Israel's Prime Minister says the war with Hamas will continue even if hostages are safely returned; Premier Chris Minns praises police for dealing with a pro-Palestinian protest at Port Botany and in cricket, Pat Cummins says the World Cup victory will create a lasting legacy.
A temporary ceasefire in the Middle East, the Northern Territory town of Alyangula celebrates the return of a collection of cultural items, and in football, Brazil coach Fernando Diniz says Brazil were the more dangerous team despite their 1-0 loss to Argentina.
Israel's Prime Minister says the war with Hamas will continue even if hostages are safely returned; Premier Chris Minns praises police for dealing with a pro-Palestinian protest at Port Botany and in cricket, Pat Cummins says the World Cup victory will create a lasting legacy. - Израелски премијер каже да ће се рат са Хамасом наставити чак и ако таоци буду безбедно враћени; Премијер НЈВ Крис Минс хвали полицију што се изборила са пропалестинским протестима; Завршене квалификације за Европско првенство у фудбалу, још 12 селекција иде у бараж.
A truce agreement between Hamas and Israel appears to be in its final stages, Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen says Australia will argue for stronger mitigation efforts at COP-28 next week, and in football, Australia beat Palestine 1-0 in Kuwait continuing their positive start in World Cup qualifying.
A man charged over the alleged rape of a 90-year-old woman in a New South Wales aged care home... The latest COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for use in Australia. And in sports, Rugby Australia pledges a new way forward for the sport.
United Nations member states repeat their call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza; the latest COVID-19 vaccines approved for us in Australia and the Socceroos get ready to face Palestine in the FIFA World Cup qualifier tonight.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese criticised for not revealing Chinese naval incident before APEC Summit. Argentina elects libertarian Javier Milei as president amid anger over economic crisis. And in Rugby Union, ousted Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan says his departure will create division in the sport.
The Greens call for greater telecommunications regulation following the resignation of Optus's C-E-O. Populist outsider Javier Milei claims victory as Argentina's new president. Solomon Island Prime Minister Manesseh Sogavare opens the Pacific Games in Honiara.
Thirty one Australian citizens evacuated from Gaza into Egypt; Jordan sends supplies and doctors across the Rafah border for an emergency field hospital; World Cup hero Travis Head misses out being named in the ICC Team of the Tournament.
31 premature babies evacuated from the Al-Shifa hospital in northern Gaza; A former military aircraft crashes into Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay; Australia stun host India for a record sixth victory in the O-D-I World Cup final.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese asked whether he raised Chinese naval incident at APEC summit, new charges laid over an alleged hit-and-run after the death of South Australia Police Comissioner's son, and in tennis, Australian Matt Ebden has been thwarted in his bid to become the world number one doubles player.
The Home Affairs Minister says discussions are being had with China over a naval incident; Thousands attend pro-Palestine rallies across the country; And in football, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Romania all qualify for the Euro 2024 Championships.
Tough new immigration detention laws come into effect from today, voters head to the polls in Melbourne's south-east for the Mulgrave by-election, and in formula one, an extraordinary first night at the Las Vegas Grand Prix for the Ferrari team.
A key legal group critical of harsh new security measures for immigration detainees; Australian divers hurt in a run-in with a Chinese warship; The Socceroos announce a donation to support humanitarian aid efforts in Gaza.
Labor set to retain former Premier Daniel Andrews' seat of Mulgrave despite a negative swing, the son of South Australia's police commissioner has died after being struck in an alleged hit-and-run, and in cricket, Australian captain Pat Cummins says his side has to embrace the tough task ahead of it in the World Cup final.
Revelations hundreds of people were unable to make emergency calls during the Optus outage; Students skip school to call for action on climate change and in football, pressure for an Adelaide United winger to represent his parent's country of origin.
Concerns around social cohesion in Australia amid conflict in the Middle East, David McBride's family stands by him as he pleads guilty to leaking classified information, nd in basketball, the Adelaide 36ers come from behind to defeat the South East Melbourne Phoenix.
FoodBev Media's Rafaela Sousa rounds up this week's food and beverage news, including: Unilever shares reformulation patents to combat freezer emissions in the ice cream sector; ‘World-first' alternative seafood association launched; Mars acquires British confectionery brand Hotel Chocolat for £534m; and more.
Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin faces a Senate inquiry over last week's outage; A South Australian police officer killed while on duty and Hungary advance to the European Championship finals after a 2-2 draw with Bulgaria.
The government's tough new immigration rules pass federal parliament; Fears the Israel-Hamas war could expand even further as Gazans in the south told to leave; The Socceroos account for Bangladesh in their first 2026 World Cup qualifier.
The United States backs Israel's claims of Hamas using hospitals in Gaza for military operations; Bunnings to stop selling engineered stone and in cricket, Australia set for tomorrow's clash against South Africa in the World Cup semi-finals
The UK's top court rules against a scheme to send asylum seekers to Rwanda; Australia's opposition leader accused of weaponising antisemitism in Parliament; The Socceroos feeling confident ahead of tonight's World Cup qualifier.
Gaza City's largest hospital still functioning due to the "heroic efforts" of its staff; An Adelaide council votes against flying the Palestinian flag; And in football, a 17-year-old sensation smashes the Australian transfer fee record.
The White House calls for hospitals in Gaza to be protected; Australian young people overwhelmingly support a right to a healthy environment; The New South Wales Rugby Union is the first to agree to be integrated into Rugby Australia.
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