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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 19, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating in Australia – ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating In Australia … the title “Castlevania Advance Collection” with the Australian Classification Board, … Drink driver arrested after crash in Pooraka, South Australia – Drink driver arrested after crash in Pooraka, … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 18, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia’s swimmers raise hope of Tokyo Olympics gold medal haul – Australia will send 35 swimmers to Tokyo including Cate Campbell and Emily Seebohm; Twenty-one swimmers are off to their first Games; Kaylee McKeown, … How to fix the broken ‘boys’ club’ that is Australian sport – You … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 17, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Race Videos: Kyle Chalmers Wins Two Events at Australian Olympic Trials – Tonight concluded Day 5 of the 2021 Australian Olympic Trials. So far, we have seen 7 record-breaking swims, which can be viewed here. Seven more … Iron ore price: Five triggers that could push price down … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 16, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Will the Australia-UK trade deal be in Australia’s interest? History shows we must be careful – Boris Johnson gestures to Scott Morrison. Scott Morrison and Boris Johnson have reached an in-principle agreement for a free trade deal between Australia and … Most Australians expect politicians to lie, but … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 15, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia news LIVE: Biloela family awaits release from Christmas Island, active COVID-19 cases decline in Victoria – Australia news LIVE: Biloela family awaits release from Christmas Island, active COVID-19 cases decline in Victoria · ‘Correct’ that Biloela family will be reunited on … Workers on Australian farms being … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 14, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Nearly two thirds of Australians think home ownership won’t be an option for young people as property prices rise – Key points: The Australia Talks survey found 65 per cent of us think owning a home isn’t really an option for most young Australians anymore … Celtic transfer … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 13, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed PM: Australia has ‘no greater friends’ than the US and the UK – Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia has “no greater friends” than the United States and the United Kingdom following a trilateral meeting with President … Scott Morrison holds historic meeting with US President Joe Biden … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 12, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Snow in June? Yes, in Australia | The Weather Channel – A snow groomer moves snow across the ski run on Friday, June 11, 2021, in Mount Buller, Australia. Mt. Buller Ski Resort will open for the snow season on … These Australian swimmers are the ones to … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 11, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australian swimmer cites ‘perverts’ withdraws from Olympic trials – Double Olympic silver medallist Madeline Groves has pulled out of Australia’s swimming trials for the Tokyo Games, citing “misogynistic perverts in sport”. Groves, … Denmark vs. Australia – Football Match Report – June 10, 2021Teenage substitute Mary Fowler rifled … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 10, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Young lot feeders award celebrates emerging leaders – The Australian Lot Feeders’ Association is calling for nominations in its … Last year’s winner was Molly Sage, 22, mill foreperson at JBS Australia’s Beef City … Japan, Australia share China concerns, augment defense ties – Japan Australia. Japanese Foreign … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 9, 2021


Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 8, 2021 COVID Australia: Victorian lockdown sees youth suicide soar by 184 per cent in past six months, Kids Helpline reveals – COVID-19: alarming stats show one in 10 Australians depressed … Santos awarded $15 million for SA carbon project – The Morrison Government has backed six new Australian … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 8, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Socceroos player ratings vs Chinese Taipei – Fringe players Impress As Australia Thrash Chinese Taipei. Cautious Sutton leaves ‘little room to move’ on restrictions – Welcome to live updates on Australia’s battle with the coronavirus pandemic. A strong desire from senior ministers for an end to many Covid-19 … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 7, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Investment scams: ACCC report finds Australians lost $851 million last year – Based on combined data from Scamwatch, other government agencies and banks, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says Australians lost … Majority of Australians Support Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine For Aged Care Workers – The Australia Institute … Continue reading

China says it wants to become loveable, but will Australians believe them?


China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that China wants to become more credible, loveable and respectable, but that seems easier said than done. It’s about as likely as Peter Dutton sponsoring a refugee family, or Scott Morrison closing offshore detention centres and bringing the asylum seekers to Australia. China’s political system, economic structure and … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 6, 2021


Overnight news headlines you may have missed Police are responding to serious crash at Eyre, South Australia – Police are responding to serious crash at Eyre, South Australia. Police are investigating a serious crash at Eyre (west of Davoren Park). Just after 10.30pm, … G7 nations reach historic agreement to tax multinational corporations – Sky … Continue reading

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 5, 2021


Climate change strategy launched – Dairy Australia has a number of active projects in this area, including the DairyBase Carbon Calculator tool. Embed. Australian dairy farmers have always made … Covid-19 vaccines: How Australia’s options compare – And Melbourne, which is battling an outbreak of one of the super infectious Indian variants, is at the … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: March 2, 2021


UPDATE 1-Australia’s central bank commits to keep 3-year yields low amid bond rout … SYDNEY, March 2 (Reuters) – Australia’s central bank on Tuesday re…, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) kept rates at 0.1% and emphasised… March 01, 2021 10:46pm EST Boeing, Australian air force say pilotless, fighter-like jet completed first test flight … … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: March 1, 2021


Australia’s Crown Resorts director quits over ties to billionaire shareholder … that it had underpaid its staff. Several of Australia’s biggest… companies, including Woolworths, Coles and Commonwealth Bank of Australia… FEBRUARY 28, 2021 08:42PM EST PRECIOUS-Gold prices edge higher on softer dollar …, Germany and Australia ending February with their biggest monthly rises… FEBRUARY 28, 2021 08:35PM EST Australia shares climb 1.5% … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 26, 2021


Asian markets roiled as bond rout turns ‘lethal’ … of the selloff prompted Australia’s central bank to launch a surprise… February 25, 2021 09:03pm EST Asian markets roiled as bond rout turns ‘lethal’ … of the selloff prompted Australia’s central bank to launch a surprise… February 25, 2021 09:00pm EST MORE VIDEO RESULTS » GLOBAL … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 23, 2021


Australia‘s Macquarie reaps windfall profits from U.S. winter freeze …, which also operates Australia’s largest asset manager and investment… February 22, 2021 04:47pm EST Australia shares set to track Wall Street lower as U.S. Treasury yields firm … Feb 23 (Reuters) – Australian shares were poised to inch lower on Tuesday after a weak showing … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 22, 2021


Dollar falls as improving sentiment boosts riskier currencies … will ease risks to Australia’s economy over the year, ratings agency Fitch… the yen, the dollar held steady at 105.45 Australia on Monday began its… February 21, 2021 07:38pm EST FOREX-Dollar falls as improving sentiment boosts riskier currencies … to Australia’s economy over the year, ratings … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 21, 2021


Coronavirus Australia live news: Prime Minister, aged care residents and frontline staff will be among first to be vaccinated today Jane Malysiak gets the Pfizer shot at Sydney’s Castle Hill Medical Centre before Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives his vaccination as well. Follow live.ABC News1 hour ago UK scientists highlight 12 criteria for Covid vaccine … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 20, 2021


Victoria records zero new coronavirus cases as Melbourne case moved to ICU Just 25 Covid cases remain in Victoria as state begins first weekend since end of third lockdown.The Guardian1 hour ago Zero cases of COVID-19 recorded in Victoria | ABC News video_youtubeABC News (Australia)1 hour ago Second woman accuses ex-Liberal staffer of rape Another … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: February 19, 2021


Facebook’s brazen attempt to crush regulations in Australia may backfire Facebook’s move to block news publishers in Australia may create an even stronger backlash against the company, adding fuel to arguments that it has too …The Washington Post1 hour ago Facebook sends blunt message to the world, blocking Australians’ access to news | ABC News … Continue reading

Australian News Headlines: 18 February, 2021


Emergency services and health Facebook pages have been caught up in the tech company’s decision to block Australian news *content*.Sydney Morning Herald2 hours ago video_youtubeABC News (Australia)3 hours ago As Victoria emerges from a snap five-day lockdown, a “weak positive” test result has been recorded in aged care. The case, which wasn’t added to Wednesday’s … Continue reading

