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Sat 6 Jun 2020

Protesters arrested at Town Hall, rally gets green light

premium_icon Protesters arrested at Town Hall, rally gets green light

Black Lives Matter protesters are legally allowed to rally in Sydney after the NSW Court of Appeal overturned yesterday’s decision to stop the event

Coles sued over ‘racist’ servo incident

Coles sued over ‘racist’ servo incident

An Aboriginal activist has launched legal action against Coles after he was made to pre-pay for fuel at a petrol station

Protests destroy any trust built up during COVID-19

premium_icon Protests destroy any trust built up during COVID-19

For months, Australians have followed orders and done their part to flatten the COVID-19 curve. If only those same rules applied to the thousands of protesters

Indigenous academic: Aussie protesters just a ‘rent-a-crowd’

Indigenous academic: Aussie protesters just a ‘rent-a-crowd’

An Indigenous academic says the Black Lives Matter protests were “ridiculous” and the “rent-a-crowds” did not care about the real issues.

Politicians worry over protesters' health

Politicians worry over protesters' health

Politicians from both sides of the divide are concerned about the health of people attending protests in support of Black Lives Matter campaign.

NSW goes 10 days with no local virus cases

premium_icon NSW goes 10 days with no local virus cases

NSW has recorded zero locally-acquired coronavirus infections for a 10th day, and no new imported cases in the past 24 hours.

MASS PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT: Traveller tests positive to COVID

MASS PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT: Traveller tests positive to COVID

A mass public health alert is being issued after an interstate traveller tested positive for coronavirus after travelling into Queensland from Victoria.

‘We’re very concerned about the survival of some clubs’

premium_icon ‘We’re very concerned about the survival of some clubs’

Queensland’s peak sporting body is calling on parents to support local sports clubs 'running on the smell of an oily rag' to reopen amid COVID safe plans.

‘That’s not rain’: Mystery image appears on weather radar

premium_icon ‘That’s not rain’: Mystery image appears on weather radar

Some may have thought they were in for a soaking when a mystery rain band popped up on the radar despite a cloudless evening. Now the BOM has explained it.

Injured ‘crook-aburra’ saved by vets after dog attack

premium_icon Injured ‘crook-aburra’ saved by vets after dog attack

A vet clinic team has performed intricate surgery on the leg of a kookaburra after it came off second best trying to steal some dog food.

NSW and Queensland prepare to allow footy fans into stadiums

premium_icon NSW and Queensland prepare to allow footy fans into stadiums

The long-awaited return of screaming footy fans to Queensland stadiums could be within weeks as NSW prepares to welcome back spectators to NRL games.

The secret behind Kia’s success

The secret behind Kia’s success

This South Korean brand has catapulted itself into top sellers list in just a few short years, and this little hatch shows how they’ve done it.

There are calls to chop a much-hated housing tax

There are calls to chop a much-hated housing tax

It’s one of the most expensive parts of buying a home that can cost up to $40,000. Now some are urging state governments to scrap stamp duty for good.

‘A trip to the hair salon led me to four years of debt’

premium_icon ‘A trip to the hair salon led me to four years of debt’

It was a trip to the hairdresser where Aley Fisher first decided to use a Buy Now Pay Later option. Two years later, she’s still in debt.

Downsizing tips for empty nesters

Downsizing tips for empty nesters

Thinking of shifting into a smaller pad? This interiors expert has some advice to help you make this major lifestyle transition.

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