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  • Lifestyle

    Flash floods, wild winds for NSW weekend

    Parts of NSW are gearing up for thunderstorm activity with possible flash flooding and damaging winds over the weekend, while every corner of the state can expect rain.  Helen Reid from the Bureau of Meteorology [...]
  • News

    Facebook putting children at risk: Dutton

    Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has accused Facebook of putting profit ahead of children’s safety by refusing to work with authorities to stop sexual abuse.  Mr Dutton says social media giants, including Facebook, are blocking [...]
  • News

    Hundreds more Aussies allowed to come home

    Hundreds more Australians stranded overseas will soon be able to fly home each week. National cabinet has agreed to lift the weekly cap on international arrivals by 290 places next month. Western Australia and Queensland [...]
  • News

    Dementia-related deaths on the rise: ABS

    Heart disease is still Australia’s number one killer, but dementia-related deaths are moving up the ladder. The Australian Bureau of Statistics found more than 160,000 people died in the country last year, well before the [...]
  • Business

    Qantas to update investors on COVID battle

    Qantas shareholders are due to learn just how much spring has gone from the flying kangaroo as a result of COVID-19. The airline’s annual general meeting is scheduled for Friday. Qantas has slashed about 8000 [...]

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