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Australian politics live: Scott Morrison heads to Rome for G20 before climate summit

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Prime minister is flying to Europe amid global criticism of his plan for Australia to reach a net zero emissions target. Follow all the day’s news

‘Hollow’: how the Australian government’s 2050 net zero pledge was reported around the world

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The Australian government’s net zero by 2050 plan has been met with scepticism overseas, with major international media organisations labelling Scott Morrison’s announcement this week “hollow” and “hard to believe”. S...

Australian Open: no exemptions for unvaccinated tennis players, premier says

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The Victorian government will not apply for exemptions for unvaccinated players travelling from overseas to appear at next year’s Australian Open, the state’s premier has said. Daniel Andrews said refusing to consider...

Emma Raducanu hopeful of finding new coach before Australian Open

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Emma Raducanu has said she is “optimistic” about finalising a partnership with a new coach before the Australian Open. Raducanu has been without a coach since deciding not to stay with Andrew Richardson after their wo...

Australian politics live: Scott Morrison challenges Labor on 2050 targets, Victoria opens border to NSW

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Prime minister ramps up attack on Labor over climate and Sydney residents will be allowed to visit Melbourne. Follow updates live

Australian politics live: 12 Covid deaths overnight; Victoria records 1,903 cases, NSW 265; Barnaby Joyce says Nationals ‘not chained to a script’ on net zero

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Victoria and NSW release Covid numbers; Icac hearings begin into Gladys Berejiklian; Barnaby Joyce ‘hopes’ climate won’t split the Coalition – follow the latest updates live

Australian PM to attend Cop26 in Glasgow but emissions deal with Coalition partner still weeks off

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The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, has confirmed he will attend the Cop26 conference in Glasgow in two weeks but has signalled it might take a fortnight, rather than days, to land an agreement with junior ...

7-Eleven took photos of some Australian customers’ faces without consent, privacy commissioner rules

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Convenience store giant 7-Eleven has disabled facial recognition technology used in 700 of its Australian stores as customers filled out feedback surveys after the privacy commissioner found it interfered with their p...

Multiple factors point to an Australian Ashes win but England still have hope

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There was a slightly anticlimactic feel to the announcement of England’s squad for the upcoming Ashes tour. Maybe it was only natural. The England management had, after all, spent a good two years talking about this t...

Is there room in the metaverse for indie fashion labels? Australian designers hope so

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In the designer Denni Francisco’s new film, models wearing clothes from her label Ngali wander through a virtual landscape. Using this digital medium, it was possible to take her collection on location, despite being ...

Female scientists strike success at the Australian Museum’s 2021 Eureka prizes

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Trailblazing female scientists, black summer bushfire research, a 3D cell printer and a science education program for remote Indigenous students were among those recognised at the Australian Museum’s Eureka prizes on ...

How artefacts linked to indicted dealer ended up in Australian galleries

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In 2017, Douglas Latchford was under pressure. Once feted by the Cambodian government and acclaimed as an international authority on south-east Asian antiquities, the Thai-based collector was now the subject of an inv...

‘They lean into the drama!’ How explosive Australian reality TV took over

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In a very crowded field, Married at First Sight (MAFS) is surely the most ridiculous reality TV show on our screens. The concept is simple: total strangers agree to tie the knot, without so much as seeing a photograph...

Natural bacteria could wipe out dengue-carrying mosquitos, Australian research suggests

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Infecting dengue-carrying mosquitoes with a strain of naturally occurring bacteria can drastically reduce their numbers, new Australian research has found. In a trial in three north Queensland communities, researchers...

Free flights and $1,000 vouchers: Australian hospitality sector lures UK workers

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Chelsee Whitehead has worked in the hospitality industry since she left high school four years ago. Before Covid-19, she always thought her industry was secure. “I picked hospitality because I thought it was an indust...

‘Rainbow magpie’: children give their pick for Australian bird of the year

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The bird of the year competition is a rewarding, yet divisive time for many Guardian readers, and employees. Tensions fly high on social media as debates rage over the deserved victor: should it be the majestic, yet n...

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