Welcome to the 9News.com.au live blog for Thursday, June 30, 2022. The financial year will come to a close at midnight tonight, sparking a raft of changes that will impact the wallets of millions of Australians. Woolworths has confirmed a shortage of eggs. Australia's health authority has provisionally approved a COVID-19 vaccine for children under five. The federal government will review the supply contracts for COVID-19 vaccine and oral treatments. Domenic Perre has been found guilty of the 1994 bombing of the National Crime Authority in Adelaide – and collapsed and was taken to hospital after the verdict. And Australia is facing eight days of rain.
– End of financial year: All the changes happening on July 1
– Australia upgrades travel advice to UK due to 'threat of terrorism'
– Teachers strike in Sydney, rail chaos to continue despite government backflip
– Woolworths confirms shortage of eggs in supermarkets
– Australia about to be hit with eight-day rain event
That's the end of today's 9News.com.au live blog for Thursday, June 30, 2022.
Here's what happened.
The financial year will come to a close at midnight tonight, sparking a raft of changes that will impact the wallets of millions of Australians.
Woolworths has confirmed a shortage of eggs.
Teachers went on strike in NSW, with train workers also continuing industrial action in Sydney.
Australia's health authority has provisionally approved a COVID-19 vaccine for children under five.
The federal government will review the supply contracts for COVID-19 vaccine and oral treatments.
Domenic Perre has been found guilty of the 1994 bombing of the National Crime Authority in Adelaide.
He was hospitalised following the verdict after he collapsed.
And Australia is facing eight days of rain.
We'll return early tomorrow with breaking news.
Until then visit nine.com.au and 9News.com.au.
A man in his 60s has died and another man is critically injured after a truck plunged into a creek from a Logan road.
The truck veered off a road in Mundoolun and into the body of water.
While two of the men managed to escape the truck, the other man did not survive.
Paramedics tried to revive the man but, due to his injuries, he could not be saved.
Police divers are currently surveying the creek to ensure every person is accounted for.
Police have not confirmed how many people were in the truck when it crashed.
Fire and emergency services will arrive on later today to remove the truck from the water.
New research has found one in five young Australians has experienced food insecurity in the past two years.
The Monash University study, from the Centre for Youth Policy and Education Practice, found the food crisis was more likely to affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, and young people with a disability.
Food insecurity means when people lack social, economic and physical access to food that meets their dietary needs and preferences, preventing them from leading a healthy and active life.
"Access to food is a human right," said the report's lead author, Dr Cathy Waite.
"This is not good enough. Governments and policy-makers should be prepared to assist young people in times of immense uncertainty and disruption."
The Australian Energy Market Operator chief executive officer Daniel Westerman said the crisis which led to a warning of power cuts in parts of Australia is easing.
"We've certainly seen that easing in recent weeks and we'll continue to work on it every day," Westerman said.
He has launched the operator's 2022 Integrated System Plan.
It outlines a 30-year roadmap of investments for the National Electricity Market, with the emphasis on a move to renewable energy.
A Melbourne burger shop inspired by Kanye West has been forced to undergo a thorough redesign after the rapper threatened to take legal action against it.
College Dropout Burgers, which opened in on Upper Heidelberg Road in Heidelberg in Melbourne's north-east in May 2021, is named after West's debut album and sells burgers named after West's songs.
West's album artwork is the shop's logo and a mural of West was painted inside the store.
Guy Sebastian's former manager, Titus Day has just been found guilty of embezzling the pop star's money, following a seven week trial.
The 49-year-old was accused of failing to pay Sebastian almost 900-thousand dollars in royalties and performance fees over five years.
He pleaded not guilty to 47 counts of embezzlement but the jury found Day guilty of some of the charges and not guilty on others moments ago, following a week of deliberations.
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