Morning mail: gas-led recovery 'overstated', Trump rages against vote, Botticelli mystery

Ok, good morning, on Monday 16 November, Imogen Dewey will send you key stories and must-read.

Highlights

A recent study says that there have been overestimated advantages to the "gas-led recovery" of the Alliance and that decreasing use is likely.

Grattan Institute analyzes caution that the good old days" have long ago gone away from low gas prices and have rendered it difficult for it to fulfill its position as a 'transition fuel.'

Even if the consumption of gas persists for decades, the study indicates that it would decline for both environmental and economic purposes – a threat to Scott Morrison and energy minister Angus Taylor's arguments, notably that the production and usage of fossil gas is necessary for the economic recovery from recession.

The Government dismissed the report, which was deemed "slim[and] too simplified," by a spokeswoman for Taylor.

Donald Trump posted that Joe Biden "won" on Sunday morning.

But that wasn't the official admission he had so far declined from the general race, only an opening up of a recycling blend of the unfounded voter manipulation.

An unnamed white house officer said "might be really good" for the tweet, but the president appeared to differ, tweeting shortly: "It was an ELECTION!

Mainstream observers and commentators accept that this has not been the case.

The confusion is fading: Tens of thousands of allies of Trump have resolutely come together in Washington DC to share their emotions, even though 160,000 additional coronaviral cases were reported by America.

In the Democrat camp, Georgia Senate candidates have claimed "runoff elections would be crucial for the future of America – but the win in the White House has done nothing to relieve party tensions and put the Left with the moderates in a collision path.

Signs of injury to certain organs are presented month after infection by young and previously healthful people with a long covide.

The latest results are a step towards addressing some of the strange and widespread conditions such as exhaustion, brain fog, respiratory and painful diseases.

Victoria reported sixteen days ago with no new local coronavirus infections, and the head of the public heath office in South Australia says importing from quarantine hotels is now the highest risk in the region, since three family members have become contaminated with a staff.

But with Scott Morrison declaring dangerous solutions to hotel quarantine, 36,500 Australians abroad are now experiencing further delays in returning their homes, while stating he would like to create innovative" alternatives in October.

International students have to wait much longer for the despair of local colleges – since the exclusive permission of Greg Hunt to skip the queue is not received for foreign investors or actors.

Australia: Australia

Present Commissioner for Children Anne Hollonds states that her national agenda would concentrate on observable performance and take her lead in the campaign Closing the Divide.

She needs cabinet-level strategy and national planning to be the same as the reaction to a pandemic.

A report conducted on Sunday by the royal commission reviewing the sector showed that aged care tenants are up to twice as much at risk to severe injury in a profited house as in a government home.

An specialist whose experience led to the dramatic prosecution of war crimes reports that the Australian Security Force would have little alternative but to drastically reform the ethos of special forces in its imminent study.

Dr. Samantha Crompvoets says that the new climate has caused others to assume the laws should not apply.

Firefighters who are expected to start fighting a major month old forest fire at Fraser Island in Queensland are poised to protect two cityships, with South Australia facing highly dangerous fire.

World World

Marina's widow, Alexander Litvinenko, lodged a petition to a €3,5 million (£5,68 million) payout against Russia.

Vladimir Putin possibly requested a public enquiry to conclude his 2006 radiation toxicity murder in London.

A war veteran and children's art instructor arressed for his resistance to the repressive tyrant Alexander Lukashenko has been imprisoned by thousands of Belarusians towards the death in police custody.

Officials of Egyptian antiquities have confirmed that they have uncovered in an extensive Pharaonic necropolis to the south of Cairo at least 100 ancient coffins, certain with inside mummies and about 40 gold-plated statues.

After the technologic company told a native of Northern Ireland who wished to see Football he did not exist in the United Kingdom, Amazon was criticized on Twitter for a mistake of "reuniting Ireland."

The Justice Minister of Northern Ireland joked that Amazon's replies to customer support had contributed to a "international incident."

The death of a special "spirit" mouse in Canada has contributed to the "outragmentation and sadness" of people of northern Ontario and has caused a First Nations citizen to offer everyone a bounty to enable the officers to seize alleged poachers.

In a gesture which increased fears of a wider conflict in the Horn of Africa, the leader of Ethiopia's Tigray region assumed responsibility for the airport rocket hits in the neighboring capital of Eritrea, Asmara.

Suggested readings

It portrays one of the most celebrated pictures in civilization, a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance.

Reports recorded that while the matter was the focus of a lengthy court proof of possession, once held by Imelda Marcos, Madonna & Child in 1485, from the Sandro Botticelli workshop, the expense was 10m.

But it was yet another change to a genuinely surprising tale.

The suspected business co-owner who awarded the artwork had no knowledge about what transpired six years later until the matter was eventually settled.

"Children, don't believe anyone who says you are just a number," writes Elizabeth Quinn, despite how living from home has made it even more difficult to escape her collapse into decrepitation.

"It's not furrows and jowls but some mysterious potential versión that you never even anticipated," she wanted to arm herself with pricey makeup items, meeting her reflection at any stage – and one day she noticed something very unusual. "It's not only pretty stuff.

The socially isolated serpentine line in the parks in Melbourne is not only the one bathroom but the hipster food truck.

"We have to wear masks, fortunately," writes Claudia Hooper, since they cover the soreness.

"We made it externally, but will the bladder fight?

Although several parks had the prospect of developing mobile toilet services, several councils did not bother to satisfy the current need.

If you have to spend more than lounging with mates listen to a disembodied robo voice suggesting 'you're going to have a limit of 10 minutes,' is this worth it or should you head on back to the pub?

Athletics

Lewis Hamilton has been given a historic victory in the 2020 Formula One World Championship and has been recognised as the greatest driver of the age.

In an almost entirely white sport, he said he hoped that his performance as a black man will encourage children everywhere.

Bret Harris writes that the wallabies have a chance in Argentina's amazing upheaval among All Blacks as they win their Cup, provided they can remove a big weakness in their playing.

Australian Andrew Moloney denied the WBA super flyweight belt and sending the boxing community into meltdown in a shocking no contest decision.

Roundup in the newspapers

Backbenchers in government advocate for tax deductible for certain households to pay children's health insurance expenses, the Age states.

The Brisbane Times notes that mobile trade between mothers and fathers has risen to record amounts.

And any major summer tennis tournament travels to Victoria, according to the Herald Sun.

Come on!

In the case of hatred for George Pell, the trial begins in Melbourne against abuses of the suppression involving numerous journalists and media organizations.

In the robodebt class action, proceedings started.

And if you read too far out...

Pigeon races are returning, and New Kim is his new queen.

Picture: Francisco Seco/AP

Another Belgian running pigeon has defeated for a historic sale amount, another Belgian running pigeon.

The two-year-old New Kim is biding for €1.6 million ($2.6 million) following a heated 30-minute final.

Kurt Van de Wouwer said that The only thing that I see is that we are in complete shock."

Males (like previous Armando record holder) normally increase prices for breeding purposes, but Chinese long distance pigeon passion tends to drive prices all over Europe.

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