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70% of Australians with chronic pain have been unable to work

Around 70% of Australians with chronic pain have been unable to work, according to new data from Chronic Pain Australia (CPA).

Is Paris ready to host the Olympics?

As thousands of athletes and millions of spectators descend on Paris, we’re now just days away from the Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Can Kamala Harris beat Trump?
Politics

Can Kamala Harris beat Trump?

US journalist Evan Gershkovich sentenced to 16 years in a Russian prison
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US journalist sentenced to 16 years in a Russian prison

US journalist Evan Gershkovich sentenced to 16 years in a Russian prison after he was accused of spying for American intelligence.

Can Kamala Harris beat Trump?

In a historic announcement yesterday morning, U.

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The company behind a global IT outage has apologised to millions of impacted consumers

A failed software update is being blamed for widespread shutdowns across banking, travel, retail, broadcast and more.

Who will be the next candidate for the Democrats in the US election?
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Who will be the Democrat’s candidate at the US election?

US President Joe Biden has dropped out of the presidential election race, leaving room for a new Democrat candidate to step forward.

Who is Kamala Harris?
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Who is Kamala Harris?

U.S. President Joe Biden has bowed out of the 2024 election, supporting his Vice President to replace him. So, who is Kamala Harris?

Student protests have turned deadly in Bangladesh
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Bangladesh jobs quota scaled back after deadly protests

More than 30% of public service jobs were reserved for families of veterans who served in Bangladesh’s war of independence. The Supreme Court has now ordered that quota be reduced to around 5%.

joe biden drops out
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Joe Biden drops out of Presidential race

In a statement, Biden said: “I believe it is in the best interest of my party and the country for me to stand down”. He’ll remain in office until a new President comes to power in January.

Are nicotine pouches the new vape?

One of the world’s biggest tobacco manufacturers will build a $US600 million nicotine pouch factory.

Victorians urged to contact-trace intimate partners amid mpox cases
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Victoria residents urged to contact-trace intimate partners amid mpox cases

Victoria has recorded 80 cases of mpox this year, up from eight last year.

What is project 2025?

What is Project 2025?

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Here’s everything we know about Project 2025

Democrats have attacked Trump’s ties to the plan as some advisers from his first term have been involved. However, Trump has publicly distanced himself from it.

mass outages reported australia
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Mass outages reported across Australia

There are reports the outages are tied to a cybersecurity update by tech company Crowdstrike.

Student protests have turned deadly in Bangladesh
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At least 19 people have died during student protests in Bangladesh

Student protests have turned deadly in Bangladesh, where demonstrators are calling for an end to a “discriminatory” jobs quota system.

CFMEU allegations have raised questions about the link between the Labor Party and unions
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What is the relationship between unions and the Labor Party?

Criminal allegations against Australia’s construction union have raised questions about the link between the Labor Party and unions.

Why you’ve been hearing about Project 2025

You’ve likely heard of Project 2025.

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Craig Wright forced to admit by UK court he’s not Satoshi Nakamoto, didn’t invent Bitcoin

Scientist Craig Wright said he created the cryptocurrency under the name Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008, prompting a group of tech firms to launch legal action against him.

Putting newspapers behind bars
Culture

Putting newspapers behind bars

The IMF has predicted high inflation and interest rates
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IMF has predicted interest rates and inflation could stay higher for longer

The global economic institution, the IMF, has predicted inflation and interest rates will remain high in the coming year.

Should prisoners be allowed to read the news?

How do prisoners get information?

Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke has moved to appoint an administrator to overhaul the CFMEU
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The CFMEU will face an overhaul from an administrator over alleged criminal ties

Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke has moved to appoint an administrator to overhaul the CFMEU for alleged criminal links.

Inside the CFMEU corruption controversy

Criminal allegations against CFMEU

A Florida judge has dropped a criminal trial against Donald Trump after secret White House documents were found at his property.
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Trump’s secret White House documents case has been dropped

A Florida judge has dropped a criminal trial against Donald Trump after secret White House documents were found at his property.

The criminal allegations facing one of Australia’s biggest unions

One of Australia’s biggest unions – the Construction, Forestry and Maritime Employees’ Union (CFMEU) – is being investigated for alleged ties to criminal gangs and bikie groups in the wake of a Nine Network investigation.

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Culture Latest News

Victorian universities flag concerns about international student caps

The University of Melbourne and Monash University commissioned an analysis of the impacts of the proposed caps.

State of Origin Game III
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State of Origin Game III preview

The NSW Blues will take on the Queensland Maroons on Wednesday 17 July at 8:05pm at Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park), in Brisbane.

Inside Andrew Tate’s legal battles

Inside Andrew Tate’s legal battles

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