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Coronavirus cluster linked to Melbourne school grows as state records seven new casesCompulsory COVID-19 testing is being rolled out across parts of northeast Melbourne where more cases of coronavirus have been detected.
Police use pepper spray, arrest 16 people as scuffles erupt at Melbourne anti-lockdown rallyPolice were "extremely disappointed" after hundreds attended a "Freedom Day" protest and scuffles erupted at the Shrine of Remembrance.
Arrests at Melbourne anti-lockdown rallyPolice have arrested 16 protesters and handed out 61 fines at a tense demonstration against Melbourne's coronavirus restrictions.
Police use pepper spray, clash with protesters at Melbourne anti-lockdown rallyPolice have arrested some people and used pepper spray at a "Freedom Day" rally which has attracted 200 to 300 demonstrators in Melbourne.
Arrests at Shrine anti-lockdown rallyAn anti-lockdown protest is underway in Melbourne where police have used pepper spray amid scuffles with demonstrators.
Nasa makes 'exciting new discovery' about the moonNasa is set to announce what it describes as an "exciting new discovery" about the moon.The US governmental agency will livestream the announcement on Monday..
Netsafe Global Kids Online report: Quarter of New Zealand kids upset by online experiencesA quarter of New Zealand children were upset by an online experience in the last year while 36 per cent were exposed to violent or gory images and a fifth to..
England to host Republic of Ireland in friendly at Wembley on 12 NovemberEngland will play the Republic of Ireland in an international friendly at Wembley on 12 November after New Zealand pulled out.
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Twenty-five new cases of Covid-19 recorded in NZ todayThe Ministry of Health has today confirmed a total of 25 new cases of Covid-19 in...
Former Australia great David Pocock retires from all rugbySYDNEY – Former Australia flanker and captain David Pocock has retired from all rugby and will now concentrate on campaigning for conservation causes and work..
Oatlands driver Samuel William Davidson pleads guilty to manslaughter of childrenThe man behind the wheel of a car that crashed into a group of children in Sydney's northwest – killing four – has pleaded guilty. Samuel William Davidson,..
Man, 39, charged with murder following alleged domestic violence attack in Sydney's southPolice will allege the 39-year-old man was in a two year "on-and-off-again relationship" with the victim.
Eyeing China, Australia joins ‘quad’ drill with US, Japan, IndiaSydney: Australia will take part in a large-scale military drill off the coast of India next month that will bring together a quartet of countries concerned by..
AFP investigation of controversial Sydney airport deal probing 'fraud' and 'corruption' concernsThe investigation centres around the purchase of the Leppington Triangle land near Western Sydney Airport for the allegedly inflated value of $30 million.
'Significant breakthrough' as NSW changes COVID-19 rules to allow for bigger protestsProtesters in NSW now have the green light to gather in their hundreds following an amendment to a public health order and several legal challenges.
NSW allows protests with up to 500 peopleProtesters in NSW now have the green light to gather up to 500 people in a COVID-safe way following an amendment to the public health order.
Daniel Andrews flags hopes for a 'COVID-normal Christmas' as Victoria records just one new caseBoth Victoria and NSW are looking to ease further social distancing restrictions, with each state working hard to keep outbreaks from flaring up.
NSW set to further ease coronavirus restrictions as Victoria records one new caseVirus restrictions relating to hospitality, places of worship and outdoor gatherings are set to ease in NSW on Friday.
NSW is set to further ease coronavirus restrictions from todayVirus restrictions relating to hospitality, places of worship and outdoor gatherings are set to ease in NSW on Friday.
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