The Australian Daily News - November 26 (12:00 pm)
Australia 'well prepared' for new variant
Health officials are working with the WHO to investigate a contagious new variant from South Africa, says Greg Hunt.
UK slaps travel restrictions on Africa amid variant fears
Scientists raise alarm over a new Covid variant, with UK authorities warning ‘the vaccines we currently have may be less effective’.
Cummins appointed Test captain in leadership shake-up
In an historic day for Australian cricket, Pat Cummins will be unveiled as our 47th Test captain today, with Steve Smith appointed as his deputy.
Tim Paine out of Ashes, Test career looks over
Tim Paine has withdrawn from all forms of the game ‘for the foreseeable future’ with concerns for his wellbeing.
Former Queensland treasurer Keith De Lacy dies
Keith De Lacy, Queensland’s treasurer for six years during the Wayne Goss era — passes away aged 83.
Pilot faces court over missing campers’ murder
A man charged with murdering missing Victorian campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay has appeared before court for the first time.
In technical terms, NSW ICAC is madness
The show trial starring Gladys Berejiklian is indeed shameful, as ICAC has overplayed its hand. Scott Morrison has clearly been paying attention.
Qantas reveals new ‘green tier’ for frequent flyers
Booking eco hotels and walking to work will help Qantas frequent flyers achieve ‘green’ status and access exclusive deals as the airline chases its net zero goal.
Tributes flow for Tim Swann
One of Melbourne’s well-known business families is mourning the loss of a dynamic entrepreneur and devoted dad, who died in a motorcycle accident.
Uni panned over Indigenous ‘rip-off’
Two land councils have lodged an ICAC complaint over the number of University of Sydney staff and students who self-identify as Indigenous.