• Emergency declared as fast-moving bushfire heads towards Peregian homes (ABC)
  • Morrison urged Israel’s PM to prioritise Malka Leifer’s extradition (SMH)
  • 39 bodies found in back of truck in England (ABC)
  • Federal government refuses to release details of taxpayer-owned buildings which might be a fire hazard (SMH)
  • ‘Survivor’s guilt’: ACFID gives fugitive Indonesian lawyer human rights award (ABC)
  • Australia’s emissions to start falling thanks to renewables boom, researchers say (The Guardian)
  • Finance

  • Brisbane cafe accused of paying its staff with food, instead of money (ABC)
  • WA town pushes to evict local supermarket amid accusations of $450k ‘threat’ (ABC)
  • Roman Quaedvlieg to be first witness at hearings into Crown corruption allegations (The Guardian)
  • Online retailers shake slump with soaring first-quarter sales (SMH)
  • Boeing’s profit tumbles 51 per cent as 737 Max crisis bites (SMH)
  • NSW Treasurer ‘frustrated’ by federal leaders ‘shooting down’ tax reform debate (ABC)
  • Opinion

  • What are 21st century parents concerned about? (Pursuit)
  • John Setka quits Labor (The Monthly)
  • Is Peter Dutton in trouble in Dickson? (Inside Story)
  • Refugees will not be silent: two months of protests in Makassar (Overland)
  • A traditional landscape (The Monthly)
  • Boris Johnson is trying to will Brexit into existence with every strand of his deliberately unfeasible hair | First Dog on the Moon (The Guardian)
  • World

  • Poland: Which party wants a Senate recount? Depends who lost (Deutsche Welle)
  • Former Ethiopia PM: Labeling me ‘dictator’ is wrong (Deutsche Welle)
  • Congress grills Facebook boss over currency plan (BBC News)
  • Opinion: Erdogan wins big as clock ticks for Syria Kurds (Deutsche Welle)
  • Five takeways from ‘explosive’ impeachment testimony (BBC News)
  • Iran’s economy plummets under weight of sanctions (Deutsche Welle)
  • Climate

  • Are Wildfires Caused by Utilities or Climate Change? Yes (The New York Times)
  • Scientists tout ocean protection progress, give road map for more (Science Daily)
  • BNEF: Costs for offshore wind, battery storage have dropped sharply in past year (IEEFA)
  • Mapping international drug use through the world’s largest wastewater study (Science Daily)
  • Sport

  • Partizan Belgrade v Manchester United: Savo Milosevic hopes for ‘celebration of football’ (BBC Sport)
  • Bayern Munich ‘shocked’ after attacks on fans at Olympiakos youth match (BBC Sport)
  • Josh Hill: Mena Tour win aged 15 breaks Ryo Ishikawa record (BBC Sport)
  • Joy and pride stirred by Japan is real value of this Rugby World Cup | Andy Bull (The Guardian)
  • Further reading

  • What do mirror tests test? (Aeon)
  • We have the tools and technology to work less and live better (Aeon)
  • This Type of Algae Absorbs More Light for Photosynthesis Than Other Plants (Smithsonian)
  • The First U.S.-China Trade Deal (Jstor)
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