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‘I cannot believe it’: Murugappan family’s joy after Labor confirms Biloela return

The Murugappan family will return to Biloela after the new Labor government intervened in their case, allowing them to reunite…

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‘The community wants this family back to Biloela’: Labor to deliver update on Murugappan family today

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says Interim Home Affairs Minister Jim Chalmers will be providing an update today regarding the Murugappan…

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Households and small businesses facing rising electricity costs, Labor blames ‘nine years of Liberal denial’

Electricity bills are set to rise for households and small businesses following a decision by the Australian Energy Regulator in…

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A Warehouse Worker Takes the Fight to Amazon Shareholders

Amazon’s organizing warehouse workers have been rattling the ecommerce giant, winning union elections, and staging walkouts to agitate for better…

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Here’s what’s at the top of the new Labor government’s policy agenda

The new Labor government has made it clear it wants to change Australia’s trajectory on several fronts, and already has…

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Barnaby Joyce’s Nationals leadership under pressure as Labor on track for majority government

The Nationals will renegotiate its coalition with the Liberal Party following a crushing federal election defeat, current leader Barnaby Joyce…

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‘A disgrace’: Coalition’s boat intercept message probed as Labor confirms first turnback

Acting Prime Minister Richard Marles has confirmed the government has turned back its first asylum seeker boat. Mr Marles also…

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Morning Briefing: Labor close to majority government, Peter Dutton eyes Liberal leadership, Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls for ‘maximum sanctions’ against Russia

Good morning. It’s Tuesday, 24 May and here’s a round up of the headlines this morning. Labor currently on 75…

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NLRB accuses Activision Blizzard of violating labor law by threatening employees | Engadget

A regional director for the National Labor Relations Board has determined there’s “merit to the allegations” that Activision Blizzard violated…

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Australia votes for stronger climate action in ‘greenslide’ election

Voters chose to decisively kick out the pro-coal Coalition government in favour of candidates that support stronger action on climate…

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