Escape to the country: how we're moving after COVID-19

The latest Regional Movers Index shows regional Queensland and Victoria are attracting city residents, as demand for workers drives population movements.

Drivers line up for gasoline across Nigeria after new president scraps fuel subsidy

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) - Nigerian President Bola Tinubu has scrapped a decadeslong government-funded subsidy that has helped reduce the price of gasoline, leading to long lines at fuel stations Tuesday as drivers scrambled to stock up before costs rise.

MICHAEL LONG WALK VOICE CAMPAIGN The House of Representatives is set to vote on the referendum details for the voice to parliament.
MPs set to vote on setting up voice referendum

Lower house MPs will vote to set up the referendum for an Indigenous voice, in the nest step to constitutional change.

Possible Putin trip for BRICS summit in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The Russian and Chinese foreign ministers are expected to meet with their counterparts from the BRICS economic bloc in Cape Town on Thursday, a precursor to a larger summit of developing nations’ leaders in South Africa in August that Russian President Vladimir Putin may attend while under indictment by the International Criminal Court.

South Korea, Australia agree to strengthen defence ties

South Korean defence minister Lee Jong-sup and his Australian counterpart, Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles, have agreed to strengthen bilateral ties.

Biden to host UK Prime Minister Sunak next week for talks on Ukraine, climate

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Joe Biden will host British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at the White House next week for talks on Ukraine, climate issues and more.

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK BREAKFAST Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made a rousing call to Australians to back the voice to parliament.
PM and health advocates call for calm on voice debate

As debate over the Indigenous voice continues in federal parliament, Anthony Albanese says scare campaigns need to be called out.