The Australian Daily News - January 21 (8:00 pm)


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Leaders’ warning on ‘Invasion Day’ rallies

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has joined her Victorian counterpart in issuing a stern message as thousands of protesters prepare to march across the country on Australia Day.

Time for work, not disrespect: Biden reverses Trump orders

In his first hours as President, Joe Biden warns staff ‘I will fire you on the spot’ if they disrespect others and reverses Trump-era executive orders.

If America is to repair itself, there must be a ceasefire

Republicans need to cease apologising and accept the Trump presidency for the train wreck it was, and Democrats need to stop exaggerating the irreversibility of its impacts.

Civil rights hero centre stage as Harris sworn in

Kamala Harris and her husband made history of their own when she was sworn in as America’s vice-president.

PM sparks row over colonial suffering

Scott Morrison has ignited an Australia Day controversy by suggesting convicts were aligned with Indigenous Australians in dealing with tough conditions.

Barty caught flouting virus rules

World number one tennis champion Ash Barty has been forced to apologise after being spotted shopping in Melbourne without a mask.

Sub disaster surfaces as PM’s nightmare sinks in

Scott Morrison and Andrew Hastie appear finally to have discovered why our $220bn submarine project went so horribly wrong.

Looks familiar, but who is Jen Psaki?

No barbs, promises of transparency, no personal attacks: Joe Biden’s White House press secretary ushers in return to ‘normal’ press briefings.

Former presidents, stars on hand for inauguration concert

A-listers turned out en masse for a star-studded concert that replaced the traditional bevy of balls, while Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama united as inauguration day ended with a bang.

The words a divided US wanted and needed to hear

Joe Biden spoke directly to a country struggling with a deadly pandemic, a battered economy and deep political divisions.

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