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  1. Scathing report blames Boris Johnson for British government parties during COVID-19 lockdown

    Scathing report blames Boris Johnson for British government parties during COVID-19 lockdown

    A long-awaited report into secret parties held at 10 Downing Street while Britain was locked down during its first COVID-19 wave blames the government's senior leadership team.

  2. Researchers buoyed by increased number of critically endangered monarch butterflies in Mexico

    Researchers buoyed by increased number of critically endangered monarch butterflies in Mexico

    Researchers are quietly hopeful after recording an increase in the number of critically endangered monarch butterflies arriving in Mexico after a decades-long population collapse.

  3. Pfizer to offer low-cost vaccines and medicines in some of world's poorest nations

    Pfizer to offer low-cost vaccines and medicines in some of world's poorest nations

    Pfizer says it will provide its current and future patent-protected medicines and vaccines at not-for-profit prices in 45 low-income countries in a bid to bridge health inequities.

  4. British government approves sanctioned Russian Roman Abramovich's sale of Chelsea football club

    British government approves sanctioned Russian Roman Abramovich's sale of Chelsea football club

    Roman Abramovich's 19-year ownership of Chelsea is ending, with the British government approving the sanctioned Russian oligarch's sale of the Premier League club.

  5. China seeks region-wide Pacific Islands agreement, FSM decries draft plan as threatening 'regional stability'

    China seeks region-wide Pacific Islands agreement, FSM decries draft plan as threatening 'regional stability'

    China will seek a region-wide deal with almost a dozen Pacific islands, covering policing, security and data communications cooperation.

  6. Thousands of residents, Melbourne Airport left in the dark following power outage

    Thousands of residents, Melbourne Airport left in the dark following power outage

    Energy company Jemena says that more than 34,000 customers in Melbourne's north-west are without power.

  7. Two men accused of running Breaking Bad-style meth lab hidden on rural property near Braidwood face court

    Two men accused of running Breaking Bad-style meth lab hidden on rural property near Braidwood face court

    Two men involved in a large-scale methamphetamine lab discovered near Braidwood in 2020 plead guilty to manufacturing a prohibited drug in Queanbeyan Local Court.

  8. Teen accused of stabbing death at Weston Creek Skate Park picked up knife to protect himself, court hears

    Teen accused of stabbing death at Weston Creek Skate Park picked up knife to protect himself, court hears

    A boy on trial in the ACT Supreme Court for killing an 18-year-old man at a Canberra skate park gives a graphic account of how he stabbed the victim's cousin but continues to deny he killed the other man.

  9. Barnaby Joyce's leadership of Nationals hangs in the balance, as deputy David Littleproud circles

    Barnaby Joyce's leadership of Nationals hangs in the balance, as deputy David Littleproud circles

    David Littleproud's backers say he is the best person to "unite the party" as the Coalition looks to rebuild itself in opposition.

  10. Federal election live: Vote count continues as Albanese returns to Australia to finalise frontbench

    Federal election live: Vote count continues as Albanese returns to Australia to finalise frontbench

    Prime Minister Anthony Albanese looks to finalise his frontbench as Labor inches closer to forming a majority government. Follow live.