Australia will have access to some of the world’s leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates, as the government commits more than $120 million to enter an international vaccine agreement.
The federal government has struck a deal to join the world vaccine facility known as COVAX, which is co-led by the World Health Organization, CEPI and GAVI.
As the COVID-19 saga continues, divisive narratives have become the dysfunctional normality for political actors and media groups across Australia, proliferating in recent months.
Nightly news programs and social media algorithms, coupled with automation and big data, are being used to manipulate public opinion. Something smells fishy beneath the surface.
A new consultation paper has warned against the “malicious use” of drone technology by the Chinese Communist Party in Australia, as millions of devices continue to go unaccounted for.
The report cites government and business sites, as well as infrastructure and crowded places, as vulnerable to image and signals gathering, espionage, data exfiltration or physical attack.
It took almost four decades, but Chuck Feeney, former billionaire co-founder of retail giant Duty Free Shoppers, has finally given all of his money away to charity.
He has nothing left now – and he couldn’t be happier.
Daniel Andrews’ attempts to create his own “private militia of Leftist public servants” will turn the state into “1984 on steroids”, says Sky News host Rowan Dean.
It comes as the Andrews is expected to introduce sweeping new powers for public servants, giving them the authority of authorised officers with the ability to indefinitely detain Victorians.