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77-year-old wartime diary reunited with family after being found on shop floor
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Carbon monoxide ‘could have incapacitated Sydney Seaplanes pilot’
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Gym-loving eight-year old trains five times a week and can lift the weight of a toddler
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Fog blankets Sydney
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HK government to lead Cathay bailout package
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Guards fire tear gas at prisoners in Sydney after brawl breaks out
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Pepper spray and kneeling amid Australia's BLM protests
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NSW moves to block Black Lives Matter protest
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After isolation Aussie dads learn survival skills
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Thousands march in Sydney for global Black Lives Matter movement
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Australia want to host Rugby Championship "hub"
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Australians return to zoos and art galleries
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Back to school for kids in Australia's NSW
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Back to school for kids in Australia's most populous state
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Student charged after having a "night at the museum"
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It's a 'Pub Day' like no other in Australia's outback
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Sydney pub hit with $5,500 fine after huge queue breached COVID-19 rulesHundreds of people were photographed not adhering to social distancing at a Sydney pub on Wednesday.
Jetstar CEO Gareth Evans says Sydney Airport coronavirus screening bungle won't happen againFederal health authorities are helping their state counterparts with contact tracing after a flight from Melbourne to Sydney disembarked without health screening, as NSW reports 13 new cases of..
Federal authorities helping NSW after Sydney Airport coronavirus screening bungleFederal health authorities are helping their NSW counterparts with contact tracing after a flight from Melbourne to Sydney disembarked without health screening.
Feds step in to help with Syd plane bungleFederal health authorities are helping their NSW counterparts with contact tracing after a flight from Melbourne to Sydney disembarked without health screening.
Coronavirus breach allows passengers on Melbourne flight to leave Sydney airport without screeningNSW Health are now trying to contact all passengers on the Jetstar flight that arrived in Sydney shortly before 7pm on Tuesday.
Australia warns citizens of 'arbitrary detention' risk in ChinaSYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia has warned its citizens they may be at risk of arbitrary detention in China, in an updated travel advisory. The travel advice for China on Australia's Smart Traveller..
Thousands march in peaceful Black Lives Matter rallies in Sydney, NewcastleSunday saw the latest round of Black Lives Matter protests in Australia take place.
International arrivals capped in Sydney as travellers avoid Victoria, QueenslandInternational arrivals in Sydney are being capped in a bid to ensure hotel quarantining isn't overwhelmed by travellers diverting from Victoria and Queensland.
Sydney arrivals capped as Vic, Qld avoidedInternational arrivals in Sydney are being capped in a bid to ensure hotel quarantining isn't overwhelmed by travellers diverting from Victoria and Queensland.
Eden-Monaro by-election: Sydney man charged over 'disinformation emails' targeting Labor's Kristy McBainA Sydney man has been charged with sending offensive and menacing emails about Eden-Monaro Labor candidate Kristy McBain.
Court upholds Geoffrey Rush damages payout against Australian newspaperAn Australian court today rejected a newspaper publisher’s appeal against Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush’s 2.9 million Australian dollars (US$2 million) payout for defamation. Three Federal..
Fifty employees at Sydney Woolworths in coronavirus self-quarantine; NT first case in monthsAuthorities say people who have shopped at Woolworths in the inner-Sydney suburb of Balmain should be alert to developing symptoms after a staff member tested positive to coronavirus, prompting 50..
COVID-19 case at Sydney supermarketA NSW man who tested positive to COVID-19 after completing hotel quarantine in Victoria had a low infection rate while working at a Sydney supermarket.
Geoffrey Rush: Sydney newspaper loses appeal over defamation payoutActor Geoffrey Rush will receive a record sum from an Australian newspaper, after it lost an appeal.
New barriers in Sydney's Martin Place will drive away the homeless, say charitiesThe City of Sydney has placed barriers to block vehicular access to Martin Place but homeless advocates have been left furious, saying it will stop food services from getting to some of the most..
Assange's father calls extradition process 'disgrace'Sydney, June 29 (IANS) WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's father, John Shipton, is fighting tirelessly for the release and return of his son, who is facing an extradition trial in London for publishing..
Australia sees second wave of virus after restrictions easedSydney: Australia’s second most populous state said on Monday it is considering reimposing social distancing restrictions after the country reported its biggest one-day rise in new coronavirus..
Business owners in Sydney's Chinatown say the lack of tourists is hitting them hardAs coronavirus travel bans continue, retailers in Sydney’s Chinatown precinct are battling without the 2.6 million annual visitors to its souvenir shops and restaurants. Some say the heritage..
Authorities discover tuberculosis cluster at major Sydney hospitalA Sydney hospital is working to identify people who may have been exposed to tuberculosis after a small cluster of cases was identified at the facility.
