Federal Elections 2022: Antony Green Calls for Election Result for Anthony Albanese and Laborb

ABC predicted that Labor would win the federal election saying “Anthony Albanese will be Australia’s 31st Prime Minister”. “While Labor does not yet have a clear majority in parliament, ABC’s chief election analyst Antony Green says it will be able to form a minority government at the very least,” ABC reported. And it seems that … Read more

McDonald’s exit from Russia after 32 years is the end of an era

Soviet customers line up outside the first newly opened McDonald’s in the Soviet Union on January 31, 1990 at Pushkin Square in Moscow. Vitaly Armand | afp | Getty Images It was 4 am and a handful of Russians had already started lining up outside the building in the freezing cold of winter, hours before … Read more

Federal Elections 2022: NT Live Updates for Lingiari and Solomon Polling Booths

No clothes, no worries – the territorials voted in large numbers ahead of Election Night 2022. FOLLOW OUR COVERAGE LIVE Welcome to our live coverage of the federal elections. NT News reporters will be on the ground in Solomon and Lingiari constituencies throughout the night. Catch up on all the latest news and color from … Read more

2022 federal election: Mark McGowan is criticized for anti-vaccinations as he votes for Perth

Mark McGowan was harassed by anti-vaxxers when he and his son Samuel voted at Safety Bay Primary School on Saturday. A man wearing a United Australia Party shirt continually hurled barbs at the Premier, questioning the state’s vaccine mandates. The man shouted: “I can go to football without a vaccine and without a mask, but … Read more

Ugly Kooyong campaign goes live

A sometimes ugly battle for Kooyong between treasurer Josh Frydenberg and high-profile independent Monique Ryan is about to come to a head. The pair have routinely quarreled during the six-week federal election campaign, with Frydenberg claiming her opponent’s mother-in-law said she would vote Liberal, and Ryan calling her rival “the treasurer of NSW”. In a … Read more

Former Conservative financial critic says he stepped down after lawmakers tried to ‘silence’ Poilievre’s criticism – National

Former conservative financial critic Ed Fast says he left office earlier this week to “speak freely” after some of his fellow MPs tried to “silence” his criticism of leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre. In an email sent through Jean Charest’s leadership campaign, which Fast is co-chairing, the longtime Abbotsford MP said that Poilievre’s supporters in the … Read more

In an unusual step, US military aircraft will transport first pallets of infant formula to the US

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered the first flights in support of the newly created Operation Fly Formula program, and they will “leave Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany over the course of this weekend,” the White House official said. “Due to the urgency of the situation, these flights will be comprised of US military … Read more

Voters go to open polls in Australian election | Election news

sydney, australia – Polls opened up in the Australian election, with a close contest expected between Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s current Liberal-National coalition and the opposition Labor Party under Anthony Albanese. Labor led opinion polls throughout the campaign, but the gap narrowed as Morrison’s coalition gained ground ahead of Election Day. Morrison aims to become … Read more

Michigan court wants more from Whitmer on abortion ban challenge – CBS Detroit

DETROIT (AP) – The Michigan Supreme Court said Friday that it wants more information from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer about her request to erase a decades-old state abortion ban. The court wants five points addressed, including whether it needs to get involved immediately, especially after a Claims Court judge this week froze the dormant law with … Read more