A shift has emerged in the way people smugglers are operating, with a jump in the number of asylum seekers arriving by plane.
A shift has emerged in the way people smugglers are operating, with a jump in the number of asylum seekers arriving by plane.\n\nAbout 80 people a day have arrived since the start of July, sparking fears about a new frontier of exploitation.\n\nThe government remains steadfast it is turning away those who do not deserve asylum. \n\nImage: Getty
A shift has emerged in the way people smugglers are operating, with a jump in the number of asylum seekers arriving by plane. About 80 people a day have arrived since the start of July, sparking fears about a new frontier of exploitation. The government remains steadfast it is turning away those who do not deserve asylum. Image: GettyRead more: Sky News Australia
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Drought-ravaged farmers increase pressure on govt | Sky News AustraliaAustralia's drought crisis is deepening as dry conditions continue to ravage large parts of the country. \n\nSt George livestock producers Cameron and Rosie Drynan said they were forced to destock by 60 per cent and were hand-feeding their animals daily. \n\n“Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it seems to somehow,” Mrs Drynan said. \n\nThe family has joined a chorus of farmers calling on the state and federal governments to provide more relief. \n\nImage: Getty
Astronauts begin power upgrade at International Space Station | Sky News AustraliaAstronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) begun the first of five crucial spacewalks on Sunday. \n\nThe cosmonauts removed and replaced old batteries from the lab's solar power truss, each weighing about 180 kilos.\n\nNASA plans to finish the five battery space walks this month, officially upgrading the entire ISS power system.\n\nImage: Getty
Abbott blames Turnbull's ambition for govt's demise | Sky News AustraliaFormer Prime Minister Tony Abbott has blamed his successor Malcolm Turnbull’s ambition for his government's demise four years ago.\n\nMr Abbott told The Australian he wished he had longer than two years in the top job before he was torn down. \n\n“Malcolm always thought it was his destiny to be prime minister and I happened to be the obstacle to that and so he dealt with me as best he could,” Mr Abbott said. \n\n“(He) was determined to get to the top by hook or by crook.” \n\nMr Abbott said he did not rule out a return to parliament. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia Carbon Tax loving ex Sachs employee Turnbull was a Globalist puppet. Abbott wouldn't sign the Paris Ponzi Scheme so he had to go. Coup. Co-incidentally President Trump wouldn't sign Paris Accord either - attempted coup. It's not Turnbull's sole ambition, but Globalist Cabal. Typically a Narcissist takes no responsibility for their actions...look what you made me do Blahblahblah. Build a bridge and get over it. nothing to do with his own incompetence? or religious extremism? Perhaps being so friendly with paedophiles?
Sydney Roosters retain NRL premiership | Sky News AustraliaThe Sydney Roosters have claimed their second straight premiership, defeating the Canberra Raiders 14-8 in a controversial NRL Grand Final. \n\nIt was a match full of contentious refereeing decisions, yet the Roosters proved their worth by winning back-to-back premierships for the first time in 26 years. \n\nTries to Sam Verrills and James Tedesco were enough to see the Sydney team defeat their opponents from Canberra, who were themselves making their first grand final appearance since 1994. \n\nCanberra play-maker Jack Wighton was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal for being the best player on the night, scoring a try in his side's defeat. \n\nChampion Roosters half-back, Cooper Cronk, bows out of the NRL after 16 years in the competition, having played 372 games.\n\nImage: Getty Did the ref's win the Clive Churchill medal? This game should be replayed with proper officials. NRLGF
Fire warnings issued in NSW, Qld | Sky News AustraliaThe hottest October weather in over a decade is forecast in south-east Queensland on Monday with the mercury expected to soar over 30 degrees in Brisbane. \n\nHot weather is also expected in western Sydney, with temperatures in Penrith set to hit 31 degrees.\n\nSevere fire danger has been forecast in both states with the NSW Rural Fire Service issuing a total fire ban for northern parts of the state. \n\nAuthorities are urging residents to stay indoors with warm and windy conditions continuing until a cool change hits later in the week. \n Remember when weather cycles & variability were never met with threats of 'climate apocalypse & 'extinction' ? Leftist lost their main economic arguments so theyve trying to centralize power using threats, bullying, failed computer models & now children How sad & absurd How they hide past data to show the exponential curve of temperature they need for centralizing power to the UN This is a Club of Rome agenda Wake up people Globalists have corrupted politicians, media, some scientists Wake up now to Agenda 21 laws
Violence flares in HK as protesters defy mask ban | Sky News AustraliaViolence continues on the streets of Hong Kong as thousands march with their faces covered after a failed political bid to have a mask ban overturned. \n\nChief Executive Carrie Lam brought the mask ban in under emergency powers on Friday. \n\nPro-democracy protestors and police have clashed several times as thousands challenge authorities in both Hong Kong and Beijing.\n\nPolice fired tear gas in several areas as confrontations between officers and demonstrators flared.\n\nImage: AP This will only last until a VIP's loved one dies in the back of an ambulance because of the delay caused by these social parasites. The rest of us be damned. Ask TimWilsonMP he’s there in his pink polo shirt. Why is an Australian politician protesting in HK you might ask. Is Dutton going to name and shame him and cut his taxpayer paid salary.