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Former Victorian Liberal Party President Michael Kroger claims the ABC ratings have gone down "successively" due to the network's lack of impartiality. “No one who watches politics seriously thinks of the ABC as anything like impartial or independent,” Mr Kroger told Sky News host Paul Murray. “The bottom line is the ABC is not impartial, everybody knows that. That’s one of the reasons their ratings have gone down successively.”

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Former Victorian Liberal Party President Michael Kroger has hit out at ABC managing director David Anderson after he appeared before a Senate committee following controversial comments made by high-profile journalist Laura Tingle. Mr Kroger labelled the ABC boss a “cork in the ocean”. “David Anderson just proved once again in the senate today he's not up to the job of being managing director,” Mr Kroger told Sky News host Paul Murray.

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ATA consulting Peter Kerr has discussed whether nuclear power should be part of Australians future energy mix in the move to net zero. “In Australia, I don’t see it financially stacking up given the advantages we have around renewable energy and gas,” Mr Kerr told Sky News host Caroline Di Russo. “And we’ve not got a big market. “I think the challenge is it’s a little bit of a distraction in Australia, it will take at least 20 years from the start to get something up so. “So look I don’t disagree with the premise I guess, what’s the harm in at least planning for maybe plan C, if you need it in 2050, well let's at least start now having those conversations.”

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ATA Consulting's Peter Kerr has weighed in on why one of the largest energy companies has quietly shelved its plans for an offshore wind farm. Shell has quietly shelved plans for an offshore wind project in Victoria. The move is a massive blow to the state's target of generating 20 per cent of its energy from offshore wind by 2032. “I think there are two reasons, although Shell is one of the biggest energy companies in the world, they're not the leading offshore wind place,” Mr Kerr told Sky News host Caroline Di Russo. “So, they were probably beaten to the punch by some of the more experienced types. “The second one is that their CEO has recently made a big play about winding back some of Shell's renewable energy ambitions. “So, I suspect this project was marginal for them and became … for requirements.”

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Sky News Washington Correspondent Annelise Nielsen joins Sharri Markson to discuss the latest on Donald Trump’s hush money trial as jurors continue to deliberate. The jury yesterday during their first day of deliberation asked to re-hear some testimony from Cohen and former National Enquirer publisher David Pecker. “This is the really interesting bit because this is all we really have access to gain idea of what the jury is thinking while they are deliberating,” Ms Nielsen said. “Remember in this case like any criminal case just one juror going against the rest of the group is enough to have a hung jury and then it's all over unless the prosecution and courts decide they want to do it again.”

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ABC Managing Director David Anderson has conceded Laura Tingle made an “error” when she labelled Australia a “racist” country. Mr Anderson fronted Senate Estimates on Thursday following uproar over Ms Tingle’s comments. “I'm not embarrassed by it. I wish it hadn't happened, to be honest with you, Senator," he said. “I think what Mr Stevens' note sets out – it does a number of things. One is that he is stating quite clearly that that error by Miss Tingle – that she regrets – is not something that we expect to see from our journalists.”

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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has decided to “throw the kitchen sink” at the upcoming election after polls revealed he was trailing the Labour Party, says GB News host Patrick Christys. “He has gone for national service which would mean that anyone who is 18-years-old would have to serve in our military or do community work like delivering prescriptions to the elderly one weekend every single month,” Mr Christys told Sky News host James Macpherson. “This has gone down quite well with older voters, less so as you would imagine, with younger voters. “And there is a lack of clarity; would this, for example, mean that half of the England football team would have to actually take a year out to do national service? “We await clarity on that.”

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Former US president Donald Trump’s New York trial is turning moderates toward his side as they see it as a “travesty of justice”, Sky News contributor Kosha Gada says. “It also seems to be making a lot of people who are moderates … see this as a travesty of justice, and for that reason are supporting him,” she said. “It is a high-stakes manoeuvre.”

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Morningstar’s Equity Analyst-Mining Jon Mills says the timing of BHP’s takeover attempt of Anglo American “wasn’t the best” given the “political situation in South Africa”. BHP has walked away from its $74 billion takeover bid of South African mining giant Anglo American. This takeover came in the middle of a South African election campaign. “BHP was pretty clear … they were trying to minimise their exposure to South Africa,” Mr Mills told Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood. “Then they realised maybe that was a bad thing to actually admit. “Probably wasn’t the best time to make an offer for Anglo given the political situation in South Africa.”

