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Brisbanecollection.soup. 9news.com. NSW motorists are enjoying cheaper petrol prices ahead of the Australia Day long weekend getaway.
An oversupply of oil on the Asian market has flowed through to lower prices at the bowser across the state. Australia's international benchmark price – Singapore Mogas – has dropped from US$77.5 a barrel to US$70.3 a barrel, the lowest in two-and-a-half months. The NRMA says falls of up to four cents per litre should flow through to servo forecourts in the coming weeks. Sydney drivers should see bowser prices drop to about $1.32 per litre for regular unleaded petrol over the next two weeks. And in regional centres prices could also fall by up to three cents per litre.
The average price in Sydney today is $1.48 per litre for regular unleaded and falling at about two cents every day. The cheapest price in the city today is $1.28 and the highest you'll pay is $1.73. NRMA spokesman Peter Khoury said average prices in Sydney have fallen over 15 cents per litre in the last week with more falls to come. Australian Day 2020 events guide for Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and Darwin.
Updated about 3 hours agoThu 23 Jan 2020, 9:47am From cockroach races to lamington-eating competitions, pineapple throwing to fun runs — there are more Australia Day events this year than you can poke a stick at.
Check out the list below to see what's happening in your neck of the woods. Sydney Dozens of events, from smoking ceremonies to street parties and even a yacht ballet, will be held across Sydney to mark Australia Day. The celebrations will kick off just before 8:00am with a smoking ceremony and special performances by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers and singers at Barangaroo Reserve.
From 9:00am the Sydney Street Party will transform The Rocks into a day-long carnival with market stalls, music, street performers and gourmet street food. An event dubbed the Tug and Yacht Ballet will see several vessels cruise from Circular Quay just after midday, synchronised with helicopters flying above, in time with music. Perth Melbourne. Coronavirus has killed 17 people and the city of Wuhan is in lockdown. What are authorities doing to protect Australians?
Updated about 2 hours agoThu 23 Jan 2020, 10:12am Seventeen people have died of coronavirus in China, with fears the newly identified respiratory illness could spread to Australia.
Key points: Wuhan is in lockdown, with over 500 confirmed coronavirus cases globallyA flight from Wuhan arrived in Sydney on Thursday morningHealth authorities are on high alert for patients recently returned from China who are presenting to hospitals and GPs with flu-like symptoms The death toll from the virus, which causes pneumonia and spreads through human-to-human contact, is rising steeply. Cases have spread to surrounding Asian countries and to one man in the United States. And now authorities are investigating whether a man in New South Wales has contracted the virus. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, ground zero of the outbreak, is in lockdown, with all flights suspended and transport networks closed. What are authorities doing? Shortly afterwards came news of the possible coronavirus patient in NSW. Australia among 21 nations where perceived corruption has worsened. Australia is among 21 nations where perceived corruption has worsened “significantly” over the past eight years, a new report says.
Transparency International released its latest corruption perceptions index on Thursday, ranking levels of perceived corruption in governments across the world. Australia scored 77 from a possible 100, the same mark as last year. It means Australia has again failed to reverse a longer-term decline of eight points since 2012. Only 22 countries have managed to significantly improve their scores since 2012, including Greece, Estonia and Guyana. Australia is listed as being among 21 nations that have “significantly declined” in the same time period. The Transparency International Australia chief executive, Serena Lillywhite, said the “corrosive” influence of money in politics was continuing to undermine government integrity. The global report ranks Australia as the 12th least corrupt nation in the world, an improvement of one place from last year. 'No warning' as Kaufland pulls plug on Australia.