We say what people are thinking and cover the issues that get people talking balancing Australian and global moments — from politics to pop culture. Read more News Headlines and Breaking News Stories at Herald Sun Features the latest business, sport, entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and technology news. The Premier should have insisted on help to combat Victoria’s COVID-19 outbreak ... and the PM should have insisted it be accepted.Governments have reached an agreement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations about how to reduce Indigenous disadvantage.What We Do in the Shadows, Watchmen and Toni Collette are already winners in our critics’ eyes.Copyright The Australian.
Have they cut ties forever?The ACCC has slammed governance of the $1.5bn Murray-Darling water market, but rejected calls to bar independent traders.A shopping centre, restaurants and a church are among 11 venues Queensland contact tracers have linked to two teens who returned from Melbourne with COVID-19.A simple blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease is one step closer after scientists measured concentrations of a protein biomarker in the blood.The spur-of-the-moment weekend away is no more.
A person is racially abused on a bus. Breaking news and headlines from Australia and the World. Meantime, world No.1 Ash Barty will not travel to the US.Macquarie Group says its operating groups' contribution to profit was "slightly down" compared with the same period last year as the bank navigated the pandemic uncertainty.The Fitness First gym in St Leonards has temporarily closed after NSW Health discovered a person with coronavirus visited the gym on Monday, July 27.Injured Warriors winger Selestino Ravutaumada can't play in the NRL, yet he can't return home either after being barred from entering New Zealand.The woman is yet to be formally identified. He was 47."Karen", once mainly an American Twitter slur, is fast becoming a potent put-down for any woman over 25 raising her voice in Australia.Defamation payouts are likely to be reduced and trivial claims may be thrown out of court before a trial under national changes.Omar Elomar, 18, was shot in a car in Sydney's south-west while trying to resolve a "minor" conflict between a younger relative and another man, in February.Pyrmont is becoming more likely as a site for a new train station as part of plans for larger scale development in the inner city suburb.Who funds and runs aged care facilities? Get out your spreadsheet.Perth audiences are heading back to the theatre, with a season of new works by emerging choreographersThe French buyer of the global Westfield empire is delaying projects worth billions and selling malls after income sank 27pc.Deniers profiting from ‘virus-warding’ crystals and supermarket stunts: bizarre behaviour continues in Victoria.People may be at risk of contracting coronavirus if they spend just a few minutes in a small room with an infected person with a high viral load who is coughing.Forty per cent of businesses were getting some kind of government support in July, with one in 10 reporting they would close their doors if support was removed.Do lions have a future in the wild? Trove - The National Library of Australia, in collaboration with Australian State and Territory libraries, runs the Australian Newspaper Digitization Program with the aim of making as many publications available online as possible.