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Human rights lawyer Rabia Siddique explains how Australians can affect change amid the US riots

Australian criminal and human rights lawyer and author of 'Equal Justice' Rabia Siddique says she’s distressed and sickened by the tragedies happening abroad. Speaking to...

Malayalam rapper Vedan’s songs of the hunted

A Malayalam rap video has crossed more than 3 lakh views since it was released on YouTube on June 13, a staggering number for...

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...

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...

Australian man Cam Gillespie sentenced to death in China for drug smuggling

An Australian man has been sentenced to death in China for drug smuggling. Cam Gillespie was arrested with more than 7.5 kilograms of methamphetamine in...

Black Lives Matter: Thousands walk through Perth CBD in historic BLM protest after Langley Park rally

A crowd of at least 10,000 ignored COVID-19 restrictions to attend Perth’s historic Black Lives Matter protest today which organisers have promised is just...

South Australia lifts COVID-19 border with WA, NT and Tasmania

South Australia is lifting some COVID-19 border restrictions allowing people to travel from Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Tasmania from midnight on Tuesday. Premier...

Labor’s Chris Bowen backs premiers including Mark McGowan on ‘cautious approach’ to easing virus restrictions

Federal Labor frontbencher Chris Bowen has defended premiers who take a “cautious approach” in easing back coronavirus restrictions, saying those who delay re-opening borders...

Mark McGowan border plans in doubt as COVID-19 spike hits Victoria

Mark McGowan says community spread of COVID-19 in Victoria over the past week is making him “have second thoughts” about reopening WA’s border. The Premier...

Aus Treasurer tested for COVID-19 after coughing fit in Parliament

Australia's Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was tested for the novel coronavirus hours after suffering a coughing fit in Parliament on Tuesday. Frydenberg was delivering a ministerial...

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently had surgery, could be incapacitated, US officials say

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervises a "strike drill" for multiple launchers and tactical guided weapon into the East Sea on May 4,...

Proposed testing plan could cost $100 billion

Global cases: More than 2,494,900Global deaths: At least 171,249US cases: More than 787,900US deaths: At least 42,364 The data above was compiled by Johns Hopkins...

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Big Bash: Full fixture gives every team home games

Perth is locked out of cricket no longer and the Big Bash will have a glut of games in Melbourne and Sydney after...

Injidup Beach: Body found one month after woman swept off rocks

A shocking discovery was made at a popular WA beach about one month after a woman vanished when she was swept off rocks.A...

Coronavirus Victoria: Brett Sutton faces grilling at inquiry into contact tracing

Victoria’s chief health officer Brett Sutton says the sheer number of COVID-19 cases made it ‘challenging’ for the state to ‘get on top’...

Pauline Hanson’s family law claims slapped down

Pauline Hanson has made explosive claims to a family law inquiry, which have been dismissed by the Attorney-General’s Department as simplistic.Pauline Hanson says...