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What is the ‘dangerous misinformation’ that is stopping Melburnians getting tested for COVID-19?

As Victoria faces a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, authorities have sounded the alarm that “dangerous misinformation” is stopping people from…

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Hong Kong man who drove motorbike into police becomes first person charged under new security law

A man accused of deliberately driving his motorbike into a group of police officers became the first person in Hong…

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Sharks in tug of war for prop

Matt Moylan takes down Manly. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images) CRONULLA coach John Morris wants to hang on to rising…

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‘Making history’: Indigenous leaders hail establishment of new Closing the Gap targets

Indigenous leaders and governments have agreed on 16 new targets to improve the health, education and job prospects of Aboriginal…

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Queensland to host six AFL teams as all Victorian clubs leave coronavirus-hit state

All 10 Victorian-based AFL sides will leave the state later this week to enter hubs in either Western Australia, Queensland…

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‘The future is now’: why Chinese influence in the Indo-Pacific is pushing Australia to boost its military

Australia’s defence strategy and capabilities are expanding significantly, with a renewed focus on the Indo-Pacific and plans to modernise the military…

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Victoria records another 66 coronavirus cases, announces mental health funding focused on hotspots

Victoria has recorded another 66 cases of coronavirus, marking the 17th day of double-digit case numbers in the state. The…

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Melbourne records first case transmitted between students

Victorian chief health officer Brett Sutton confirms 77 new virus cases across the state on Thursday. Image/Ian Currie Melbourne recorded…

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Can free courses fix damage done to Australia’s reputation among international students?

If it wasn’t for a free online course with an Australian university, Brazilian woman Anahy Wilde Dos Santos might never…

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Black Lives Matter advocates will again fight police in court for protest rights in NSW

An indigenous advocacy group is calling out “systematic oppression” saying their planned Black Lives Matter protest will go ahead in…

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