Brekky Wrap: Five Dead In Perth And Serena Williams Fined
All the news you need to know this Monday morning.
Investigations are continuing after five people were found dead in a Perth home. A man in his 20s is currently in custody after turning himself into police, but no charges have been laid. The relationship between the man and the five people -- believed to be two woman and three children -- is unknown.
Scott Morrison is facing his first question time as Prime Minister, when parliament resumes. The coalition will no longer have a majority in the lower house with Malcolm Turnbull out and Nationals MP Keith Hogan promising to move to the cross bench. Peter Dutton will also be facing pressure on his eligibility to sit in parliament and on the ongoing au pair visa saga.
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The NSW Liberals have lost the seat of Wagga Wagga for the first time in more than 60 years. Independent Joe McGirr emerged as the favourite. Premiere Gladys Berejiklian took responsibility for the loss even as she called it "the perfect storm", which Labor leader Luke Foley said was "a bit rich".
The daughter of Lyn Dawson has spoken publicly about her mother's disappearance for the first time. Shanelle, whose family trauma has been played out in hit podcast The Teacher's Pet, told 60 Minutes that she feels abandoned by her mum, and conflicted by her dad Chris Dawson. "There's still a part of me that really loves my dad, and feels protective of him," she said.
GoFundMe have promised a homeless vet will get his more than $US400,000 after the money raised for him was spent elsewhere. The site issued a statement promising that John Bobbitt Jr will get "the balance of funds that he has not received or benefited from."
New footage has emerged of the Nicki Minaj /Cardi B altercation at New York Fashion Week, during which a shoe was thrown. A woman's voice can be heard shouting "Are you crazy?" while Cardi, wearing a floor-length red gown, runs towards Nicki's entourage.
Serena Williams has been fined $US 17,000 ($AU 23,937) for three violations during the contentious US Open final. Naomi Osaka won the match 6-2 6-4. The match has divided the tennis world, with tennis great Billie Jean King calling out the double standards for male and female players, and Andy Roddick calling for "continuity" in the future.
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