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The Age photos of the week, May 9, 2021

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Border support group speaks out during Myositis Awareness Month | The Border Mail

news, health, Myositis, Myositis Association Australia, Keeping in Touch, Myositis Awareness Month, Albury-Wodonga “The doctor said sit on the floor, which I did, then he said get up, which I
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Liberal Senator Eric Abetz bumped from top spot on party’s Tasmania Senate ticket

Influential Tasmanian Liberal powerbroker Eric Abetz has been demoted to third place on the party’s Senate ticket in a shock preselection vote. It could signal the end of Senator Abetz’s
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Emergency crews respond to scene where five pedestrians were hit by a truck at Melbourne’s Southbank

Police say the b-double tanker smashed into a traffic light before hitting five people at Southbank about 7:00pm. Thanks for reading this news release on current Victoria News titled “Emergency
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After the horrors of the Gippsland blazes, Victoria had a ‘really good’ bushfire season

Under the shadow of COVID-19, Victoria’s latest fire season slipped by almost unnoticed. After the terrible destruction of the 2019-20 season, it was a welcome relief for Alen Slijepcevic, the CFA
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North East students attend Albury Health Forum at La Trobe University | The Border Mail

news, local-news, The future is bright for healthcare in the region, with over 230 students attending La Trobe University’s fourth annual Albury Health Forum. Students from across the North East
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International students will no longer face a cap on working hours for hospitality and tourism jobs

International students will have a cap imposed on their working hours lifted if they are employed in hospitality and tourism, marking a significant change for many who rely on these
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6 unforgettable experiences you can only have in Adelaide and its surrounds

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Supreme Court halts Victorian Labor preselection amid gender battle

“[The plenary power] does not allow [the federal branch] to throw out the Victorian rules,” Mr Merkel said. Peter Willis, QC, acting for the Labor Party, called the case an
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Department of Primary Industries investigating | The Border Mail

news, local-news, Authorities are investigating a mystery infection causing rashes and fungal growths on redfin in Lake Hume. Russell Mason, of Compleat Angler Lavington, is collecting samples of the fish
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Five more blood clot cases likely linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine recorded across Australia

Five Australians over the age of 50 have developed blood clotting and low platelets after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine in the past week, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has confirmed.  The
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Spark Infrastructure’s Victorian power grid budget slashed

He also said the decision maintained confidence that the company can grow its distribution from the 12.5¢ per security and 25 per cent franking, “No change to guidance at this
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NATIONAL NEWS

More than 50 people, many of them female students, killed in bomb attack near Kabul high school

The death toll from a bomb near a girls’ school in Kabul has risen to 58, mostly students aged between 11 and 15, who were killed as they left to
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police concerned for north Qld missing boy

Police have appealed to the public for help in locating a 12-year-old boy missing in north Queensland for more than 10 days. The boy, from Kerwan, was last seen in
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison warns Australia will only open borders ‘when it is safe to do so’

The Prime Minister is warning Australia’s international borders will remain closed for the foreseeable future, as his Treasurer notes this week’s federal budget assumes Australia will remain locked off to
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New Zealand travel bubble pause with NSW to lift on Sunday

The travel bubble pause between Sydney and New Zealand will be lifted after NSW reported no new locally acquired cases on Saturday. New Zealand’s COVID-19 Response Minister, Chris Hipkins, confirmed
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The Kid Laroi in Elon Musk tweet referencing cryptocurrency dogecoin

Popular Australian rapper The Kid Laroi has been caught up in an unfolding cryptocurrency drama after billionaire Tesla owner Elon Musk tweeted out a picture with the Aussie and what
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Calls for an investigation after police raid on Brazil favela left more than 20 people dead

The United Nations has called for an ‘independent, thorough and impartial investigation’ into the operation. Police in Brazil faced outraged protests and a UN call for an investigation Friday after
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Returned traveller from India rushed to hospital in Perth

A man has been taken to a Perth intensive care unit after falling ill with COVID-19. The Western Australian department of health said a man in his 30s who was
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Barnaby, Vikki at Whitsundays wedding

Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion have raised eyebrows at a staffer’s wedding. Thank you for seeing this post regarding the latest national news items named “Barnaby, Vikki at Whitsundays wedding”.
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Teenager stabbed to death at basketball venue in Werribee

A teenager has been stabbed to death at a junior sports stadium in Melbourne’s western suburbs on Friday night. Police and paramedics rushed to Eagle Stadium in Werribee about 5.50pm
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Single parents will be offered help to buy their first home in next week’s federal budget

Under the measure announced ahead of Tuesday’s federal budget, up to 10,000 first-time buyers with dependants will be able to access the scheme over four years. Single parents buying their
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Huge haul of steroids, cocaine seized in Qld drug raids

A special police operation has busted an alleged drug trafficking network distributing steroids, cocaine and MDMA spanning hundreds of kilometres in Queensland. Officers raided a Bundaberg business following a tip-off
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Scott Morrison failing to think ahead on COVID-19 crisis, Anthony Albanese says

Scott Morrison’s failure to act until there is a crisis is at the centre of an opposition attack on his leadership legacy. Labor leader Anthony Albanese is attempting to seize
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AUSTRALIAN SPORT

NRL 2021: St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, live updates, SuperCoach scores, video

Canterbury sunk to new depths and narrowly avoided a seven-year low as St George Illawarra scored a much needed and morale-boosting 32-12 Round 9 win on Sunday. The Bulldogs scored
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Western Bulldogs’ Jamarra Ugle-Hagan out of VFL clash with head knock

The coach acknowledged that the drop-offs during games were an issue. “We tried a few things last year, and we’re still talking about different ways. Today…they got field position and
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Port Adelaide Prison Bar jumper, sing team song after win over Adelaide Crows

This is as cheeky – and shrewdly executed – as it gets. After being barred from wearing their Prison Bar jumper for the Round 8 Showdown, Port Adelaide on Saturday
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Coach David Teague’s plan for the Blues to kick goal

Loading “Everyone talks defence now and team defence and that sort of stuff but it is quite boring, really,” he said. “I go back to the start of the game
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De Goey stars as Collingwood notches up pressure-easing win over North Melbourne

A dominant return to the backline for Darcy Moore, and six goals to Jordan De Goey has helped Collingwood to a 18-point win over North Melbourne. The battle of 17th
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Williams back but Blues axe Dow, Petrevski-Seton for Dogs clash

High-priced recruit Zac Williams will return but Paddy Dow and Sam Petrevski-Seton have again been axed ahead of Carlton’s clash against the Western Bulldogs on Sunday. Williams (foot soreness) missed
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Unbeaten Melbourne pass a big test with AFL win over Richmond — but Tigers face a tough month ahead

For the last few years, there has been a benchmark test for any team that finds themselves in the conversation about AFL flag contenders. The question is: how did you
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Geelong Cats thrash Richmond Tigers with second half demolition in grand final re-match

The only shining light forward of centre for Richmond came in the first quarter when Shai Bolton took one of the best marks seen at the MCG, sitting on Blicavs
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