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‘We spend too much money on elections’: Paul Murray

On tonight’s episode of Paul Murray Live, Sky News host Paul Murray discusses the Alice Springs crime wave, big money spent on the 2022 election, the cost of living crisis, and protests of Cardinal George Pell's funeral.

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‘Sickening’: Protesters to stage a ‘political campaign’ at George Pell’s funeral

NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham says he finds it “sickening” to see people attempt to stage a political campaign at Cardinal George Pell’s funeral. He said people should not say bad things about people once they pass away. “I’m going to the funeral tomorrow in large part, not out of respect for the man who has passed away, it has come much bigger than that individual George Pell,” Mr Latham told Sky News host Paul Murray. “It is now, I think, a statement about the importance of the rule of law in Australia. He died an innocent man, the High Court cleared him seven nil and you can’t get more comprehensive than that.”

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Alice Springs crisis ‘has been simmering’ for a long time

Sky News host Amanda Stoker says the crime crisis in Alice Springs “has been simmering” for a long time. “I’m angry because he (Anthony Albanese) has spent the last year talking about referendums to virtue signal about recognition of Indigenous people in the Constitution while this has been simmering for a really long time,” she told Sky News host Chris Kenny. “Then when violence breaks out and crime breaks out in the streets of Alice Springs, he takes his time meandering his way up to Alice Springs for a quick fly-in-fly-out visit. “It seems he’s been more interested in taking selfies with his dog on the couch than he has about the safety of the people who live in town.”

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Harry and Meghan only invited to ‘boring’ parties

Hilma’s Network Founder Charlotte Morlock says if Prince Harry is going to come out and write a tell-all book and tell everyone how much fun he had at celebrity parties, “you’re not going to get invited back.” Her comments come as Prince Harry and Meghan Meghan appeared to be absent at Oprah Winfrey's party. “You’re only going to get boring invites for the rest of your life and nothing that’s going to be worthy of leaking it anyway,” she told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

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Millions of Americans Will Lose Benefits When COVID National Emergency Ends in May

On May 11, President Joe Biden's administration intends to end COVID-19 national and public health emergencies. CNN reports that the decision by the White House means that many Americans will have to start paying for COVID testing and treatment.

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Weather Forecast: February 1, 2023

FOX 35 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Jayme King has the forecast.

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California Holds Out on Agreement to Cut Colorado River Water Use

'The Guardian' reports that the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation previously called on states that rely on water from the Colorado River to come up with ideas to conserve 2 million to 4 million acre-feet of water.

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Four-year-old girl dies after reported dog attack in Milton Keynes

A four-year-old girl has died after reports of a dog attack in Milton Keynes, Thames Valley Police said.

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Leaders, live streams: All the details for Cardinal George Pell’s funeral

George Cardinal Pell will be farewelled by 275 priests and 75 seminarians at a funeral mass at St Mary’s Cathedral Thursday that is expected to draw an overflow crowd numbering into the thousands.

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France: More than a million protest against pension reform

More than a million people took to the streets of Paris and some 250 other cities and towns across the country. For many, it's not a fight against just one reform, but against a vision of society they don’t adhere to. DW spoke to some of [email protected]

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NT News and Breaking Territory News Headlines Online including Latest Darwin News from Northern Territory, Australia and the World.Hayden Summers walks out of the Territory Supreme Court. A jury has returned its verdict after a five-day trial of a Darwin bouncer charged with striking