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Coronavirus restrictions and mask mandate eases in Greater Brisbane. What are the rules now? - ABC News Thu, 21 Jan 2021 19:46:00 GMT
  1. Coronavirus restrictions and mask mandate eases in Greater Brisbane. What are the rules now?  ABC News
  2. As it happened: NSW restrictions likely to be eased next week as masks no longer mandatory in Brisbane; Australian Open crisis continues  The Sydney Morning Herald
  3. Queensland COVID restrictions to be relaxed tomorrow as state records one case | ABC News  ABC News (Australia)
  4. Tasmania's borders open to Greater Brisbane and parts of New South Wales, Greater Sydney | The  Courier Mail
  5. Millions of Aussies are FINALLY let into one popular holiday state  Daily Mail
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Biden moves to sweep away Trump's policy legacy - Sydney Morning Herald Thu, 21 Jan 2021 02:51:00 GMT
  1. Biden moves to sweep away Trump's policy legacy  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. President Joe Biden has started work on his next big battle ? stopping the coronavirus pandemic  ABC News
  3. Joe Biden's new administration says America's coronavirus crisis is 'so much worse than we could have imagined'  SBS News
  4. There is no ?return to normalcy?  Al Jazeera English
  5. Joe Biden is president now and everything has happened just as we were warned  The Washington Post
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The 17 executive orders and directives Joe Biden has already signed and what they aim to do - SBS News Thu, 21 Jan 2021 03:59:05 GMT
  1. The 17 executive orders and directives Joe Biden has already signed and what they aim to do  SBS News
  2. Donald Trump facing ?financial minefield? after leaving White House  NEWS.com.au
  3. Mexico hails Joe Biden's halt to the US border wall as stranded migrants say he offers them 'hope'  SBS News
  4. Trump has finally shuffled off the world stage. Good riddance  The Guardian
  5. Donald Trump Wrote Joe Biden A Letter. Twitter Has Some ROFL Guesses On What's In It  NDTV
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Scott Morrison's regional Queensland tour overshadowed by talk of COVID quarantine site - ABC News Thu, 21 Jan 2021 04:22:00 GMT
  1. Scott Morrison's regional Queensland tour overshadowed by talk of COVID quarantine site  ABC News
  2. Coronavirus Australia live news: Premiers' warning on 'Invasion Day' rallies; Scott Morrison, Annastacia Palaszczuk at odds over camps  The Australian
  3. PM, Palaszczuk butt heads over regional quarantine plan  NEWS.com.au
  4. Lifting Australia arrivals limit to be considered at national cabinet  The Guardian
  5. Biden inauguration: US-Australia alliance more important than ever says Scott Morrison  The Australian
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More than 30 countries condemn Australia at UN over high rates of child incarceration - The Guardian Wed, 20 Jan 2021 21:42:00 GMT
  1. More than 30 countries condemn Australia at UN over high rates of child incarceration  The Guardian
  2. Council to fly flag at half mast as Australia Day debate rolls on  The Age
  3. Australia lashed for treatment of First Nations people on world stage  SBS
  4. Why Australia Day is a day of hurt for so many  Herald Sun
  5. Indigenous prison population continues to increase, while non-Indigenous incarceration rate falls  The Guardian
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National Breaking News | news.com.au ? Australia?s leading news site
Fears for man swept away by wave
Emergency crews are racing to find a man who may have been swept out to sea by a rogue wave on the NSW north coast.
?Agitated? carjacker shot dead by cops
A carjacker moved towards police with a knife before he was shot dead by officers in Victoria?s east.
Murder charge after brother found in fire
A man has faced court charged with murdering his own brother, whose body was found in a house after firefighters were called to a blaze.
Shark warning over dead whale
A dead whale has washed up on a Victorian beach, sparking a shark warning ahead of a fishing carnival expected to draw hundreds of people to the area this weekend.
The quarantine plan that concerns PM
Queensland?s plan to send international arrivals to regional mining facilities has sparked fears among locals that Brisbane?s problems will be ?dumped? on them, Scott Morrison says.


