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Zero cases but restrictions to remain in NSW
There were no new cases of community transmission in NSW as testing rates doubled, but the Premier says restrictions won’t be rolled back until next week.
Trump’s farewell: our movement is just beginning
Donald Trump defends his record as President in farewell address; Mitch McConnell blames him for inciting riots, fuelling speculation he’ll vote to convict him at impeachment.
Trump leaves party split over how to treat his legacy
Republican heavyweights are squaring off against each other over whether the party should break from Donald Trump or allow him to remain as their kingmaker.
What happens to the nuclear codes?
Donald Trump’s refusal to attend inauguration complicates handover of nuclear ‘football’ to new President.
If we can fly in tennis stars, why not stranded Aussies?
Tennis Australia has shown the way. So why does Scott Morrison continue to outsource decisions about getting Australians home?
Schools forced to teach green activism
Lessons in climate change, how to protest would be compulsory at all schools worldwide as part of the Paris Agreement.
China flicks the electric switch in car revolution
China has sealed the death of the internal combustion engine, as a series of hi-tech deals lock in a future of electric vehicles.
Up to 600 academics recruited by China
The CCP has recruited hundreds of scientists and scholars at Australian tertiary and government research institutions.
Hints of Trumpism in Andrews, McGowan
Before saying we will never be Trumped, we should understand just what Trump was. Is there more of Trump in us than we admit?
Albanese confident he’ll lead at election
Labor leader Anthony Albanese rejects poll, says he has what it takes to beat Scott Morrison.