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Australia sets out principles for resumption of sport [Video]

Australia sets out principles for resumption of sport

Morrison lays out principles for Australia's sport restart

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 02:24Published
An 'early mark'- Australia to review easing measures [Video]

An 'early mark'- Australia to review easing measures

Australia will consider next Friday whether to relax coronavirus-related mobility restrictions, as the growth rate of new infections slows, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday following a..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:18Published

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Indigenous leaders close to signing off on new Closing the Gap targets

Ahead of a national cabinet meeting on July 10, Indigenous leaders and ministers will meet to finalise an agreement on health, jobs and education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the..
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Indigenous leaders in Closing the Gap deal

Ahead of a national cabinet meeting on July 10, Indigenous leaders and ministers will meet to finalise an agreement on health, jobs and education.
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Morrison pushes for end to virus border wars

Businesses and tourism operators dismayed at the "extreme" response to Victoria's COVID-19 outbreak have urged national cabinet to reach consensus on opening state borders.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

All travellers returning to Australia will be tested for coronavirus before and after quarantine

Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy announced Australia's new testing regime following a national cabinet meeting on Friday.
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Watch: The Prime Minister is live

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is speaking live following a national cabinet meeting.
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National cabinet to form plan to roll back bans on large indoor gatherings

National cabinet will look at rolling back social distancing restrictions in part to help the entertainment industry to restart live shows.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Take it from one who's been burnt attempting tax reform: now's the time to try again

With the national cabinet formed to fight COVID-19, this is the perfect opportunity to reform Australia's unwieldy and unfair tax system.
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National cabinet to consider charging travellers for hotel quarantine

State governments are considering charging Australians returning from overseas to pay for their own hotel quarantine after forking out millions of dollars.
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'Good idea': Eddings to meet with state chairs

Cricket Australia have agreed to a meeting of the game's national cabinet, which will see chairman Earl Eddings front up to unhappy state counterparts.
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NSW supremo calls on Cricket Australia to convene game's national cabinet

The head of Australian cricket’s most powerful state wants a rare meeting of the Australian Cricket Council amid division over cricket's reaction to COVID-19.
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Please Explain podcast: inside the national cabinet

In this episode, national affairs editor Rob Harris speaks to national editor Tory Maguire about Australia's response to the coronavirus pandemic. 
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National cabinet proved itself on COVID, now the nation's health depends on a more difficult task

What is needed is the political will to confront the Original Sin of Australia's settlement.
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National cabinet challenged to focus on Indigenous imprisonment and deaths in custody

Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy has urged national cabinet to review Aboriginal deaths in custody after tens of thousands turned out for anti-racism protests.
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If Scott Morrison wanted protesters to stay home he could have seized the moment

The PM could have announced that national cabinet would take urgent action to prevent Indigenous deaths in custody,
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