Labor shoot down nuclear energy push from Emmanuel Macron

Sky News host Liz Storer says Treasurer Jim Chalmers has shot down the push by President of France, Emmanuel Macron, for Australia to “triple” nuclear power by 2050. “He has urged Australia to lift our very embarrassing ban on nuclear power,” “20 countries, not Australia, obviously, have agreed to do their utmost to triple the … Read more

Japanese and US military divers make major discovery in search for Osprey aircraft that crashed off Japan

U.S. and Japanese military divers recovered what could be the remains of crew members and wreckage from the U.S. Air Force Osprey aircraft that crashed near Japan last week, the Air Force announced Monday. The CV-22 Osprey was carrying eight American service members when it crashed off Yakushima Island during a training mission last Wednesday. … Read more

Some of the last remaining journalists in Gaza losing hope of staying alive

Key Points More than 60 journalists have been killed in the Hamas-Israel war, an independent non-profit organisation said. Others have suffered injuries and the killing of family members in airstrikes in Gaza. Some journalists have fled Gaza but others remain behind. For the past few weeks, this is how Gaza-based filmmaker Bisan Owda has been … Read more

Supermarkets among the ‘worst corporates’ in Australia: David Littleproud

Nationals leader David Littleproud says supermarkets are some of the “worst corporates” in Australia because of what they have done to primary producers. Australia’s two supermarket giants will face scrutiny as a Senate inquiry investigates their market power and pricing decisions as the Greens secure the government’s support to establish the inquiry next week. The … Read more

Venezuela approves referendum claiming sovereignty of region in oil-rich Guyana

Voters answered five questions about the future of the disputed land, including whether they support turning it into a Venezuelan state. ADVERTISEMENT Venezuelans on Sunday approved a referendum called by the government of President Nicolás Maduro to claim sovereignty over an area of neighbouring Guyana that Caracas argues was stolen when the border was drawn … Read more