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Which QB will play better in Week 5?
Public health experts now want a comprehensive investigation into why and how infections have dropped off.
Daniel Andrews outlined the latest round of rules on Sunday. Read more about what it entails in here.
A woman who received an unexpected gift from her local Woolworths store has thanked the retailer online. Find out what she received.
An independent inquiry has been ordered into allegations that COVID-negative prisoners were forced to bunk with positive cellmates in a privately run Sydney prison.The allegations were raised in two separate courts in recent weeks concerning inmates at Parklea Correctional Centre in the city's northwest.
Australian research has begun drilling down into the question of productivity during lockdown, with the initial results perhaps not quite what all workers want to hear.It seems white-collar employees contribute more in the office than they do at home.
Southern African regional bloc SADC says Eswatini's King Mswati III - Africa's last absolute monarch - has accepted the need for a dialogue after pro-democracy protests intensified this month.Envoys from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and the regional group visited Eswatini on Thursday and Friday and met the king, the prime minister, civil society organisations, trade unions and others, SADC said in a statement.
Australians using IVF testing to help prevent them passing serious genetic disorders to their child can soon claim a rebate on Medicare.Until now, people who know they are carriers of serious genetic disorders could only access these testing services if they were able to pay privately.
Thousands of supporters of a banned radical Islamist party have departed the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore, clashing for a second day with police who dispersed tear gas into the crowd.The group began their journey on Friday with the goal of reaching the capital Islamabad to pressure the government to release Saad Rizvi, the head of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan party.
On this day in 1998 Britney Spears released Baby One More Time. But did you know that she was fourth in line to be offered the song? Find out who almost sang her iconic hit.
The top decision-making body of the Chinese parliament has announced plans to roll out a pilot real estate tax in some regions, the official Xinhua news agency reports.China's long-mooted - and long-resisted - property tax has gained new momentum as President Xi Jinping threw his support behind what experts say would be one of the most profound changes to the country's real estate policies in a generation.
Another theory about how the highly-infectious virus came to be is spreading online.
Queen Elizabeth, 95, is back at her desk at Windsor Castle after she spent a night in hospital for the first time in years for what Buckingham Palace termed "preliminary investigations".The world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch stayed in hospital overnight on Wednesday but returned to Windsor Castle to the west of London the following day, with officials saying she was in good spirits and back at work.
South Korea has achieved its goal of vaccinating 70 per cent of its 52 million people, paving the way for a planned return to normality next month.The target, set a month before the country kicked off its inoculation campaign in late February, was reached on Saturday afternoon, with some 36 million people vaccinated, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) announced.
The NSW government has unveiled a new tourism campaign to sell the state to domestic and international visitors as it reopens.Premier Dominic Perrottet and Tourism Minister Stuart Ayres on Sunday launched the advertising campaign, titled Feel New.
Ukrainian national heroine Nadiya Savchenko, formerly imprisoned in Russia, is facing a prison sentence in her home country.The 40-year-old was caught in Kiev with a forged COVID-19 vaccination certificate, Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyj confirmed on Friday.
Melburnians hit the streets to celebrate the end of lockdown. And who could begrudge them after 263 days of lockdown since March 2020.
Victoria has added a further 1750 new infections to its COVID-19 caseload, all but two of them locally-acquired.The state has also recorded nine more deaths on Saturday.
John Ruszczyk has spoken after former police officer Mohamed Noor received just 57 months behind bars.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is adamant the nation is not facing the same sort of inflation pressures being seen in other parts of the world and which has prompted some central banks to start lifting interest rates.But Australian financial markets are not convinced the RBA's sanguine view will hold and are pricing in the risk of rising rates as early as next year, much earlier than the central bank is predicting.
Russia's defence minister has accused NATO of gradually gathering forces near Russia's borders and being unwilling to discuss European security on equal terms, Interfax news agency reports.Sergei Shoigu's comments were the latest sign of mounting tension between Russia and NATO after defence ministers from the military alliance agreed a new plan on Thursday to defend against any potential Russian attack on multiple fronts.