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Business · Melbourne

Analysis: In sharp switch, Australia votes for climate action

43% Center coverage: 14 sources
Australia's election has brought in a wave of Greens and independents pushing for aggressive targets to cut carbon emissions. They will pressure the incoming Labor government to step up its climate plans if it wants to pass any legislation. Labor aims to boost demand for electric vehicles and speed up renewable energy developments. It was shunned at last year's climate summit for failing to match other rich nations' ambitious targets.See the Story
Oceania · Kooyong

Josh Frydenberg concedes Kooyong as counting continues for Victorian seats still in limbo

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Mr Frydenberg saw a swing of more than 10 per cent against him on a two-party preferred basis in the electorate. He said it was a "privilege" to serve the inner-Melbourne electorate for the past 12 years and thanked the local community for "their support and friendship"See the Story
Power Outages · Melbourne Airport

Thousands of residents, Melbourne Airport left in the dark following power outage

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Energy company Jemena reported more than 34,000 customers in Melbourne's north-west were being affected by the power outage. Melbourne Airport said in a tweet it was investigating the cause of the power disruption. Affected residents are encouraged to report any outages on 131 626.See the Story
Melbourne, Australia · Melbourne

Gay victim of domestic violence aims to raise awareness

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Police officer Ben Bjarnesen's TedX talk tackles domestic violence in LGBTQ relationshipsSee the Story
Floods · Waterways

At the unveiling of ultra- modern dredgers of Dredge Masters: Demolish buildings on waterways …President orders MMDAs

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has directed the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to immediately demolish all buildings and structures on waterways to prevent flood during rainy seasons. The President's directive comes in the wake of recent floods in some parts of Accra caused by heavy rainfalls.See the Story
Kooyong · Kooyong

Liberal party should forego ‘entitled’ Kooyong voters, says their own state Liberal MP

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Tim Smith, who is retiring in November, says Coalition needs to ‘stop obsessing with the woke causes of inner-urban elites’ and focus on suburbsSee the Story
College Students · Mangalore

Hijab Row: College Students in Manglore Protest Against Institute Administration for Not Implementing Hijab Rule | 📰 LatestLY

Students of University College, Mangalore on Thursday protested demanding the complete ban of hijab on the university campus. 📰 Hijab Row: College Students in Manglore Protest Against Institute Administration for Not Implementing Hijab Rule.See the Story
Oceania · Warrnambool

Staff shortages force Warrnambool hotel to take fine dining off the menu

I've spent thousands of dollars on advertising in Warrnambool and across the state.- Steve Phillpot. A change at Hotel Warnambool could spell the end of an era. The hotel has undergone a major revamp in the last few months. The new dining room has been completely overhauled.See the Story
Melbourne, Australia · Melbourne

Stalking survivor Ellis Gunn has crucial advice to share with you

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Ellis Gunn's book Rattled gives us a first-person account of what it is like to be the victim of a stalker. She reveals stories about her own life and experiences, at school, at pubs, with a parade of appalling men and a handful of lovely ones including her son. The book explains why stalking happens and what you might do if it happens to you.See the Story

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