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Weather forecasts for Australia
Forecasts from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. Updated 08:31 Wednesday 09/12/2015 (EDST)
CANBERRA - Possible shower. Max: 30
Thursday - Partly cloudy. Min: 13 Max: 31
Friday - Mostly sunny. Min: 13 Max: 29
Saturday - Mostly sunny. Min: 9 Max: 25
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 8 Max: 27
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 10 Max: 32
Tuesday - Shower or two. Min: 13 Max: 30
SYDNEY - Showers. Likely storm developing. Max: 30
Thursday - Possible shower. Min: 20 Max: 26
Friday - Partly cloudy. Min: 20 Max: 31
Saturday - Possible late shower. Min: 18 Max: 25
Sunday - Possible shower. Min: 17 Max: 25
Monday - Shower or two. Min: 18 Max: 28
Tuesday - Possible shower. Min: 20 Max: 29
DARWIN - Possible storm. Min: 27 Max: 34
Thursday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Friday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 36
Saturday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Sunday - Possible storm. Min: 26 Max: 35
Monday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 27 Max: 35
Tuesday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 27 Max: 35
BRISBANE - Partly cloudy. Min: 20 Max: 31
Thursday - Possible shower or storm. Min: 21 Max: 31
Friday - Hot. Possible storm. Min: 21 Max: 36
Saturday - Mostly sunny. Min: 23 Max: 33
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 22 Max: 29
Monday - Possible shower. Min: 22 Max: 31
Tuesday - Shower or two. Min: 22 Max: 32
ADELAIDE - Possible morning shower. Max: 26
Thursday - Mostly sunny. Min: 13 Max: 28
Friday - Possible shower. Min: 14 Max: 24
Saturday - Partly cloudy. Min: 12 Max: 24
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 12 Max: 30
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 15 Max: 33
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 17 Max: 31
HOBART - Becoming windy. Partly cloudy. Max: 22
Thursday - Mostly sunny. Min: 12 Max: 22
Friday - Showers easing. Min: 12 Max: 17
Saturday - Shower or two clearing. Min: 9 Max: 16
Sunday - Possible early shower. Min: 10 Max: 21
Monday - Partly cloudy. Min: 11 Max: 23
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 14 Max: 21
MELBOURNE - Partly cloudy. Max: 24
Thursday - Partly cloudy. Min: 13 Max: 23
Friday - Shower or two clearing. Min: 13 Max: 21
Saturday - Possible morning shower. Min: 11 Max: 19
Sunday - Mostly sunny. Min: 9 Max: 25
Monday - Mostly sunny. Min: 14 Max: 28
Tuesday - Partly cloudy. Min: 15 Max: 25
PERTH - Mostly sunny. Min: 14 Max: 25
Thursday - Sunny. Min: 14 Max: 28
Friday - Mostly sunny. Min: 15 Max: 32
Saturday - Partly cloudy. Min: 18 Max: 29
Sunday - Partly cloudy. Min: 16 Max: 26
Monday - Sunny. Min: 16 Max: 28
Tuesday - Sunny. Min: 17 Max: 31




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Covid: 'Too early' to say if lockdown will end in spring - Boris Johnson Thu, 21 Jan 2021 20:47:36 GMT
Boris Johnson says England's measures will be reviewed once the priority groups have had the vaccine.
Covid: 800 house party fines to be introduced in England Thu, 21 Jan 2021 18:32:42 GMT
Fines of 800 will be handed to anyone attending a house party of more than 15 people from next week.
Covid-19: NI lockdown to be extended until 5 March Thu, 21 Jan 2021 18:51:21 GMT
The curbs may even continue until Easter, in an attempt to drive down Covid-19 case numbers.
Covid-19: 800 fines for house parties and Glastonbury cancelled Thu, 21 Jan 2021 17:52:17 GMT
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
Covid: How a 20 gadget could save lives Thu, 21 Jan 2021 13:11:46 GMT
Doctors say people should buy a pulse oximeter to monitor their oxygen levels at home.


Latest News - Yahoo7 News
PM finally bows to finance sector inquiry (AAP) Thu, 30 Nov 2017 10:42:04 +1100
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has given in to widespread calls for a royal commission into the financial sector, announcing a 12 month inquiry.
Freedom Foods shares up on FY18 guidance (AAP) Thu, 30 Nov 2017 14:20:01 +1100
Freedom Foods has upgraded its sales guidance to between $360 million and $380 million, from between $340 million and $360 million, for the 2018 financial year.
Concerns Murray reforms could be weakened (AAP) Thu, 30 Nov 2017 14:16:02 +1100
A report into the mismanagement of Murray-Darling Basin water distribution has raised concerns recommendations to resolve the problems could be delayed.
Dastyari to face Senate over China scandal (AAP) Thu, 30 Nov 2017 14:11:02 +1100
The Senate has passed a motion forcing Sam Dastyari to explain his links with Chinese political donors.
Work at NT Inpex site stops after man dies (AAP) Thu, 30 Nov 2017 14:11:01 +1100
Inpex has halted construction at its Darwin gas plant following the "tragic" death of a 56-year-old worker overnight as his colleagues receive counselling.


NEWS.com.au | The Other Side
?Drive-thru tree? toppled in massive storm Tue, 10 Jan 2017 02:22:00 GMT
A GIANT Californian tree famous for the tunnel carved into its trunk to allow cars to pass through has been destroyed.
Priests flee from a devil of a job Thu, 20 Oct 2016 02:44:00 GMT
THE world is under renewed attack by an army of demons and the battle is so intense young priests are too scared to engage in exorcisms, says a senior Vatican priest.
Bushwalker spies mythical creature: claim Tue, 06 Sep 2016 09:23:00 GMT
HAS Australia’s answer to the mysterious monsters of other continents been spotted again in southern Queensland?
Mystery of the mutant, two-headed prawn Fri, 08 Jul 2016 01:12:00 GMT
AQUARISTS are trying to get their head around the discovery of a bizarre double-headed prawn.
Man in DIY balls-up couldn?t afford doctor Fri, 24 Jun 2016 03:24:00 GMT
A MAN had his left testicle lopped off in a cheap Mid North Coast motel room because he couldn’t afford a proper medical procedure.


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