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Smith, who was 13 when he killed a four-year-old boy with a rock in western New York, has been granted parole, corrections officials say.Smith, now 41, appeared for the 11th time before the Board of Parole on October 5 and was granted release as early as November 17, the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision said in an emailed statement on Saturday.
An author, local historian and communications professional will seek to keep former leader John Barilaro's electorate in Nationals hands.Nichole Overall has been preselected by Nationals members to run for the party in the Monaro by-election, triggered by Mr Barilaro's resignation from politics.
Health Minister Greg Hunt says an "incredible" number of Australians have come forward to have the jab against COVID-19 as the country hit 32.Over the course of the next week he said very important milestones are also likely to be reached nationally.
David Amess was a man of the people, a hard-working British MP who had no grand political ambitions beyond serving those who had elected him for almost 40 years.His shocking death at the hands of a knife-wielding man at a church where he was meeting voters has reopened questions about the security needs of Britain's members of Parliament as they go about their daily work.
The Duke of Cambridge will call for society to "unite in repairing our planet" at the first awards ceremony for his environmental prize.William and the Duchess of Cambridge will join a host of famous faces for the inaugural awards ceremony for the Earthshot Prize on Sunday.
Archaeologists in southern Italy have come across the skeleton of an ancient man who died in the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD."A find from which we expect a lot," Francesco Sirano, director of the Ercolano archaeological park south of Naples, told the ANSA news agency.
Southeast Asian countries will invite a non-political representative from Myanmar to a regional summit this month, delivering an unprecedented snub to the military leader who led a coup against an elected civilian government in February.The decision taken by foreign ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) at an emergency meeting on Friday night marks a rare bold step for the consensus-driven bloc, which has traditionally favoured a policy of engagement and non-interfere
Militants have shot and killed two civilians in Indian Kashmir as a security crackdown in the disputed region intensifies, officials said.Two migrant labourers were attacked in Kashmir's main city of Srinagar and nearby Pulwama by armed insurgents on Saturday, and both later died of their injuries, police said.
Haircuts as well as a parma and pot are finally back on the menu for fully vaccinated Victorians.The state's long-suffering citizens breathed a sigh of relief as Premier Daniel Andrews announced on Sunday the state will end its sixth lockdown five days earlier than planned.
The NSW government has announced a new $130 million package to counter the mental health impacts of the pandemic, as the state prepares for the second phase of its reopening.Unveiling the suite of initiatives on Sunday, new Premier Dominic Perrottet said mental health was the "untold story of the pandemic".
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg surprised attendees at a concert for the environment by performing a song together with another climate activist in Stockholm.Thunberg sang and danced to Rick Astley's 1980s hit Never Gonna Give You Up, cheered on by the crowd on Saturday evening.
More than two dozen Victorian health services and organisations will share in $200 million worth of infrastructure funding.Almost 50 separate projects will receive money under the first round of the program announced by Health Minister Martin Foley on Saturday.
An 11th-hour deal has been reached, averting a strike of film and television crews that would have seen some 60,000 behind-the-scenes workers walk off their jobs and frozen productions in Hollywood and across the US.After days of marathon negotiations, representatives from the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and from the studios and entertainment companies who employ them reached the three-year contract agreement before a Monday strike deadline.
Star winger Marika Koroibete will miss the Wallabies' entire northern hemisphere spring tour after opting to stay in Australia following the birth of his third child.Coach Dave Rennie said Koroibete needed precious family time before linking with Japan's Panasonic Wild Knights next season on a lucrative multi-year contract.
The Nationals have asked for more details on a plan to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, following a passionate four-hour meeting in Canberra.Nationals members met on Sunday to hear from Energy Minister Angus Taylor on the plan - which will go to a Liberals partyroom meeting on Monday and all government members on Tuesday - and then discuss it.
Australians will be able to apply for an international proof of COVID-19 vaccination from Tuesday, bringing them a step closer to safe overseas travel, the federal government says.The proof will be available to Australians and Australian visa holders who have their COVID-19 vaccinations recorded on the Australian Immunisation Register, government ministers said in a joint statement on Sunday night.