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New South Wales education authorities say they are committed to returning all students to the classroom beginning July 19, after the extended lock threw a wrench at the launch of Term 3. State Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said the situation was not ideal, but the department is confident that students will only learn from home…

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Police continue to investigate the susptected 1994 murder of model Revelle Balmain. Picture: NCA Newswire / Gaye Gerard Police have released an image of a man they believe could hold key information in relation to one of the nation’s most mysterious cold cases – the suspected 1994 murder of model Revelle Balmain. NSW Police are…

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Sky News host Andrew Bolt says a leading school in Scotland “has decided to cancel” Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird because of its so-called “racist white saviour narrative”. “White saviour is the white man coming to save the black. Terribly patronising. And this is not just happening in Britain. The book has been banned…

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In attempting to use “so-called women’s issues” against the Prime Minister, the Labor Party is “stereotyping women” on the basis of gender, according to Sky News host Peta Credlin. Her comments come after former MP Julia Banks accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of bully-boy behaviour and running an office that seeks to discredit outspoken women,…

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Two workers at the Olympic Village in Tokyo tested positive for COVID-19 days before the village was opened to athletes. The Tokyo Organizing Committee revealed that the couple tested positive last week and had been eating with two other village workers, the Tokyo Shimbun reported the media. Meals with other workers were prohibited by the…

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