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Ellen Ransley


Brisbane, QLD, Australia

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Past articles by Ellen:

‘Gone missing’: PM faces brutal reception

Scott Morrison is under immense pressure to avoid another natural disaster debacle similar to the Black Summer bushfires after his government was accused of being missing in action during the devastating NSW floods. → Read More

Government continues to not pay super on paid parental leave, leaving Aussie mums worse off

Australia’s peak union bodies say the government’s decision not to pay superannuation on paid parental leave is hindering efforts to achieve gender equity and leaving Australian women behind the rest of the world. → Read More

‘God help us’: Kochie lashes flood effort

Peter Dutton is facing mounting criticism over the Defence Force’s mission in flood-ravaged parts of northern NSW, but he maintains he is “not embarrassed”. → Read More

‘Provocative’: Dutton fires back at Karl

Peter Dutton has accused Karl Stefanovic of being “provocative” as the Defence Minister defends his government’s submarine program and the AUKUS agreement. → Read More

Search for tattooed sex offender

Victorian Police say it’s “inevitable” a missing registered sex offender on the run will be caught, as they appeal for public assistance to locate the man. → Read More

Human Japanese encephalitis cases across Australia stand at ten

A woman is still fighting for life in a Brisbane hospital after contracting a rare yet deadly mosquito-borne virus, with more cases expected to be confirmed across the country. → Read More

Shane Warne worth more than $50m at time of death

Australian cricketer and larger-than-life character Shane Warne’s sudden death has sent shockwaves around the globe. → Read More

More storms forecast as 28 evacuation orders in three NSW areas issued

Thousands of NSW residents in three regions have been placed on high alert on Saturday, as the weather bureau forecasts more significant rainfall into next week. → Read More

Shane Warne dead: Australian Test Cricket Captain Pat Cummins responds ‘Rest in peace, King’

Australian Test Captain Pat Cummins has released an emotional tribute to Shane Warne following the cricket legend’s sudden death. → Read More

Scott Morrison, Marise Payne fire fresh warning to Beijing amid Russia’s Ukraine invasion

Australia has fired fresh warning shots at China, warning Beijing not to follow in Russia’s footsteps as the invasion of Ukraine enters its second week. → Read More

Quad Leaders move to protect Indo-Pacific as Russian invasion of Ukraine continues

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared the Ukraine conflict cannot ever be allowed to happen in the Indo-Pacific, following an urgent early morning meeting with his American, Japanese and Indian counterparts. → Read More

Labor’s ‘reckless’ plan to pay richest’s bills

Labor’s plan to make childcare cheaper for all families – including high income earners – would cost taxpayers an extra $63 billion over a decade if it passed the planned review, new government analysis shows. → Read More

Josh Frydenberg: Australia continues to pay interest to Russia on $8b worth of Treasury Bonds

Australia will continue to pay interest to Russia on $8 billion worth of Treasury bonds but Josh Frydenberg is adamant the he has found other ways to limit the financial gain that comes with owning a slice of our debt. → Read More

Cops caught in global child sex abuse sting

Fifty-one children have been removed from harm across Australia, with 117 men – some as young as 18 – charged with 1248 child abuse offences as the result of a two-year global sting. → Read More

Dutton pressures one man to stop Putin

Chinese President Xi Jinping is the “only one” who can stop Russia from the intense carnage unfolding across Ukraine, according to Peter Dutton. → Read More

Warning from Aussie fighting for Russia

Australians with no military training wanting to fight against Russian forces in Ukraine are being warned against becoming cannon fodder and a “liability” for the defensive. → Read More

‘Won’t be easy’: New mandate for WA students as Covid case numbers surge

Schoolchildren as young as year 3 will be made to wear face masks in Western Australia from Thursday despite mandates easing across the country. → Read More

Russian vodka to be pulled from shelves

Russian vodka will be stripped from liquor store shelves across the country after calls for boycotts from Australia’s Ukrainian community. → Read More

How you can help internet reform

Internet users will be instrumental in any potential new crackdowns on digital platforms as the country’s consumer watchdog considers what changes to put to the government. → Read More

Australia’s pledge after Putin’s nuke threat

Australia will continue to “turn the screws” on Vladimir Putin, as Europe seeks to re-arm amid escalating concerns the conflict could turn nuclear. → Read More