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Europe · Canberra

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

35% Right coverage: 86 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
Business · Shanghai

Shanghai reopens some public transport, still on high COVID alert

48% Left coverage: 21 sources
Shanghai partially restarted public transport Sunday, signaling a gradual reopening after nearly two months sealed off from the outside world. Four of the city's 20 subway lines will restart on Sunday along with some road transport. But despite broader attempts to ease curbs, the central Jing'an district returned to a lockdown.See the Story
Europe · Hertfordshire

Potters Bar: Buses catch fire at town centre transport depot

67% Right coverage: 9 sources
Hertfordshire fire crews called to Potters Bar bus depot at 14:36 BST. Eyewitness said he heard an "unbelievable noise that sounded like a jet" Bus depot is home to Metroline, which runs buses in London. Fire service said it received "numerous calls" and was working with police.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

Kean takes aim at ‘distracted’ Liberals over ‘fringe issues’

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NSW Treasurer Matt Kean says the Liberal Party will continue to lose seats if distracted by “fringe issues” and “manufactured culture wars”. Mr Kean spoke of the recent federal election as he criticised the Liberal Party for losing its core values and being distracted by culture wars. “We’ll continue to see backlashes in our heartland if we go down the wrong path,” he told Sky News Australia.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

Federal election 2022: Seats in play

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Sky News Chief Election Analyst Tom Connell has assessed the remaining seats in play and discussed which way they are projected to fall.See the Story
Oceania · Australia

‘Didn’t differentiate enough’ on policy: Tudge reflects on election defeat

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Liberal MP Alan Tudge says the Coalition didn't have clear differentiating policies on economic grounds which enabled people to "park their votes somewhere else", as he examines the swing against the party in Victoria. Mr Tudge said there are a number of structural factors at play in Victoria and across the country which impacted the Liberal vote.See the Story
Climate Change · Australia

‘Losing the debate’: Kean lashes his own party

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NSW Treasurer Matt Kean says the Liberal Party is “losing the debate” in key issues like climate change and women, lashing the party for having an “institutional problem”. Mr Kean said “confected, manufactured cultures wars” have been rejected by the Australian community when questioned on his thoughts concerning the Liberal Party selecting candidate Katherine Deves for Warringah.See the Story
Peter Dutton · Australia

Peter Dutton ‘will be leader’ of Liberal Party: Tudge

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Peter Dutton will be leader of the Liberal Party, says Liberal MP Alan Tudge. "I think he'll be incredibly effective actually," Mr Tudge told Sky News Australia. "He's a person of immense character, experience, he has very deep values in the Liberal Party and I think we need to go back to those values. "I think he'll be a very effective Liberal leader at holding the Labor Party to account.See the Story
Tasmania · Tasmania

Four-council merger: Alderman’s push for Tassie mega council

Clarence Council will discuss whether it should merge with Tasmania’s south eastern local government areas to form a larger council, at tonight’s general meeting.See the Story

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