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Shanghai Extravagance, Silicon Valley Stoics, and US-China Agony

Shanghai Extravagance, Silicon Valley Stoics, and US-China Agony

Shanghai has just replaced Hong Kong as the ‘most expensive city’, according to Swiss private bank JuliusBär Group’s Global Wealth and Lifestyle Report 2021 (Juliusbaer.com 2021 Apr 8). By comparing Shanghai on the socialist mainland and HK as a champion of capitalism for decades, the high-net-worth-individuals in Shanghai seem to be much more willing and […]

Cadence Column: Asia, June 21, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, June 21, 2021

China is facing massive resentment against its own Communist Party from inside its own borders. Members of ordinary society stab Communist Party members and are regarded heroes. The party of self-importance on the world stage isn’t only hated by the rest of the world, but also by the people it oppresses at home. CCP does […]

After the Biden-Putin Geneva Summit

After the Biden-Putin Geneva Summit

With little expectations, but a lot of combinations and nervousness, was the long awaited summit of the Presidents of America and Russia a failure? It was not.  And can it be described as a success, as a breakthrough from the winter of a renewed Cold War? Again – no! So what was this summit then, what – […]

China suddenly puts brakes on climate action, wind and solar subsidies

China suddenly puts brakes on climate action, wind and solar subsidies

It’s almost like China’s climate action was just window dressing. It seems to be unraveling… China’s National Carbon Trading Scheme was supposed to go into full operation later this month, but now it’s been cut back by two-thirds. Instead of “working” with 6,000 companies it will only involve 2,000. And only a week ago, the […]

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 19, 2021

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 19, 2021

Originally posted on Craig Hill:
Australian News Overnight news headlines you may have missed ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating in Australia – ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating In Australia … the title “Castlevania Advance Collection” with the Australian Classification Board, … Drink driver arrested after crash in Pooraka, South Australia –…

China in the News: June 19, 2021

China in the News: June 19, 2021

What the world is saying about China (past 24 hours) Cruz: Americans should compete against China in 2022 Beijing Olympics and ‘kick their commie a–es’ – Sen. Ted Cruz broke with a number of other Republicans in saying that the U.S. should not boycott the 2022 Beijing Olympics to stand up to China’s abuses, but […]

China lacks capability and intent to invade Taiwan: top US general

China lacks capability and intent to invade Taiwan: top US general

China does not have the military capability or the intent to seize Taiwan by force in the immediate future, the top uniformed officer of the U.S. military told Congress Thursday. “China has a ways to go to develop the actual no-kidding capability to conduct military operations to seize, through military means, the entire island of Taiwan, […]

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 18, 2021

Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 18, 2021

Originally posted on Craig Hill:
Australian News Overnight news headlines you may have missed Australia’s swimmers raise hope of Tokyo Olympics gold medal haul – Australia will send 35 swimmers to Tokyo including Cate Campbell and Emily Seebohm; Twenty-one swimmers are off to their first Games; Kaylee McKeown, … How to fix the broken ‘boys’…

China in the News: June 18, 2021

China in the News: June 18, 2021

What the world is saying about China (past 24 hours) First astronauts arrive at China’s space station – In this photo released by Xinhua News Agency, Chinese astronauts salute after successfully entering the Tianhe space station module as they are displayed on .. EXCLUSIVE Chinese apps could face subpoenas or bans Biden order -sources – […]

China unleash AI fighter jets capable of shooting down real pilots – ‘Better than humans’

China unleash AI fighter jets capable of shooting down real pilots – ‘Better than humans’

China has unveiled its latest military technological achievement – fighter jets controlled by artificial intelligence (AI). In simulated test battles, the AI-controlled jets were able to shoot down real human pilots according to the Chinese military’s official newspaper, PLA Daily. Brigade commander Du Jianfeng, told the publication that the AI jets were becoming more integrated […]