British-Australian academic freed from jail in Iran; an Adelaide high school is closed after Covid case; and a woman has been charged over the hit-and-run death of a New Zealand firefighter in the Hunter – follow updates
Incredible vision here of Kylie Moore-Gilbert being released.
My colleague Ben Doherty points out there is an Australian flag on the tail of the plane flying Moore-Gilbert out of Tehran.
NEW: Iran state TV just now shows footage of Kylie Moore-Gilbert leaving Evin prison & boarding a plane with dramatic music & lights.
She says in Farsi outside Evin, “I visited a few Arab countries & Zionist regime & Iran & Turkey.”
“Zionist regime” is Iran’s term for Israel. pic.twitter.com/AnV31vvzgY
Young people have turned to unsustainable borrowing to get by during the coronavirus crisis and risk “drowning in debt”, according to research by the Consumer Policy Research Centre.
The centre is one of 120 consumer organisations that has written to MPs urging them to block treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s bid to water down responsible lending laws.
Read the original article at The Guardian