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T20 World Cup 2024: Australia v Oman – live

T20 World Cup 2024: Australia v Oman – live



Updates from the first-round match at Kensington OvalAny thoughts? Email or get in touch on X @Jimbo_Cricket4th over: Australia 25-1 (Warner 11, Marsh 1) Shakeel Ahmed into the attack with his pacey left arm spin. Gah! His first ball is a drag down that Warner clubs away for four. The bowler is on the button after that though, round the wicket and with a flat trajectory, firing it in at the stumps and pads. He beats Warner’s edge and gets out of the over for just six runs in total.3rd over: Australia 19-1 (Warner 6, Marsh 0) Mitch Marsh arrives at the crease. Oman have a slip in place and Bilal Khan has his dander up. Marsh blocks back the final two balls of the over. Good stuff this. Continue reading…



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Australia politics live: Bandt flags potential legal action against attorney general over ‘unfounded’ comments on Gaza protests

Australia politics live: Bandt flags potential legal action against attorney general over ‘unfounded’ comments on Gaza protests



Meanwhile Chalmers denies nation heading into recession but admits economy ‘very weak’. Follow all the day’s news liveGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastGoing fully electric would save households more than $600 a year for next four decades, report saysHouseholds would save an average of $608 a year for the next 40 years if new residential buildings in New South Wales were required to be fully electric, according to a report commissioned by climate organisation 350 Australia.It cuts energy bills for local residents and small businesses during a cost of living crisis and reduces climate pollution, at almost no cost to councils. It will be low-income people and renters who will benefit most from council-led electrification. Continue reading…



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Police arrest student protesters who occupied Stanford president’s office

Police arrest student protesters who occupied Stanford president’s office



Police arrest 13 pro-Palestinian demonstrators who staged occupation of office while roughly 50 others linked arms outsidePolice at Stanford University arrested a group of pro-Palestinian demonstrators who had barricaded themselves inside the campus president’s office on Wednesday morning to demand that the school divest from Israel.A group of about a dozen students staged an occupation of the office of Richard Saller, Stanford’s president, while roughly 50 others linked arms outside, the Stanford Daily reported. The group entered the building around 6am on Wednesday, the final day of classes for the spring quarter, and said they intended to stay until the university met its demands. Continue reading…



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Publish date : 2024-06-05 21:54:24

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US senator confirms that Ukraine has used US weapons to strike inside Russia

US senator confirms that Ukraine has used US weapons to strike inside Russia



Biden recently authorized Kyiv to use US weapons to strike within borders only if Russian forces were attacking or preparing to attackUkraine has used US weapons to strike inside Russia in recent days, according to a US senator and a western official familiar with the matter.The weapons were used under recently approved guidance from Joe Biden allowing American arms to be used to strike inside Russia for the limited purpose of defending Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. Continue reading…



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Starmer says Sunak ‘revealed character’ by lying about Labour’s tax plans – UK politics live

Starmer says Sunak ‘revealed character’ by lying about Labour’s tax plans – UK politics live



Labour leader says PM’s tactics in Tuesday night TV debate show he is dishonest when put under pressureReality check: the truth behind the Tories’ £2,000 tax claimSign up for the general election email newsletterEd Davey, the Lib Dem leader, has been fined for speeding after being caught doing 73mph in a 60mph zone on the M1, PA Media reports. PA says:Details of the case, dealt with under an administrative system called the single justice procedure, were revealed by the Evening Standard newspaper.Davey wrote a letter of explanation in which he said he had tried to pay a speeding ticket issued by Bedfordshire police after he was caught speeding on the M1 near Caddington. Continue reading…



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Guardian’s Lorenzo Tondo wins Italy’s prestigious Premiolino award

Guardian’s Lorenzo Tondo wins Italy’s prestigious Premiolino award



Correspondent scoops ‘Italian Pulitzer’ for ‘exceptional work’ reporting on Ukraine and Israel-Gaza conflictThe Guardian international correspondent Lorenzo Tondo has been awarded the Premiolino, one of Italy’s oldest and most prestigious journalism prizes, for his reporting on the war in Ukraine and the conflict between Israel and Hamas.Tondo, 42, who joined the news organisation in 2016 and covers Ukraine, the Middle East and the migration crisis around the Mediterranean, is the first Italian journalist working for a foreign publication to win the award, known as the “Italian Pulitzer”. Continue reading…



