney accused of murdering his wife Parwinder Kaur in early December 2013 at their Rouse Hill home. Singh has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
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RAW: Team Tokai crosses second in World Solar Challenge

RAW: Team Tokai crosses second in World Solar Challenge

The car from Tokai University in Japan crosses the line to take second place in the World Solar Challenge. After 16 years of trying, Belgian team Agoria won their first World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide after the race leader burst into...
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Littleproud wants states held to account when it comes to feeding drought-affected livestock

Littleproud wants states held to account when it comes to feeding drought-affected livestock

Drought Minister David Littleproud in Canberra says the states and federal government have a clear strategy to provide assistance to farmers doing it tough in the drought. Mr Littleproud says the federal government is charged with looking after fa...
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Fitzgibbon says PM "loose with the truth" over money given to drought-affected farmers

Fitzgibbon says PM "loose with the truth" over money given to drought-affected farmers

Labor frontbencher Joel Fitzgibbon in Canberra accuses Prime Minister Scott Morrison of being "loose with the truth" during a radio appearance in an attempt to "spin his way through the drought". The federal government will give farmers up to $13,...
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Cash welcomes jobs figures

Cash welcomes jobs figures

Employment Minister Michaelia Cash speaks to reporters in Canberra, welcoming labour force figures for September 2019 showing a drop in the unemployment rate. The unemployment rate dropped to 5.2 per cent in September from 5.3 per cent the month b...
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"Big celebrations" as Agoria wins World Solar Challenge

"Big celebrations" as Agoria wins World Solar Challenge

Agoria's Willem Jan Claes speaks to reporters in Adelaide after his team won the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide with their Bluepoint car. The hopes of leaders and defending champions Vattenfall were dashed when their car was reduced...
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Wilkie says politicians are providing a "protection racket" for Crown Casino

Wilkie says politicians are providing a "protection racket" for Crown Casino

Tasmanian MP Andrew Wilkie speaks to the media about his allegations against Crown Casino in Melbourne. He is calling for a royal commission into Crown. He says politicians are reluctant to look into alleged illegal and criminal activities surroun...
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More money for drought-affected farmers

More money for drought-affected farmers

Farmers doing it tough will get extra lump sums of up to $13,000 upon reaching the end of a four-year limit on federal government payments.
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Underqualified, untrained, and underpaid - aged care worker describes a broken system from within

Underqualified, untrained, and underpaid - aged care worker describes a broken system from within

Janice Hilton, a 64-year-old home care worker details the staff training, underpayment, and high demands that see clients receive substandard, rushed, or no care at all. NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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Changes to the farm household allowance: McKenzie

Changes to the farm household allowance: McKenzie

The deputy prime minister Michael McCormack and the minister for agriculture Bridget McKenzie announces new financial measures for farmers to deal with the drought. Ms Mckenzie explains that the household farmers assistance package (FHA) has been ...
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Robert announces new CEO for the NDIA

Robert announces new CEO for the NDIA

The minister in charge of the National Disability Insurance Agency, Stuart Robert speaks to the media in Canberra announcing the appointment of it's new CEO. Mr Martin Hoffman, who was overseeing Service NSW. Mr Robert also explains how the NDIA h...
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Abusive carers left unpunished and moved-on like the Catholic priests to offend elsewhere

Abusive carers left unpunished and moved-on like the Catholic priests to offend elsewhere

A daughter feared an aged care worker who slapped her mother's face would be moved on to offend elsewhere "like the Catholic priests", the Aged Care Royal Commission has been told. In a letter to the Japara Bayview facility manager the daughter sa...
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Hundreds flock to Uluru before climbing ban

Hundreds flock to Uluru before climbing ban

Tourists are flocking to Uluru before climbing the ancient rock is banned on October 26 in recognition of local Indigenous people's wishes.
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Dutton reveals AFP involved in disrupting paedophile networks

Dutton reveals AFP involved in disrupting paedophile networks

Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton speaks to reporters in Canberra about the arrest of 300 people in a international paedophile ring. Mr Dutton mentions a briefing operation by the FBI and warns there will be disruptions to networks. "Not only are...
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