‘Delicious climate alarmism irony’ ahead of COP26 in Glasgow

While world leaders are all burning jet fuel and heading to Glasgow to “parade their great virtuous cause” of reducing carbon dioxide emissions, the UK is short of commercial supplies […]

Australia a part of ‘the most significant space project of the decade’

Space Industry of Australia CEO James Brown says while recent forays into spaces may have much of the focus on billionaires and their travels, but there are wider benefits. “The […]

Unemployment rises to 4.6 per cent from 4.5 per cent

Employment Minister Stuart Robert says it is a “tale of locked up states versus unlocked up states” amid a rise in unemployment from 4.5 per cent to 4.6 per cent. […]

Unemployment rate ‘better than expected’ despite rising to 4.6 per cent

Australia’s unemployment rate is “better than expected” despite taking a hit, rising by 0.1 percentage points to 4.6 per cent. Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show approximately 138,000 […]

‘Squid Game’ becomes Netflix’s most-watched show

The hit TV show ‘Squid Game’ has officially become Netflix’s biggest original series launch in history. The streaming giant says 111 million people worldwide have watched the dystopian drama over […]

ACT records 46 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases

ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman says the territory recorded 46 new locally acquired cases overnight. "We have 46 new cases today as we move into the last day […]

Palaszczuk drops hint on Queensland’s border reopening

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has dropped her biggest hint yet on when the state’s borders could reopen after urging residents to get vaccinated before Christmas. Ms Annastacia noted it takes […]

Victoria launches ‘mental health menu’ for schools

Victorian Deputy Premier James Merlino has announced the state government is launching a “mental health menu” for schools which will see increased support for the mental health of students. He […]

Australia’s CSL reaffirms commitment to making AstraZeneca COVID vaccine

(Reuters) – Australian biotech CSL said on Thursday it was committed to its agreement for the production of about 50 million doses of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine into 2022.
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Victoria could exit lockdown next week

Melbourne’s lockdown could be lifted as early as next week as the city remains on track to reach its vaccination targets ahead of schedule. Victoria was originally meant to reach […]