Today’s Straya news cloud
  • Anthony Albanese recasts Labor’s climate policy to make it ‘all about jobs’ (The Guardian)
  • Albanese says Labor must embrace wealth creation, mining sector on way to low-carbon future (SMH)
  • Workers would lose hundreds of dollars a year if pushed to non-union deals – report (The Guardian)
  • Brexit delay clears way for British MPs to vote on an early election (ABC)
  • Have scientists settled the debate of where we came from? (ABC)
  • Free sunscreen and skin checks? Health insurer seeks to reward ‘good behaviour’ (SMH)
  • Finance

  • ‘The blow is comprehensive’: Hong Kong officially enters recession (ABC)
  • Anthony Albanese recasts Labor’s climate policy to make it ‘all about jobs’ (The Guardian)
  • AMP claims sacked lawyer ‘bad-mouthed board’ as legal fight turns nasty (SMH)
  • FOMO factor makes Australia’s growth shares the world’s most expensive (SMH)
  • Company of Anthony Pratt, Australia’s richest man, legally pays virtually no tax (The Guardian)
  • Real estate agent featured on Today Tonight fined for abusive behaviour (ABC)
  • Opinion

  • Woodheaps and chopping blocks: talking to Leah Purcell, Leticia Cáceres and Stephen Curtis about The Drover’s Wife (Overland)
  • Revolutions past (The Monthly)
  • Unfair cop (The Monthly)
  • The hidden impact of private schools that affects us all (ABC)
  • Three reasons Islamic State will survive the death of its leader (ABC)
  • Will the brave and clever sulphur-crested cockatoo win Bird of the Year? Did a cockatoo write this? | First Dog on the Moon (The Guardian)
  • World

  • Opinion: A synod that could make history (Deutsche Welle)
  • Two wounded in France mosque shooting (Al Jazeera English)
  • AfricaLink on Air – 28 October 2019 (Deutsche Welle)
  • Georgia hit by massive cyber-attack (BBC News)
  • British lawmaker Vaz faces suspension over drug scandal (Deutsche Welle)
  • Trump defends not informing Congress of IS raid (BBC News)
  • Climate

  • Technology will not save us from climate change – but imagining new forms of society will (The Conversation)
  • Global emissions and Labour’s green plans | Letters (The Guardian)
  • Why ‘acting locally’ is impossible in an interconnected world (The Conversation)
  • Anthony Albanese recasts Labor’s climate policy to make it ‘all about jobs’ (The Guardian)
  • Sport

  • Granada: La Liga leaders compared to Leicester (BBC Sport)
  • Had plans to keep Australia under a good total but things didn’t come off well – Bhanuka Rajapaksa (Cricinfo)
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan suffers first defeat against Dominic Dale (BBC Sport)
  • Ben Curry is excited to go watch his twin, Tom, in the World Cup final (The Guardian)
  • Further reading

  • A woman and her car (Aeon)
  • Five Hotels That Were Occupied by the Military During World War II (Smithsonian)
  • Mistaken (Aeon)
  • NASA is sending a rover to the moon to look for water ice (MIT Tech Review)
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