Melbourne couple’s road trip sparks Covid fears as Victorian health authorities hold emergency meeting with their Queensland and NSW counterparts. Follow live updates
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A second death ‘likely linked’ to AstraZeneca vaccine blood clots has been recorded, but experts say benefits still outweigh risks of extremely rare condition; plus one man has died and thousands of homes around Victo...
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The .cc internet domain for the Cocos (Keeling) Islands should be claimed by the Australian government to stop it being abused by scammers and people hosting child abuse websites, Australian National University resear...
Australia news live: renewed calls for Biloela family to be resettled, Melbourne enters 12th day of lockdown
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Advocates plea for a family detained on Christmas Island to come to Australia after the youngest daughter medically evacuated to Perth
Australia coronavirus live news: Melbourne enters 11th day of lockdown amid anger over botched vaccination rollout
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Victorian authorities confident lockdown can be lifted on Thursday as state recorded four new cases on Sunday, including a nursing home resident. Follow latest updates
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Ten minste 10 US states have siphoned millions of dollars from federal block grants, meant to provide aid to their neediest families, to pay for the operations of ideological anti-abortion clinics. These overwhelmingly ...
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Prime minister Scott Morrison to meet with premiers on Friday to discuss Covid response
Australia coronavirus live update: Josh Frydenberg considers Victoria Covid lockdown support as more NSW exposure sites added
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Talks continue between the state and federal government on financial assistance as Melbourne faces second week in lockdown. Follow live updates
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Just two weeks ago, Australians were living in a Covid-19-free environment that was unthinkable this time last year. Even in Melbourne, people were once again meeting family and friends at cafes, pubs and cinemas. Foo...