· Hong Kong protests: Dozens arrested as police firing pepper pellets clash with demonstrators →
· Race-by-race tips and preview for Gosford on Thursday →
Showed enough last time in to suggest she’ll be winning more races, so look for her to run well fresh.
· OnePlus Z is real hints OnePlus CEO Pete Lau; affordable flagship coming soon to India →
“We can look at it as having a more affordable product offering, but all products that still remain up to the OnePlus standard and through this enabling more people to have access to OnePlus products,” OnePlus co-founder and CEO Pete Lau said in an interview with Fast Company.
· 'Nothing to look forward to': Teen art program targets mental health →
A recent survey by UNICEF Australia found that almost half of young people report that COVID-19 has increased their stress and anxiety, with teenage girls more likely than boys to feel the loss of social connection.
· Victorian court quashes Katia Pyliotis's murder conviction after judge's 'boring' lawyer comment →
At one point while the trial lawyer Richard Edney was questioning a witness, Coghlan interjected to tell him “this is even more boring than the other parts of your cross-examination”.
· Jimmy Fallon apologises for wearing ‘terrible and offensive’ blackface on SNL →
It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big issues, share their own experiences, discuss real-world solutions, and more.
· What's on TV: Monday, June 1 →
More than a way of managing the land, the burns are a crucial tool for hunting (the best – perhaps the only – way to herd kangaroos) as well as a central aspect of culture.
· Nigerian forces accused of torture and illegal detention of children – report →
At least 10,000 victims – many of them children – have died in military detention, among the many thousands more arrested during a decade-long conflict with jihadist groups, according to Amnesty International.
· 'Many of us are fearful': South Africa to reopen places of worship →
However, Ramaphosa earlier warned his citizens that more than one-third of coronavirus cases were recorded last week.
The China Post
· With test results lost, an Afghan family fell to virus →
The country has had more than 11,000 confirmed coronavirus infections and more than 219 deaths, but the numbers are likely higher.