Australian Renters Struggle in Cold Winter as Energy Costs Soared: Study

A new study has found that surging energy costs have become the latest problem for Australian tenants living in accommodation with “brutal” conditions over the winter. The Cold and Costly report by the tenant advocacy organisation Better Renting measured temperature and humidity in over 70 rental homes across Australia through

187 Cuban Illegal Immigrants Arrested After Landing in Florida

MIAMI—U.S. immigration officials say 187 Cuban illegal immigrants have been arrested after landing in the Florida Keys on 10 separate boats over the weekend. Chief Patrol Agent Walter Slosar of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection posted images of the small boats without passengers on Twitter. The Miami Herald said

Axing Cashless Debit Card Risky for Remote Australian Aboriginal Communities

Australian centre-right Liberal senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price has warned that the government’s plan to scrap the Cashless Debit Card system could lead to a resurgence in alcohol-related crime and violence in remote Australian Aboriginal communities. Meanwhile, towns where the system has been implemented, say it has been successful in reducing

Former Australian Prime Minister Breaks Silence on Ministerial Intervention

Former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spoken for the first time after it was revealed that he was secretly sworn into five multiple minister roles, including health, finance, treasury, home affairs and industry. The former prime minister said his decision was a precaution during the middle of the pandemic