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Author : Jon Henley

Publish date : 2024-06-05 12:33:45

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Russia-Ukraine war live: Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelenskiy to meet for talks in Normandy

Russia-Ukraine war live: Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelenskiy to meet for talks in Normandy



US president and Ukrainian president to sit down after they arrive for anniversary of D-day landings in France, White House confirmsThe Kyiv Independent reports that Ukrainian forces downed 22 drones launched by Russia overnight.Citing the Ukrainian air force’s morning update, the publication writes that the drones were “reportedly launched from Cape Chauda in Russian-occupied Crimea and Russia’s Kursk oblast, located around 95 kilometers (around 60 miles) from the Russia-Ukraine border”. Continue reading…



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Author : Amy Sedghi

Publish date : 2024-06-05 09:19:32

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‘Do not take Europe for granted,’ says parliament president days before vote – Europe live

‘Do not take Europe for granted,’ says parliament president days before vote – Europe live



Roberta Metsola urges people to defend Europe, saying they must vote ‘or others will decide for you’We asked Siegfried Mureșan, a member of the European parliament from Romania’s National Liberal party (PNL) and vice-president of the European People’s party, what he’s been hearing from voters on the campaign trail.“Firstly, it’s obviously the economy,” he said, adding that while the country “has a relatively good energy mix” it is still facing increased energy prices.We feel safe for the time being, because we’re a member of NATO, because we have a close partnership with the United States, because obviously we’re in the European Union.But there is this general concern with regards to security. We have had a certain number of Russian drones targeting Ukrainian civil infrastructure just hundreds of metres away from the Romanian border, falling down on Romanian territory. We know it was not a deliberate, targeted attack by Russia against NATO member Romania…. But still those are Russian drones on Romanian territory. And people are concerned. Continue reading…



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Author : Lili Bayer in Brussels

Publish date : 2024-06-05 08:03:34

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Politics Weekly Westminster: The first TV debate

Politics Weekly Westminster: The first TV debate



The Guardian’s Pippa Crerar and Kiran Stacey discuss the first TV head to head between Keir Starmer and Rishi Sunak Continue reading…



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Author : Presented by Pippa Crerar and Kiran Stacey, produced by Frankie Tobi, original music by Axel Kacoutié; the executive producer is Maz Ebtehaj

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NT government puts Jabiluka uranium site on hold in preliminary win for traditional owners

NT government puts Jabiluka uranium site on hold in preliminary win for traditional owners



Order issued to prevent mining and exploration for two years at site, which is surrounded by Kakadu national parkFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThe Northern Territory government has issued a two-year order to prevent mining and exploration at Jabiluka, while a decision is pending on whether to grant the leaseholder a 10-year extension.The reservation order under the NT Minerals Titles Act was gazetted on Wednesday and while in force it also prevents Energy Resources Australia (ERA) from applying for the grant of any mineral title over the land, which is the site of a large uranium deposit.Sign up for Guardian Australia’s free morning and afternoon email newsletters for your daily news roundup Continue reading…



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Author : Karen Middleton Political editor

Publish date : 2024-06-05 04:25:14

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Victorian police officer who made ‘disgraceful’ homophobic remarks has dismissal overturned

Victorian police officer who made ‘disgraceful’ homophobic remarks has dismissal overturned



Officer ordered to pay $10,000 in compensation to a gay colleague and $2,000 to the Victorian Pride CentreFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA Victorian police officer who used homophobic slurs to other officers when referring to a gay man who had reported family violence has had his dismissal from the force overturned.The Victorian Police Registration and Services Board, in a decision published this week, instead ordered the unnamed officer to pay $10,000 to a gay colleague and $2,000 to the Victorian Pride Centre as compensation for the “disgraceful” comments, arguing the dismissal was harsh.Sign up for Guardian Australia’s free morning and afternoon email newsletters for your daily news roundup Continue reading…



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Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood calls backlash over Israel show amid Gaza war ‘unprogressive’

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood calls backlash over Israel show amid Gaza war ‘unprogressive’



