Federal Court rules that TPG/Vodafone merger can proceed

Federal Court rules that TPG/Vodafone merger can proceed

A $15 billion merger between Vodafone Australia and TPG has been given the green light, but the consumer watchdog says it will cause mobile data prices to rise. Federal Court Justice John Middleton said the multi-billion dollar deal would not have...
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Australia backs G20 coronavirus effort

Australia backs G20 coronavirus effort

Australia and other G20 nations have struck a deal to co-ordinate efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, as they collectively pledged $A7.5 trillion to kickstart the global economy.
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Queensland council elections to go ahead

Queensland council elections to go ahead

More than three million Queenslanders will head to the polls on March 28 to vote in 77 local government elections, with most attention on the contest for control of Brisbane.
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Half a million infected by coronavirus

Half a million infected by coronavirus

The number of people infected with coronavirus has reached 500,000 as economies around the world reel from the impact of widespread lockdowns.
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Berejiklian reinforces message to stay home, observe self-isolation

Berejiklian reinforces message to stay home, observe self-isolation

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to reporters in Sydney as authorities around the country work t o limit the spread of coronavirus. Ms Berejiklian urges residents to observe strict self-isolation and social distancing measures. Ms Berejikilan...
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Cormann says federal Labor's comments unhelpful

Cormann says federal Labor's comments unhelpful

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann speaks to the media in Canberra about the financial measures the federal government has released to deal with the coronavirus. Mr Cormann says a wage guarantee would not work in the Australian context . He says the...
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Victorian Health minister flags further restrictions may come earlier - Q and A with Mikakos

Victorian Health minister flags further restrictions may come earlier - Q and A with Mikakos

Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos answers question on the current state of the health system's response to the COVID-19 crisis. She discusses testing, public compliance, further restrictions, and other issues.
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Victoria's chief health officer answers COVID-19 questions around three deaths, the flattening curve

Victoria's chief health officer answers COVID-19 questions around three deaths, the flattening curve

Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton discusses specifics around the three deaths from COVID-19, and the three people currently in intensive care. He also discusses the current flattening of the curve, the decision whether or not to proceed...
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Victoria records first three deaths from COVID-19 - Health Minister update

Victoria records first three deaths from COVID-19 - Health Minister update

A third man in his 70s has died from coronavirus in Victoria with 520 confirmed cases. Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos updates the COVID-19 situation in the state as numbers begin to climb and the state enters a new phase of lockdowns and ...
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Unemployment could jump to 11% due to virus impact

Unemployment could jump to 11% due to virus impact

Experts have warned unemployment could jump to 11 per cent due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down businesses, as Australia faces the prospect of its first recession in nearly 30 years.
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Australian Christchurch terrorist pleads guilty

Australian Christchurch terrorist pleads guilty

The Australian man accused of killing 51 worshippers in an attack on two Christchurch mosques last year has changed his plea to guilty.
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ABF Commissioner Outram says the Ruby Princess biosecurity lapse will not be repeated

ABF Commissioner Outram says the Ruby Princess biosecurity lapse will not be repeated

Australian Border Force Commissioner, Michael Outram speaks to the media in Canberra about the protocols surrounding the docking of the Ruby Princess which had a number of passengers infected with COVID-19. "Carnival own P&O cruises, their head of...
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ABF Commissioner Outram lays the Ruby Princess fiasco at the feet of NSW Health

ABF Commissioner Outram lays the Ruby Princess fiasco at the feet of NSW Health

Head of the Australian Border Force, Michael Outram speaks to the media in Canberra about the protocols surrounding the docking of the Ruby Princess which had a number of passengers infected with COVID-19. "We in the Border Force do not have exper...
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PM quizzed on total lockdown

PM quizzed on total lockdown

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to reporters in Canberra as authorities around the country work to limit the spread of coronavirus. Mr Morrison rejects the notion a text message sent to Australians compromised advice broadcast acro...
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COVID-19 update and questions by the Victorian chief health officer

COVID-19 update and questions by the Victorian chief health officer

Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton discusses specifics around the state's response to the COVID-19 crisis. He discusses the 4 hospital workers who became infected, possible treatments and the preventative use of a malaria drug, the curv...
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Morrison on UK payment model and defence assistance

Morrison on UK payment model and defence assistance

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to reporters in Canberra as authorities around the country work to limit the spread of coronavirus. Mr Morrison is asked if his government will consider a UK scheme to provide money to businesses for...
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Victorian Health Minister COVID-19 update on numbers, travel and social restrictions, and planning

Victorian Health Minister COVID-19 update on numbers, travel and social restrictions, and planning

Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos updates the COVID-19 situation in the state as numbers begin to climb and the state enters a new phase of lockdowns and travel restrictions. She discusses the number of cases being treated in hospitals, and ...
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PM brings in the private sector to advise government with National COVID-19 Coordination Commission

PM brings in the private sector to advise government with National COVID-19 Coordination Commission

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media in Canberra about the newly established National COVID-19 Coordination Commission to be headed by ex-Fortescue Metals chief, Neville Power. The prime minister says the commission's job 'put simply ...
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ABF blames NSW Health for cruise ship debacle

ABF blames NSW Health for cruise ship debacle

The Australian Border Force has blamed NSW Health for the disembarkation of coronavirus-infected passengers from the Ruby Princess.
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Olympics delay could have knock-on effects

Olympics delay could have knock-on effects

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics have become the first Games in modern history to be postponed for anything other than a world war, after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
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Victorian Premier discusses school closures, hair dressers, and his own family's restrictions

Victorian Premier discusses school closures, hair dressers, and his own family's restrictions

Part 3 Q and A: Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos, and Premier Daniel Andrews discusses specifics around the state's COVID-19 rules and restrictions for people and businesses. They answer questions on the 4 hospital workers at Mercy hospital...
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Premier Andrews discusses hospital workers who tested positive, shopping centres, and Trump's reacti

Premier Andrews discusses hospital workers who tested positive, shopping centres, and Trump's reacti

Part 2 Q and A: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews discusses specifics around the state's COVID-19 rules and restrictions for people and businesses. He answers questions on different states dealing with different circumstances, the US president's re...
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Premier Andrews discusses COVID rules - workplaces, food courts etc

Premier Andrews discusses COVID rules - workplaces, food courts etc

Part 1 Q and A: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews discusses specifics around the state's COVID-19 rules and restrictions for people and businesses. He answers questions on workplaces, restrictions on food courts and the national response, exercise ...
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No parties, no outings, no gatherings... no excuse - Victorian Premier on COVID-19 update

No parties, no outings, no gatherings... no excuse - Victorian Premier on COVID-19 update

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews opening statement to the media on new restrictions on businesses and people during this new stage of the COVID-19 health disaster. Victoria's coronavirus tally has risen to 466 as Premier Daniel Andrews begs people...
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Telehealth roll out is a significant change to general practice

Telehealth roll out is a significant change to general practice

Professor Michael Kidd Principal Medical Advisor to the Department of Health in Canberra, speaks to the media at today's coronavirus briefing with Health Minister Greg Hunt. Mr Kidd says that 'telehealth' has been expanded to cover most of the pop...
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