G hello. Today we are launching the Guardian Australia's rural network to bring you local perspectives on major issues affecting the country. We also have the latest information on the challenges facing international travel and an overview of some corners effstriped from the Internet.
Airlines are stuck "in a holding pattern" and not able to start planning for the resumption of routes to Australia due to a lack of information from the government on the new rules and passenger limits. Barry Abrams, Executive Director of the Board of Airline Representatives of Australia, says foreign airlines will not be able to scale up operations for international travel to Sydney when 80% vaccination is reached, as they will need several months to recall the dismissed personnel and recover the planes that have been parked in the deserts . Passenger allowances are a key factor in determining the financial viability of routes, and Abrams warned thatcarriers that hadn't flown in the country for over a year had yet to start posting planes or personnel to Australia. "Without any clear plan here, there is simply no logical reason for an international airline to start considering increasing its flights to Australia," Abrams said.
Guardian Australia today launches our new Rural Network to tell the important stories of regional and rural areas. "The idea is to expand our reach by appointing a highly experienced rural and regional editor to anchor our reporting and build a network of trusted contributors and, we hope, collaborate with independent regional news organizations ", says Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor . that it will give us 'eyes and ears' in different places and provide us with information that we wouldn't have otherwise. ”We launch the new series with two stories about the Australian agricultural sector, which is set for a record of $ 73 billion a year but that is threatened by labor shortages and restrictions . Meanwhile, new analysis shows regional economies will be 'disproportionately affected' by climate risk compared to urban areas, but the the agricultural sector can reach zero net emissions by 2040 by scaling up existing Morrison government programs. Stay informed and subscribe to newsletter or join data Facebook group .
Helmand's new Taliban Governor Talib Mawlawi called on the UK and NATO countries to recognize the Taliban as Afghanistan l 'legitimate rulers and then come back, but with money and not weapons. "All these foreign countries invaded and killed our women, our children and our elderlys, and destroyed everything, ”he said. "Now the international community should help us with humanitarian aid and focus on the development of education, business and trade. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, declares the bloc has no choice but to engage with the Taliban government in Afghanistan and will maintain a diplomatic presence in Kabul. "It 's It may be a pure oxymoron to talk about human rights, but it is what we have to ask them, "said Borrell. "To have a chance to influence events, we have no choice but to engage with the Taliban… to engage means to speak, discuss and agree when possible. "
Personal care staffOlder people in Australia are facing staffing issues due to closed international s . While Australian retirement homes are on track to meet Friday deadline for mandatory staff vaccination, the supply of elderly caregivers remains a critical issue .
A quarter of cyber incidents last year targeted critical infrastructure and essential services . The Australian Cyber Security Center report reveals that ransomware incidents have increased by 15% and that cybercrime losseslity reached $ 33 billion.
Australia has weathered the Covid economic downturn better than most developed countries but could cope with slower recovery when community transmission is higher , the OECD has warned .
Major developed countries have reduced their gas emissions greenhouse gas emissions from producing electricity faster than Australia over the past decade, according to new report , which challenges the Morrison government 's claim that Australia is doing more for fight against the climate crisis than other nations.
A record 19 113 babies were born in New South Wales in the second quarter of 2021. The 9% increase over the same period in 2020 came despite predictions from experts on the Covid the pandemic was little likely to trigger a baby boom .
The investigation into the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse took a sensational turn after the country's attorney general asked a judge to charges Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry, 71, in connection with the crime .
Th America's top general has taken action to prevent Donald Trump from "going rogue" and launching an attack on China, according to a book by the Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward .
You may know Osher Gunsberg as host of The Bachelor franchise but this weekend he'll be back at the helm a very different kind of program. Osher Gunsberg: A Matter of Life and Death explores the crisis of suicide in Australia This is a topic of personal importance to the TV personality, who has gone through her own battle with anxiety, depression and ideas.suicidal s. Being in front of the camera is part of his job, but in his spare time Gunsberg enjoys going behind the lens. He is an avid photographer and considers a vintage camera to be his most precious possession. He tells us about the ' story of this discovery of the "Holy Grail and talks about two other important goods.
Spooky Doll Hour is a Facebook group for the terminal online, but even here the line between irony and seriousness becomes increasingly blurred, writes Patrick Lenton . The principle behind Spooky Doll Hour is very simple: it is a small Facebook group where you can share photos, memes and videos of spooky dolls - for just one hour.These are often memes about spooky dolls or using spooky dolls - but it's simplistic to just call it a spooky doll meme page. The premise may be simple, but the "why" of it all is more complicated: the way it engages the community and that community's adherence to arbitrary rules all point to a deeper level. and humor.
By seeking tranquility rather than gratification, you you are less likely to ruin your own day and you will be more pleasant with others. In today's Guardian Australia Reads, our Lifestyle Editor, Alyx Gorman, recommends this Brigid Delaney article on an ancient way to seek happiness.
Will Gladys Berejiklian's Covid reopening plan pay off? In this episode of Full Story , Laura Murphy-Oates speaks with Guardian Australia reporter Anne Davies to find out if the bet on Opening up the NSW economy will pay off as the infectious Delta variant continues to spread.
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"If there is a way infallible to pass one sport to the secondplan in the eyes of the general public is when an administrator treats his own sport as secondary. This is what Andrew Abdo and the NRL succeeded by moving a preliminary final in order to avoid a clash with the AFL grand final, ” write s Nick Tedeschi .
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