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NSW plan to incentivise electric vehicle use wins praise from environmental, urban policy groups

Environmental and urban policy groups alike have praised the NSW government's plan to abolish stamp duty on electric vehicles and incentivise the adoption...

Delta variant ruled out as Queensland investigates source of new community COVID-19 case

Queensland has recorded one new local COVID-19 case, with officials urging those who have visited potential exposure sites to immediately self-isolate. The international flight...

NSW extends mask-wearing restrictions as Sydney coronavirus cluster grows to nine infections

Mandatory mask rules will be extended from 4pm on Sunday, the NSW premier has announced, after Sydney's eastern suburbs coronavirus cluster grew to...

Youngest daughter of Biloela Tamil family has been released from hospital

The youngest daughter of a Tamil asylum seeker family from their adopted hometown of Biloela has been released from hospital in Perth where...

Youngest daughter of Biloela Tamil family released from Perth hospital

The youngest daughter of a Tamil asylum seeker family from their adopted hometown of Biloela has been released from hospital in Perth. Four-year-old Tharnicaa...

Flight crew member tests positive for coronavirus in Queensland

Queensland has recorded one new local COVID-19 case, with officials urging those who have visited potential exposure sites to immediately self-isolate. The international flight...

On World Refugee Day, millions of families like this one risk being forgotten

In a shanty town in northern Peru, a young family with little more than each other is settling into a new life.Their small...

Myanmar rejects UN resolution urging arms embargo and release of leader Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar's Foreign Ministry has rejected a UN General Assembly resolution calling for an arms embargo against the southeast Asian nation and condemning the...

Winemakers welcome Australia’s decision to refer China to World Trade Organization over tariffs

Australian winemakers have welcomed the federal government's decision to refer China to the international trade umpire over tariffs that have crippled Australian wine...

Deputy prime minister declares he’s ‘not a quitter’ amid threats of a leadership spill

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says he is confident he will not face a showdown over his leadership when his party-room meets on...
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