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  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    CAMPAIGNERS CALL ON PERTH COUNCILS TO END ‘VACCINE STATUS SEGREGATION'

    Mayors and councillors across the state are in the line of sight of anti-vaxxer and pro-choice campaigners who have set up a coordinated...

    Vaccination
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    DRAKE WITHDRAWS HIMSELF FROM COMPETITION FOR 2022 GRAMMY AWARDS

    The chart-topping rapper and singer's withdrawal is just the latest problem for the embattled awards.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    INQUEST HEARS DETAILS OF HANNAH CLARKE'S HAUNTING LAST WORDS

    Hannah's last words were also revealed during a pre-inquest hearing on Tuesday, ahead of a full coronial inquiry next year.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    MAN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDERING FORMER PARTNER IN FRONT OF THEIR CHILDREN

    Noeline Dalzell was fatally stabbed by her ex-partner James Fairhall as their children tried to protect her.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    RECENT INTERNATIONAL ARRIVAL LIKELY SOURCE OF SOUTH-WEST SYDNEY OMICRON CLUSTER

    A growing cluster of COVID-19 cases in south-west Sydney infected with the new Omicron variant has been linked to a man who recently...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    ‘SHOW UP IN FORCE': DOGS, ROOS TO PLAY ON GOOD FRIDAY IN 2022

    North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs have retained the standalone Good Friday game for the 2022 season.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    QANTAS VOWS TO ‘DEFEND OUR TURF' AGAINST BUDGET CHALLENGER BONZA

    Qantas boss Alan Joyce has questioned the new start-up carrier Bonza's ability to find new routes that are currently unserved by incumbent...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    WHY DO WE NEED VACCINE BOOSTERS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?

    What does the science say about boosters? Are they being tweaked for new variants? And how many are we likely to need?

    Vaccination
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    BITCOIN ‘FLASH CRASH' SHATTERS THE CRYPTO ILLUSION

    Last weekend's crypto meltdown has shown that the new asset class has an exaggerated correlation with other risky assets. That's not...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    BEST IN SHOW: THE TV HIGHLIGHTS OF A YEAR LIKE NO OTHER

    There was so much great TV in 2021, our panel of critics couldn't settle on one single winner.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    CAN PRINCE HARRY'S RIFT WITH HIS FATHER EVER BE HEALED?

    The already fragile relationship between the heir to the throne and his youngest son appears at breaking point after Harry claimed...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    ‘I SENSE SOMETHING THERE': HOW MARY FOWLER CAN HELP SAM KERR GET EVEN BETTER

    Think you've seen the best of Sam Kerr? Think again. Tony Gustavsson believes her young Matildas teammate can help the Australian captain...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    ‘LOOK AT YOUR PEOPLE': WHAT AUSTRALIA'S SCREEN INDUSTRY CAN LEARN FROM ENCANTO

    Disney's new animated blockbuster - a magical-realist family fable set in Colombia - should inspire us to tell our own diverse stories,...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    THEY BOUGHT A PUPPY FOR THEIR SON IN LOCKDOWN. STRATA DID SOMETHING ‘ABSURD'

    When health worker Georgia Dawson applied for permission to keep her dog in her apartment, she was stunned by the response.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    EASDEN WAS THE CONSUMMATE DESIGNER

    Gerald Easden contributed greatly to many memorable design outcomes in Australia during his 66-year career.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    HALF OF ALL AUSTRALIAN WOMEN SEXUALLY HARASSED: SURVEY

    Inappropriate comments about women's bodies or sex life were the most common form of sexual harassment experienced according to the...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    NEW CASE LINKED TO GOLD COAST CLUSTER BELIEVED TO HAVE TRAVELLED TO NSW

    Health Minister Yvette D'Ath said the case was linked to an existing cluster in the region which now stands at four people.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    TAIWAN RACES TO CONTAIN INVASION - OF CANE TOADS

    The first reports of wild cane toad sightings in Taiwan surfaced a few weeks ago. Environmentalists warn that quick action is needed...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    THE NATION'S WORKERS STRIKE A NEW-NORMAL BALANCE

    The nation's workers have used the pandemic and lockdowns as a time of deep reflection and a chance to rethink the place work holds...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Dec 7, 2021

    JIMMY ANDERSON OUT OF FIRST ASHES TEST

    England's greatest wicket-taker Jimmy Anderson is out of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba with a calf complaint - the same type of...