The rally was fomented in online communities teeming with COVID conspiracy theories, anti-Semitism and debunked views on vaccines.
Adriana Midori Takara, a 38-year-old Brazilian national, had no underlying health conditions but deteriorated quickly following her diagnosis.
Australia now have all to play for in their final group game against Egypt, needing to avoid a loss to get through to the knockout stage.
This December marks 13 years since I quit drinking. Keeping off the booze during lockdown has been the hardest challenge in all that time.
A legal service which refused to take down material offensive to trans people has had its tenancy grant revoked by the City of Sydney.
Taking responsibility and saying sorry for the problems in the vaccine rollout is a calculated strategy from the Prime Minister.
Kerry Stokes says there won’t be an executive like David Leckie again because the world is now “too woke”.
The Hillsong church member said to have “so much in front of him” died from COVID-19. He was aged 34.
In a shock move, the forgotten Test playmaker will travel to New Zealand for the Bledisloe Cup Tests.
Any feminists worth their salt should want to celebrate the pathfinders, regardless of politics.
Columnist and communications adviser
A scene from the upcoming reboot made its way onto the internet.
- by Chip Le Grand
From the futon
- by Andrew Webster
On NSW’s South Coast, anger has been fanned by the council’s recent decision to sell off more than 40 hectares of pristine forest.
The goal of driving cases down to zero has now been replaced by talk of ‘containing’ the virus.
Residents are lobbying for a ban on leaf blowers, which they say inflict psychological and health damage.
Experts claims that the schools could reopen safely even before community transmission of COVID returns to zero.
Building heights are set to rise south of Redfern station under a plan to provide more offices and affordable housing.
Stay-at-home orders are set to be eased on Tuesday night, but strict public health rules will continue.
Annastacia Palaszczuk will run the state from hotel quarantine for a fortnight after returning from her successful trip to secure the 2032 Olympics.
“I’ve got strong objections to the bill as it is currently drafted,” said the member for Wentworth, Dave Sharma.
Investors are betting on hefty capital returns at the upcoming round of earnings results, despite lockdowns threatening to derail the recovery.
Poundbury has attracted scathing reviews from the moment construction began but something big is happening here recently.
Senior economics writer
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While most people look back on the 1950s and 1960s with rose-tinted glasses, some Sydneysiders are enthusiastically embracing those decades.
For decades it was over looked. But Even before the pandemic, this popular spot was luring young people up to its coastline.
The federal government’s cash injection is a real morale booster, Opera Australia has said.
From the futon
Our swimmers produced their usual mixed bag on day two in Tokyo: gold, silver, bronze and duck egg.
Annemiek van Vleuten crossed the line and celebrated with as if she had won gold. The only problem was that her rival had crossed the line one minute and 15 seconds earlier.
The Olyroos can still dare to dream of an Olympic medal, but their task has become tougher after succuming to a late goal to suffer a 1-0 defeat against Spain on Sunday night.
The men’s basketball team, one of Australia’s highest-profile Olympic outfits, accounted for Nigeria as expected - but they were far from their best.
In a shock move, forgotten Test playmaker Quade Cooper will travel to New Zealand for the Bledisloe Cup Tests after an SOS from Wallabies coach Dave Rennie.
Bulldogs 24 Sharks 44
Cronulla have moved up to seventh but it could come at the cost of the service of Shaun Johnson for the next few weeks.
Dragons 10 Titans 32
Million-dollar man David Fifita dealt a huge blow to St George Illawarra’s finals hopes and there’s more pain to come.
Back-to-back tests in New Zealand are set to make it all the more difficult for Rennie’s men to wrest back the trophy - but in the Covid-19 era, you take what you can get.