Brekky Wrap: Mighty Ducks Star Shaun Weiss Arrested

All the news you need to know this Monday.

The final Newspoll of the year has the Coalition trailing Labor 45-55 on a two-party preferred basis. While Bill Shorten’s popularity has risen, Prime Minister Scott Morrison remains preferred leader.

READ MORE: Long Way Back For Liberals And Morrison, Polls Show

The Coalition still trails Labor. Image: AAP.

'Mighty Ducks' actor Shaun Weiss was arrested for shoplifting in November according to TMZ. The actor allegedly stole $200 ( $AUD277) worth of merchandise from second-hand store Rite Aid in Los Angeles.  The now 40-year-old who played goaltender Goldberg in the Disney film is facing petty theft charges as well as a probation violation according to TMZ. This incident comes just months after Weiss entered rehab in August this year.

Shaun Weiss. Image Getty Images.

Counterterrorism experts from around the world are gathering in Melbourne on Monday to discuss how to respond to the growing threat of violent extremism. The three-day forum comes a month after the deadly Bourke Street terror attack that killed renowned restaurateur Sisto Malaspina.

READ MORE: To Know Sisto Was To Know Melbourne And The Meaning Of Family

Owner Sisto Malaspina enjoys a lighter moment with his staff in Pellegrini's Expresso Bar in Melbourne. Image: Getty Images.

Meghan Markle's father Thomas has revealed his daughter gave out party bags of marijuana at her first weeding. Thomas told the Daily Mail that his daughter had "planned everything down to the tiniest detail" which included a very unique gift to all of her guests. The now Duchess of Sussex married American TV producer Trevor Engleson in Jamaica in 2011. The pair divorced in 2013 after two years of marriage. "It’s almost customary down there [in Jamaica]. I don’t smoke weed and to the best of my knowledge nor does Meghan," Thomas Markle said.

READ MOREMeghan Markle 'Gave Out Party Bags Of Weed' At Her First Wedding

Meghan Markle and Trevor Engleson in 2006. Image: Getty Images.

There is a fresh push for pill-testing at festivals after a teenager died at a dance party in Sydney. Three others remain in an induced coma on Monday morning after suspected drug overdoses.

READ MORE: One Dead, Three Critical, 130 Sick Following Sydney Dance Party

A teenager died at the festival at Sydney Olympic Park. Source: Facebook (HSU)

New research has revealed one-in-four breast cancers are potentially preventable. Cancer Australia has launched a new website detailing the dozens of risk factors which could contribute to breast cancer.

READ MORE: Victorian Researchers Behind Breakthrough Breast Cancer Drugs

Some breast cancers could be preventable. Image: Getty Images

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has faced some online backlash after recommending Myanmar as a 'beautiful' tourist destination. Dorsey tweeted photos of a recent trip to the nation saying the people were "full of joy". Twitter users, however, were quick to notice Dorsey's lack of acknowledgement of the human rights abuses of the Muslim Rohingya minority, with some calling his comments "disgraceful" and "clueless".

READ MORE: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Faces Backlash Over 'Disgraceful' Myanmar Tweets

Two class actions have been launched in the High Court on behalf of asylum seekers in Australia’s offshore detention centres. The suits cover 1,200 refugees on Manus Island and Nauru.

READ MORE: 'Urgent' Push To Evacuate Sick Refugees From Manus, Nauru

A major clean-up is underway in Paris after a fourth consecutive weekend of violent, anti-government protests. 125 people were injured in clashes with police and a further 1,200 were arrested.

READ MORE: Teargas And Water Cannons: France's 'Yellow Vests' Clash With Police

Violent protests in France entered their fourth weekend. Image: Getty Images.

Australia are four wickets for 104 runs heading into the fifth and final day of the first test against India at Adelaide Oval. Australia are chasing 219 runs for a win.

READ MORE: Aussies Throwing It Away In Adelaide

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