• Australian PM says China must step up on climate change as ‘newly developed’ nation (The Guardian)
  • Huge rise in Centrelink seizing tax returns to repay robodebts (The Guardian)
  • ‘Mean-spirited’: plan to make people with savings wait longer for welfare criticised (The Guardian)
  • Josh Frydenberg backs Angus Taylor’s account of grasslands meeting (The Guardian)
  • Israeli court delays Australian alleged paedophile teacher’s extradition (ABC News)
  • Australian tech company Atlassian commits to net zero emissions by 2050 (ABC News)
  • Clive Palmer $60m election spend shows need for cap, advocates say (The Guardian)
  • Israel Folau to make shock rugby league return with Tonga (ABC News)
  • Finance

  • Employer vouches for man who endangered lives by making fake flight calls to pilots (ABC News)
  • ‘Shoddy’ building construction possible cause of Kenyan school collapse that killed seven children (ABC News)
  • Australian tech company Atlassian commits to net zero emissions by 2050 (ABC News)
  • Melbourne police investigate reports of needles in strawberries (ABC News)
  • Well-known pastoralist found guilty over deadly cattle truck-caravan smash (ABC News)
  • Don’t tear it down: the idea behind Labor’s National Rental Affordability Scheme is worth saving (The Conversation)
  • Faulty Takata airbag was due to be replaced two days before fatal crash, inquest hears (ABC News)
  • Is this the beginning of the end to Victoria’s recycling crisis? (ABC News)
  • Opinion

  • The best way for Australia to stop worrying about oil is to stop depending on it (The Guardian)
  • Morrison, Modi try to show their worth to transactional Trump (ABC News)
  • Could you live on less than $7 a day? For some Australian renters, it’s the norm (ABC News)
  • Access Trumps truth (The Monthly)
  • There’s no breakout of rightwing populists in Australia because the government already accommodates them (The Guardian)
  • GWS was written off by everyone — now it’s heading to a grand final (ABC News)
  • What’s driving the rebound in house prices since the election? (Grattan)
  • Balanced… on a precipice (The Monthly)
  • World

  • ‘Hundreds detained’ after rare Egypt protests (BBC News)
  • Some Joint List members reject Benny Gantz endorsement (Al Jazeera English)
  • Hundreds of India villages drown as Narmada dam water level rises (Al Jazeera English)
  • US parents mourn hot car death of ‘miracle baby’ (BBC News)
  • UN climate summit to open without key leaders (BBC News)
  • Court to rule on Parliament suspension on Tuesday (BBC News)
  • ‘Revolutionary’ new class of cancer drugs approved (BBC News)
  • Are teen influencers being exploited? (BBC News)
  • Climate

  • Climate change protests: ‘Rebellion’ is next (ABC News)
  • Why does the CDC want us to ‘Think Fungus’? (The Conversation)
  • Fossil fuel subsidies reach US$87 billion in EU countries – and they’re growing (The Conversation)
  • Australian climate striker, 15, takes fight to New York (ABC News)
  • Sports

  • Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari will be ‘very hard to beat’ (BBC Sport)
  • Jonny Bairstow left out of England squad – Sibley, Crawley, Parkinson & Mahmood called up (BBC Sport)
  • Israel Folau: Sacked Australia star returns to rugby league with Tonga (BBC Sport)
  • Virat Kolhi: India captain close to ban after Beuran Hendricks clash (BBC Sport)
  • Wales 43-14 Georgia: Warren Gatland’s men open World Cup campaign with six-try win (BBC Sport)
  • Best Fifa Football Awards: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo or Virgil van Dijk? (BBC Sport)
  • Best Fifa Football Awards: Lucy Bronze, Megan Rapinoe or Alex Morgan? (BBC Sport)
  • Spurs ‘soft’, Man Utd ‘dismal’ – Alan Shearer on why Leicester can make top four (BBC Sport)

  • Further reading

  • Love. Love. Love. (Aeon)
  • The well-educated person (Aeon)
  • Industrial London’s Maternal Child Abductors (Jstor)
  • The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is now in the Bitcoin business (MIT Tech Review)
  • The Controversial Core of the Clean Water Act (Jstor)
  • Hofpavillon Hietzing in Vienna, Austria (Atlas Obscura)
  • Burton Street Community Peace Gardens in Asheville, North Carolina (Atlas Obscura)
  • How the ‘Blonde Rattlesnake’ Stirred Public Fascination With Female Accomplices (Smithsonian)