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  1. Self-driving race cars reach blistering speed at inaugural race

    Self-driving race cars reach blistering speed at inaugural race

    A team of computer programmers and engineers from a German university are crowned the inaugural champions of self-driving cars around one of the world's most famous racetracks.

  2. South Korea's Jin Young Ko set to become world number one again after winning LPGA's Ladies Championship

    South Korea's Jin Young Ko set to become world number one again after winning LPGA's Ladies Championship

    Ko is projected to return to the top ranking in women's golf after beating fellow South Korean Hee Jeong Lim in a playoff, while Australia's  Minjee Lee finishes tied for 12th place.

  3. WA to get Bunnings vaccination clinics as government plans more hubs in Perth suburbs

    WA to get Bunnings vaccination clinics as government plans more hubs in Perth suburbs

    West Australians will soon be able to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at some Bunnings stores, as the WA government sets up pop-up clinics across the state.

  4. Report uncovers harassment and choking death at NT Regis Tiwi aged care home

    Report uncovers harassment and choking death at NT Regis Tiwi aged care home

    Instances of suffering, harassment and staffing shortages at Darwin's NT Regis Tiwi aged care home are detailed in a new report. Prior to the report's release, the NT government said it would send additional elderly patients there to free up beds at the Royal Darwin Hospital.

  5. Picasso artworks fetch more than $134 million at Las Vegas auction

    Picasso artworks fetch more than $134 million at Las Vegas auction

    Eleven Picasso artworks that helped turn Las Vegas into an unlikely destination for art have been sold at an auction for more than $134 million.

  6. WA Police reveal search for passenger vehicle seen in area where Cleo Smith disappeared

    WA Police reveal search for passenger vehicle seen in area where Cleo Smith disappeared

    WA police reveal they are searching for a passenger vehicle seen in the Blowholes area when four-year-old Cleo Smith disappeared a week ago.

  7. ACT records nine new cases of COVID-19, with 20 people in hospital with the virus

    ACT records nine new cases of COVID-19, with 20 people in hospital with the virus

    The ACT records nine new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, as Canberra's vaccination rate tops 87 per cent.

  8. This 71-year-old Canberra man loves his community — and his heartfelt internet reviews are going viral

    This 71-year-old Canberra man loves his community — and his heartfelt internet reviews are going viral

    It could be a local butcher, a war memorial or a leafy park. Either way, Canberra's Bill Perkovic probably wants to review it — and his reviews have amassed over eight million views in just one short year.

  9. ACT records 24 new cases of COVID-19 as first weekend of eased retail restrictions begins

    ACT records 24 new cases of COVID-19 as first weekend of eased retail restrictions begins

    The ACT records 24 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, as Canberrans begin their first weekend since both essential and non-essential retail outlets were permitted to reopen.

  10. Does exercise hold the key to a therapy for the ageing brain?

    Does exercise hold the key to a therapy for the ageing brain?

    We all know moving your body is important for heart health, wellbeing, and maintaining a healthy weight — but exercise also has benefits for your brain.