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“They will try to close it in 4 days”

Isabel Diaz Fix it went public to answer the Case of Koldoalthough he also did it to protect his brother, who Pedro Sánchez decided to use it as a...

Two COVID-19 deaths in South Australia as new cases fall to 1,165

Two elderly women with COVID-19 have died in South Australia, as the number of new cases has dropped again.Key points:Two people with COVID-19 have...

World’s first openly intersex mayor celebrated in Pride mural

Cr Briffa said she learned of the mural when her niece saw it while going past on the tram.“She sent me a quick photo...

COVID-19 outbreak linked to Perth aged care center grows, while cases detected at second facility

A COVID-19 outbreak linked to a Perth aged care home has grown to 17, while two residents at another aged care center also tested...

How a year 10 student from Sydney won the Harvard Law essay prize

It's been hailed by his teachers as an “incredible” achievement. Shore student Aaron Rucinski – 16 and in year 10 at the time...

‘Bad day at the office’: Perrottet acknowledges disappointing by-election results

Premier Dominic Perrottet says he takes full responsibility for the loss of the seat of Bega and the swing against the government in yesterday's...

Andrews says MP’s claims over bullying complaint were ‘fantasy without foundation’

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has labeled claims from an outgoing MP that he turned a blind eye to bullying allegations as "fantasy without foundation."Key...

Queensland records four more COVID-19 deaths and 7,311 new cases

Queensland has recorded four deaths from COVID-19, with three of those in residential aged care, and 7,311 new cases in the latest reporting period,...

NSW records 6686 new COVID cases, 22 deaths

NSW has recorded 6686 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 deaths as nurses and midwives plan to go on strike across the state this...

Where others have failed, can Gina Rinehart succeed in bringing Great Keppel ruins back to life?

On a tropical Queensland island, with the southern Great Barrier Reef at its edge, lies the remnants of a dilapidated resort that developers have...

Shark attack victim’s wife welcomes move towards banning shark fishing on popular Fremantle beaches

Shark fishing will be restricted at beaches from Fremantle to Cottesloe after local residents warned it was attracting the predators to popular swimming beaches.WARNING:...

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