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  • State of Origin 2023 Game 2: Queensland cheers and NSW tears – in pictures

    The Maroons deliver a comprehensive 32-6 humiliation of New South Wales to claim the series
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  • Tom Calma says politicians deliberately ‘peddling misinformation’ on Indigenous voice

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  • It’s a wrap for Fantales, but we’ll always have our sweet memories

    Jen King
  • Why are Australians paying so much for alcohol-free drinks that aren’t taxed?

    Cameron Shackell for the Conversation
  • I have seen the devastating impacts of Australia’s hotel detention – it’s time to stop ‘regularising’ it

    Lorraine Finlay
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    Love them or loathe them Facebook groups can be a lifeline for rural communities

    Calla Wahlquist
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  • Indigenous voice: 'I am not interested in culture wars,' says Linda Burney – video



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    Seventy-three critically endangered brush-tailed bettongs have been flown 2,000km to a new home on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula
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  • Jacqui Lambie tells the Senate she has referred ADF senior commanders to the ICC – video

  • Linda Burney: we are 'one step closer in unifying Australia' after voice legislation passes – video



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