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Papua New Guinea officials are set to deport Nick McKim after he attempted to visit an asylum seeker camp on Manus Island.Read more from ABC News
WARNING: This story contains graphic content that some readers may find upsetting. A 25-year-old woman is charged with murder after allegedly decapitating her mother during a violent argument, witnessed by a four-year-old relative, at St Clair in Sydney's west overnight.Read more from ABC News
A Northern Territory judge previously sanctioned for harsh and gratuitous remarks from the bench has criticised other Aboriginal defendants. A legal body says the comments are clearly offensive but has not yet decided to make any formal complaint.Read more from ABC News
Police are hunting a gunman who shot a 16-year-old boy through a window.Read more from ABC News
Polystyrene balls were strewn across three bays on a north Queensland beach after coming in with the tide from an unknown source.Read more from ABC News
Security footage is played to the Supreme Court showing events the minutes before and after a Perth man is alleged to have fatally stabbed his former partner at a court complex.Read more from ABC News
The head of the Australian Law Society says comments by Alice Springs Judge Greg Borchers were racist because they are disparaging, discriminatory and offensive, insulting and humiliating to Indigenous Australians based solely on their race.Read more from ABC News
A guard is unable to eat, sleep or leave her house since last weekend's uprising at a NSW juvenile justice centre when detainees armed themselves.Read more from ABC News
Rare footage of the animals hopping across a snow-covered paddock was posted on social media.Read more from BBC News
Di (amina046) said:
One of the world's major oil and gas companies, Eni, starts building the Northern Territory's largest solar farm.
18 July 2019 ... race to 50pc renewables by 2030
Need to do a lot better than that.
... The 70-hectare site near Katherine will house 100,000 solar panels with a 25 megawatt capacity
Need to do a lot better than that - many power-stations are 600mGw and modern ones are bigger again.
Another proposal to build a 15,000-hectare solar farm in the Barkly region will become the largest solar project in the world
Now, that is serious.