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Two new coronavirus cases found in Southbank townhouse cluster

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Victoria has recorded two new coronavirus cases linked to a Southbank residential complex. 

The main issue behind majority of 3000 unruly flight reports

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US authorities have received more than 3,000 reports of unruly airplane passengers this year.

Inside Australia’s used car ‘COVID tax’

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Flushed with cash and nostalgic for classic motoring, Australians have sent the price of used cars to near unthinkable levels.

Australia strikes free trade deal with UK

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A free trade deal between Australia and the United Kingdom has been struck during a leaders’ meeting in London, after months of furious negotiations.

Lottery winners about to lose millions because of unclaimed prizes

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Some lucky lottery winners are about to become very unlucky if they don’t come forward to claim their prizes soon.

Maddie suspect blasts ‘scandal’ in prison letter

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The German pedophile sensationally declared a prime suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann case has broken his silence in a letter from prison, declaring the investigation an “unbelievable scandal”.

Widow found guilty of murdering farmer

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A jury has found Natasha Darcy guilty of murdering Mathew Dunbar by sedating him with a cocktail of drugs blended in a NutriBullet before she gassed him.

Australia Swamped By People Wanting To Be Tortured On Small Island For Three Years, After Government Blinks

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Thousands of asylum seekers have packed up their things and are headed for Australia after the Government announced it would

Australia’s ‘ticking economic time bomb’ revealed

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Soaring house prices and rock-bottom interest rates could rock the financial future of younger Australians.

Where’s the Cable Car Business Plan?

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Media release – Residents Opposed to the Cable Car (ROCC), 14 June 2021 Where’s the Cable Car Business Plan? Residents Opposed to the Cable Car (ROCC) today called on the proponent of the cable car and its associated tourism development to release a business plan that demonstrates commercial viability and that public subsidies of any […]

Car completely swallowed by sinkhole in a matter of seconds

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One moment, your car is safely parked only a few metres from your building.

Secret Romance

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Jed Stuart is a freelance cartoonist contributing to mostly fringe publications in northern NSW and Tasmania.

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