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Australia news LIVE: Treasurer delivers a record $22 billion surplus; Daniel Andrews ‘happy to appear’ at COVID inquiryMore than 17 million Australians enrolled to vote ahead of the Voice referendum, Jim Chalmers will deliver a record $22 billion surplus and Rupert Murdoch steps down from News Corp.
Wong flags spring bushfire threat as UN head says ‘humanity has opened the gates of hell’The foreign minister admits Australia needs to be better prepared for another dangerous bushfire season, as an early heatwave leaves parts of the country edging towards disaster.
Franco-British relations on new high after royal visit, complete with kissesFollowing King Charles and Queen Camilla’s visit, it’s easy to forget the long tradition of conflict and distrust between England and France – and the remarkable 41 wars between them.
Mundine to quit race for NSW Liberal senate seatProminent No campaigner Nyunggai Warren Mundine is set to withdraw from the NSW senate race.
Freddy and the Eighth's Tips - Finals Week 3Check out Brad Fittler and Andrew Johns' tips before Finals Week 3 of the 2023 NRL Premiership.
Birthday surprise: How Adem Yze found out he was Richmond’s new coachAdem Yze – and certainly not his family – had no idea he was about to become Richmond’s 42nd coach in history.
What the hell am I doing reading poems? Try it. You’ll thank meYou might not understand it at first, but please, embrace the mystery.
Police ‘did not take action’ before mum disappeared: InquestTina Greer went to visit her bikie boyfriend on his Gold Coast hinterland property in January 2012 after telling others the relationship was over. She was never seen again.
A Wall Street billionaire wants to come back to the giant he built. He may not be welcomeLess than a year after retiring, Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, is threatening his former colleagues with the one thing they have worked hard to prevent: his return.
A new world order: Is rugby finally becoming a global game?Rugby has long branded itself as the international game. But after Fiji’s first win over Australia in seven decades - on the biggest stage of all - it might be starting to ring true.
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