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SA Premier ‘grateful’ that Putin recognises SA policies against Russia

At a meeting, South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas was asked about being listed as the first Australian premier to be sanctioned by Russia. "I am...

Zelenskyy’s UN address brings Russia’s war crimes to fore, seeks Nuremberg-like tribunal

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused Russian troops of gruesome atrocities in Ukraine, telling the United Nations Security Council those responsible should face war crimes charges at a Nuremberg-like...

Ukraine rejects proposal of human corridor through Russia, Belarus

Russia is trying to manipulate French President Emmanuel Macron and other Western leaders by demanding humanitarian corridors for Ukraine exit through Russia or Belarus,...

White House warns Ukraine invasion by Russia could start ‘any time’

Ukraine's president has said his country is being threatened by a "big war" amid warnings by the White House that an invasion could begin...
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Newspaper columnist writes Nick Kyrgios should be deported, faces backlash for racism

A column published in a major Australian newspaper that suggested tennis ace Nick Kyrgios should surrender his passport and be deported has been labelled...
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July 7: The Gone Game S2 on Voot Select Season 2 of this hit series dives into the post-pandemic world where secrets of the lockdown...

Delays at Sydney Airport as wet weather, staff shortages add to flyers’ woes

Staff shortages, wet weather and school holidays have seen Sydney Airport plunged into chaos again today as hundred of thousands of travellers flood through check-in gates. Huge queues across...

Five police cars hit in two separate Melbourne crashes

Five police cars have been damaged in Melbourne in two separate incidents just hours apart. Fortunately, no police officers were injured as civilian drivers crashed into the police cars. Officers...