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Australia works to determine vaccination levels needed to achieve herd immunity while Victoria ponders mystery case

National Cabinet will begin to create a pathway out of lockdowns on Friday to determine how many Australians must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to end the country’s restrictions. …

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Ariarne Titmus wins her second Gold at Tokyo Olympics

Ariarne Titmus clocked 1:53.50, beating Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey and Canada’s Penny Oleksiak in the 200m freestyle final at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday. She also claimed an Olympic record. …

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Forum Finance continues to drum up business following emergency sale to Bill Papas’ cousin

Sydney-based Forum Group is continuing business as usual despite being at the centre of an alleged $400 million fraud against Westpac. Following an emergency sale of the business to Bill …

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Spartans take on Old Xaverians at home for final game of season

The Hawthorn Spartans face Old Xaverians at home at the Rathmines Reserve on Saturday in what is their final game in a difficult season After years of dominance in Divisions …

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Victoria and SA ease restriction as NSW thrashes final details of extended 4-week lockdown

Schools reopened in Victoria again on Wednesday morning for the first time in 12 days, as did gyms, cafes and restaurants. As 12 days of lockdown ended, eight new cases …

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Actor Petros Filippidis faces charges of rape and attempted rape

Disgraced Greek actor Petros Filippidis has been charged with one count of rape and two counts of attempted rape following accusations by three different women who worked with him professionally …

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Greek speakers wanted for paid cancer research survey

People from Greek, Arabic and Chinese-speaking communities who have been diagnosed with cancer in the last five years will be paid to take part in a study that will look …

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Transmission, deaths inevitable soon, but ‘right now, we have to be at zero’

Victorians received welcome news on Tuesday, with Premier Daniel Andrews confirming the end of the state-wide lockdown from 11.59pm. While stay at home requirements and travel distance limits are scrapped, …

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Brimbank allocates $600,000 in grants for community groups affected by pandemic

Brimbank City Council has allocated $600,000 in grants for community groups, organisations and youth initiatives that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Brimbank Council Community Recovery Grants includes …

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NSW records 172 new COVID-19 cases

NSW confirmed 172 new local COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the highest daily case tally since the start of the pandemic. NSW Health Ministry confirmed that any adult would soon be …

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