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Cops release new images of racist 'swastika man' accused of using a makeshift flamethrower in attempt to burn an indigenous mother and her teenage daughter

Police have released images of man who allegedly tried to set an indigenous mum and her daughter alight with a makeshift flamethrower as detectives ramp up their ... WA Police want to speak ... read more

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Morrison will decide 'over the course of the year' whether to allow international travel – as it happened

This blog is now closed Michael McGowan and Nino Bucci Paul Karp Scott Morrison has held a phone hook-up with world leaders including the prime minister of Norway to discuss coronavirus and the ... read more

Coronavirus Australia live: stranded Victorians return from Sydney as tourism industry warned international border could be shut all year

Twenty-five of Sydney’s 35 local government areas were downgraded from ‘red’ to ‘orange’ zones on Monday night. Follow latest updates Nino Bucci And in case you missed it, Australia’s ... read more

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Victorians can now travel to Western Australia without quarantining as Premier Mark McGowan eases further coronavirus restrictions

The change will allow Optus Stadium to host 45,000 fans for West Coast's round one AFL clash with ... of hotel quarantine and border workers. WA Police and Department of Fire and Emergency ... read more

New resource challenges racist history as B.C.’s 150th year approaches

A new educational resource looks at British Columbia’s long history of racist policies and the resiliency of the many Indigenous, Black and racialized ... made available as Black History Month wraps ... read more

The Weekend Jolt

An ambitious career woman looking to make her next big jump up the ladder? Get her Dana Perino’s Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman). read more

Mayor of Terrace calls for ombudsperson's probe into Indigenous councillor's resignation

The mayor of Terrace, B.C., is calling for an ombudsperson's investigation into the conduct of city council following the resignation of its first Indigenous member. In a written statement posted on ... read more

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This update offers a snapshot of recent activity, including Miriam Giguere, PhD, head of the Department of Performing Arts and professor in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, who was awarded ... read more

UK parole board says Anzac Day terrorist attack plotter can be released

A British parole board has ruled the country's youngest convicted terrorist, who was jailed for life for plotting to murder Australian police on Anzac Day in 2015, can be set free. The now 20-year ... read more

628 pages of relief bill read aloud because of senator

IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi told reporters in Vienna it was not up to him to say whether Iran's move to hold ... block chain technology and bitcoin.” The Capitol Police have requested that ... read more

Israelis raced in Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia: team manager

"We waited for weeks... for the authorisation to enter the country with our Israeli passports to participate in this rally and we are glad we did not give up," he added. According to Israeli media ... read more

Renewable Energy Is Not the Chief Cause of Texas' Power Outages

With respect to the current episode, about half of Texas' wind turbines did freeze up. However, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, a power grid operator, generally calculates that the ... read more

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