Brekky Wrap: Aussie Mum Puts Child Up For 'Sale' On Gumtree For $50

All the news you need to know this Monday

Investigators will return to the site of a fatal plane crash in South Australia which claimed the lives of two Queenslanders. Stud farmer Peter Gesler, 59, and mother of five, Rachel Whitford, 48, were killed when their Brumby 610 aircraft crashed north of Leigh Creek on Saturday evening. Poor light is being considered as a factor.

READ MORE: Plane Crash In Outback South Australia Claims Two Lives

The search has resumed for a man who was swept off rocks and into a sea cave while fishing on the NSW Central Coast. The rock fisherman, 62, was with a friend when he got into trouble at Snapper Point just after 10.30am yesterday. It’s understood he was wearing a lifejacket.

READ MORE: Search For Missing Fisherman Lost In Treacherous Seas Suspended

A protestor is due in court after climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and blocking traffic to protest against the government of Iran and send a message to the U.S. The man, 33, is facing two years jail time and a fine of more than $20,000 for yesterday’s stunt.

The Queensland government is calling for action after six deaths on coal mines and quarries within 12 months. A 27-year-old was fatally injured at a mine in central Queensland yesterday, hours later a 57-year-old man was seriously injured in a separate incident at a different mine. Mines Minister Anthony Lynham says the ‘distressing’ situation is unacceptable and requires immediate action.

READ MORE: Miner Dies In Queensland Work Accident

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A Darwin parent has allegedly put their child up or 'sale' on Gumtree for $50. A post was listed on Saturday night featuring a photo of a young boy and a pick-up address, neither of which have been confirmed.  "Kid for sale fitty bucks," the listing read. "Can deliver/drop off. Or pick up. Gender male. Identifies as a three-meter flatty (fish)." A former Darwin resident stumbled across the post. “You find all sorts of quirky things but I wasn’t expecting to find a boy for sale,” she told the NT News. Gumtree has since issued a statement to 10daily explaining that the company "does not tolerate these types of adverts," and that there are a variety of measures in place to ensure similar advertisement do not make it on to the platform. "Our community support team are always available to answer questions and take down any listings reported that are unlawful,” it read.

Photo: NT News/ Gumtree

The aged care royal commission moves to Darwin today with quality of care and quality of life to be plunged into the spotlight. Representatives of Aboriginal health services are expected to be the first witnesses called. The inquiry will head to Cairns next week.

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Tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators have taken to the streets of Hong Kong to protest against a controversial extradition bill. While the march started off peaceful, it descended into chaos just before 11pm when police in riot gear began to advance toward the crowd. It was the first demonstration since the storming of parliament on July 1.

READ MORE: Renewed Hong Kong Protests Turn Violent As Demonstrators Try To Smash Into Legislature

Australians could be responsible for up to 17 percent of the world's carbon emissions by 2030. According to a new report by Berlin-based science and policy institute, Climate Analytics planned coal and gas expansions could push Australia’s share of emissions higher. Currently, the nation's global climate pollution footprint is about 5 per cent.

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In sport, Ellyse Perry has taken a record-breaking seven wickets in the women’s Ashes series, guiding Australia to a 196-run win over England. The Aussies will retain the Ashes with a draw or win in the Test match in Taunton beginning on July 18.

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And the US has been crowned Women’s World Cup champions after a 2-0 win over the Netherlands.

READ MORE: USA Claim Women's World Cup Championship In Soccer

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