Ukraine's much-anticipated spring counteroffensive "cannot determine the course of the entire war," Ukraine officials warns. Updates
It is the Indian prime minister’s first visit to Australia since 2014. Follow the day’s news liveGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastShould Anthony Albanese accept the invitation to visit Beijing if China hasn’t lifted its trade sanctions?Richard Marles:What we’re trying to do with China and really, this is the whole of this conversation – it is complex, and it is difficult.If people want to try and make something which is very complex and difficult, more...
Financial services minister Stephen Jones will say today that BNPL services will be treated as a credit product. Follow the day’s news liveGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastJim Chalmers is also asked about the push from child care workers to receive a pay rise (25%) in their sector, after missing out in the budget.He says asking the government to get involved at this point is a bit premature.It doesn’t make a lot of sense to start writing checks for a...
Experts believe the Quad meeting cancellation damages the US, wage growth in Australia hits 10 year-high as inflation bites, and Voice advocate fears it could fail.
Australian prime minister expected to meet with Antonio Guterres, secretary general of UN, and Ursula von der Leyen, president of European Commission, todayGood morning.The prime minister, Anthony Albanese, is set to hold key talks at the G7 summit in Japan as the world’s most powerful leaders convene, with a rescheduled Quad meeting also on the agenda. Continue reading
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A festival in downtown Waterford celebrated its final day Sunday, raising money for The Fort LeBoeuf Little league program. Since Friday, the community has shown its support of the small festival. It's evolved over the years and now offers fair food, crafts, bounce houses and obstacle courses. The President of LeBoeuf Little League explained how 
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