- Data released by the CDC on Friday showed that the risk for fully vaccinated people of being hospitalized or dying from COVID-19 was very small, as the CDC was criticized for its messaging.
- NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was announcing 961 new Covid cases on Sundaywhen she wasblindsided by a reporter who asked about outdoor pools.
- Dan Andrews announces an easing of restrictions around masks, beauty and hairdressing as leaked planning documents reveal extreme back-to-school plans for returning Victorian students.
- Mason Peoples, 6, of Las Vegas, Nevada, became an internet sensation after he refused to take off his mask on picture day at school because his mother told him not to remove it unless he's eating.
- Mohammed Skaf and his older brother Bilal were the leaders of a month-long rampage in which six victims were raped by more than a dozen young Lebanese-Australian men.
- The Department of Transport has announced a series of measures which it aims will solve the road haulage problem. It will include letters sent to people with HGV licences to encourage them to return
- A member of the far-right Proud Boys who was an FBI informant was texting his handler during the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. The informant suggests the plan to storm Capitol was not planned.
- Sacha Dench, 43, was trying to circumnavigate Britain in a motorised steel parachute when she crashed in Scotland. Her father Steve, from Queensland, is trying to get a travel exemption.
- Damien Hardwick has been spotted with his new girlfriend days after his ex-wife slammed the 'selfish' Richmond coach and the toxic culture around the AFL.
- Three people have dead and several are injured after an Amtrak's Empire Builder 7/27 train derailed near Joplin, Montana. The train derailed around 4pm MST. This is a developing story.
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spoke to a crowd at Global Citizen Live in New York where they pushed for Covid vaccine equity and said every person has a "fundamental right" to get a vaccine
- Meghan Markle wore a $4,500 white designer dress and more than $30,000 in jewelry to NYC's 'Wokestock' in Central Park.
- Melbourne's Grand Final hero Christian Petracca broke down thanking the fans stuck watching at home in lockdown after leading the Demons to their first flag in 57 years.
- An Amtrak train has derailed in Montana. It has been reported that several passengers are trapped inside after two cars separated from the train. This is an developingstory.
- Unvaccinated residents in New South Wales could be banned from entering restaurants, pubs, attending sporting events and regional travel until the state hits 90 per cent vaccination rates.
- NSW has recorded 961 new Covid-19 cases and nine deaths, as the state inches closer to a post-pandemic summer with relaxed restrictions.
- Ministers are urging up to 40,000 retired hauliers to return to action in a last-gasp bid to save Christmas, as retailers warned the Government it has 10 days to prepare for the festive season.
- No one expects perfection from Government during a pandemic, but the pat on the back should be saved for our health workers, writes Chris Minns.
- Under the draft Online Safety Bill, Ofcom will be given the power to levy large fines and block sites run by companies such as Google and Facebook if they expose users to 'harmful' material.
- State pension is set to rise by more than £300 a year, according to new analysis, with weekly payouts next year rising from £179.60 to £185.55 for those who retired after April 2016.
- via metro.co.ukJoshua vs Fury more unlikely than ever after Usyk win (Picture: Getty)Anthony Joshua still hopes to fight Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder at some point in his career even if world titles are not on the line.The Briton lost his IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles after a sobering defeat to Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday.Joshua fell to the second defeat of his career against the Ukrainian and while a rematch clause he intends to activate will offer the opportunity to rec
- Tesla has rolled out software update that allows customers to request access to its controversial, Full Self-Drivingprogram despite ongoing investigations into a series of U.S. crashes.
Thousands of Haitians are crammed together in cramped Mexican center after being forced back from USMore than 50,000 migrants are stuck in Mexican detention centers after being forced back from the US border. The US has started deportation flights and Mexico warns migrants to come back.
- Angela Merkel is not seeking a fifth term, which has set up the first national vote in which there is no incumbent chancellor seeking re-election since 1949.
- Inflation coupled with rising taxes is the outlook for the UK with energy prices hitting households' disposable income by £315 a year, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research
- In his keynote speech to the Brighton conference this week, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer will pledge to end the charity status for schools.
October long weekend double demerits will not be in place with most of NSW drivers stuck in lockdownPolice Minister David Elliott said usual double demerit applied on holidays would be scrapped as stay-at-home orders apply to much of NSW.
- Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury, 51, is now asking fans to 'put your boots on for boobs' and join a series of walks being organised to raise money to combat breast cancer.
- Friends Ross Sbisa, Chris Jonker, and Matt Ball decided to take action to help Australians be safer after the tragic death of Jill Meagher in September 2012.
School resource officer uses his body to shield student from being attacked during brawl in VirginiaChesterfield County Police Chief Jeffrey S. Katz thanked resource officer Anthony Bowen for using his body to protect a student at Meadowbrook High School from a mob of students attacking him.
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