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US & Canada · Gaylord

At least 1 killed, 23 injured after tornado tears through northern Michigan town

63% Center coverage: 80 sources
NEW: Gaylord-Otsego Memorial Hospital treating 23 people injured by the tornado. NEW: 12 injured at Grayling Hospital, eight at McLaren Northern Michigan Petoskey and one at Munson Medical Center Traverse City. Heavy damage has been reported throughout the area and much of Gaylord is without power.See the Story
Europe · Ottawa

Prince Charles praised for acknowledging Canadian Indigenous suffering

Coverage: 7 sources
Prince Charles and Camilla were greeted with a ceremonial fire in the Dene community of Dettah, a 45-minute drive from Yellowknife. Charles sat down for a round table with Eddie Sangris, Chief for the Yellowknives Dene First Nation, and his brother, Fred Sangris. Some here acknowledged this was likely her son Charles' final visit to Canada as a prince.See the Story
Europe · Canberra

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to become Australia's next Prime Minister, networks report

39% Right coverage: 13 sources
Australia’s Labor party is on track to beat Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s ruling conservative coalition in Saturday’s federal election although its ability to form a majority government is uncertain, according to the broadcasters. See the Story
Oceania · Kooyong

Frydenberg: Kooyong win ‘possible’ but ‘difficult’

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says a Liberal win in his seat of Kooyong is still "mathematically possible" but it will be difficult. "As you know there's still thousands of postal votes to count," Mr Frydenberg said.See the Story
Oceania

Sky News Australia projects Tink wins North Sydney

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Chief Election Analyst Tom Connell says independent candidate for North Sydney Kylea Tink is projected to win the seat of North Sydney over Liberal candidate Trent Zimmerman. Mr Connell says Ms Tink gets “a flood of preferences” from Labor and the Greens to get her over the line.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

How it all went so wrong for Morrison

Scott Morrison’s promise to change his ways failed to resonate with the electorate. One Liberal MP likened him to a bad boyfriend promising to do better.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

Anthony Albanese is ‘the real deal’: Marles

Deputy Labor Leader Richard Marles says Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese is the “real deal” and will be a “wonderful" prime minister. “He is just a wonderful human being with great values and, given the opportunity, he is going to do a great job,” Mr Marles told Sky News Australia.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

‘Cruel’ sledge as Keneally in trouble

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Kristina Keneally has copped a brutal sledge amid fears Labor could lose an ultra-safe seat they sent her to contest.See the Story
Oceania

Labor ‘still got a shot’ at majority government

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers says Labor has “still got a shot” at getting a majority government. “I think there’s a handful of seats that still could go either way and would make the difference between a Labor majority or otherwise,” he said. “I think clearly now it’s very, very difficult to see the LNP getting a majority.”See the Story

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