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Australia's relay team breaks records
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Good news: Australia’s women’s relay team breaks records

The 4x100m relay team were led by Australia’s fastest woman, 19-year-old Torrie Lewis.

Health Services Union secretary Gerard Hayes while announcing a significant pay increase for aged care workers in Australia today.
Latest News

Aged care pay increase of up to 28% approved by Fair Work

“This is one of the best outcomes this union has ever achieved,” Health Services Union secretary Gerard Hayes said in a press conference this afternoon.

100 new species have been discovered off the coast of New Zealand, including new fish, snail and coral.
Latest Science

Good news: 100 new species discovered in New Zealand

In today’s good news, 100 new species have been discovered off the coast of New Zealand, including new fish, snail and coral.

frozen embryos same rights as children Alabama
Latest World

Frozen embryos now have the same rights as children in Alabama

A court in the U.S. state of Alabama has ruled that frozen embryos have the same legal rights as children.

why is taylor swift so popular
Culture

Why is Taylor Swift so popular?

From her global economic impact to record-breaking Grammy wins, Swift’s influence is undeniable. So why is Taylor Swift so popular?

Latest World

Putin’s biggest critic is dead. What was Alexei Navalny’s cause of death?

Russia’s Opposition leader Alexei Navalny died in jail at 47. Russia’s prison service said his cause of death is “being established.”

Same-sex marriage is now legal in Greece
Latest World

Same-sex marriage is now legal in Greece

Greece has become the first Orthodox Christian nation to pass laws to allow marriage between same-sex couples.

Who is Prabowo Subianto, Indonesia's likely new President?
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Who is Prabowo Subianto, the likely next President of Indonesia?

Early results show former military general Prabowo Subianto is likely to become Indonesia’s next President.

Unemployment rate january 2024
Economics Latest Politics

The unemployment rate has hit a two-year high

Australia’s unemployment rate has climbed to 4.1% for the first time since January 2022, rising from record low rates.

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