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A significant easing of Melbourne’s coronavirus restrictions is happening this Friday – here’s what...

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Nearly a week before the plan, 80 percent of Victorians over the age of 16 must be fully vaccinated by Friday, October 29th. And reaching the big milestone means that another significant easing...

ANU student Chavin Seneviratne allegedly confessed to raping a friend ‘to clear conscience’ |...

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top stories, An international student needed to clear his conscience when he confessed to his unsuspecting friend that he had raped her in her sleep at the Australian National University, a prosecutor claims. ...

The latest NSW Health snapshot of vaccination rates shows that 80 percent of St....

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A special birthday in the park as Melbourne eases restrictions

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As lockdown restrictions eased in Australia's largest cities, families and friends had the opportunity to reunite without distance limits. We asked readers to share their wonderful moments now that the state has eased the restrictions....

Ottoman restaurant moves to a whole new place (overlooking the water!)

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posted on October 25, 2021 The news from Ottoman, one of Canberra's most beloved and award-winning restaurants, is all good. The hated fine-dining institution does not close, it only moves places from its former Barton premises. Owners...

Kerryn Phelps joins Climate 200 campaign | Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser

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Former federal MP Kerryn Phelps will help advise a group of independent candidates whose supporters have raised $ 3.2 million to snatch coalition seats.Phelps, who in 2018 won ex-Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney...

A soft Arvo of beer, teasing and (finally) pimples on seats as Melbourne reopened

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After 77 days of hard lockdown, the Melburnians showed up Friday with cautious optimism, wandering blindly into a brave new post-lockdown, Covid-normal-ish city. A balmy spring afternoon saw long queues at barbers; nail technicians...

Team Penn makes Canberra’s geopolitical bid

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Eureka!Given that the government stumps the vast majority of the money needed to pay for Digicel, it is a clear transfer of value from taxpayers to Telstra shareholders.LoadingPenn is pretty upset about how this...

Cousin among men named after the murder of teenage beauty queen Bronwynne Richardson

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The family of the murdered Corowa teenager Bronwynne Richardson says they are relieved that two men involved in her murder have finally been named after 48 years.Key points:Colin Newey and Maxwell Martin are said...

Goodbye to The Amalfi Way as Il Pontile takes over in Woolloomooloo

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As Sydney slowly restarts after closure, a growing number of restaurants have decided to call it a day, including one of the most ambitious and upscale eateries on Woolloomooloo Wharf.With...