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Morningstar’s Equity Analyst-Mining Jon Mills says BHP’s attempted acquisition of Anglo American got “too expensive”. BHP has walked away from its $74 billion takeover bid of Anglo American. “I think, just got too expensive for them,” Mr Mills told Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood. “It’s good to see actually.”

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Sky News Business Editor says the ASX 200 – “under the weight of market expectation” the next move in interest rates “will be up – fell at the outset on Thursday and closed down 0.49 per cent. Best performing stocks included radiology imaging software company Pro Medicus, which rose 3.61 per cent, and KFC and Taco Bell master franchise company Collins Food, which closed up 3.31 per cent. Worst performing stocks included gold miner Genesis Minerals, which was down 5.76 per cent, and gold explorer Regis Resources, which fell 6.51 per cent.

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Australian Registered Cattle Breeders Association Executive Director Chris Todd discusses China’s lifting its ban on most of Australia’s beef exporters. “We export 70 per cent of what it produces, and it’s great they have lifted those bans,” Mr Todd told Sky News Australia. “It’s just a positive, it just gives us another outlet for our quality meat.”

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China has lifted bans on beef exports from five more Australian meatworks which could generate sales of up to $1 billion a year. Last December, China lifted suspensions on three abattoirs, which Agriculture Minister Murray Watt said had an immediate effect. The bans will lift on Kilcoy Pastoral, Meramist at Caboolture, the JBS-owned Beef City Operations and Northern Cooperative at Casino. Two other meatworks remain affected.

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Sky News Chief Election Analyst Tom Connell has warned politicians the “microphone is always hot” after Acting Speaker and LNP MP Scott Buchholz was overheard swearing to himself twice in Parliament on Thursday. As the government business order of the day was being read out, Mr Buchholz could be heard saying “F**k me” to himself while sorting through papers on his desk before he repeated the word a second time while shaking his head. “In this job, the saying is the microphone is always hot,” Mr Connell said. “A couple of MPs quite not catching on with that today.”

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Shadow Energy Minister Ted O’Brien discusses the Coalition’s plan to develop nuclear energy if elected. “Right now, under the Albanese government, we are looking at 90 per cent of our 24/7 baseload power exiting the grid over the next ten years,” Mr O'Brien told Sky New Australia. “If you look at mainland Australia, there is only one form of clean energy that provides 24/7 baseload power, and that is zero-emission Nuclear energy.”

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BHP has walked away from a $74 billion attempt to take over South African-based mining company Anglo American. The talks were called off in the early hours of Wednesday night. “It’s going to be fascinating to see what BHP does next – BHP wanted Anglo American for its copper assets because copper is such an important asset when it comes to the energy transition,” says Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood.

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US President Joe Biden has been called out online for again "rambling incoherently" during a recent appearance at a campaign event in Philadelphia. "My dad moved us back down to where he had been raised in Wilmington, Del— he was raised in Baltimore, then Wilmington, his father moved to Wilmington. Then we moved down ... some of you know Claymont. It's about a good long driver from here," President Biden said on Wednesday. X user account 'RNC Research' claimed Biden's handlers were even forced to "crank the music" following his remarks in order to drown out reporters' questions. The 81-year-old also was called out for using a number that was not real, when describing the wreckage of the “$60 zillion” Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. He even went as far to claim he had visited the site the next day following the collapse, however he didn’t visit the site until more than a week after.

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Nationals Senate Leader Bridget McKenzie discusses China lifting its ban on most of Australia’s beef exporters. “It is passing strange that the minister is championing the opening up the, I think it’s five out of seven remaining bans on processors,” Ms McKenzie told Sky News Australia. “Whilst flying from beef week in Rockhampton into Perth, a couple of weeks ago, to shut down the sheep industry in.”

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Sky News host Caleb Bond says the market “has really softened” for electric vehicles. “People are not buying them in the same numbers that they were,” Mr Bond said. “They have worked out that it is all a bit of a sham.”

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A trans woman has claimed biological men can produce milk, reveals Sky News host Rita Panahi. ‘There you go, just add more hormones and you’ll be lactating like a natural born woman in no time,’ she said.

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