Influential feminist group supports ‘Yes’ campaign on Voice to Parliament

Influential feminist group supports ‘Yes’ campaign on Voice to Parliament

One of Australia’s most influential feminist groups has backed the ‘Yes’ campaign ahead of the referendum on an Indigenous vote in parliament. The Victorian Women’s Trust, which was a driving force behind the election of Independent MPs Cathy McGowan and Helen Haines, says women are more interested in being on the right side of history … Read more

New Yorkers against the Second Amendment caught after raves about Ukraine’s gun rights

New Yorkers against the Second Amendment caught after raves about Ukraine’s gun rights

Young Americans opposed to the Second Amendment were left speechless after being questioned about their support for the Ukrainian government arming its own citizens with guns to defend against Russian troops. This video was originally published by Ami Horowitz and has been republished by Sky News Australia with permission.

Anthony Albanese ‘encourages’ people to think with ‘their feelings’

Anthony Albanese ‘encourages’ people to think with ‘their feelings’

Sky News contributor James Macpherson says Prime Minister Anthony is “encouraging” Albanian people to think with “their feelings” when they vote for the Voice to Parliament. “The constitution is a legal document that outlines how the country is run, it’s not a typical greeting card to express feelings,” Macpherson told Sky News host Rita Panahi. … Read more

Albanian government negotiates trade bans with China

Albanian government negotiates trade bans with China

The Albanian government has indicated its willingness to withdraw two World Trade Organization cases against China, provided trade bans against Australia are lifted. The offer comes ahead of Commerce Secretary Don Farrell’s trip to Beijing to meet with his counterpart Wang Wentao. Mr Farrell is likely to visit China in February to discuss the resolution … Read more

Tax dollars ‘are transferred to companies’ above coal price cap

Tax dollars ‘are transferred to companies’ above coal price cap

Adoni Media’s Leisa Goddard says “taxpayer dollars will now be transferred to companies like Rio Tinto”. It comes after mining giant Rio Tinto will receive a compensation package for the temporary coal price cap put in place to lower energy prices. “If the government hadn’t interfered, they would have been very happy to continue making … Read more

China opening international borders is the ‘best news’ for the travel industry

China opening international borders is the ‘best news’ for the travel industry

Flight Center’s Greg Parker says China’s intention to open international borders is the “best news the travel industry has had in the last three years”. “It will be a good thing for consumers to have Chinese airlines fly back into the country,” he told Sky News Australia. “We’re very, very excited about that.”

Holiday bookings in China are on the rise

Holiday bookings in China are on the rise

Chinese residents and expats rush to visit websites after authorities announced they would lift restrictions on flights in and out of the country. Sky News Asia correspondent Brent O’Halloran said this is a huge policy change as entering China has been a challenge for the past three years. “Visas for non-essential travelers were almost impossible … Read more

LNP adopting left-leaning policies as a ‘path to victory’ is a ‘misconception’

LNP adopting left-leaning policies as a ‘path to victory’ is a ‘misconception’

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says there seems to be a misconception in Australia that the “road to victory” is for the Liberal and National parties to “run left-wing politics”. “To introduce high taxes and regulations,” Canavan told Sky News presenter Rita Panahi. “What we should do if we want to get back into government is … Read more