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Australia has told a global body the purchase of nuclear-powered submarines won't add to the spread of nuclear weapons in the region.Foreign Minister Penny Wong on Monday met in Adelaide with the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Grossi, whose work is seen as crucial to global peace and security.
Equality advocates are urging the West Australian government to introduce a comprehensive ban on gay conversion therapy which would expand the scope beyond healthcare settings.Premier Mark McGowan promised at last year's election he would ban conversion therapy by implementing a national code of conduct for unregulated healthcare workers.
Richmond are likely to challenge a one-match ban given to defender Nick Vlastuin after he struck an opponent, coach Damien Hardwick says.Vlastuin hit West Coast's Connor West late in the Tigers' 35-point AFL win on Sunday, with the incident assessed as intentional conduct and high contact.
Arsenal have signed Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus from Premier League champions Manchester City on a long-term contract.Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but British media reported the 25-year-old Brazil international was signed in a deal worth 45 million pounds ($A79.
Eighteen people have been killed and 243 injured during unrest in Uzbekistan's autonomous province of Karakalpakstan which broke out last week over plans to curtail its autonomy, Uzbek authorities say.Security forces detained 516 people while dispersing the protesters last Friday but have now released many of them, the national guard press office told a briefing.
Payne Haas is expected to miss at least two NRL games recovering from shoulder problems that have also kept him out of the NSW team for the State of Origin decider.Brisbane prop Haas has AC joint issues in both his shoulders and will finally take matches off to recover after pushing through the injuries in recent weeks.
NRL head of football Graham Annesley has defended the six-again rule despite conceding Canberra could have been awarded three penalties rather than fresh sets in the last 20 seconds of their 12-10 loss to St George Illawarra.The Raiders were attacking the Dragons' line in search of a late try on Sunday when St George Illawarra captain Ben Hunt was guilty of three infringements.
England's hopes of levelling the rugby series against the Wallabies have suffered a blow after star flanker Tom Curry was ruled out of the remaining two Tests because of concussion.Curry is to return home with the head injury sustained in the first half of Saturday's 30-28 defeat in Perth and will face "continuing assessment and ongoing management".
Sydney's Camden tennis centre has gone under four times in four months and it's entirely possible it could happen again before the year is out.Scientists say there's a decent chance two major drivers of Australia's climate could coincide later this year and cause more east coast flooding.
A two-time prison escapee who confessed to a bank robbery during which a police officer was shot more than two decades ago now says he could not be responsible as he was in custody.But a prosecutor says if Shane O'Reilly Ryan is found to have been at a correctional centre on March 24, 1999, the Crown's case would be that he "found a way to escape from that prison, commit the robbery and get back inside that prison".
Voting has begun in Papua New Guinea and will continue until July 22 amid strong security measures to avoid the violence of the 2017 poll which left more than 200 people dead.More than 10,000 police and soldiers have been deployed across the country as voters elect 118 MPs to form a government.
The South Australian Liberals have consolidated their lead in the Bragg by-election, following the counting of the first pre-poll and postal ballots.At the closing of counting on Saturday, Jack Batty was ahead of Labor's Alice Rolls by little more than 200 votes.
Tasmania has extended its free flu vaccination program for a month amid a winter spike in infections.The state government on Monday announced the roll-out at GPs, pharmacies and state-run clinics will continue until July 31.
A Chinese community leader accused of using a $37,000 hospital donation to gain influence over the Australian government says he was only trying to reduce anti-Chinese sentiment.Prosecutors allege Di Sanh Duong, 67, made the donation to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2020 as a way to interfere with a federal minister on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party.
A Newcastle man accused of murdering a baby says he lied for the child's mother who allegedly punched the six month old's face and body before shaking him vigorously, a jury has been told.Jie William Smith 31, pleaded guilty to manslaughter of the baby early on February 9, 2019 in New Lambton, but the Crown has rejected this plea.
Mitchell Swepson has frankly admitted doubts crept into his mind during his 514-ball wait for a third Test wicket.Swepson justified his selection as Australia's second spinner in the team's series-opening win over Sri Lanka, taking five wickets for the match in Galle.
Sydney coach John Longmire has declared Isaac Heeney a certain starter for Friday night's clash with the Western Bulldogs, while Josh Kennedy is a sneaky chance of making an early AFL return.Kennedy hasn't played since tearing his hamstring while wiping out Carlton's Sam Docherty in a late spoiling attempt in round 10.
Trouble remembering where you left your keys could trigger anxiety for which there are plenty of medicines, but new research has found some might worsen your cognitive abilities.Using a unique genetic model developed by the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, scientists have gained new understanding of how some anti-anxiety medications put undue pressure on the brain to act out in weird ways.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick expects star midfielder Dustin Martin will miss at least two weeks with a hamstring injury from Sunday's win against West Coast.The Tiger champion was subbed out of the 35-point triumph after a starring 17-disposal, one-goal first half against the Eagles and his hamstring strain means he's likely to miss upcoming matches against Gold Coast and North Melbourne.