The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is buying billions in sovereign government bonds.
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One of Australia's biggest life insurers is trying to avoid payouts to customers who die from COVID-19, including frontline doctors.
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A new study has found that a mother’s gut bugs can affect their baby’s food allergies.
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Researchers have investigated the strength of virtual learning environments.
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Industry insiders say childcare centres across the country could start closing in coming days.
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Different states have announced various new rules to keep school students and broader public safe.
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Services Australia is scrambling to hire new staff as COVID-19 leaves legions on the dole.
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The Defence Force is moving soldiers out of Iraq and Afghanistan to protect their safety.

A Queensland public hospital service is being sued over alleged medical negligence.
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A Brisbane councillor is calling for the resignation of LNP members after being cleared by the state’s corruption watchdog.
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An Interim Administrator has been brought in to run the Whittlesea City Council.
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The Victorian Government has taken over an award-winning road to stop it being destroyed by the Geelong council.
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New welfare recipients will not be forced onto controversial cashless debit cards.
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Queensland local government elections are going ahead.
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Some older prisoners may be released after New South Wales passed a special COVID-19 bill.
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Two prominent NSW irrigators have been found guilty of illegally taking water.
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A NSW council will soon ask its community whether it wants to remove fluoride from the public water supply.
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The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) has entered into a new partnership that it says will boost technology use and innovation in the water sector.
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A new study suggests carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a real option for Queensland.
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Experts say the global COVID-19 shutdown should not be an excuse to stop climate action.
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A cutting-edge team has been formed to search for the oldest stars and galaxies in our universe.
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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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