• ATO accuses Huang Xiangmo of structuring businesses to hinder creditors (The Guardian)
  • Google wins ‘right to be forgotten’ case in European court (ABC News)
  • Barnaby Joyce spent less than three weeks on the ground while drought envoy (The Guardian)
  • Australian government seen globally as climate ‘denialist’, UN summit observers say (The Guardian)
  • Boris Johnson’s suspension of British Parliament ahead of Brexit unlawful, court rules (ABC News)
  • Drought reveals ‘Spanish Stonehenge’ in shrinking reservoir (ABC News)
  • RBA expected to cut interest rates next week, but doesn’t see an economic pick-up soon (ABC News)
  • Kevin Andrews refuses to condemn Hanson over ‘lying’ women claim (The Guardian)
  • Finance

  • Companies are shielding drivers from losing licences to speeding, watchdog warns (The Guardian)
  • New Zealand pushes to shut Australia out of manuka honey market in China (The Guardian)
  • Charity saving lids from landfill asked to put a cap on donations (ABC News)
  • ‘It is likely an extended period of low interest rates will be required’: RBA hints at another cut (ABC News)
  • Indigenous children ‘discriminated against’ when refused bus trip, passenger claims (ABC News)
  • Sunglass Hut to pay $50,000 ‘contrition payment’ after underpaying workers by $2.3m (The Guardian)
  • PayPal investigating potential abuse as regulator orders audit (ABC News)
  • How raising tax for high-income earners would reduce inequality, improve social welfare in New Zealand (The Conversation)
  • Opinion

  • The NDIS has ‘saved’ the budget: how good is trampling the poor and powerless? (The Guardian)
  • Australia has dodged global attention on fossil fuels because of assiduous diplomatic efforts (The Guardian)
  • When sexual assault survivors speak out, they help change the culture that enables it (The Guardian)
  • Game of Thrones deserved its Best Drama Emmy. Here’s why (ABC News)
  • Make no mistake, we are watching greatness again in Nat Fyfe — and he could get even better (ABC News)
  • The big picture of the Amazon fires (Pursuit)
  • Greta Thunberg had a message for the world — but Morrison wasn’t there to hear it (ABC News)
  • WorkChoices resurrected (The Monthly)
  • World

  • Batman shooting family ‘horrified’ by Joker film (BBC News)
  • Suspending Parliament was unlawful, court rules (BBC News)
  • Thomas Cook collapse: German airline seeks help (BBC News)
  • Rainforest belongs to us, says Brazil’s leader (BBC News)
  • Trump impeachment calls grow over Ukraine call (BBC News)
  • British MPs to return to work as Johnson faces calls to resign (Al Jazeera English)
  • Emmys apologise for ‘in memoriam’ mix-up (BBC News)
  • Boris Johnson misled the Queen by asking her to suspend Parliament. Will he survive it? (ABC News)
  • Climate

  • Revealed: how underwater plants and corals can help animals survive marine heatwaves (The Conversation)
  • Climate change: ‘It is more and more important to engage with non-state actors.’ (ABC News)
  • Explainer: why phenology is key in tracking climate change (The Conversation)
  • A sense of climate crisis now haunts stories which aren’t even about the environment (The Conversation)
  • Sports

  • Carabao Cup third round – Man City, Spurs & Arsenal in action (BBC Sport)
  • ‘Fittest 55-year-old’ Nigel Benn to make boxing comeback (BBC Sport)
  • Carabao Cup: Man Utd’s Paul Pogba to return against Rochdale (BBC Sport)
  • Andy Murray beats Tennys Sandgren at Zhuhai Championships (BBC Sport)
  • No more financial rewards for teams visiting Pakistan – PCB chairman Ehsan Mani (Cricinfo)
  • Wallabies can expect aerial assault after Wales show hand at Rugby World Cup (The Guardian)
  • Rugby World Cup: How Japan 2019 host town Kamaishi is using event to rebuild after tsunami (BBC Sport)
  • Russia 9-34 Samoa: Strong second half sees Samoa clinch bonus-point win (BBC Sport)

  • Further reading

  • Woman of ideas (Aeon)
  • A sage on the ward (Aeon)
  • Dead Birds, Data Mining, and Dark Matter (Jstor)
  • Whistleblowing: A Primer (Jstor)
  • The Norrington Room in Oxford, England (Atlas Obscura)
  • Here’s what quantum supremacy does—and doesn’t—mean for computing (MIT Tech Review)
  • How to Get Evangelicals to Care About Climate Change – Facts So Romantic (Nautilus)
  • Facebook is buying a startup that makes a wristband to control computers with a twitch (MIT Tech Review)