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Telstra fined $50 million over unconscionable treatment of Indigenous phone plan customers

The Federal Court has ordered Telstra to pay a penalty of $50 million plus costs for its treatment of Indigenous customers in rural and remote parts of Australia. The decision
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FOMO Fridays food and drink offers

Glamp Bar Enjoy $10 Espressotinis with Amarula liquer from 3pm-6pm on FOMO Fridays. HQ’s on William Enjoy 20% off food and feast on local ingredients from the seasonal menu. Spice
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Taylor fit for planning authority

Ms Taylor, who also chairs charity Anam Cara House Geelong, will take over from Professor Roz Hansen in the role. State government established the authority in 2015 to advise the
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Six Victorians identified as staying on same level as COVID-19-infected Melbourne man

Six Victorians will have to undergo 14 days of quarantine for a second time after they were identified as being on the same floor as a Wollert man who was
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Volunteering spirit going strong in Queensland

Minister for Communities and Housing, Minister for Digital Economy and Minister for the Arts The Honourable Leeanne Enoch A new report launched for National Volunteer Week highlights the strength of
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Cathy Oke responds to Robert Doyle interviews, saying she doesn’t know if he was apologising to her

A former Melbourne City councillor who accused Robert Doyle of sexual harassment says she does not know what the former Lord Mayor was apologising for in his tearful media appearances
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Crashes news headlines – 9News

Breaking news and updates Australia: May 7, 2021WA to permanently halve its hotel quarantine intake; More India repatriation flights on the cards as PM issues callout to states; No new
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Facebook LIVE: Peated Whiskey Tasting

The team at Wigs Cellar has rustled up a range of peaty whiskies from around the globe for a winter warmer tasting: The Lagavulin 8yo (Islay), Connemara Original (Ireland) and
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Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton says they will settle Dani Laidley case

Victoria’s top cop says police will settle a case brought by former North Melbourne AFL coach, Dani Laidley, for what was “inappropriate conduct” by officers. The former AFL player and
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Alice Ivy: NGV Friday Nights

Alice Ivy: NGV Friday Nights NGV Friday Nights are back for French Impressionism: from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Enjoy the exhibition after hours with live music DJ sets
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ArtVo

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Who is who in the new Tasmanian Lower House of Parliament?

It has taken a while, but the count is over and the winners have been declared.,The 10-day wait for postal ballots and the complex counting of votes and the distribution of preferences
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Cranbourne crash involving allegedly stolen car leaves two dead and teenager critically injured

Two people have died, while a teenage girl is fighting for life and a 20-year old man remains under police guard in hospital after trying to flee the scene of
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Readout of President Biden Call with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel 16 May

The White House The President spoke today with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. The President reaffirmed his strong support for Israel’s right to defend itself against rocket attacks from Hamas and
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Instagram’s pronoun field starts a conversation. But it’s one that not everyone feels safe to have

Instagram’s introduction of an option to allow users to include their preferred pronouns in their biography has been praised by transgender, non-binary, and gender-diverse communities but not all members feel
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Disney: The Magic of Animation

Discover the creativity and innovation of almost 100 years of Disney Animation in ACMI’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition. Shown in Australia for the very first time, this exhibition contains original
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Reconciliation Projections – City of Greater Geelong

Enjoy Geelong’s latest projections presentation, when artwork celebrating the cultural strength of our Aboriginal communities will be projected at two locations for Reconciliation Week 2021. When Various dates from 25
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Out and about

Independent photographer Louisa Jones met locals walking, playing and rowing at Balyang Sanctuary and on the Barwon River as the sun shone on Wednesday. Thank you for stopping by and
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The Budget lacks a comprehensive roadmap for reopening Australia’s borders — and economy

Josh Frydenberg’s third budget speech had barely been delivered in the House of Representatives on Tuesday night when the focus of the budget coverage seemed to become overwhelmed by the
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How Asian American movement began at Berkeley, sparked creativity and unity

Subscribe to Fiat Vox. See all Fiat Vox episodes. In the second part of a three-part series, playwright and UC Berkeley professor Philip Kan Gotanda discusses how he began to
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Sheikh Jarrah: The tiny neighbourhood at the centre of a dispute threatening to spiral into war

When Amera Dejjani was a child, her father planted four trees in the garden of the family’s home in Sheikh Jarrah — one for her and each of her siblings. As
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Man ‘extremely lucky’ to be alive after head on crash

Police have said a man who caused a head-on collision in Geelong West this morning is “extremely lucky” to be alive. Police alleged the man, in his 40s, was speeding
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At this Perth soccer club, fees were a barrier to participation — so it waived them in exchange for parents’ time

Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, hundreds of kids descend on a suburban Perth park — but this isn’t your average weeknight training session at a local soccer club. Each child can
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Solomon Sisay: NGV Friday Nights

Solomon Sisay: NGV Friday Nights NGV Friday Nights are back for French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Enjoy the exhibition after hours with live music DJ sets
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