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  1. Apple AirTags pulled from shelves in Officeworks over child safety fears

    Apple AirTags pulled from shelves in Officeworks over child safety fears

    The ACCC says it is "urgently engaging with Apple" after Officeworks pulls the company's new AirTag range from sale over fears about the ease of access to the compartment for the button battery.

  2. Emergency services respond to fire at Risdon Prison

    Emergency services respond to fire at Risdon Prison

    Dozens of police, fire crews and ambulances are at Hobart's Risdon Prison responding to a fire at the site.

  3. Queenslanders who visited COVID exposure sites in Sydney ordered to quarantine

    Queenslanders who visited COVID exposure sites in Sydney ordered to quarantine

    People in Queensland who have been to any of the declared exposure sites in Sydney are being told to quarantine immediately.

  4. SA magistrate 'will not sit in court' while sexual harassment complaint investigated

    SA magistrate 'will not sit in court' while sexual harassment complaint investigated

    A South Australian magistrate who has had a sexual harassment allegation levelled against him will not sit in court while the Judicial Conduct Commissioner investigates the claims.

  5. Jayden Penno-Tompsett became 'aggravated' over missing drugs before walking into bushland, inquest hears

    Jayden Penno-Tompsett became 'aggravated' over missing drugs before walking into bushland, inquest hears

    Missing man Jayden Penno-Tompsett became "aggravated" over drugs he had bought for New Year's Eve in 2017, then strode into bushland near Charters Towers and disappeared, his friend tells his inquest.

  6. Myanmar students, Olympic hopeful welcome Australia's move to extend their visas after brutal coup at home

    Myanmar students, Olympic hopeful welcome Australia's move to extend their visas after brutal coup at home

    Myanmar students living in Australia welcome a move to extend their visas so they can remain here lawfully after a brutal coup by the military in their homeland.

  7. NT farmers and businesses push for second quarantine facility near Darwin

    NT farmers and businesses push for second quarantine facility near Darwin

    Agriculture and hospitality groups propose another Howard Springs-style quarantine village outside Darwin, to bring in much-needed overseas workers.

  8. After a near-record wet March in the south-east, we've just had a near-record dry April

    After a near-record wet March in the south-east, we've just had a near-record dry April

    The nation's south-east experiences one of the driest Aprils ever, after wading through the second-wettest March on record — but the rain is set to make a wintry return.

  9. Majority of Australians have concerns about vaccine rollout, new study says

    Majority of Australians have concerns about vaccine rollout, new study says

    A new study reveals vaccine hesitancy remaining stable after the change in advice regarding the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine but suggests some groups remain more hesitant than others.

  10. Top Australian gymnastics coaches banned for 18 months for verbal abuse in secret 2013 finding

    Top Australian gymnastics coaches banned for 18 months for verbal abuse in secret 2013 finding

    The only Australian woman to have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in women's artistic gymnastics is coached by two Russians who were suspended for 18 months for verbal abuse of another gymnast in 2013.