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1612 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths for Victoria as Sydney celebrates new-found freedom

Victoria recorded 1,612 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and eight deaths from 73,138 test results processed on Sunday. The state’s active cases are now at 19,012, and the death …

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‘Vaccinated economy’ is set to begin, with trials ahead of Melbourne Cup

The Victorian government will allow a crowd of 10,000 to attend the Melbourne Cup race on 2 November, while it also announced that a concert at the Sidney Myer Music …

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Pandora Papers: Honorary Consul of Greece intends “to work co-operatively with the ATO”

Greece’s Honorary Consul General in Brisbane Jim Raptis has denied any wrongdoing over allegations by the Australian Taxation Office that he has been involved in “tax avoidance arrangements”. The ATO …

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Anthony Albanese outlines Labor’s alternative plan for Australia

Former Labor prime minister Paul Keating once said that when our government changes, our nation changes. It’s true. Governments manage day-to-day events, but they also shape our nation’s future and …

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It’s World Mental Health Day: How are you feeling?

World Mental Health Day is marked on 10 October, to mobilise efforts globally in support of mental healthcare and raising awareness of mental health issues but also serving as a …

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Victoria almost on par with Greece in daily COVID-19 cases

The state of Victoria recorded another daily tally on the brink of 2,000 COVID-19 infections. Following Saturday’s record-breaking 1,965 cases, Sunday marked a slight decrease down to 1,890 cases, while …

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Victoria has record 1965 new COVID-19 cases, five further deaths-NSW has 580 new cases and 11 deaths

Victoria has record 1965 new COVID-19 cases, five further deaths New South Wales is gearing up to pass the 90 per cent first dose vaccination rate of its eligible population …

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Victoria hits grim record of 1,838 new COVID-19 cases, as vaccination blitz begins for the disabled

Victoria’s Friday is grim, following 1,838 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths in the past 24 hours. The surge is the highest tally recorded to date, and there are now …

Oversupply of Melbourne units not a cause for concern say estate agents

Being listed “Top 10 danger zone suburbs in Australian property” by a national property buying service is not a sign of imminent danger said estate agents working in two of …

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Greek summer for travel-starved Aussies – but don’t rush to buy tickets just yet

The reopening of Australia’s international borders next month was the best news Australians have had in a long time, given that many will finally have the opportunity to reunite with …

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