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Manufacturing slowly recovers in June but headwinds remain

Australian manufacturing activity has expanded for the first time since February, mainly led by new orders in the food and beverages industry as trading...

Coronavirus Victoria: NSW threatens fines, jail for Victorians crossing border amid 73 new cases

Another 73 coronavirus cases have been recorded in Victoria as suburbs head into localised lockdown and those in hotspots face six months in jail...

Australian Taxation Office website crashes minutes into new financial year as taxpayers lodge returns, access super

The Australian Tax Office website crashed just minutes into the new financial year as taxpayers rushed to lodge returns. People have flooded the ATO’s Twitter...

George Floyd killing: Australian news crew bashed by US police outside White House

An Australian news crew has had a violent encounter with police while covering protests over the police killing of George Floyd in America. 7NEWS journalist...

Companies beat profit forecasts in March quarter but pain still to come as coronavirus takes its toll

Company profits rose by just 1.1 per cent in the March quarter as restrictions imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus began hampering...

Big Brother house secrets revealed in first look at revamped reality TV show

Thrown into chaos because of the coronavirus pandemic, there is one major twist for the revamped Big Brother format — it will not be...

Builders brace for bigger hit on approvals

Construction of new homes in Australia has been seemingly untouched by the coronavirus pandemic, with approvals falling much lower than expected in April. Approvals for...

Tony Mokbel attackers told to ‘pull their heads in’ by judge

Two prisoners who stabbed drug kingpin Tony Mokbel over a newspaper article naming him as a feared jail enforcer have been told to pull...

Roy Morgan report shows 2.09 million Australians unemployed in May

The jobless rate in Australia has started to fall alongside the relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions but more than two million people are out of...

Centre for Optimism: ‘The Better Normal’ survey reveals COVID-19 seen as catalyst for positive change

As countries across the globe slowly emerge from lockdown it’s clear COVID-19 will continue to test our optimism for some time yet. The longer...

Parents will have to start paying childcare fees from July 13

Parents will have to start paying childcare fees from July 13. Education Minister Dan Tehan has announced the Government will switch back on the childcare...

Big Brother 2020: Laura Coriakula first person evicted from Seven reboot of reality TV juggernaut

The first person dismissed from the new and improved Big Brother says she knew almost immediately that her fellow housemates “weren’t really keen on...

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