Radiohead musician issues statement on his ongoing work with Israeli musician Dudu Tassa after being accused of ‘artwashing genocide’ by pro-Palestine movementRadiohead’s Jonny Greenwood has defended his ongoing collaboration with the Israeli artist Dudu Tassa amid criticism from pro-Palestine activists, calling the backlash “unprogressive” and “silencing”.Greenwood, a composer and musician who also plays in the Radiohead spin-off group The Smile, has been playing with Tassa since 2008. Last year, Greenwood and Tassa released a collaborative album titled Jarak Qaribak, a compilation of Arabic love songs featuring artists from across the Middle East. Continue reading…



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Tiananmen Square anniversary: Hong Kong police detain artist who made sign in the air

Tiananmen Square anniversary: Hong Kong police detain artist who made sign in the air



Sanmu Chen appeared to write the date of massacre in the air as anniversary becomes increasingly sensitive in Hong KongHong Kong police detained an artist on Monday night after he appeared to write “8964” in the air with his hand, a reference to the date of the Tiananmen Square massacre, hours before Tuesday’s 35th anniversary.Public acknowledgment of the events of 4 June 1989, when Chinese soldiers shut down a weeks-long peaceful protest with violence, killing anything from several hundred to several thousand people – is banned in mainland China and increasingly sensitive in Hong Kong. Continue reading…



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Australia politics live: Townsville mayor faces no-confidence vote after military service claims; bill to make sharing deepfakes illegal

Australia politics live: Townsville mayor faces no-confidence vote after military service claims; bill to make sharing deepfakes illegal



Attorney general will introduce legislation which will make it illegal to share pornographic images created with digital enhancement or AI. Follow the day’s news liveGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastAustralia’s existing submarines won’t get Tomohawk missile upgradesAustralia’s existing Collins-class submarines will not be fitted with Tomahawk cruise missiles as part of work to extend their life before the Aukus submarines come into service.For instance, we will consider whether tomahawk missiles can be fitted to the Collins-class submarines.”The government has also received advice from Defence, in consultation with the United States, that adding Tomahawk cruise missile capability to the Collins class submarines is not viable and does not represent value for money.The Virginia class nuclear-powered submarines Australia will receive in the early 2030s will come with the Tomahawk as standard equipment. Tomahawk cruise missiles will also be used by Navy’s Hobart class destroyers and the government has agreed in-principle to fit the Hunter class frigates with Tomahawks, subject to a feasibility study. [end quote]NDS agrees with the government that managing the sustainability of the NDIS is critical — the community expects no less. We need fundamental and systemic reform, and that must be accompanied by proper resourcing for sector transformation.The system is broken. Training, supervision and retaining highly skilled practitioners to provide quality care is essential, but not adequately covered in the current funding model.”A continuation of previous workforce trends showing that workforce issues in the disability sector have become entrenched.The disability sector continues to rely heavily on casual disability support workers, who have a very high turnover.The biggest variation this year was a in proportion of permanent employees who work full time – with the number of full-time employees growing by 10%, the highest in close to a decade.Conversely, part-time employment dropped to 70% this year. The increase may be related to the current cost-of-living crisis.Turnover continued the upward trend growing to 24% this year, while permanent staff turnover jumped to 16%, the highest it has been since this survey began. These figures represent a churn of almost 16,500 individual employees leaving their jobs and over 19,000 new appointments over a one-year period. Continue reading…



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Australian universities rise in world rankings but experts warn international student cap could hurt ‘cutting-edge’ status

Australian universities rise in world rankings but experts warn international student cap could hurt ‘cutting-edge’ status



University of Melbourne reaches new high of 13th while University of Sydney and University of NSW also in top 20 of QS rankingsGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastAustralian universities have improved their global rankings despite warnings that a proposed international student cap on the horizon could dissuade thousands from applying at the country’s institutions.The University of Melbourne reached a historic high of 13th in the world, up from 14th last year, while the University of Sydney rose one place to 18th and the University of New South Wales remained at 19th in the QS World University Rankings, run by the global higher education specialist Quacquarelli Symonds. Continue reading…



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Publish date : 2024-06-04 20:00:03

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