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Wounding – another knife attack

Exclusive: At around 5.00pm a man presented to Calvary hospital Lenah Valley with a significant knife wound to his neck but left abruptly. Tasmania Police attended the hospital and general area including a nearby home where another male was arrested for Wounding and a crime scene declared. Police are also attending residences at New Town and Moonah in connection to

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TVN Breaking News: Albo has tested positive for COVID 

“Following a routine PCR test this afternoon ahead of interstate travel to Western Australia, I have returned a positive result for COVID this evening. I have been testing regularly as part of my election campaign duties. I will be isolating at home in Sydney for the next 7 days and will continue to follow health guidelines and advice. While at

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Troubled WA rehab centre in administration 

A Perth women’s rehabilitation centre facing abuse claims is likely to become insolvent and has entered voluntary administration. Former residents of the Esther Foundation have claimed they were denied food, medication and health services, prevented from seeing their loved ones and asked to give guardianship of their children to the facility’s staff. The WA government says it is also aware

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The President watched, via videoconference, the test launch of the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile and congratulated the Defence Ministry on the successful test. 

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Comrade officers, My congratulations to you on the successful launch of the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile. This is a big, momentous event in the development of advanced weapons systems for the Russian Army. The new complex has the highest tactical and technical characteristics and is capable of overcoming all modern means of anti-missile defence. It has no analogues in the world and will not have any for a long time to come. This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential

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Boris no longer ‘worthy’ of being PM, says former chief whip 

Boris Johnson has suffered a severe blow from a highly respected former chief whip who told him he is no longer fit to be prime minister of the United Kingdom. It comes as pressure mounts on the leader over “partygate” — a scandal involving a series of gatherings and parties held in Number 10 while the country was in lockdown during

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Pusey accused of graphic Google review 

Porsche driver Richard Pusey is accused of posting a graphic image of a dying police officer on a Google review of a Melbourne car dealership. It’s alleged a review of the Porsche dealership in Collingwood included a photo taken after the horror Eastern Freeway crash that killed four Victoria Police officers in April 2020. The officers had stopped on the

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Canada has followed the US in trying to punish the Russian president’s adult children over Moscow’s war in Ukraine

Canada has joined the US in personalising punishments against Russia over the Ukraine conflict, by imposing new sanctions on President Vladimir Putin’s immediate family members Ottawa’s latest sanctions target 14 individuals connected to the “Russian regime,”including Katerina and Maria, the president’s adult daughters. Both women are in their 30s and have no known positions in Russia’s government. “These actions demonstrate that Canada

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Assange extradition order issued by UK Court

The Australian-born journalist is facing an effective life term on American soil, if the decision is signed off by Home Secretary A magistrates court in London has issued a formal order to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the US to face espionage charges there, and a possible effective life imprisonment. Wednesday’s ruling may be appealed. The Westminster Magistrates’ Court decision

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China ramps up Russian coal imports

Purchases more than doubled in March, according to customs data China’s National Bureau of Statistics said the country’s coking coal imports from Russia soared to 1.4 million tons in March, compared to 590,000 tons for the same month last year and 1.1 million tons in February. Overall, the nation more than doubled purchases of Russian steel-making coal, procuring the fuel

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Peskov called the dynamics of Ukraine’s work in negotiations with the Russian Federation leaving much to be desired  

The Ukrainian side in the course of negotiations with Russia constantly deviates from its words. In terms of the effectiveness of negotiations, this has very bad consequences, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on April 20 At present, our draft document has been handed over to the Ukrainian side, which includes clear, elaborated formulations. The ball is on their side, we are

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Letter to the Editor from: Unhappy partner  

“Isn’t it enough they are doing the time for their crimes? To be further punished and have their basic health care not met, basic human rights stomped all over is just not on” partner tells TVN. I’d like to complain and bring it to peoples attention about the poor management at Risdon prison. This morning zoom visits were cancelled due

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