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Coalition invests further $50m in new vaccine campaign to sway reluctant Australians

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Another $50m will be spent trying to convince the 20% of Australians who are reluctant to get a Covid-19 vaccination. The federal government on Sunday launched a new campaign promoting an expanding network of vaccinat...

Australians urged to plan ahead for Christmas shopping amid ‘dramatically bad’ global supply chain crisis

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Australians have been warned not to leave their Christmas shopping until the last minute with the global supply chain crisis leaving retailers struggling to fill orders and keep shelves stocked. The “dramatically bad”...

Fatigued, not complacent: as lockdowns drag on, Australians find it harder to comply with Covid restrictions

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Many Australians are experiencing “behavioural fatigue” after months of lockdowns, but rising case numbers have more to do with the highly infectious Delta variant than a sudden surge in rule-bending, dicono gli esperti. Il...

Australians who live overseas now unable to leave country if they return for visit

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The Australian government has quietly expanded its ban on Australian citizens leaving the country to include people who are ordinarily residents in another country, meaning that even people who live overseas may not b...

Australians will be able to freely travel overseas when 80% of the population is vaccinated, Morrison says

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Vaccinated Australians will be able to head overseas again to visit family and friends when 80% of the adult population is fully vaccinated under a national pandemic exit plan, the prime minister says. But there’s no ...

‘Do I say anything or do I survive?': Muslim Australians share experiences of Islamophobia

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When Mona El Baba was in high school, a teacher told her she was “too stupid” to take a legal studies class and was destined to be “another Muslim housewife”. “He said, ‘if my mum were to see you she would spit on you...

Some GPs refuse to give AstraZeneca jab to young Australians eager to get Covid vaccine

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Some doctors are telling young Australians to cancel their Covid-19 vaccine bookings and warning AstraZeneca will not be given to those aged under 40 because Scott Morrison’s comments on Monday do not accord with expe...

The children’s graves at residential schools in Canada evoke the massacres of Indigenous Australians

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First Nations people across Australia are mourning with Canadian First Nations families as evidence mounts of hundreds of deaths of children at residential schools. We are standing with our Canadian First Nations brot...

Australians have lost trust in Chinese government but don’t want to be dragged into war, poll finds

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The Australian public’s trust in the Chinese government has collapsed after a year of trade sanctions while the Morrison government has received a mediocre score for its handling of the worsening relationship. The Low...

Australians who skip second AstraZeneca vaccine are ‘almost wasting’ first dose, AMA warns

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Australians who choose not to get the second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in response to updated federal health advice are “almost wasting the first dose”, the vice president of the Australian Medical Association h...

From ‘Res-er-vwah’ to ‘Lawnceston’: butchering the names of places Australians call home

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A suburb in Melbourne’s north has been giving Victoria’s top health officials some difficulty. It’s not Wollert, where the current outbreak originated, or Craigieburn, home to one of the most worrying exposure sites. ...

Smashed prices: Australians enjoy $1 avocados amid record production

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It was the summer of 2018 and Australians were sweating. In their hands: a single avocado pear, barely ripe. The price: $9. Could it possibly be worth it? And how many times had it been squeezed? per fortuna, though mu...

Six Australians charged by FBI over alleged links to underworld app An0m

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The FBI has charged six Australians over their alleged links to An0m encrypted devices, with the accused men ranging from administrators, who allegedly ran the network, to distributors, who allegedly controlled teams ...

Australians travelling overseas should be forced to have Covid vaccine, doctors say

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A controversial national cabinet decision to fast track vaccines for Australians approved to travel overseas should be strengthened to make vaccination mandatory prior to departure, the Australian Medical Association ...

Pandemic holds mirror to who Australians really are – and it’s not who we think

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If Ned Kelly was still around he’d probably be an anti-vaxxer, yet no doubt find himself in the minority. That’s the view of Monash University’s Professor Graeme Davison, one of Australia’s leading experts on the elus...

‘It’s ours, not theirs’: Australians still fighting for a refund after Covid travel cancellations

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In September 2018 retiree Sally Petty, 74, and her husband, Richard Petty, 78, gave their first deposit for two Scenic cruises for what was to be their “trip of a lifetime”, a European vacation that would take them up...

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