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Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Newcastle have launched an investigation after video footage emerged of a security guard escorting Knights co-captain Kalyn Ponga and utility Kurt Mann out of a toilet cubicle. In the clip, the security guard is surprised to see Ponga emerge before both men leave quietly with their drinks. The video was

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PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

The Albanese government is considering whether to probe the legality of Scott Morrison’s moves to secretly swear himself into three ministerial portfolios. The federal government has confirmed it is seeking legal advice after reports at the weekend that Mr Morrison was sworn into the health, finance and resources portfolios at

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Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Newcastle have launched an investigation after video footage emerged of a security guard escorting Knights co-captain Kalyn Ponga and utility Kurt Mann out of a toilet cubicle. In the clip, the security guard is surprised to see Ponga emerge before both men leave quietly with their drinks. The video was

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PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

The Albanese government is considering whether to probe the legality of Scott Morrison’s moves to secretly swear himself into three ministerial portfolios. The federal government has confirmed it is seeking legal advice after reports at the weekend that Mr Morrison was sworn into the health, finance and resources portfolios at

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Northern Territory schools to open during strike

Northern Territory schools to open during strike

Northern Territory schools to be hit by strike action this week will all remain open, authorities say. The NT Department of Education says it has been advised of the four-hour industrial action planned for Friday over the public sector’s four-year pay freeze. The walkout will involve schools across Darwin and Palmerston

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JB Hi-Fi profit soars as sales top $9 billion

JB Hi-Fi profit soars as sales top $9 billion

JB Hi-Fi says it made $544.9 million in net profit after tax in the 12 months to June 30, 7.7 per cent more than last year, as consumer demand stayed strong for electronics and home appliances. Total sales rose 3.5 per cent to $9.23 billion, with online sales up 52.8

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Further NDIS resourcing to tackle fraud

Further NDIS resourcing to tackle fraud

National Disability Insurance Scheme Minister Bill Shorten has pledged more resources to stamp out fraudulent claims costing millions of dollars. The post Further NDIS resourcing to tackle fraud appeared first

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Man charged over Canberra airport shooting

Man charged over Canberra airport shooting

A 63-year-old NSW man will face the ACT Magistrates Court charged with three firearm offences following a shooting at Canberra airport. The post Man charged over Canberra airport shooting appeared

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Secret ScoMo’s business

Secret ScoMo’s business

Former PM Scott Morrison secretly swore himself in to ministerial portfolios and the NSW Transport Minister launches an extraordinary criticism of Treasurer Matt Kean. The post Secret ScoMo’s business appeared

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Shelling near nuclear plant in Ukraine

Shelling near nuclear plant in Ukraine

Both Russia and Ukraine have blamed each other for shelling that struck near the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. The post Shelling near nuclear plant in Ukraine appeared first on Crikey.

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Retail workers being left behind: report

Retail workers being left behind: report

A survey of retail workers has revealed increased surveillance and online shopping has had a detrimental effect on employees. The post Retail workers being left behind: report appeared first on

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Calls for skilled migration overhaul

Calls for skilled migration overhaul

Australia needs to ditch its “ad hoc” skilled migration system in order to drive the country’s prosperity, the Business Council says ahead of the jobs summit. The post Calls for

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The importance of investing early in leadership development

The importance of investing early in leadership development

Many organisations gear their professional development budgets towards senior leadership positions. This is despite the knowledge that by the time people get to these levels, many of their leadership behaviours are well entrenched (including the bad ones). Far too often, new and emerging leaders are left to learn how to

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More US lawmakers visiting Taiwan

More US lawmakers visiting Taiwan

Five American lawmakers are visiting Taiwan just 12 days after a visit by Speaker Nancy Pelosi prompted an angry response from China. The post More US lawmakers visiting Taiwan appeared

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Shooting reported at Canberra Airport

Shooting reported at Canberra Airport

A man has been arrested after shots were reportedly fired inside Canberra Airport, which has been evacuated and flights stuck on the tarmac. The post Shooting reported at Canberra Airport

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Latest News

Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Knights investigate Ponga toilet video

Newcastle have launched an investigation after video footage emerged of a security guard escorting Knights co-captain Kalyn Ponga and utility Kurt Mann out of a toilet cubicle. In the clip, the security guard is surprised to see Ponga emerge before both men leave quietly with their drinks. The video was

read more
PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

PM seeks legal advice over ‘extraordinary’ Morrison move

The Albanese government is considering whether to probe the legality of Scott Morrison’s moves to secretly swear himself into three ministerial portfolios. The federal government has confirmed it is seeking legal advice after reports at the weekend that Mr Morrison was sworn into the health, finance and resources portfolios at

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Visa backlog marks Kabul fall anniversary

Visa backlog marks Kabul fall anniversary

Concerns remain over the number of Afghan visas yet to be processed by Australia a year on from the fall of the capital Kabul to the Taliban. The federal government is looking at other visa pathways but Immigration Minister Andrew Giles has stopped short of saying it will raise the humanitarian

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Qld business downcast amid strong earnings

Qld business downcast amid strong earnings

Queensland businesses are less confident about the next 12 months despite enjoying solid sales and revenue. Some 42 per cent of businesses say sales and revenue rose in the June quarter, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Queensland (CCIQ). However, their confidence has fallen as rising labour and

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Husic convenes five industry roundtables on skills challenges

Husic convenes five industry roundtables on skills challenges

Federal Industry minister Ed Husic will this week host five invitation-only industry roundtables to discuss challenges posed by skilled labour shortages ahead of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Jobs and Skills Summit to be held at Parliament House in the first week of September. Mr Husic will host two roundtables

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Australia’s ‘golden opportunity’ to commercialise science

Australia’s ‘golden opportunity’ to commercialise science

Australia has the talent and the capital to turn its science innovations into economic advantage at scale, according to the experts leading the current commercialisation push. But a culture shift to genuine collaboration and incentives to direct the capital to where it’s needed remain key barriers. At a CEDA

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Canberra Airport reopens after shooting

Canberra Airport reopens after shooting

Passengers have been allowed to re-enter Canberra Airport, hours after a shooting incident inside the terminal prompted its evacuation. A man was arrested at the airport after firing as many as five shots inside, some leaving bullet holes in airport windows, just after 1.30pm on Sunday. The man was taken

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Arrest after Canberra Airport shooting

Arrest after Canberra Airport shooting

Canberra Airport has been evacuated after reports of gunshots being fired inside the terminal. ACT Police said a man was arrested at the scene and a gun recovered. Officers were called to the airport about 1.30pm on Sunday following multiple reports of gunshots. “CCTV has been reviewed and at this

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Environment

Australia’s largest clean energy event returns to Melbourne this October

Australia’s largest clean energy event returns to Melbourne this October

All-Energy Australia, Australia’s largest clean energy event, is taking place this October in Melbourne to continue supporting the industry’s growth and to help accelerate Australia’s transition to a renewable energy future.  The post Australia’s largest clean energy event returns to Melbourne this October appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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