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7NEWS Melbourne May 25
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky has almost begun human coronavirus vaccine trials, but during his research he found something very unusual about the virus. He joins The Latest to explain his findings that question the origin of COVID-19.
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7NEWS Australia May 19
Experts are warning Australia is facing the biggest debt bubble in history with our personal debt levels skyrocketing to a staggering 190 per cent of the national GDP. Finance Editor explains.
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7NEWS Sydney 11h
The Latest Panel with Caroline Overington and : Should Prime Minister take a coronavirus pay cut like other world leaders? Plus, the push for new alcohol delivery laws, and schools across the country are reopening, but is it too soon?
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7NEWS Adelaide 14h
Coming up on The Latest with : What the JobMaker plan means for you, a new coronavirus ship controversy, plus a dramatic police chase caught on camera. Tonight from 11pm on and , and streamed live on .
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7NEWS Australia May 25
Prime Minister is expected to suggest in an upcoming address to the National Press Club that Australia’s economic recovery will take three to five years. Political correspondent explains.
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7NEWS Perth 15h
Tonight on The Latest with : Questions raised over the PM's salary, calls for new laws surrounding alcohol home-delivery, and the Hollywood blockbuster at the centre of a coronavirus controversy. Tonight from 11pm on and .
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7NEWS Adelaide May 23
If you’ve experienced more bizarre dreams lately, you’re not alone. Harvard Psychologist Dr Deirdre Barrett speaks to to explain why thousands of people have been experiencing ‘pandemic dreams’ and how we can control them.
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Melissa Doyle 13h
An Israeli court has cleared the way for Malka Leifer, a former Melbourne school teacher, to be extradited to Australia to face 74 charges of sexually assaulting students. Details 11pm
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7NEWS Australia May 25
Police fired tear gas and water cannons at thousands of protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday at a march against Beijing’s plan to directly impose national security laws on the city. CNN Correspondent has the details.
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7NEWS Melbourne May 25
There's a push for more workers to be eligible for JobKeeper after the federal government revealed a $60 billion underspend in the coronavirus job-preserving payments. Finance Editor explains.
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Melissa Doyle May 25
We’re live to Hong Kong as protesters clash with police. has the 10pm
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Melissa Doyle May 25
It’s a wild night for weather! has on those storms smashing houses in the south west of WA, and on the 12 metre waves off NSW 10pm
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7NEWS Brisbane May 25
What a COVID-safe classroom looks like for the thousands of children returning to on-site learning, and is COVID-19 a man-made contagion? Tonight on The Latest with from 10pm on and .
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Melissa Doyle May 23
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7NEWS Sydney May 23
The race for a COVID-19 vaccine sparks global tensions, and the next wave of jobs that don't yet exist. Tonight on The Latest with from 7pm on and .
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7NEWS Adelaide May 21
More than six million people across 860,000 businesses are now on JobKeeper payments, but will the government’s $130 billion scheme help workers in the long run? Entrepreneur joins The Latest to weigh in on this and more.
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7NEWS Australia May 21
The international expert warning Australia's ties to Trump are putting other relationships at risk, and could a four-day working week be a possibility for Australian workplaces? Tonight on The Latest with from 10:45pm on and .
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Melissa Doyle May 20
‘Never in a hundred years did I anticipate this honour would come to me” Well said and well deserved. Congratulations Capt Tom Moore on your knighthood So lovely to talk to you tonight
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7NEWS Melbourne May 20
The retail industry recorded its worst-ever monthly fall in April with sales decreasing by 17.9 per cent, highlighting how the pandemic has shaken up our spending. Finance Editor explains.
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