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Coalition’s climate and energy policy in tatters as opposition splits over nuclear and renewables

AOL 18 Jun 2024
The answer is no, and I’ve made my view very clear on that … contrary to some of the most childish memes that I’ve seen getting around social media from the Labor party,” he said.
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China brought their thug tactics to the heart of Australia

The Daily Mail 18 Jun 2024
When Chinese officials attempted to block Australian journalist Cheng Lei - who was previously imprisoned in China on trumped-up charges - from being seen on camera just moments before the PM addressed the media, Albo pleaded ignorance.
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Chinese Premier Li to meet business leaders in mineral-rich Western Australia

Hong Kong Standard 18 Jun 2024
... media covering the meeting on Monday but was blocked from camera view by two Chinese officials who stood in front of her ... The incident dominated Australian media coverage of Li's Canberra meeting.
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‘Can’t look away’: Israel-Gaza war driving rise in news consumption among gen Z Australians, report suggests

The Guardian 17 Jun 2024
Researchers at the University of Canberra’s News and Media Research Centre found that more than half of Australians (51%) accessed news more than ...
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Chinese officials’ attempt to ‘block’ formerly detained journalist mars Australia goodwill tour

CNN 17 Jun 2024
CNN has requested comment from China’s embassy in Canberra. China’s security state keeps tight control on media and information within the country, where officials are not subject to the kind of robust questioning common to democratic countries.
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Major native title ruling; Chinese officials appear to block Cheng Lei’s view at event; and why are Australian houses so cold?

The Observer 17 Jun 2024
Li Qiang and Anthony Albanese speak to the media at Parliament House in Canberra ... China’s premier, Li Qiang, arrived in Canberra on Monday morning to the chants of protesters, including some holding Chinese flags.
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Chinese Embassy in Australia Makes a Mess of China's Goodwill Tour

Hot Air 17 Jun 2024
The goodwill tour culminated with Premiere Li meeting Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese in Canberra. The two leaders held a signing ceremony in front of the media where statements were made ...
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US consulate in Sydney vandalized, marked with pro-Hamas graffiti

The American Israelite 13 Jun 2024
“I would just say that people should have respectful political debate and discourse,” Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in a televised media conference from the capital Canberra.
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China's Premier Li Qiang to visit Australia this week

Voa News 11 Jun 2024
Both leaders will meet with Australian and Chinese business leaders at a roundtable in Western Australia, Albanese said at a media briefing in Canberra ... In his meeting with Li next week in Canberra, ...
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Australia PM condemns graffiti attack on US consulate in Sydney

Hong Kong Standard 10 Jun 2024
"I would just say that people should have respectful political debate and discourse," Albanese said in a televised media conference from Canberra when asked about the incident. .
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Albanese condemns graffiti attack on US consulate in Sydney

The Jakarta Post 10 Jun 2024
"I would just say that people should have respectful political debate and discourse," Albanese said in a televised media conference from Canberra when asked about the incident.
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Peter Costello's 'brain fade' has brought his career at Nine to an end, and left ...

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 10 Jun 2024
The failure of Peter Costello to properly address his run-in with a journalist at Canberra Airport has ended his long tenure at the media company, and handed a 'toxic baton' to his replacement, writes Peter Ryan ... .
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US Consulate in Australia Vandalized With Pro-Hamas Graffiti

The Algemeiner 10 Jun 2024
Aftermath of vandalism on the US Consulate in Sydney, Australia, on June 10, 2024. Photo ... “I would just say that people should have respectful political debate and discourse,” Albanese said in a televised media conference from Canberra ... .
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Peter Costello resigns as chairman of Nine Entertainment ‘effective immediately’

The Observer 09 Jun 2024
Costello, the former federal treasurer, was last week accused of assaulting a journalist from the Australian newspaper as he refused to answer questions about the embattled media company at Canberra airport.
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The robodebt six: why it’s time we were told who was referred to the corruption commission

The Observer 09 Jun 2024
There are some limited exceptions, but sadly none of them encompass media reporting to understand who Holmes wanted investigated for possible corruption ... Much of the transparency piece has fallen to the media.

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