Good morning, early birds. Dozens have been injured after protesters stormed the Hong Kong Legislative Council, and Labor signals that it is prepared to back the government's contentious tax cut package. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
The government claims it will treat China with a firm hand, but its response to protests in Hong Kong is anything but.
New extradition laws with Beijing are just another step in the erosion of Hong Kong's political and legal autonomy. The effects will be huge for the region.
The relative privilege of these crowds doesn't undermine the sincerity or importance of what they're trying to achieve, but it does shift the tone. Every protest is imbued by this smiling confidence that they will win.
Good morning, early birds. School Strike for Climate founder Greta Thunberg has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, and documents reveal NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian shelved plans for sweeping environmental reform when she came to power. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Aerators are expected to be installed along the Darling River as early as today in an effort to halt mass fish deaths, and the Greens subvert Scott Morrison's mandatory Australia Day citizenship ceremonies. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Dozens of Palestinian protesters killed by Israeli forces. Plus, a teenage boy at risk of suicide has been forcibly returned to Australia's detention centre on Nauru. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The 1980s heralded a swell of protests highlighting the treatment of women in war, and the role of rape as a weapon. Decades later, the problem is still invisible.
They marched without masks. They marched without bandanas. Freelance journalist Matthew Clayfield. reports.