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Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has begun his first serious campaign interference, blaming the Morrison government for the deal between Beijing and the Solomon Islands. “The government can’t gild it, it was a failure … an absolute failure of foreign policy,” he told ABC RN Breakfast. Meanwhile, Labor has unveiled a plan to rebuild Australia as a preferred partner for the Pacific. If elected, they will set up a defense school, increase funding for aerial surveillance in the South Pacific and help ABC expand its programming and training opportunities in the region. Teachers in New Wales are on strike next Wednesday as a dispute over pay and a shortage of teachers escalates. Already this year, the state has faced repeated production actions by nurses, health workers, transporters and paramedics seeking from the government to improve wages and conditions. The acquisition of Twitter by Ilan Mask for A $ 61 billion could mean less moderation on the platform and the recovery of banned individuals, including former President Donald Trump. Earlier, Musk criticized the moderation of Twitter and said that his algorithm for prioritizing tweets should be public. Uber has found itself in hot water, admitting to violating Australian consumer law after falsely telling people that they could be charged for cancellation fees and incorrect information about the fares of competing taxi companies. The amusement service faces a $ 26 million fine for agreeing to submit joint materials to the Federal Court with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. And in some lighter news here’s a quote for you today: “I can’t say we’ll be a magic wand, but we’ll slide into the community and have a positive impact on at least someone. And if we can only save one life, then that’s it And, you know, goats are really cool! ” This is Alicia Coates from Smithton, Tasmania, who talks about why goats and yoga are her key to mental health conversations in regional areas. NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW:



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