'Justice has been done for Robert': NZ man jailed over cold case killing

'Justice has been done for Robert': NZ man jailed over cold case killing

Vilija Sabeckis, the niece of murder victim Robert Sabeckis, speaks outside Adelaide’s Supreme Court after his killer was jailed for six years. “No amount of time the offender spends in prison will bring Robert back, but we can take some comfort t...
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UQ COVID-19 vaccine testing to begin in the Netherlands

UQ COVID-19 vaccine testing to begin in the Netherlands

A University of Queensland vaccine created to combat the coronavirus will be tested in a specialist facility in the Netherlands.
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US virus deaths second highest in world

US virus deaths second highest in world

US deaths due to coronavirus have topped 14,600, the second highest reported number in the world behind Italy.
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Dumped Okunbor to appeal NRL sacking

Dumped Okunbor to appeal NRL sacking

Former Canterbury winger Jayden Okunbor will appeal his indefinite NRL ban after the Bulldogs' schoolgirl sex scandal.
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Trump slams WHO as US death toll soars above 12,000

Trump slams WHO as US death toll soars above 12,000

Donald Trump has slammed the World Health Organisation over its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the death toll climbed above 12,000 in the US.
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ABF chief Outram says northern borders are secure

ABF chief Outram says northern borders are secure

Head of the Australian Border Force, Michael Outram speaks to the media in Canberra about Australia's northern borders in light of a potential onslaught of boat arrivals from other countries in the regions to escape future outbreaks of coronavirus...
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PM's message for the children of Australia

PM's message for the children of Australia

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media in Canberra about the latest information about the coronavirus and delivers a message to children of Australia who may be scared about the social crisis. "The thing to know is that in Australia...
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Modelling reveals Australia dodges worst-case virus scenario

Modelling reveals Australia dodges worst-case virus scenario

Australia has avoided the worst-case coronavirus scenario through the implementation of strict restrictions, according to modelling by the Doherty Institute.
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Eliminating the virus completely may not be the best option: Murphy

Eliminating the virus completely may not be the best option: Murphy

Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy speaking to the media in Canberra answers a question about aiming to achieve eliminate the virus altogether. Mr Murphy says it is one of the options available but he says the community will not have any immunit...
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Murphy shows the modelling to flatten the curve of infections

Murphy shows the modelling to flatten the curve of infections

Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy speaks to the media in Canberra about the coronavirus modelling behind the government's decision making that aims to 'flatten the curve' of infections.
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Murphy says 500 people don't know they have coronavirus

Murphy says 500 people don't know they have coronavirus

Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy speaks to the media in Canberra about the latest coronavirus infection rates and deaths."We still have less than 100 people in ICU and less than 40 people with ventilators..the thing that worries us most of all...
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'We must keep the tension in the cord': PM says about Easter

'We must keep the tension in the cord': PM says about Easter

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media in Canberra about how Australia is tracking in dealing with the spread of the coronavirus. "We are making significant progress," Mr Morrison says. The daily growth rate has fallen dramatically but ...
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Porter prefers less redaction about Pell in the findings of the Royal Commission

Porter prefers less redaction about Pell in the findings of the Royal Commission

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about the High Court's decision to acquit Cardinal George Pell of his sexual abuse conviction. He speaks to the release of redacted passages that discusses George Pell in the Royal ...
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Porter says he has reached agreement with ACTU regarding Fair Work Act to be legislated

Porter says he has reached agreement with ACTU regarding Fair Work Act to be legislated

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about the negotiations between the government and the ACTU regarding the details of the Fair Work Act and the JobKeeper payments."It is temporary but critical changes to the Fair Wo...
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High Court quashes George Pell convictions

High Court quashes George Pell convictions

Cardinal George Pell has won his appeal bid to the High Court and will be freed from prison after spending more than 400 days behind bars for child sex abuse.
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JobKeeper help for charities

JobKeeper help for charities

Charities will be able to more easily access the government's coronavirus wage subsidy program, but many are expected to still miss out.
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NSW Police to investigate Ruby Princess

NSW Police to investigate Ruby Princess

A criminal investigation will be conducted to determine if the cruise company Carnival Australia breached national biosecurity laws in the Ruby Princess fiasco.
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Experts develop immunity test for COVID-19

Experts develop immunity test for COVID-19

Researchers at Monash University and Alfred Health have developed a rapid test to determine a person's immunity to COVID-19.
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Porter says he is listening to the ACTU regarding IR laws and casual workers

Porter says he is listening to the ACTU regarding IR laws and casual workers

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about his 'co-operative open, frank and honest way' he is engaging with the ACTU. "We won't be waiting weeks or months for thousands of individual agreements to get changed," Mr Por...
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Economic 'life boat' is going out on Wednesday when Parliament sits says Porter

Economic 'life boat' is going out on Wednesday when Parliament sits says Porter

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about the sitting of Parliament next Wednesday to pass the JobKeeper payment system legislation. Mr Porter says there are a number of challenges to changes in the industrial relatio...
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Derailed XPT train doing 100-plus in 15km/h zone

Derailed XPT train doing 100-plus in 15km/h zone

A train that derailed in Victoria, killing its driver and pilot, entered a section of track at more than 100km/h, despite a limit of 15km/h.
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Real estate agents could face jail for renter super advice

Real estate agents could face jail for renter super advice

ASIC said some real estate agents face jail time after advising struggling tenants to dip into their superannuation to pay rent.
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Global coronavirus cases top one million

Global coronavirus cases top one million

Global coronavirus cases have topped one million as the pandemic explodes in the US and the death toll continues to climb in Italy and Spain.
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Pell High Court decision due April 7

Pell High Court decision due April 7

Australia's highest court will hand down its decision on April 7 on disgraced cardinal George Pell's appeal bid against his conviction for abusing choirboys.
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EXPLAINER: Australia and the world reacts to same-sex marriage poll

EXPLAINER: Australia and the world reacts to same-sex marriage poll

Sophie Monk, Macklemore and gay Australian cricketer Megan Schutt are among the identities who've celebrated the results of Australia's same-sex marriage poll.
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