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Everyone who wants a COVID-19 vaccine will have it by Christmas

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Lieutenant General John Frewen said today the nation is entering the next phase of the rollout and 213,000 doses were administered yesterday, another record.

Australian suburbs with highest and lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates

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New federal government data reveals how Australia’s vaccine rollout is proceeding throughout different regions of the country.

Australian suburbs with highest and lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates

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New federal government data reveals how Australia’s vaccine rollout is proceeding throughout different regions of the country.

‘Stupid and selfish’: Man fined over WA bedsheet escape from hotel quarantine

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A man who crafted a rope out of bedsheets to escape hotel quarantine has avoided a jail term, but slapped with a $4500 fine.

One year after deadly Beirut blast, fight for justice goes on

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One year after the massive Beirut blast killed more than 214 people, the fight for justice continues.

Alan Tudge denies knowledge of ‘top 20 marginals’ list used for $660m car park fund

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The former Infrastructure Minister responsible for a $660million Commuter Car Park Fund has denied knowledge of a list of ‘top 20 marginals’ used to brief MPs about possible projects in their electorate.

Police officer dies following shooting outside the Pentagon building

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An officer was attacked on a busy bus platform outside the building, causing it to go into lock down.

Plague in chipmunks shuts down US holiday spot

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A popular US travel spot has been shut down temporarily after the bubonic plague was found in the local chipmunks.

Mistaken identity lands man in Hawaii psychiatric hospital for years

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Hawaii officials wrongly arrested a homeless man for a crime committed by someone else and locked him up in a state hospital for more than two years, the Hawaii Innocence Project has claimed.

Young SA man linked to Modbury cluster tests positive to COVID-19

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A new local COVID-19 case has been recorded in SA, a man aged in his 20s linked to the Modbury cluster, Premier Steven Marshall has confirmed.

‘I cried and cried’: Breast cancer survivor hit with vaccine diversion

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Central Coast single mum Jules Dos Santos is devastated after her upcoming Pfizer vaccination was redirected for Year 12 students in Sydney.

‘Not a white man’s disease’: Minister’s message for Indigenous Australians

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Figures released by the federal government show vaccination rates in Western Australia’s Kimberley and Pilbara regions are languishing at 8.6 percent – among the lowest in Australia and less than half the national average.

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