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Coronavirus updates LIVE: National cabinet to discuss hotspot definition and hotel quarantine, global cases near 30 million

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National cabinet will meet today to discuss hotel quarantine arrangements for new international arrival caps as well as a definition of a hotspot. »more

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Watch: National cabinet update

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is speaking live shortly after a national cabinet meeting to discuss increasing the number of international arrivals. Scott Morrison has been accused of seeking to "bludgeon" the states into allowing more Australians to return from overseas. Ahead of the meeting, Mr..
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Sevens star Green backflips on Broncos to join Warriors

The Australian star was set to join Brisbane but had a late change of heart before the upcoming NRLW season.
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Higher education staff are furious New York University's Sydney campus is receiving JobKeeper

Public university staff are baffled the New York University's Sydney campus is receiving JobKeeper wage subsidies when they have been excluded from the scheme.
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Jim Carrey tells all. But how can we possibly believe him?

Memoirs and Misinformation offers a bizarre inside take on Hollywood and its inhabitants.
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Melania Trump statue returns in Slovenia. (This one won't burn)
When a wooden statue of Melania Trump was erected near her hometown in Slovenia last year, it was mocked as looking like a Smurfette. Then it was set on fire.
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Biden warns UK on Brexit: Keep Northern Irish pact or no trade deal
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is proposing new legislation that would break the Northern Ireland protocol of the Brexit divorce treaty.
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Stand up for your farmers and reject the PM's gas plan
Australia, with arguably the most sunshine of any country, chooses to have a “gas-led recovery” which is unfriendly to the climate and props up the ailing fossil fuel industry.
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