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Coronavirus: Melbourne health workers of 'Asian appearance' report racial abuse

Staff and patients at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital have reported racial abuse amid the coronavirus outbreak.
SBS - Published

Health groups are receiving $6.5 million to improve care for Australians with intellectual disabilities

Improving health care for people living with intellectual disability is the goal of a new program on which the federal government is spending $6.5 million.
SBS - Published

Racist coronavirus attacks on Vic medicos

Staff and patients at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital have been racially abused amid the coronavirus outbreak.
SBS - Published

Australians in Italy's coronavirus-hit region describe 'apocalypse-era' conditions

Schools and restaurants closed down, church services called off, dwindling groceries and road-blocks in place: this is the new reality in northern Italy as the number of coronavirus cases in the region..
SBS - Published

Harry casts aside royal label for sustainability summit

Prince Harry has made it clear to an audience in Scotland he wants to be called just "Harry", as he embarks on his final round of royal duties.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison rejects criticism over 'sports rorts' email trail

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rejected fresh attempts from the federal opposition to link him to a controversial $100 million sports grants program.
SBS - Published

'We all want to do better': Parliamentary vigil held for Hannah Clarke and children

Federal politicians have gathered to remember Hannah Clarke and her three children at a vigil at Parliament House in Canberra.
SBS - Published

Ian Thorpe campaigns against religious discrimination bill

Olympic swimming legend Ian Thorpe will campaign against the Morrison government's proposed religious discrimination laws at Parliament House.
SBS - Published

Red Cross targeted by hundreds of fraudulent applications for bushfire assistance

The Australian Red Cross has been subjected to a cyberattack, receiving hundreds of fraudulent computer-generated applications for bushfire assistance.
SBS - Published

'Call me Harry': Prince drops royal label

Prince Harry has made it clear to an audience in Scotland he wants to be called just "Harry", as he embarks on his final round of royal duties.
SBS - Published

Signs of weak GDP prior to virus outbreak

Construction figures suggest the Australian economy was slowing even prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
SBS - Published

Bushfire assistance under cyber attack

Australian Red Cross has come under cyber attack, receiving hundreds of fraudulent computer-generated applications for bushfire assistance
SBS - Published

Australian social workers' jobs at risk

The planned ending of financial aid for ensuring social workers are paid award rates across multiple sectors could put jobs and services in jeopardy.
SBS - Published

Morrison rejects fresh sports rorts link

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rejected fresh attempts from the federal opposition to link him to a controversial $100 million sports grants program.
SBS - Published

Australian students failing science: Can you answer these year 6 questions?

Half of all Australian year 10 students do not meet the benchmark for scientific literacy, while year 6 students are only just scraping by. Take the NAPLAN science quiz.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Labor and Liberal MPs fascinated with Cuba

The low turnout for Cuban ambassador Ariel Lorenzo Rodriguez's Tuesday evening bash was surprising given the strength of the mojitos on offer.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

What love kills? None at all

Some may say he cracked, wasn’t thinking straight, was mad, was beyond comprehension of and for the consequences of his killing, and therefore wasn’t responsible. But what love kills?
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Life-changing': Calls for eczema drug to be PBS listed to help with mental health

An expert says eczema is much more than just itchy skin, and mental health conditions are a recognised part of it.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

You and I may get coronavirus - and live with it: here's how to prepare for a pandemic

A leading virologist writes that we shouldn't shy from the word pandemic. He stresses that we should all prepare, but not panic.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CBD Melbourne: Rocketman farewells city ... or does he?

The Melbourne leg of Sir Elton John’s farewell tour wrapped up last weekend and already there are some excited individuals discussing his return.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

In the coronavirus fight, good leadership is essential

Governments need to ensure that planning for the virus is not just confined to logistics. It must include communicating effectively with the wider community.
The Age - Published

Target and superquiz, Thursday, February 27

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Better off protecting ourselves': Bourke Street widow Melinda Tan takes aim at police

Heartbroken families of some of the Bourke Street victims killed in James Gargasoulas' attack have lashed police for failures in the lead-up to the tragedy.
SBS - Published

How should Australians prepare for a coronavirus pandemic?

Australians are being urged to plan ahead for a possible coronavirus pandemic.
SBS - Published

A 'regional facility': Sydney mayor defends $10 million pool grant

A North Sydney pool's ability to attract school swimming carnivals from "the other side of the bridge" means it is "a regional facility", the local mayor says.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The woman who refused to be married into Australia's Spanish brides movement

When Mari Paz Moreno arrived in Australia in 1960, the government hoped she would quickly marry one its many single Spanish sugarcane workers looking for love - but she had other plans.
SBS - Published

States' pandemic playbooks reveal plan to combat COVID-19

Sporting stadiums converted into quarantine camps, police guarding medical stockpiles and schools temporarily shut down are some of the actions authorities are prepared to take if Australia succumbs to..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The AgeSydney Morning Herald

'Mardi Gras gives LGBTIQ+ people with no hope a reason to live'

Stuart Milk, the nephew of iconic gay rights campaigner Harvey Milk, is carrying on the legacy of his uncle in the US and around the world. He speaks to SBS News ahead of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi..
SBS - Published

'Maintain the rage': Bettina Arndt urges supporters to fight 'feral mobs'

The sex therapist has attacked the federal government for caving in to what she called 'feminist power' by backing a motion condemning her.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Very sorry': Government rejects double jeopardy reforms for Bowraville case

The NSW government will not support reforms that could have paved the way for a retrial of the man accused of murdering three Bowraville children.
Brisbane Times - Published

Religious 'freedom' bill will divide Australians, not unite us

A former High Court judge and Anglican argues the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill will spur intolerance against citizens, whether they are believers or follow no religion.
Brisbane Times - Published

NSW government rejects double jeopardy change in 'devastating blow' to Bowraville families

The NSW government rejected two proposals to reform double jeopardy laws to potentially facilitate a retrial over the Bowraville murders.
SBS - Published

'It would be devastating': Athletes fears over future of Olympics

Australia's Olympic team chief has told athletes to "stay calm" as a top official warns the coronavirus poses the greatest peace-time threat to the Games.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Cyber thieves target charity bushfire grants

Cyber thieves are tying up valuable resources at a major Australian charity trying to distribute bushfire funds, by using bots to generate hundreds of fraudulent claims.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

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