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Monday's maths exams have been criticised by some students who did not feel prepared for the level of difficulty in new common questions. Test them here yourself.
Djab Wurrung man Zellanach Djab Mara said the Australian government 'had no consent or jurisdiction to remove that tree'.
ABC news director Gaven Morris criticised his own organisation for focusing too much on one audience at the expense of others. Was he right to do so?
City rejoices after months of lockdown ends, with the Premier warning there can be no full return to normal without a vaccine.
On the same day the Sydney Roosters severed ties with Belmore-bound Kyle Flanagan, they upped the ante in their quest to land Joseph Suaalli.
Jarome Luai declared allegiance to Samoa because he didn't believe he'd ever get picked for Origin. Now he is in the NSW squad.
The Prime Minister led a chorus of criticism after Premier Daniel Andrews delayed a highly anticipated announcement about the next stages of Melbourne’s reopening. Meanwhile, NSW has recorded no new locally acquired cases for three consecutive days. Follow our live coverage here.
Today, as the crisis accelerates in Europe and elsewhere, Victoria’s 'zero new cases' are the envy of the world.
On their first day in the Maroons camp, the Queensland skipper said his side was "certainly not lacking talent" despite "a lot of inexperience".
John O'Shea is hoping All Saints' Eve can celebrate her day with victory in the Golden Eagle.
James O'Connor has explained why last year's World Cup was frustrating on a personal level and revealed that No.10 is where he wants to remain at international level.
Melbourne winger will commemorate his second premiership with a new tattoo, and still has plenty of room to mark a third title with his future Sydney club.
Both major parties have traded blows over the release of detailed breakdowns for their multibillion-dollar pledges, with Labor's showing one health promise came with a catch.
Josh Frydenberg will wait for an independent review of the expenses affair at the corporate watchdog before naming a new deputy commissioner.
Everything Melbourne has endured, it has done so on behalf of the rest of Australia.
Federal police officers have started contacting Australian women who were subject to invasive body searches at Doha airport.
Premier Daniel Andrews has pressed ahead with plans to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions.
Nurse infected at Box Hill Hospital transmitted COVID-19 to members of her household in the Melbourne's north, sparking cluster that stalled city's reopening.
Kate Rubins voted electronically from the International Space Station while floating near a sign that read "ISS voting booth".
Ellyse Perry made her long-awaited return to the game at North Sydney Oval and proved her worth as Australia's best female all-rounder.
That the Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Vixens and Richmond won premierships while living in hubs is extraordinary. Many of their interstate competitors had it easier.
The incident occurred during a protest at a makeshift Kangaroo Point immigration detention facility on Sunday, the site of months-long focus from demonstrators.
While Melbourne religious leaders are relieved that physical services can resume, they say the number of worshippers allowed could safely have been higher.
Kyle Daniels allegedly touched the girls during swimming lessons in 2018 and 2019.
Several roads in northern Sydney are closed on Monday morning due to rain, which is set to ease in the evening.
Epidemiologists say Sutton and Cheng's hardline approach has been vindicated, but contact tracers will have their job cut out for them as Victorians start mixing.
Indian cricket boss Sourav Ganguly says the tourists will do what it takes to get ready for the blockbuster Test series against Australia this summer.
Departmental forecasts predict a wave of companies will fail without enough money to cover wages, which has been held off by JobKeeper and bankruptcy changes.
An exclusive Ipsos poll for the Herald reveals 63 per cent of voters are concerned that NSW could follow Victoria and see the state hit with a high number of COVID-19 cases.
While landlords must still pay a 3 per cent surcharge they can benefit from the underlying tax cut
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