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Support for the federal coalition has dipped, with more voters now saying the government should prioritise meeting targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions.The latest Newspoll, published in The Australian on Monday, found Labor is leading the coalition 54 per cent to 46 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.
Tasmania remains Australia's best performing state, a position it has held for nearly two years and one it doesn't look like giving up in a hurry.In Commonwealth Securities' quarterly State of States report, chief economist Craig James says there is little to separate other states and territories.
The Morrison government has spent nearly $13 million promoting its climate credentials to voters while refusing to release modelling underpinning its plan to cut emissions.9 million spend includes more than $488,000 looking at public attitudes towards climate change and market testing the coalition's "positive energy campaign" launched in September.
Neighbours heard a terrifying 'blood-curdling" scream and a female begging not to be hit on the night a woman was killed outside a Gold Coast hinterland home.Gaylene Cobby - known as Kym - was beaten and choked while taking out rubbish at her Worongary home on November 12, 2017.
A convicted terrorist accessed information about executions, beheadings and torture online "almost immediately" after their release from jail.The release of such offenders from Australian jails is chewing up a significant amount of police resources, Australian Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw told Senate estimates on Monday morning.
Two years ago Apple threatened to pull Facebook and Instagram from its app store over concerns about the platform being used as a tool to trade and sell maids in the Mideast.After publicly promising to crack down, Facebook acknowledged in internal documents obtained by The Associated Press that it was "under-enforcing on confirmed abusive activity" that saw Filipina maids complaining on the social media site of being abused.
Israel has published tenders for about 1300 new settlement homes in the occupied West Bank and authorities are also expected to discuss proposals for another 3000 homes that have already drawn concern from the United States.The Israel Land Authority posted the tenders for new houses to be built in a number of settlements in the West Bank, which are on land that Palestinians want for a future state.
Uzbekistan has voted in a presidential election in which incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev faced no genuine opposition and is almost certain to win a second term.Mirziyoyev's predicted victory will allow him to deepen his largely successful reform campaign and likely lead to Uzbekistan opening up further to foreign trade and investment - while retaining a highly centralised political system.
More students have made their return to Canberra's classrooms after months of learning from home due to the COVID-19 lockdown.Early childhood learners, preschool to year 2 students and pupils in years 6, 9 and 10 all resumed lessons in person on Monday as part of the staged return to schools.
A young woman who smashed a bottle at the feet of tradie Cam Smith's girlfriend as she rushed to his aid says she's grieving too for what happened.Mr Smith, a carpenter remembered for his zest for life, died after being set upon while standing up for his girlfriend outside Seaford train station last year.
Nine out of 10 Australians believe the federal parliament should pass laws to ensure political advertising is truthful.Research by the Australia Institute found truth in political advertising laws are strongly supported by voters across the political spectrum.
A Sydney woman won't have to return to custody for plotting to drug her mate's abusive partner.Marissa Tofield was on Monday sentenced to a one-year community corrections order for conspiring to cause a person to take an intoxicating substance to cause distress or pain in December 2019.