Largest Aust coal mine gets final tick
Largest Aust coal mine gets final tick
A series of vintage Holdens up for auction face an export ban if they are given "protected" cultural status.Lloyds Auctions says it plans to put the vehicles under the hammer on Sunday as part of a larger classic cars sale.
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The specialised police unit that included the five Memphis officers involved in the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols has been disbanded as protests continue across the United States following the release of harrowing video of the attack.The department said in a statement on Saturday it was permanently deactivating the Scorpion unit after the police chief spoke with members of Nichols' family, community leaders and other officers.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says the situation at the front remains "extremely acute," particularly in the eastern Donetsk region where Russia is stepping up an offensive.Zelenskiy reported major battles for Vuhledar, to the southwest of Donetsk, and Bakhmut, to the northeast.
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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has fired the chairman of his ruling Conservative Party Sunday over a "serious breach" of the ministerial code.Pressure had been building on Nadhim Zahawi amid allegations he settled a multimillion-dollar unpaid tax bill while he was in charge of the country's Treasury.
San Francisco authorities have released video footage of former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, being struck by an intruder's hammer as police rushed into their home to stop the attack.The police body camera footage of the October 28 violence was released on Friday alongside a surveillance video showing the alleged attacker, David DePape, 42, smashing through a glass window to get into the couple's San Francisco home.
Peruvian President Dina Boluarte says she is considering moving up general elections to December of this year as the Andean leader struggles to keep a hold on protests that have left dozens dead.The change would need to be passed by Congress.
The man who carried out a pepper-spray attack on a US Capitol Police officer who died the day after the 2021 riot was sentenced to 80 months in prison on Friday with credit for time already served in pre-trial detention.Julian Khater, 32, who admitted in a guilty plea he had used the pepper spray against Officer Brian Sicknick and at least two other officers, told US District Judge Thomas Hogan the rash actions he took that day were not in his nature, and he wishes he could take them back.
Getty ImagesWe’ve built our cities to be vulnerable to – and exacerbate – major weather events such as the one we saw in Auckland on Friday. While almost no city in the world could fully escape the effects of four months’ worth of rain in 24 hours, there are many things that could have been done to avoid some of the worst impacts. Buildings, streets and car parks are all impermeable surfaces. When it rains, the water rushes off these surfaces and into gutters. From the gutters, the water drains
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New Zealand's death toll from heavy rain has risen to four as flash floods and landslides on the north island continued for a third day.Battered since Friday, Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, remained under a state of emergency.
For many, the cloud is an obscure, ethereal place to send files when they run out of space on their phone or laptop.But all of that information goes to a physical site - a data centre where thousands of servers work around the clock to store and manage content.
The reporter is hopeful the attention his area is getting will lead to meaningful, longterm change. Find out more here.
Authorities say three people have died and at least one is missing after record levels of rainfall pounded New Zealand's largest city, causing widespread disruption.Prime Minister Chris Hipkins flew to Auckland on a military plane after a state of emergency was declared in the region.
The British traveller refuted suggestion her photo gave off the wrong impressions.
Former army chief Petr Pavel has won the Czech Republic's presidential election after a campaign featuring strong backing for NATO, the European Union and support for aid to Ukraine.Pavel, a 61-year-old retired general running for office for the first time, was set to win more than 58 per cent of the vote with nearly all voting districts having reported, defeating billionaire ex-prime minister Andrej Babis - a dominant but polarising force in Czech politics for a decade.
Australia Day came a day late at the X-Games in Aspen with snowboarders Scotty James and Valentino Guseli filling two spots on the halfpipe podium.James claimed his sixth X-Games victory while teenage ace Guseli finished third - the first time two Australian athletes had been amongst the medals in the same discipline in Aspen.
The South Australian opposition has had a shake up after the resignation of the state's ex-health minister.Liberal leader David Speirs announced his new shadow cabinet on Sunday, with the opposition leader saying he's confident it will lead his party back to government in 2026.
Screams from the man's wife could reportedly be heard from neighbouring homes. Find out more.