Breaking News Shares up, Metro Glass gains on 1H results 2017-11-20T05:26:19.346000000+00:00 New Zealand shares rose on Monday, led by Kathmandu Holdings ahead of its annual meeting while Metro Performance Glass gained on its first-half earnings. Plan to halve Australia’s $20b food waste 2017-11-20T05:26:19.343000000+00:00 Australia wastes $20 billion worth of food each year and there are plans to reduce the scraps by half in coming decades. Cricket the first sport at new WA stadium 2017-11-20T05:15:14.176000000+00:00 A one-day international cricket match between Australia and England will be the first official sporting event held at the new stadium in Perth. China’s 3-stage plan for Rohingya crisis 2017-11-20T05:15:14.174000000+00:00 China has proposed a three-phase plan for resolving the Rohingya crisis, starting with a ceasefire in Myanmar's Rakhine State so that refugees can return from Bangladesh, China's Foreign Ministry says. Boy alone near day care pool, inquest told 2017-11-20T04:53:11.922000000+00:00 A toddler who drowned at a Perth day care centre had been left alone outside for seven minutes while the centre's operator settled a baby in the lounge room, an inquest has heard. Melbourne birthday gunman held in custody 2017-11-20T04:53:11.916000000+00:00 A man accused of shooting two young revellers during a birthday celebration in Melbourne has briefly appeared in court. Blonde woman near Finn car, inquest hears 2017-11-20T04:53:11.910000000+00:00 A husband and wife have told the inquest into the death of Perth brothel madam Shirley Finn they saw a blonde-haired woman walking towards her distinctive car on the night she was murdered. High Court orders NSW Senate recount 2017-11-20T04:53:11.906000000+00:00 Retired major general and NSW Liberals candidate Jim Molan is expected to be elected to the Senate on Wednesday when a special count is conducted by the electoral commission. Keith Urban scores AMA hat-trick 2017-11-20T04:53:11.902000000+00:00 Keith Urban won so many American Music Awards his wife Nicole Kidman was called on to help him carry them. Turnbull ‘cannot hide’ from bank inquiry 2017-11-20T04:53:11.893000000+00:00 Bill Shorten insists Malcolm Turnbull can no longer avoid an inquiry into the banks, as a government backbencher predicts lower house MPs will cross the floor to establish one.