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Tank Williams gives his picks for the MNF primetime game.
Tank Williams gives his picks for the MNF primetime game.
South Australia's plan to ease border restrictions and local COVID-19 measures when vaccine targets are reached is close to being finalised, Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says.The state's transition committee met on Tuesday and made no changes to SA's current restrictions, including mask-wearing in venues such as shopping centres and on public transport.
Victoria's daily Covid-19 cases continue to linger near the 2,000 mark. Find out more about the latest update.
Western Australia's premier has joined with the mining sector in dismissing calls for stronger federal oversight of Aboriginal cultural heritage.A parliamentary inquiry into Rio Tinto's destruction of the sacred Juukan Gorge rock shelters has called for overarching commonwealth heritage legislation to be co-designed with Indigenous people.
Eight critically endangered birds have been released from captivity into the wild to bolster its population after a 90 per cent decline during the past two decades.Plains-wanderers, small quail-like ground-dwelling birds with yellow legs and bills, are classified as Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered by the Zoological Society of London.
A former detective and his son have been committed to stand trial accused of being part of a boiler room scam that involved 12 people allegedly swindling victims of more than $20 million.Michael John Featherstone and Zach Michael Featherstone are charged with fraud and money laundering over their involvement in the alleged scam the prosecution argues raked in millions of dollars from hundreds of victims between 2011 and 2014.
Former Rebels bikie James Crane, who's allegedly linked to the bashing murder of a man at a NSW Central Coast service station, has been granted bail.Justice Peter Hamill said in the NSW Supreme Court on Wednesday that Crane's ongoing detention was not justified, given the multiple and substantial delays of his trial.
Malaysia and Indonesia share strong reservations over Australia's decision to acquire nuclear-powered submarines, even though nuclear weapons are not part of the plan, Malaysia's foreign minister says.Referring to AUKUS, a trilateral security partnership agreed last month between Australia, the United States and Britain, Saifuddin Abdullah said the two Southeast Asian nations were similarly concerned about its ramifications.
Major economies will produce more than double the amount of coal, oil and gas in 2030 than is consistent with meeting climate goals set in the 2015 Paris accord to curb global warming, the United Nations and researchers say.The UN Environment Program's (UNEP) annual production gap report measures the difference between governments' planned production of fossil fuels and production levels which are consistent with meeting the temperature limits set in Paris.
Ms Caddick went missing from her Dover Heights home in Sydney's east in November 2020, a day after ASIC executed a search warrant for her mansion.The 49-year-old was reported missing two days later by her husband.On February 21, a group of people camping discovered a running shoe containing human remains while walking along Bournda Beach, on the NSW south coast.
Cases are surging to new highs in the UK after it abandoned restrictions – and now a new Delta mutation is being watched closely by scientists.
Bushfire-safer places remain something of a mystery to a large number of South Australians, according to new data released by the state's Country Fire Service.Ahead of bushfire season, the CFS says data collected last summer from people living in bushfire-prone areas found that 42 per cent didn't know the meaning of a safer place or where to find one.
Almost overnight, Japan has become a stunning and somewhat mysterious coronavirus success story.Daily new COVID-19 cases have plummeted from a mid-August peak of nearly 6000 in Tokyo, with caseloads in the densely populated capital now routinely below 100 - an 11-month low.
Almost two-thirds of Australians believe federal and state governments have failed to work well together during the coronavirus pandemic.Prime Minister Scott Morrison created national cabinet with premiers and chief ministers at the onset of the global disaster.
Eco-influencer Mandy Spooner shares some tips to ensure the sustainable brands you purchase are what they say they are. Read more.
Almost $500 million will be spent to help people fleeing domestic violence in NSW as part of a landmark investment to tackle the leading cause of homelessness for women and children.Premier Dominic Perrottet says the government will provide $484.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS* Unvaccinated people have been warned they will be exposed to COVID-19 as restrictions ease in coming months, with 70 per cent of Australians aged over 16 expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of the week.* Unvaccinated Queenslanders have 12 days to get their first COVID-19 jab if they want to be fully protected when travel restrictions are eased on December 17.
The 29-year-old nurse sent out a message for help after she strayed off course just hours before bad weather hindered rescue efforts. Read more.
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has revealed death threats against his children as he condemned anti-vaccine protesters pursuing the NT chief minister.The family of territory leader Michael Gunner left their home after his personal address was disclosed at an anti-vaccination rally on Saturday.
Potential changes have been flagged for Afghan nationals who were evacuated to Australia following the Taliban takeover.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has foreshadowed the possibility of an extension to thousands of visa holders in Australia who were flown to safety after the fall of the Afghan government.
Barnaby Joyce has conceded Scott Morrison will make the final call on committing to a 2050 net zero carbon emissions target as coalition climate divisions continue.The Nationals leader said his party would not bully or coerce the prime minister, conceding it was his "prerogative" to make the decision.