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2 days ago
  • 54 secs
  • #politics
  • #theguardian
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“Unexpected shifts in demand arising from changes in the geo-political or geo-economic landscape, or changes to visa approval rates or travel restrictions, can impact revenues, operating results and cash flows.

The deputy Greens leader and spokesperson for higher education, Senator Mehreen Faruqi, said international students had been doing the “heavy lifting” on university funding when it should be the government’s role.

Seven universities had cybersecurity risks “above what was acceptable”, while the report also cited delays in responding to auditor recommendations, remediating wage underpayments and not capturing staff conflicts of interest.

2 days ago
  • 50 secs
  • #politics
  • #theguardian
  • Summary

Chinese premier Li Qiang is expected to make an announcement about the future of the rare bears when he visits South Australia on the weekend.

Panda diplomacy: meet the giant (and expensive) diplomats on loan to Australia from China - videoOn Tuesday, the prime minister, Anthony, Albanese said he didn’t want to pre-empt any decision but that his government was “pro-panda”.

Albanese announces China's premier to visit Australia for first time since 2017 – videoDarren Grover, the acting chief conservation officer at the World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia, said pandas were “incredibly difficult” to breed in captivity.

2 days ago
  • 50 secs
  • #politics
  • #theguardian
  • Summary

“All agricultural industries are at risk if political and activist agendas are allowed to undermine their future,” Alastair James from the Red Meat Advisory Council told the inquiry.

“The government’s decision is simply not based on science or evidence, given the live sheep export industry has shown demonstrable improvements across their sector in the past five years,” she said.

The Nationals leader, David Littleproud, then the agriculture minister, said at the time that he was “shocked and gutted” by footage of conditions on the ship, calling it “total bullshit”.

2 days ago
  • 1 min, 0 secs
  • #politics
  • #theguardian
  • Summary

Police are investigating the “incredibly graphic” nude images which appeared to have been created using artificial intelligence and photos of the girls’ faces taken from social media sites, and then circulated online.

Inman Grant said her office was already receiving reports containing AI-generated child sexual abuse material, as well as deepfake images and videos created by teens to bully their peers.

'It demeans everyone': Albanese responds to question tackling DV spike during Origin – videoThe chief executive of Sexual Assault Services Victoria, Kathleen Maltzahn, said the incident showed there was a lack of education about the illegality of image-based abuse.

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Israel-Gaza war live: UN report says both Hamas and Israel have committed war crimes
2 days ago

Israel-Gaza war live: UN report says both Hamas and Israel have committed war crimes

1 min, 8 secs

Summary

US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, who is in Israel as part of his eighth regional trip since the war began, said that Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, had “reaffirmed his commitment” to the ceasefire plan outlined by the US, although it has not been formally accepted by either party to the conflict.

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas said on Tuesday it was the responsibility of the UN security council and the international community to press Israel to open all land crossings into the Gaza Strip to allow an increased flow of aid in.

Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has called on the international community to force Israel to stop using hunger as a weapon and remove obstacles to the distribution of humanitarian aid in the Gaza Strip

Ariarne Titmus breaks 200m freestyle world record in ominous Olympics warning
2 days ago

Ariarne Titmus breaks 200m freestyle world record in ominous Olympics warning

43 secs

Summary

Ariarne Titmus says breaking the 200m freestyle world record is a bonus from her unparalleled duel in the pool with compatriot Mollie O’Callaghan.

Titmus took the record from O’Callaghan in a stunning battle on Wednesday night at Australia’s Olympic swimming selection trials in Brisbane.

Titmus said she didn’t use O’Callaghan’s feat at last year’s world titles in Japan as motivation, despite both swimmers being coached by Dean Boxall.

Australian live sheep export ban could set a ‘concerning precedent’, industry warns
2 days ago

Australian live sheep export ban could set a ‘concerning precedent’, industry warns

50 secs

Summary

“All agricultural industries are at risk if political and activist agendas are allowed to undermine their future,” Alastair James from the Red Meat Advisory Council told the inquiry.

“The government’s decision is simply not based on science or evidence, given the live sheep export industry has shown demonstrable improvements across their sector in the past five years,” she said.

The Nationals leader, David Littleproud, then the agriculture minister, said at the time that he was “shocked and gutted” by footage of conditions on the ship, calling it “total bullshit”.

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