PM heads to church, football after ‘miracle’ election//Lidia Kelly, Barrett/REUTERSAustralian PM heads to church, football after ‘miracle’ election//Lidia Kelly, Barrett/REUTERS
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison thanked his fellow Pentecostal churchgoers on Sunday after a miraculous election victory that defied years of unfavourable opinion polls and bruised a Labor opposition that had been widely expected to win.
New Zealand police probing the online presence of the Australian white supremacist charged with killing 50 in a terror attack on mosques are being met with resistance from some websites.
Investigators have been looking into 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant’s involvement in far-right chat boards and other internet activity since the attack in Christchurch on Friday.
In one email exchange New Zealand police requested an American-based website preserve the emails and IP addresses linked to a number of posts about the attack, but were met with an expletive-filled reply.