ASX: The it set to reverse weeks of losses after a solid session on Wall Street overnight.
Big tech stocks helped and rise around one per cent for the week.
Wall St: US markets were after Congress was able to reach a truce in the debt-ceiling stand-off.
This helped relieve concerns of the US government potentially defaulting on its debts this month.
BTC: is down around 2 per cent but still ending the week well and truly in the green. Bitcoin is currently worth .
Climate fraud: Thinktank, The Australia Institute, is set to in a new campaign.
“While the Prime Minister is poised to announce a net zero by 2050 target, we can see from this government's actions that it has little intention of meeting such a target, let alone beating it," the institute's climate and energy program director Richie Merzian said.
"Without putting an end to new gas exploration and new coal mines and a transition plan to power our nation with renewable energy, any purported net zero by 2050 target is a fraud."
Stick to the plan: That is what the Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been to do as the nation hits another vaccination target.
All states and territories have now fully vaccinated more than 50 per cent of over-16s, with NSW being the first jurisdiction to reach the 70 per cent double-dose threshold.
Morrison said he wants to see the country sticking to the national reopening plan.
$300 million: The Government will hand out a to help prop up the tourism industry which has been heavily impacted by lockdowns.
Sports facilities, art trails and garden extensions across regional Australia are set to get a face-lift under the latest $300 million round of a federal government program.
City vs country: Is it better to buy an investment property in a capital city or regional Australia? Here’s a breakdown of .
Slain long-distance Olympic runner Agnes Tirop, a rising star in Kenya's highly competitive athletics scene, was buried on Saturday at a funeral attended by over 1,000 mourners. Tirop was found stabbed to death in her home in the Rift Valley town of Iten on Oct. 13, in an incident that has shone the spotlight on violence against women https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/two-deaths-shine-spotlight-violence-against-women-kenya-2021-10-15 in Kenya. A picture of Tirop, grinning and holding up a bronze medal, was placed on top of the coffin.
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Mason Mount’s wishes were granted by Norwich as Chelsea ruthlessly exposed the gulf between top and bottom with their biggest win under Thomas Tuchel. The England international admitted this week that he was long overdue a goal after failing to find the back of the net all season. A 7-0 scoreline could have been so much worse for Norwich, who contributed to their own downfall with such an insipid display against the European champions.
Germany and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Nadiem Amiri has said he is helping refugees from Afghanistan.Amiri, 25, was born in Germany but is of Afghan descent and has a cousin in country's national team.
The road to T20 World Cup glory starts here for the two teams that fought out a thrilling final in the previous edition of the tournament way back in 2016. West Indies triumphed on that occasions and are looking to become the first nation to win the competition for a third time as a team boasting legends of the format such as Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and Andre Russell seek to defend their title. Eoin Morgan’s team, ranked no1 in the world, may be missing the likes of Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes, and may not be brilliantly suited by conditions in the UAE either, but they still come into the Super 12 stage among the favourites to kick on and reach the final.
New Zealand reported 104 new coronavirus infections on Saturday, including the first community case of the virus in the country's South Island in nearly a year, health officials said.Most of the new infections were reported in Auckland, New Zealand's largest city that has been under a strict lockdown for more than two months. Looser restrictions are in place in most of the rest of the country of 5 million.The risks of a further spread from the case reported in Blenheim, in the north east of the South Island, remained low, health officials said.On Friday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that New Zealand will end its strict lockdown measures and restore more freedoms only when 90% of its eligible population is fully vaccinated. As of Saturday, 70% of those eligible were fully inoculated.Once the poster child for stamping out COVID-19, New Zealand has been unable to beat an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta variant of COVID-19 centred in Auckland, forcing Ardern to abandon her elimination strategy and switch to living with the virus. New Zealand has recorded 28 coronavirus-related deaths so far in the pandemic.
Mason Mount notched a hat-trick as Chelsea put lowly Norwich to the sword 7-0 in a hoplessly one-sided top vs bottom mismatch at Stamford Bridge. Ben Chilwell also continued his fine recent scoring run on Saturday, with Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James on target and Max Aarons netting an unfortunate own goal in an emphatic demolition. The huge win takes Chelsea four points clear at the top of the Premier League before the rest of the weekend’s fixtures, with Liverpool facing Manchester United tomorrow and Manchester City battling Brighton later on.
Thousands of supporters of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing government have marched in Budapest on Saturday in a demonstration of unity behind the populist leader’s contentious policies