The Informer: Prominent Australians received Russian sanctions and Albanese has set new agendas in the first national cabinet

Olivia Ireland
By Olivia Ireland
June 17 2022 - 7:30am
Russian President Vladimir Putin. Picture: Shutterstock

In news that no one expected to wake up to on Friday, the Russian government has sanctioned a further 121 Australian citizens including a state premier, business people, army officials and journalists.


Olivia Ireland

Olivia is a reporter for the Canberra Times. She has covered local news, arts, education and business and is beginning her rotation with Federal Politics. Olivia started as an intern in August 2021 and began her career with the Times after completing her studies in November 2021.

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