A new trilateral security agreement has been launched between Australia, the US and the UK, designed to shore up security in the Indo-Pacific.
The countries have agreed to share advanced technologies – the first major initiative is getting Australia access to nuclear submarines.
There’s an emerging COVID-19 cluster across three social housing towers in Redfern.
Twelve people in the buildings have so far have tested positive to the virus.
A mobile vaccination team has been sent to the area.
Business leaders in New South Wales and Victoria are calling for the states to put forward a united approach to re-opening.
They’re asking leaders to agree on a common roadmap for open borders, once second dose vaccination rates hit 80 per cent.
Two men have been extradited from Dubai to Sydney following an eight-year investigation into drug importation.
They’ve been charged for their roles in a trans-national criminal syndicate supplying mainly MDMA and the drug ice across New South Wales.
A court in the United States has overturned the murder conviction of a police officer who fatally shot Australian Justine Ruszczyk Damond in 2017, saying the charge doesn’t fit the circumstances.
Mohamed Noor will now be sentenced on manslaughter charges.
The man accused of raping former liberal staffer Brittany Higgins will appear in a Canberra court today.
There’s new hope this morning for the Mountain Pygmy Possum.
The species was flagged as needing help following the black summer bushfires, and safe tunnels were purpose-built for them in Victoria’s Alpine region.
As the possums come out of hibernation, more are carrying young in their pouch.