Your morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond.
Michael Koziol Quid-pro-quo arrangement to take Central American refugees won't start until transfers begin from Manus Island and Nauru.
Fergus Hunter One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has come out against the government's current $4 billion omnibus savings bill, pointing to paid parental leave measures that she says risk abuse by parents who will have children purely to get the payments.
Michael Koziol, political reporter "If cane doesn't do well, the town doesn't do well. There's no rocket science in that," says sugarcane grower Paula Langdon.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Coalition frontbenchers have refused to join Immigration Minister Peter Dutton in linking the contentious US refugee deal with Australia's decision to accept refugees from Central America.
Michael Inman, Markus Mannheim Defence withdraws job ads after complaints that Breitbart News is racist and misogynist.
Peter Martin Private-sector wage growth has slid to record low of just 1.8 per cent, throwing into doubt budget projections and confounding the Reserve Bank, which would prefer not to have to cut interest rates again and run the risk of reigniting house prices.
Latika Bourke UK laws which require low-income Britons to earn a set minimum income before they can obtain visas for some foreign spouses, including Australians, have been upheld in the country's highest court
Georgina Mitchell Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "torpedoing" plans for recognising a Palestinian state, causing "enduring frustration" for diplomats.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen says Labor will not take a "Buffett rule" that cracks down on wealthy tax avoiders to the next election.