Albanese meets with Quad leaders in Japan, Major delays after 12 car pile-up | 9 News Australia

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National security and climate change are expected to be at the forefront of conversation for newly appointed Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Quad leaders summit in Tokyo, Japan, today. In other news, a 12 car pile-up has caused traffic chaos on a major motorway in Queensland’s south-east, sparking delays of up to four hours for morning commuters.

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