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Perthdreams.soup. Get to know the Hyundai A-League contingent in the Australia U-23 squad. Australia's U-23 squad are on the verge of a major achievement when they head into Thursday morning's (AEDT) AFC U-23 Championship semi-final against Korea Republic.
If Graham Arnold's squad can emerge with a victory over Korea, they will not only advance to the tournament's final for the first time in our history but also punch their ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. This squad, which features 13 players that ply their trade for Hyundai A-League clubs, have meshed together wonderfully under Arnold and his staff and have done a superb job to sit on the cusp of history. Ahead of Thursday's massive clash against Korea Republic, we take a closer look at every Hyundai A-League member of the green and gold squad that have performed so brilliantly in Thailand. MORE: ‘Bring the energy!’ : Deng reveals key to Australia’s success against KoreaWATCH: Live Stream - Australia U-23 v Korea Republic U-23 Keanu Baccus Club: Western Sydney Wanderers Follow Keanu on Instagram Trent Buhagiar Club: Sydney FC.
SA News: Fresh calls to cancel Australia fireworks out of respect. Calls to cancel an Australia Day fireworks display in Adelaide out of respect for South Australian bushfire victims have intensified.
A heated debate is expected to take place on the issue among councillors during this week's council meeting scheduled for Thursday. Adelaide City Councillor Anne Moran is tipped to clash on the matter with the Deputy Lord Mayor Arman Abrahimzahdeh, both of whom sit on the board of the Australia Day Council. The council also recently confirmed it would be pushing ahead with its traditional fireworks display at Elder Park this Sunday night.
The decision came as several organisers in other states, including Victoria and Canberra, cancelled their firework displays in the wake of the devastating bushfire crisis. Despite the event being just days away, Councillor Moran say's it's not too late to cancel. Coronavirus Precautions Ramped Up in Australia. A number of Australians have been tested for the deadly coronavirus which has led to four deaths to date from more than 200 cases in China.
But there have been no confirmed cases of the virus in Australia as authorities ramp up precautions. A Brisbane man being tested for the virus was released from isolation on Tuesday. He shows no ongoing symptoms and test results are expected in coming days, Queensland Health said. Biosecurity measures have been ramped up for flights into the country from China, and the city of Wuhan in particular. The sprawling capital of central China’s Hubei province is the epicentre of the coronavirus, which is said to have started in animals before spreading to humans. The man who was placed in isolation at his home flew into Brisbane earlier in January after visiting family in Wuhan, where the virus broke out in December. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australians should be alert but not alarmed by the “evolving situation”.
Scott Morrison's senior ministers discuss how to reposition climate policies. Scott Morrison’s senior ministers discussed how best to reposition the government’s climate change policies in a cabinet meeting on Monday.
After Morrison claimed that there were no members of his frontbench wanting stronger action on climate change policy, sources have told Guardian Australia that ministers discussed the issue at length in the cabinet meeting that followed in Canberra that day. Some cabinet ministers are understood to have expressed the view that there is a need for the government to step up action in a way that is both “genuine and believable” in the year ahead.
However, no one argued for any substantial policy change that strayed from the Coalition’s election commitments, with senior members of the Coalition unified around the government’s emissions reduction targets of 26% to 28% of 2005 levels by 2030. He also flagged the possibility of new national standards that would report on how states were tracking on hazard reduction performance. Scientists hate to say 'I told you so'. But Australia, you were warned. Those who say “I told you so” are rarely welcomed, yet I am going to say it here.
Australian scientists warned the country could face a climate change-driven bushfire crisis by 2020. It arrived on schedule. For several decades, the world’s scientific community has periodically assessed climate science, including the risks of a rapidly changing climate. Australian scientists have made, and continue to make, significant contributions to this global effort. I am an Earth System scientist, and for 30 years have studied how humans are changing the way our planet functions. Read more: Conservation scientists are grieving after the bushfires -- but we must not give up Scientists have, clearly and respectfully, warned about the risks to Australia of a rapidly heating climate - more extreme heat, changes to rainfall patterns, rising seas, increased coastal flooding and more dangerous bushfire conditions. The more we learn, the worse it gets How serious might future risks actually be?