Asian markets gain after U.S. banks’ stress test resultsBEIJING — Asian stock markets followed Wall Street higher on Friday after U.S. regulators removed some limits on banks’ ability to make investments. The Nikkei 225 NIK, +0.96% in Tokyo rose 0.9%..
NSW Labor MP's home raided by AFP and ASIO amid questions about China linksNSW upper house MP Shaoquett Moselmane has been suspended from the Labor Party after AFP and ASIO raided his home in Sydney.
NSW Labor MP's Sydney home raided by AFP, ASIOThe Sydney home of a NSW Labor upper house MP has been searched by Australian Federal Police and ASIO officers.
Victorians banned from NSW footy fixtures, Sydney high school closedNSW has banned Victorian visitors from its NRL and AFL fixtures, while a school in Sydney's southwest has closed after a Year 7 student tested positive for coronavirus.
This family was given 35 days to leave Australia because one son has Down syndromeExclusive: After years living on Sydney’s northern beaches, Jason and Anita Lund were told their family was not eligible for permanent residency because one of their three children has a disability.
NSW school shuts as child tests positiveA Sydney school will close after a student tested positive for coronavirus, as the government refuses to close the border with COVID-afflicted Victoria.
Women's World Cup destined for pastures new in 2023 voteSYDNEY: The task of building on the huge success of last year's will fall to a region that has never staged it before when Colombia and a joint bid from Australia and New Zealand vie for the 2032..
Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy stabbed to death by former partner in hotel room, coroner findsEvidence supports the notion Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy tried to give her ex-partner closure on their relationship before he killed her, a coroner says.
Indigenous man hospitalised after being tasered at close range in SydneyA man has been repeatedly tasered at close range in an inner-Sydney arrest captured on camera.
Man tasered at close range in NSW arrestA man has been repeatedly tasered at close range in an inner-Sydney arrest captured on camera.
Asian shares mixed as US reports surging virus casesBANGKOK — Shares were mixed Monday in Asia as China and South Korea reported lower numbers of new coronavirus cases, while new infections in the U.S. and worldwide surged sharply. Tokyo, Hong Kong..
Robert Xie: Convicted mass murderer's appeal trial hears concerns about DNA evidenceA Sydney man behind bars for the rest of his life for murdering five relatives is appealing his convictions with his barrister challenging DNA evidence.
DNA raised at NSW mass murder appealA Sydney man behind bars for the rest of his life for murdering five relatives is appealing his convictions with his barrister challenging DNA evidence.
Australians with afro hair have been turned away from salons, but a new movement is pushing for changeA Sydney hair stylist and educator wants to see more Australian hairdressers trained in how to care for diverse hair types.
Man accused of driving into Sydney hijab shop had a history of road rage, court hearsThe May incident left 14 people injured, including a 13-year-old girl who was inside the store at the time.
Australia says borders likely to stay closed until 2021SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia is unlikely to reopen its border to international travellers until next year but will look to relax entry rules for students and other long-term visitors, Trade Minister..
Australian PM 'concerned' over China death sentence for Oz actorShares Australia's prime minister expressed concern Monday after an Australian man was sentenced to death, in a case that could further inflame tensions between Beijing and Canberra. A Chinese court..
Facebook refuses to share advertising revenue with Australian mediaSydney — Facebook on Monday rejected calls from the Australian government and news companies that it share advertising revenue with the media, suggesting it would rather cut news content from its..
Australian police arrest two after Captain Cook statue defacedAustralian police said they arrested two women after a statute of British explorer James Cook, captain of the first Western ship to reach the east coast of Australia, was defaced early on Sunday in..
Two women charged after Captain Cook statue defaced in SydneyTwo women allegedly found with spray cans have been charged after a Captain Cook statue in Sydney's CBD was defaced.
Sydney school closed as NSW and Victoria announce easing of coronavirus restrictionsAs a Sydney school is closed after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19, NSW and Victoria have announced a further easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Sydney school closed for 2 weeks over staff coronavirus case, as Victoria records 9 new casesA Sydney school has been closed and all its students have been directed to self-isolate after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19, while Victoria has recorded nine new cases, including a..
Sydney's Captain Cook statue defacedTwo women have allegedly been found with spray cans and have been arrested after a Captain Cook statue in Sydney's CBD was defaced.
Sydney school closed over COVID-19 caseA Sydney school has been closed and all its students have been directed to self-isolate after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Hundreds in Sydney and Melbourne take part in unauthorised refugee rights protestsA refugee rights group has held a rally in Sydney's CBD despite a court order ruling it a prohibited public gathering.
Refugee activists defy court to protestA refugee rights group has held a rally in Sydney's CBD despite a court order ruling it a prohibited public gathering.
Police stand ready to quash unauthorised refugee rights protests in Sydney, MelbourneNSW Police have warned they will be "out in force" to put an end to an unauthorised refugee rights protest at Sydney's Town Hall, while police in Victoria have warned that Melbourne protest organisers..
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