Australia will not know the result of its federal election for days as counting in tight seats continues. Most of the votes have been counted in Australia's general election but the result is still too close to call, meaning that Australians will not know who will lead the country for a number of days. So how can an election result take so long to be declared?
In a move that'll surely please early lunch eaters (and people who've woken from their hangovers too soon), McDonald's in Australia is making nuggets available for breakfast. The fast food chain is trialling an "All Day Favourites" menu from Wednesday, meaning that its Big Mac, Quarter Pounder, Cheeseburger, Chicken McNuggets and French Fries will be available before 10:30 a.m., for better or worse. SEE ALSO: IKEA's menu of the future includes bug meatballs It'll be trialled initially in stores located in the states of Victoria and Tasmania, and if it's successful there it'll be rolled out to the rest of the country. "We're always focused on giving our customers more of what they want, and making some of our customer's favourites available 24-7 is something they've been asking us to do for quite some time," according to a McDonald's spokesperson. It comes after the chain expanded its parts of its breakfast menu to become available all day in the past few years around the world.
FILE - In this Aug. 2, 2013, photo, a group of asylum seekers hold up their identity after landing in Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. For decades, Australia and the U.S. have enjoyed the coziest of relationships, collaborating on everything from military and intelligence to diplomacy and trade. Yet an irritable tweet President Donald Trump fired off about Australia and a dramatic report of an angry phone call between the nations' leaders proves that the new commander in chief has changed the playing field for even America's staunchest allies.