Melbourne: Protesters against lockdown, police clashes

Anti-lockdown protesters have met police in Melbourne as officers deployed capsicum spray while other rallies were also being held around the country.Police and anti-lockdown protesters have come together in excited scenes after what was rained as a peaceful event that was cooked in the inner Melbourne Saturday. Several arrests followed

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Covid-19 Victoria: Pregnant women go into isolation after the Mercy Hospital case

Pregnant women are among more than 100 people who will go into isolation after a patient at a Melbourne hospital tested positive for Covid-19.A number of pregnant women will go into isolation after a patient at a maternity hospital in Melbourne tested positive for Covid-19.The patient tested positive in the

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Andrew Barr refuses to make vaccination compulsory to attend Canberra’s stadiums | The Canberra Times

news, latest news, canberra raiders, nrl, brumbies, super rugby, canberra stadium, manuka oval, vaccine pass, mandatory vaccinationACT Prime Minister Andrew Barr has effectively ruled out vaccination being a requirement for access to Canberra's major sports venues when society reopens. Barr also said the cost of the coronavirus pandemic will

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A woylie or brush-tailed bettong

Extinct extinct betongs for more than a century thrive on the Yorke Peninsula

A group of brushtails sent from a South Australian island to repopulate the Yorke Peninsula are thriving, ecologists say.Key points:Bettongs shipped from Wedge Island to the Yorke Peninsula thriveOf the 40 animals released, only two are deadBettongs from WA are reintroduced to make the population more resilientThe critically endangered marsupial

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