Australia coach Justin Langer has defended the decision to snub Josh Hazlewood for the Cricket World Cup, insisting he’s not played enough recent white ball cricket to justify selection.
Independent Kerryn Phelps is expected to concede the Sydney seat of Wentworth to the Liberals after just seven months representing the electorate. With 75 per cent of the vote counted, Dave Sharma is more than 1,700 votes ahead of Dr Phelps, meaning the former Liberal stronghold, previously held by ousted ex-prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, brings […]
A One Nation campaign truck has been set on fire outside a Hobart shopping centre, with party leader Pauline Hanson blaming the ‘left’ for the blaze.
An emotional Alain Delon has received a prize for his six decade-long acting career as the Cannes Film Festival shrugged off criticism prompted by his views on women and same-sex couples to give him an honorary Palme d’Or.
Incitec Pivot’s first-half profit has tumbled by more than two thirds after the chemicals and fertiliser manufacturer was hit by the north Queensland floods.
The Coalition is confident of holding Chisholm, despite warnings of a landslide swing against the Coalition in Victoria. While Labor will pick up the southern seat of Dunkley and the newly created western suburb seat of Fraser, Chisholm hangs on a knife’s edge. Liberal candidate Gladys Liu is ahead of her Labor rival Jennifer Yang […]
Robert F. Smith, keynote speaker for Morehouse College’s commencement ceremony, said he would pay off the college debt of the class of 2019, approximately $40 million. PHOTO: STEVE SCHAEFER/ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION VIA AP
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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says voters are hunting for practical climate solutions that don’t force Australians into a choice ‘between reducing emissions and having a strong economy’. The re-elected member for Kooyong, in Melbourne’s east, told Sky News on Monday, ‘you can have both’. Mr Frydenberg says unlike Labor’s vague pathway to reaching its higher emissions […]
Tornadoes whipping up gusts of more than 200 kilometres per hour have left tens of thousands of homes without power in parts of central and southern North America. Residents have witnessed apocalyptic scenes as twisters overturned buildings and vehicles, while lightning ignited several fires including one at a church.