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  1. Richmond scores historic first AFLW win with 47-point thrashing of Geelong

    Richmond scores historic first AFLW win with 47-point thrashing of Geelong

    After 10 consecutive defeats since debuting in the AFLW last year, the Tigers finally break their drought with a comprehensive victory over the Cats in Geelong.

  2. Federal government MP Nicolle Flint says she will quit federal politics at next election

    Federal government MP Nicolle Flint says she will quit federal politics at next election

    Federal Government MP Nicolle Flint confirms she will not contest the next election. The Member for the South Australian seat of Boothby says she has informed the Prime Minister she will not stand for preselection again.

  3. UK Supreme Court rules Shamima Begum, who joined Islamic State, cannot return to Britain

    UK Supreme Court rules Shamima Begum, who joined Islamic State, cannot return to Britain

    A British-born woman who ran away to join the Islamic State group as a teenager has lost her bid to return to the UK to fight for the restoration of her citizenship

  4. White spot prawn disease now endemic to wild populations in Queensland's Moreton Bay region

    White spot prawn disease now endemic to wild populations in Queensland's Moreton Bay region

    White spot disease is now endemic in wild prawn populations in south-east Queensland's Moreton Bay region, ravaging the local industry and sparking calls for increased biosecurity.

  5. Man charged after alleged assault on volunteer at WA election early polling booth

    Man charged after alleged assault on volunteer at WA election early polling booth

    Police have charged a 52-year-old man with assault after he allegedly hit a man several times who was volunteering on Labor MP Sabine Winton's re-election campaign in Wanneroo, in Perth's northern suburbs.

  6. Mitch McConnell says he would support Donald Trump if he were to win Republican nomination in 2024

    Mitch McConnell says he would support Donald Trump if he were to win Republican nomination in 2024

    The Senate Minority Leader says there is still "a lot to happen between now" and the next presidential election, but says he would "absolutely" support Donald Trump if he were to win the Republican nomination again.

  7. Weston Creek Children's Centre director accused of defrauding business has bail refused

    Weston Creek Children's Centre director accused of defrauding business has bail refused

    A Canberra childcare centre director is denied bail after being charged with 23 counts of fraud, with further charges expected.

  8. Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID vaccines are not yet approved for kids. How are clinical trials run for children?

    Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID vaccines are not yet approved for kids. How are clinical trials run for children?

    Neither of Australia's COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for children — yet. Why not? And how are clinical trials run for kids?

  9. An abundance of peacocks in Canberra suburb of Narrabundah has drivers frequently hitting fowl

    An abundance of peacocks in Canberra suburb of Narrabundah has drivers frequently hitting fowl

    Narrabundah locals have shared their streets with peafowl for decades. Now they fear for the future of their diminutive neighbours, after several have been hit by cars in recent months.

  10. Tiger Woods had no memory of crash, data recorder recovered from car

    Tiger Woods had no memory of crash, data recorder recovered from car

    Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Carlos Gonzalez, who arrived first at the crash scene, says Tiger Woods had no idea how serious his condition was.