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Would you live here? 'Cozy' one-bedroom rental with a SHOWER next to the bed is ...

The Daily Mail 17 May 2022
An advertisement for room for rent in a trendy Melbourne suburb has been ruthlessly mocked online ... The 'cozy' one-bedroom rental (pictured) is located in Fitzroy, just 3km from Melbourne's CBD for $210 a week.
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Chrissie Swan shows off her svelte figure in a sparkly pink dress and silver wedges ...

The Daily Mail 17 May 2022
Chrissie Swan stepped out in style on Tuesday for the opening of a new Priceline store in Melbourne ... Pretty in pink! Chrissie Swan stepped out in style on Tuesday for the opening of a new Priceline store in Camberwell, Melbourne ... Snip snip! The media personality had the honour of cutting the ribbon at the store, located in Melbourne's Camberwell.
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Two Jewish men assaulted outside market in Melbourne, Australia

Cleveland Jewish News 17 May 2022
According to the locally based publication The Age, the incident is the latest incident involving Melbourne’s Jewish community following the introduction of landmark legislation last week to ban the public display of the Nazi swastika..
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‘He always comes back’ – Rafael Nadal backed to overcome injury woes

Tennishead 17 May 2022
Before his 6-week injury lay off, the Spanish veteran was on a blistering run of form which included title wins in Acapulco and Melbourne as well as capturing a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title ... Wilander continued stating that Nadal, even if still injured, will make sure he is able to compete physically at the Paris Slam next week.
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AFL Hot Topics: Carlton spoil Leon's party while Gold Coast do the unthinkable

Sportingnews 16 May 2022
While reigning premiers and ladder leaders Melbourne took care of a decimated West Coast line-up in the west, defeating the struggling team by 74 points ... The Dockers have Melbourne and Brisbane in the next three weeks and cannot afford to play like they did against the Suns ... Melbourne still in second gear.
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How Australia Saved Thousands of Lives While COVID Killed 1 Million Americans

Yahoo Daily News 16 May 2022
Kilda Beach in Melbourne, Australia, March 27, 2022 ... MELBOURNE, Australia — If the United States had the same COVID death rate as Australia, about 900,000 lives would have been saved ... The outbreak that many Australians see as their country’s greatest COVID test began in late June 2020, with a breakdown in Melbourne’s hotel quarantine system.
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'How the bloody hell are ya': Queenstown set to welcome Aussies back

NewstalkZB 16 May 2022
A Qantas spokeswoman said demand to Queenstown from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane was looking "very strong" in general, particularly during July and August ... There would be four services per week from Melbourne to Queenstown and six services a week from Brisbane to Queenstown, both beginning on June 18.
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Flu makes a huge comeback in Australia as 50 children are infected at a birthday ...

The Daily Mail 16 May 2022
The super-spreader party in Melbourne is the biggest recorded outbreak since the beginning of the Covid pandemic, ... 'Certainly been a big upswing of influenza in Melbourne and the east coast of Australia over the past six weeks.
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How Australia saved thousands of lives while Covid killed one million Americans

Indian Express 16 May 2022
Sydney and Melbourne could just as easily have become as overrun with Covid as New York or any other U.S ... The outbreak that many Australians see as their country’s greatest Covid test began in late June 2020, with a breakdown in Melbourne’s hotel quarantine system ... A few weeks in, the system started to buckle.
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Labor pledges to get creative industries ‘back on track quickly’ as it announces arts policy

The Observer 16 May 2022
Read more. As he launched the policy under St Kilda’s Bunurong Corroboree tree (Ngargee tree) in Melbourne on Monday night, Albanese conceded the policy was light on spending announcements “designed to get me through the week” ... Courtney Barnett performs at The Forum in Melbourne after the city’s Covid lockdowns lifted. Photograph ... Read more ... .
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Shireen Abu Akleh and the silencing of Palestine resistance

The New Arab 16 May 2022
We saw this here in Australia two weeks ago, following the University of Melbourne Student Union passing a historic resolution calling for the university to participate in an academic boycott of Israeli institutions and cut ties with Israel.
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Demand for food relief soars as Covid, inflation and natural disasters pile pressure on the vulnerable

The Observer 15 May 2022
Last Wednesday, St Vincent de Paul opened a new kitchen in the inner Melbourne suburb of Kensington ... In Victoria, Secondbite’s international student support program at Melbourne University has doubled its weekly volume of food relief in the last six months and is about to open a new site.
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NRL Round 10: What we liked and disliked from every game

Sportingnews 15 May 2022
There was a lot to like about the Adam Reynolds masterclass to guide the Broncos to a tone-setting victory, while Penrith's obliteration of fellow premiership heavyweights Melbourne was a stark reminder of just how good the premiers are ... This should give them a good platform for next week's match against the Dragons ... Melbourne's injuries.
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Go Home Gota protestors in Australia tear up Tamil Genocide flyers

Tamil Guardian 15 May 2022
... harassed and subjected to racist abuse with at least one man tearing up their flyers – all of which was caught on camera this week. Spokesperson and founder of the Tamil Refugee Council Australia, Aran Mylvaganam, was invited to speak at the rally in Melbourne (Naarm) this week.
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Are Australia's refugee releases just an election ploy?

RNZ 15 May 2022
... at Melbourne's Park Hotel, the notorious detention venue where tennis star Novak Djokovic was held earlier this year ... He received four weeks of free accommodation in a Melbourne suburb, and A$240 with some food to cook ... After the four weeks, he will be left to fend for himself.

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