Breaking News Today on Australia

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Breaking news today on australia. From capital city cenotaphs to local memorials, thousands braved the cold weather on Anzac Day to commemorate those who served and died for Australia.

Sydney Bishop who allegedly attacked during a live sermon has voiced his views on government efforts to force tech platforms to delete shock video.

A man dies after falling from a wind tower in Queensland

Today morning, police attended to Bramston Court in Burpengary East to conduct a welfare check when they discovered the body.

On Anzac Day, Prime Minister Scott Morrison marked it by retracing the Kokoda track in Papua New Guinea, to honour those who made sacrifices during WWII and commemorate them today. An eSafety commissioner is pushing social media giants such as YouTube to remove footage of Wakeley church stabbing but Elon Musk of X says such efforts are “silly plays to gain more exposure”.

Anzac Day commemorations are taking place all across Australia today from capital city cenotaphs to local memorials. Collingwood and Essendon will battle it out at the MCG today with Scott Pendlebury looking to record his 10,000th disposal of his career; follow live updates here.

A man is charged with the murder of a toddler in Cobram

John Torney was cleared in 2008 of murdering toddler Dylan Whiteley but now stands accused of assaulting 49-year-old woman found dead at a property on Campbell Road in Cobram in northern Victoria last Tuesday; she died due to upper body injuries, according to police. Torney, 39-years old at the time, was arrested Wednesday and will face Shepparton Magistrates Court Friday where it is believed they knew each other well.

One of Bates’ neighbours told 9News she was highly esteemed in the community and assisted both of Bates’ elderly parents. Bates was known for having a “big heart,” according to this neighbour.

She was the 26th woman who died under suspiciously violent circumstances this year, according to Counting Dead Women Australia. Today, community members from Cobram and elsewhere will come together in rallies across Australia in response to this rising rate of violence against women; Prime Minister Anthony Albanese called it an urgent crisis situation.

The Albanese government will spend $30 million to fight malaria

The Albanese government will intensify efforts to combat malaria in Pacific and Southeast Asian nations with $30 million earmarked for new aid programs. Malaria claims more than 600,000 lives annually primarily among developing world populations; with this money allocated towards providing “urgently needed tools” against this deadly illness.

Australia’s shrinking international aid budget is under further strain with the Albanese government attempting to push for an increased contribution from Australia to The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria at this week’s seventh triennial replenishment meeting in the US. Leaders from this organization will present their case at this week’s replenishment meeting for support at this location.

Psychologists have revealed one of the underlying causes behind Joel Cauchi’s stabbing spree at Sydney shopping malls last weekend. Elon Musk’s X will challenge any ruling by an Australian watchdog to remove content related to the brutal stabbing of a priest during livestreamed church services, says Elon.

A former Home and Away actor is arrested on assault charges

Orpheus Pledger, 30, who played Mason Morgan on Home and Away is wanted by police on charges including domestic violence. Pledger is accused of following the woman from her home outside and pushing her down before stomping on her head before dialling triple-0 with “he’s coming”. She called triple-0 before the line went dead before suffering a haematoma to her head as well as cuts to her cheek from what police believe are related incidents.

Pledger was taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital on Monday for a court-ordered assessment, but is believed to have left early, breaching his bail conditions and leading police on an intensive manhunt for the star, known to frequent Northcote and surrounding suburbs and has brown hair with tanned complexion and stands approximately 170 cm in height.


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