14 June 2021, Monday News

14 June 2021, Monday

Boris Johnson delays easing of COVID-19 restrictions amid sharp rise in Delta variant cases

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pushed the date for lifting COVID restrictions back a month to 19 July due to fears of a third virus wave.

14/06/2021 11:56:00 PM

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Biloela family set to be released | Sky News Australia

There is growing hope a Tamil family at the centre of a long-running immigration debate could be freed from detention as early as today.

14/06/2021 11:52:00 PM

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Australian sports system a broken ‘boys’ club’: Palmer

Former Sport Australia boss Kate Palmer says allegations being aired against swimming administrators – sexism, misogyny and fat shaming of athletes – are symptomatic of a bigger problem Australian sport has failed to address.

moyadodd Melbchief phillutton78 Excellent article moyadodd. Wouldn't have expected anything less. Hopefully we are in the final evolutionary stage of women being able to play, administer, coach and umpire any sport she damn well wants! Brava💛💚⚽🎾🎾🏉🏏🏑🥎🏀🏸🎿🏹

14/06/2021 11:41:00 PM

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Myanmar puts Suu Kyi on trial on charges critics call bogus

Observers say the charges are an attempt to eliminate her as a political force, erase the country's democratic gains and cement the military's power. 9News

14/06/2021 11:31:00 PM

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With a new leader on the horizon, Tasmanian Labor is a party on notice

ANALYSIS: With a new leader on the horizon, Tasmanian Labor is a party on notice

14/06/2021 11:27:00 PM

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Farmers push for Pacific Island travel bubble | Sky News Australia

South Australia's seasonal worker quarantine facility shuts down this week as the final group of international workers prepares to start picking on citrus farms in the Riverland.

14/06/2021 11:22:00 PM

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Allegations of sexual harassment and racism as new report finds majority of backpackers are underpaid

A backpacker is taking her story to Canberra to advocate for an end to the underpayment of workers in the agricultural sector and for better working conditions.

The irony in all the outrage from a country geared not to produce our own goods but to fill our shelves with cheap crap made in asian countries . in 2006 the average wage a month for a Chinese factory worker was $157 a month now its $770. The farmers are just doing what we expect
Pure exploitation

14/06/2021 11:11:00 PM

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'He is a hostage': Opposition accuses Belarus of parading jailed journalist at media event

'He is a hostage': Opposition accuses Belarus of parading jailed journalist at media event

14/06/2021 11:09:00 PM

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Queensland's Budget is being handed down today. Here's what we know so far

Queensland's Budget is being handed down today. Here's what we know so far

14/06/2021 11:09:00 PM

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GP home visits to speed up jab rollout | Sky News Australia

General practitioners will be able to vaccinate vulnerable Australians at home in what Health Minister Greg Hunt has labelled the 'next step' in the rollout.

14/06/2021 11:03:00 PM

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