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Chilling warning for anti-vax protesters who caused chaos around Australia – and their ‘freedom’ rallies could end up extending Victoria’s lockdown and become a superspreader event in Sydney

Eliza Mcphee, Sam McPhee & Brett Lackey | dailymail.co.uk Immunologist Peter Doherty has warned those who are unvaccinated are the most likely to die from Covid Victoria Police said protests in Melbourne could result in the city’s lockdown being extended … Continue reading

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Trans-Pacific trade negotiations ‘on track’

Chris Zappone The Age The latest round of negotiations in the ambitious nine-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement concluded in Melbourne this week, with members suggesting the deal was on track ahead of the year-end goal for completion. Australia’s chief negotiator Hamish … Continue reading

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Economic refugees flee Sydney for NYC

Brigid Delaney Sydney Morning Herald I finish my delicious, very large chicken and salad sandwich ($5), before taking the train ($2.25) home to my massive apartment ($400 a week), stopping off on the way at a bar to meet some … Continue reading

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Casual workers forced to wear barcodes

Clay Lucas The Age CASUAL workers at a warehouse in Melbourne’s west are being required to wear – and pay for – armbands identifying them as non-permanent staff. The armbands contain employee numbers on barcodes and must be used to … Continue reading

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Eight glasses of water a myth – academic

Sydney Morning Herald AAP DRINKING eight glasses of water a day to lose weight and stay healthy is a myth, a Melbourne academic says. Australian recommendations suggest an adequate daily fluid intake is about 2.8 litres for women and 3.4 … Continue reading

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Australian Clinic Uses IVF to Search out and Destroy Embryos With Cancer Gene

LifeSiteNews MELBOURNE, February 16, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The eugenic practice of genetic testing to screen out the “unfit” has moved a step forward in Australia. Nathan Charles Runciman, a child born January 20, was conceived in a lab by in … Continue reading

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Rare mutations tied to breast, pancreatic cancers: study

Genevra Pittman Reuters Mutations in genes that fix mismatched DNA may put people at extra risk for breast cancer and pancreatic cancer, in addition to their well-known ties to colon and endometrial cancers, a new report suggests. But close relatives … Continue reading

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Pedestrians will rule roost in CBD laneways

Kelsey Munro Sydney Morning Herald SYDNEY’S CBD laneways are set to be transformed into shared zones where pedestrians have right of way and cars are limited to 10km/h, under a $53 million City of Sydney plan to emulate Melbourne’s laneway … Continue reading

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Body scanning legislation going ahead

Source: Herald Sun BODY scanners are soon to be installed across all Australian international airports as part of a Government plan to beef up anti-terrorism measures. Legislation allowing for the scanners, designed to locate metal and non-metal items under clothing, … Continue reading

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Deadly mosquito virus on rise in Australia

Source: 7News Cases of a deadly mosquito-borne virus increased dramatically in Australia last year, with further outbreaks possible this summer. Three people died and there were 16 confirmed cases of Murray Valley encephalitis virus in 2011, according to an article … Continue reading

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