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Did you join our Live: Lockdown 2.0 event yesterday? Science reporter , chief reporter and senior reporter answered readers' questions about the pandemic's impact on Victoria. If you missed it, you can catch up here:
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As a teenager fearing for his life, Jafar Yawari fled Afghanistan, making a terrifying journey to Australia. When yoga teacher Natalie Le Sueur read of his plight, she welcomed him into her family's home. It was the beginning of an extraordinary story.
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"When it opened in the US, that scene (in which John Clarke stomps on a corpse in order to make way for a new body) was really controversial, but here we laughed our heads off at it. And that's what I love about this film"
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With Victoria in hard lockdown, the national death toll climbing past 250 and even stricter border measures being introduced, Australians are looking for answers and accountability. Who is to blame?
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BREAKING: Every student will be assessed for special consideration and any impacts of taken into account in their final scores and , Education Minister has announced.
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BREAKING: The jobs market will take longer to recover from the recession than expected, the has warned while revealing new forecasts showing a slow grind for the economy out of the pandemic.
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Metal studs "raked" Quaynor's shin, leaving a gruesome "six- to eight-inch" gash
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“In terms of coming to grips with our own relationship with China, we have a lot to learn from Australia"
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The Swans have since confirmed that Sam Wicks' boots, produced by Nike, have a mixture of screw-in and metal stops
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Business is shell-shocked. The problem being that everyone who can work from home is working from home. Those who can’t have mostly been stood down. Yet the Victorian government wants still less economic activity. This is not going to end well. | OPINION
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What advice can someone in New Zealand give? We did, after all, spend 33 days at level four lockdown — and we had a 24/7 curfew and couldn’t even get takeaway food. | COMMENT
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BREAKING: Victoria has recorded 451 new cases, a source has said, as the federal Treasurer reveals nearly half the state’s private-sector workers will be on JobKeeper this lockdown
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Treasury modelling suggests Victoria's response to its disaster will rip between $10 billion and $12 billion out of the national economy in the September quarter, resulting in three consecutive quarters of negative growth.
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A patch of Lilydale bushland has been home to mob of about 30 kangaroos for years. Now, they may be culled
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Employers will gain easier access to the JobKeeper wage subsidy from the end of September in a $15 billion federal reversal to deal with the economic damage from sweeping Victorian shutdowns
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The Age front page for August 7, 2020. Read more online:
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Big supermarkets hammer out compromise with government in an effort to keep food supplies flowing during the strict stage four COVID-19 lockdown
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In a combative 90-minute press conference on Thursday, Daniel Andrews made it clear he would refuse to provide information on the program until an inquiry is finished in November
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Victoria was on course for a COVID-19 catastrophe number of daily infections by mid August when the state government imposed its stage three restriction in early July
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MATCH REPORT: Josh Daicos produced a horrible shank early but as soon as he loomed over the Sherrin in the dying minutes, his DNA kicked in.
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