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Dog noises, name calling, claims of abuse: a week of shame in Australian politics
Allegations of abuse and accusations of widespread sexism. Bullying and harassment particularly of women. A cabinet minister stood aside pending an investigation into claims by a former staffer that their relationship was at times “abusive”.

SA borders to stay open despite Premier being 'extraordinarily concerned' about COVID-19 Omicron variant
South Australia's borders will remain open to all states; Travellers from NSW, Victoria and the ACT will have to get tested and isolate on arrival; Exposure sites have been added in Adelaide and...

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand sponsors bill that would compel USDA to hold hearings on federal dairy pricing system
Dairy farmers are paid for their milk based on the federal Milk Marketing Order. Its sets prices based on whether the milk is fluid or processed, such as cheese, curd, or powder. The price calculation for Class One, or fluid milk, was changed in the 2018...

NSW records 325 new cases, one death as Health Minister calls for calm
NSW has recorded 325 new cases of COVID-19 and one death as the state's Health Minister Brad Hazzard urged the community to not panic in the face of the new Omicron variant. Across the state, 139 people are in hospital. Of those, 25 are in intensive...

Wynnum Jazz Festival

Wynnum Jazz Festival, Bandstand Park, 10.30am to 3pm Great music, food truck and day of free entertainment for all. Come and enjoy the Bay at its best. Free event, no booking, just bring a chair/blanket, picnic or buy something locally and have fun!