Hanson facing possible contempt of Senate

Pauline Hanson could be referred to the Senate’s powerful privileges committee over her treatment of former One Nation senator Brian Burston. Senate President Scott Ryan gave the green light for Senator Burston to move a motion on Wednesday to refer her over pressing him to resign from the upper house. …

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Heads-up for mental health | The West Australian

Champion Bay was a sparkling backdrop to a sea of wacky hats on Wednesday, October 10, during a mental health awareness event organised by Geraldton’s three Rotary clubs. To mark World Mental Health Day and Rotary Australia’s Hat Day, the clubs held a Mad Hatters Tea Party on the foreshore. …

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Koreas, UN discuss disarming border

North Korea, South Korea and the United Nations Command (UNC) have held their first three-way talks to discuss demilitarising the border as the two Koreas push for peace, Seoul’s defence ministry said. The two Koreas agreed during last month’s summit in Pyongyang to form a tripartite consultation with the UNC, …

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App sprouts podcast access for farmers on the go

Farmers facing hours alone in the header this harvest can tune in to a new weekly podcast series on improving grain growers’ profitability. GRDC Podcast, which features researchers, growers, advisers and industry stakeholders, is only in its infancy. Grains Research Development Corporation grower relations manager Jo Wheeler believes the wide …

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