• ‘Respect is given’: Australia closes climb on sacred Uluru (The Guardian)
  • European Union will grant Britain an extension on Brexit (ABC)
  • Man and woman arrested in connection to bodies found in Essex truck (ABC)
  • Australian Taxpayers Alliance under scrutiny over election role (SMH)
  • Why Angus Taylor’s statement on the council documents doesn’t clear up anything (The Guardian)
  • Clover Moore rejects Angus Taylor’s explanation of document he used to attack her (The Guardian)
  • Finance

  • Climbing Uluru is now a ‘serious offence’ as closure kicks in (ABC)
  • Pilots still exhilarated 50 years after first flight (ABC)
  • The IPO market isn’t dead. But buyers want quality, not lemons (SMH)
  • Jeff Bezos is set to lose his crown as world’s richest person (SMH)
  • Personal training career rewards those who ‘love what you do’ (SMH)
  • Libra isn’t dead yet — the killer blow will come from governments issuing their own digital currencies (The Conversation)
  • Opinion

  • #Angusgate (The Monthly)
  • Jojo Rabbit: life is not beautiful, but it is precious (Overland)
  • Why immigration wasn’t an issue in Canada’s election (Pursuit)
  • Canada’s first climate change election (Pursuit)
  • Tory Days: ‘Blinded by the Light’ (The Monthly)
  • ‘Kings of the castle’: why punishment could backfire for St Kevin’s sexist chant (ABC)
  • Today’s Oz news cloud:

    World

  • Deadly protests sweep Iraq as masses demand reform (BBC News)
  • Deadly unrest reflects Ethiopia’s discontent (Deutsche Welle)
  • US Muslim schoolgirl runner disqualified for hijab (BBC News)
  • US to deploy troops in northern Syria to protect oil fields (Deutsche Welle)
  • The 77 Percent – What should Africa do with people who leave but are forced to return? (Deutsche Welle)
  • Tiny species of beetle named after Greta Thunberg (Deutsche Welle)
  • Climate

  • First Solar bounces back from slump expanding production and workforce in Ohio (IEEFA)
  • Warming waters, local differences in oceanography affect Gulf of Maine lobster population (Science Daily)
  • Not all plants are good for you (Science Daily)
  • Climate change is forcing butterflies and moths to adapt – but some species can’t (The Conversation)
  • Sport

  • ‘We’ll show New Zealand who we are in semi-final’ says Courtney Lawes (The Guardian)
  • Southampton v Leicester – team news and build-up (BBC Sport)
  • England tour dates for Sri Lanka 2020 announced (Cricinfo)
  • Lewis Hamilton starts Mexican GP weekend fastest in practice (BBC Sport)
  • Further reading

  • Raymond Tallis: what is extended mind? (Aeon)
  • The meaning to life? A Darwinian existentialist has his answers (Aeon)
  • This Year’s Outwin Winners Challenge the Conventions of Portraiture (Smithsonian)
  • Alfred Stieglitz’s Art Journal (Jstor)
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