George Pell loses appeal, remains in jail

George Pell loses appeal, remains in jail

Catholic Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his child sexual abuse conviction has been dismissed and he will remain in prison.
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Aussies on virus-hit ship to be evacuated

Aussies on virus-hit ship to be evacuated

Immigration minister Alan Tudge speaks to reporters in Sydney as nearly 200 Australians pack their bags and undergo coronavirus tests in ahead of leaving an infected cruise ship in Japan. Immigration Minister Tudge says 180 Australians will be eva...
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SA Governor visits Chinatown urging the public to return

SA Governor visits Chinatown urging the public to return

SA Governor Hieu Van Le visits Adelaide's Chinatown district and speaks to vendors about the downturn in trading conditions since the coronavirus has kept customers away. Businesses say they have lost up to 70 per cent of trade.
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Man in court for impersonating fire service officer superglues his hand to the bar table

Man in court for impersonating fire service officer superglues his hand to the bar table

Marcus Anthony Burke speaks to reporters outside the Brisbane Magistrates Court. He was in court charged with impersonating an authorised fire services officer when he superglued his hands to the bar table. He has been charged with contempt.
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RAW: Ex-NSW premier Iemma leaves Sydney court

RAW: Ex-NSW premier Iemma leaves Sydney court

Morris Iemma leaves the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney after giving evidence at the conspiracy trial of two of his former ministers Eddie Obeid and Ian Macdonald. Obeid, 76, his 50-year-old son Moses, and former NSW ministerial colleague Macdonald, 7...
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Wages growth flat as Australian economy stalls

Wages growth flat as Australian economy stalls

Wages growth flatlined as expected in the December quarter, expanding by just 0.5 per cent, with the soft trend likely to continue well into this year.
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Olympics boss fires back at Sport Australia

Olympics boss fires back at Sport Australia

Australian Olympic Committee boss John Coates in Sydney accuses Sports Commission chief John Wylie of "relevance deprivation" over funding uncertainty of Olympic sport. "They seem to me to like mutterings of a man who has relevance deprivation, co...
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Police speak after children, man killed in Brisbane car fire

Police speak after children, man killed in Brisbane car fire

February 19,2020. Detective Inspector Mark Thompson tells media in Brisbane three children and a man have died in a car fire on a street in Brisbane's east. Thompson confirms the adult man was known to the children, and says another person is bein...
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AOC boss 'satisfied' Tokyo safe from coronavirus

AOC boss 'satisfied' Tokyo safe from coronavirus

Australian Olympic boss John Coates tells media in Sydney athletes and spectators will be safe to attend the Tokyo Games amid the coronavirus outbreak in China. Coates said he was briefed in Tokyo last week and the World Health Organisation confir...
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Brisbane car fire kills children and man

Brisbane car fire kills children and man

February 19,2020. Detective Inspector Mark Thompson tells media in Brisbane three children and a man have died in a car fire on a street in Brisbane's east. Thompson confirms the adult man was known to the children, and says another person is bein...
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Man hit by gas bottle had a cardiac arrest

Man hit by gas bottle had a cardiac arrest

Superintendent Katherine Rallings speaks to the media about the death of a man in the Rocks after he was struck by a flying gas bottle when walking during last night's storms. "It's a one in million thing, it's a complete tragedy," Ms Rallings say...
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Aussies favourites ahead of Women's T20 World Cup

Aussies favourites ahead of Women's T20 World Cup

Australia will seek to become just the second host nation to win the Women's T20 World Cup, despite batting star Alyssa Healy struggling for form in the lead-up.
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Workers strike against Jetstar, protest pay conditions

Workers strike against Jetstar, protest pay conditions

TWU secretary Michael Kaine alongside ACTU President Michele O'Neil speaks to reporters in Sydney as Jetstar workers strike in protest of pay and safety conditions. Workers first held strikes in December last year with a new round of strikes forci...
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RAW: Scene where children among dead in Brisbane car fire

RAW: Scene where children among dead in Brisbane car fire

The scene at Raven Street in Camp Hill where three people including children have died in a car fire. Police are yet to confirm the exact number, or reports the fire may have been deliberately started.
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Man dies after being hit by a 'flying gas bottle' in the Rocks

Man dies after being hit by a 'flying gas bottle' in the Rocks

Detective Inspector David El-Badawi from Day Street Police Station in Sydney speaks to the media about the death of a man caused by a flying gas bottle in yesterday's storm. The 37-year-old man was walking along Harrington Street in The Rocks when...
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"Jobs in space" says PM as he launches the Australian Space Agency

"Jobs in space" says PM as he launches the Australian Space Agency

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison launches the new Australian Space Agency in Adelaide this morning where Lot Fourteen will become the home of space technology and development. Mr Morrison says 20,000 jobs will be created through the agency. "This...
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Mediterranean diet linked to healthy ageing

Mediterranean diet linked to healthy ageing

A Mediterranean diet rich in fruit and veg, olive oil and fish boosts bacteria in the gut linked to healthy ageing.
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Australian Space Agency opens in Adelaide

Australian Space Agency opens in Adelaide

The Australian Space Agency has opened its headquarters in Adelaide as Australia looks to secure a larger share of the global space economy - tipped to be worth $1 trillion by 2040.
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Albanese addresses farmers gathered to protest inland rail route

Albanese addresses farmers gathered to protest inland rail route

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese addresses Queensland farmers and rural residents gathered in Brisbane to protest the proposed construction of a rail project on a flood plain. About 200 residents from the Darling Downs made the three hour tri...
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Michelle Bridges apologises after drink-driving conviction

Michelle Bridges apologises after drink-driving conviction

Fitness maven Michelle Bridges speaks to media outside Waverly Court in Sydney, apologising for her "gross error in judgment" after she was convicted for drink-driving with a child in her car. "The consequences of these actions will haunt me forev...
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RAW: Man attending court over Delta Goodrem charges lashes out at journalist

RAW: Man attending court over Delta Goodrem charges lashes out at journalist

James Lafferty at Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court knocks a phone from a journalist's hand. Lafferty was attending court to answer charges relating to television and pop star Delta Goodrem.
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Christian Porter warns companies to get their houses in order as Coles admits to $20 million wage th

Christian Porter warns companies to get their houses in order as Coles admits to $20 million wage th

ttorney General Christian Porter warns companies like Coles to get their houses in order when it comes to the payment of staff. Porter says that these large organisations are more than capable of staying on top of paying their staff correctly and ...
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Coles flags $20m hit from underpayments

Coles flags $20m hit from underpayments

Supermarket giant Coles is the latest major retailer to be caught up in an underpayment scandal, with the company expecting a $20 million hit after underpaying managers at its supermarkets and liquor division over the past six years.
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Morrison announces funding for coronavirus vaccine research in Melbourne

Morrison announces funding for coronavirus vaccine research in Melbourne

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is joined by Health Minister Greg Hunt at the Doherty Institute in Melbourne to announce extra federal funding towards coronavirus research for testing and vaccination.
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Morrison acknowledges unnecessary hardship faced by Chinese Australians due to coronavirus fears

Morrison acknowledges unnecessary hardship faced by Chinese Australians due to coronavirus fears

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison acknowledges the hardship faced by Chinese Australians in places like Box Hill in Melbourne, where restaurants are half empty due to coronavirus fears. Morrison says Chinese people have no need to self-quarantine ...
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