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Collingwood President Eddie McGuire responds to Heritier Lumumba’s racism allegations

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Victoria records two Covid cases and two deaths as Melbourne lockdown lifts and Coalition continues Andrews attack – politics live – The Guardian

Rules eased but 25km limit and compulsory masks remain. In Canberra, Senate estimates and parliament resume and, in Queensland, Palaszczuk and Frecklington face…

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Rules eased but 25km limit and compulsory masks remain. In Canberra, Senate estimates and parliament resume and, in Queensland, Palaszczuk and Frecklington face off before Saturdays election. Follow live

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Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria records two new cases as state’s retail, hospitality restrictions lifted; NSW border decision to depend on Qld election as Australian death toll jumps to 907 – The Sydney Morning Herald

Retail stores, pubs, restaurants and cafes reopen in Melbourne on Wednesday on the back of two days with no cases, while NSW hopes to continue its promising week…

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“What we, all of us as Victorians, have built is a precious thing but it is fragile,” Premier Daniel Andrews said yesterday.
“We want everyone to be vigilant, and understand that … we can’t take it for granted.”
The Burnet Institute’s Mike Toole, who at the end of the first wave of the pandemic raised concerns about the speed at which restrictions were lifted, said he was buoyed by the government’s current cautious approach.
He said he expected restrictions on household gatherings to ease some…

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‘The kids didn’t need that’: Premier confident school email culprit will be found – Sydney Morning Herald

Police are working to identify the sender of threatening emails which caused 20 Sydney high schools to be evacuated while students were completing HSC exams.

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian is confident police will identify the sender of threatening emails which caused 20 Sydney high schools to be evacuated while some students were completing their HSC exams.
The cybercrime squad are investigating after anonymous emails, which police understand are linked, were sent to the schools about 11am on Tuesday.
Students from Willoughby Public School return to school on Tuesday afternoon after being evacuated when the adjacent high school received threatening emails.Credit:Janie…

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