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NACC legislation passes lower house, in the senate’s court now
The legislation to establish Australia's first federal integrity commission has passed the lower house. Attorney-general Mark Dreyfus thanked the members of the house for passing it. The Greens and crossbench will continue the fight in the Senate, to make sure the NACC is as strong as it can be, leader Adam Bandt tweeted.See the Story
NSW Public Service Commission annual report shows hybrid working the norm
Hybrid work arrangements have become the norm for the public service in New South Wales since coronavirus restrictions eased, the 2021-22 Annual Report for the NSW Public Service Commission says. The report provides a helicopter view of the COVID-19 management strategies. The public service commission played a unique role in managing the second wave of the pandemic.See the Story
Public sector secretary lists five elements to organisational culture
Gordon de Brouwer spoke at a CEDA panel discussion on the progress of the review of the Reserve Bank of Australia.See the Story
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Twitter · San Francisco
Twitter users are flocking to Mastodon. What is it?
Mastodon was created by Eugen Rochko, a young German programmer. It was born of his desire to create a public sphere beyond the control of a single entity. While Twitter and Facebook are controlled by a company, Mastodon is installed on thousands of computer servers, largely run by volunteer administrators.See the Story
63% Left coverage: 27 sources
Europe · London
Church of England issues guidance on protocols following Queen's death
British luxury brand Burberry cancels its spring-summer 2023 runway show on Sep 17. Burberry's runway shows are a highlight of London fashion Week. Queen Elizabeth II died on Sep 11 at the age of 90. The show was due to take place in London's Covent Garden.See the Story
58% Left coverage: 26 sources
Floods · Islamabad
UN issues flash appeal for $160 million to help Pakistan with floods
Floods in Pakistan have cost at least 1,160 lives and affected more then 33 million people. WHO has raised the alarm about the possibility of waterborne diseases spreading rapidly. The climate-change-driven "monsoons on steroids" have been raging since mid-June and put one-third of the country underwater.See the Story
43% Left coverage: 30 sources
Casino · Casino
Now Sydney has two casinos run by companies unfit to hold a gaming licence
Sydney now has two casinos run by companies deemed unfit to hold a gaming licence. Independent inquiry into Star Entertainment Group, operator of The Star casino, has found it not suitable. This follows a similar finding against Crown Resorts in NSW in 2021 (and in Victoria and Western Australia since) The report cites a litany of failures by the company to adhere to anti-money-laundering and counterterrorism regulations.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Europe · London
Lawmakers react to death of Queen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth II was the first British monarch born in a private home. Her early days were spent living in grand but not technically palatial surroundings. The late queen's homes ranged from a town house in London’s Mayfair neighborhood to the grandest residences owned by the Crown.See the Story
43% Center coverage: 219 sources
Victorian MPs swear allegiance to King Charles III in practice labelled ‘absurd’ by Greens leader
Members of both houses of the Victorian Parliament are meeting to swear either an oath or an allegiance to the new monarch, King Charles III. Victoria is the only Australian jurisdiction that requires a new oath or affirmation. All other jurisdictions, including federal, do not require members of parliament to reswear an oath of allegiance after the monarch's death.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Albanese and Macron meet again in Bali
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met French President Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of the G20 summit on Wednesday. It's the second time Mr Albanese has met with his French counterpart since Labor was elected in May. The Franco-Australian relationship was damaged last year following a decision by the previous coalition government to dump a French submarine contract.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources