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George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police has sparked widespread unrest in the United States with more than 40 cities in lockdown and demonstrations across the country.
It's the start of a long weekend and we're here for every minute of a Friday night double kicking off with everyone's sentimental favourites facing the Panthers.
Essendon and North Melbourne will kick-off their trip to Sydney next Sunday for games against the Swans and the Giants with an 8am flight from Tullamarine.
The organisers of an anti-racism demonstration that could see 20,000 protesters gather in central Melbourne on Saturday have defied authorities' pleas for them to call it off amid fears of a coronavirus spike.
Police are the Department of Communities are searching for a 14-year-old girl missing since the end of May.
A Queensland judge has warned that a violent attack which left a policeman fighting for his life has the potential to encourage US-style police brutality.
Everything you need to know to pick a winner on the nine-race card.
Janice Hamilton sued the State of NSW in 2013 alleging her partner Ken Dyers was maliciously pursued by police.
Football Victoria has given a registration fee holiday to community clubs and also hopes to persuade top tier NPL teams to commence the season in July.
President Trump must be told that his job is to unite and not divide Americans.
National security laws are expected to sail through Parliament, while an expert suggests helping Australian sectors vulnerable to Chinese political coercion.
There have been plenty of bite-sized upsides to the lockdown – new skills, fresh loves and a greater appreciation of the need for treats, big and small.
CA says its revenue projection was based on the possibility that India may not be able to play the lucrative Test and one-day international series this summer.
The Mornington Peninsula Shire wants beach box owners to have a local connection, but owners are angry about the proposed changes.
Manly’s clash with Brisbane on Thursday at Central Coast Stadium will be the first time limited numbers of fans will be able to attend a live game since the lockdown.
Brisbane's playing group paused to take a knee at the Gabba on Friday in a powerful show of support for the club's Indigenous collective.
Bankstown food outlets are renowned for the many cultures that exist side by side in Sydney's southwest.
Anger continues to grow over Rio Tinto's decision to blow up an ancient Aboriginal heritage site at a Pilbara mine.
One of Indonesia's top diplomats says he does not want a coronavirus vaccine - and believes physical exercise is the key to fighting the virus.
The AAP board has entered exclusive negotiations with a group of investors bidding to salvage the newswire, but its boss warns there will still be job losses.
CCTV from one of the properties shows the horrifying moment the masked men smashed their way inside, before striding in to confront the occupants.
Northern Rivers sprinter Snitz has earned Kosciuszko favouritism, and a win in Saturday's Bob Charley Stakes could lift him into Everest contention.
COVID-19 restrictions have relaxed and nature lovers have planned their escape. It's going to be a cold Queen's Birthday but the Aussie outdoor industry is feeling the warmth.
Two police officers in Buffalo, New York have been suspended without pay after a video showed them shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground.
A man who stabbed his partner 55 times and tried to hide the murder by setting fire to her Ballarat home has been jailed for 29 years.
Godolphin trainer James Cummings says the culmination of four separate preparations and the sacrifice of a number of his staff will come to a head in the Stradbroke.
Royal Randwick would have been a worthwhile substitute. Alas, being on the barred list, seeking a hole in the fence is the only option for live action.
Dungeons is a fun adaptation of the series' iconic blocky graphics to a totally different genre, even if it features absolutely no mining or crafting.
The latest work by Sydney Morning Herald editorial cartoonist Cathy Wilcox.
Academics and artists have been left behind in the politicisation of COVID-19.
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