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Scott Morrison has warned against rushing to conclusions after the death of a person in NSW who reportedly developed blood clots a day after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Plans to introduce the controversial reforms will be put on hold for the time being, as new NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds pledges to review trial feedback first.

Fashion designer and former SBS chair Carla Zampatti has been farewelled with a state funeral attended by a swathe of leading figures from Australia's fashion, arts, business, political, media and corporate circles.

NSW children under 14 should not be imprisoned and the police watchdog should fully investigate all deaths in custody, a new report aimed at tackling high levels of Indigenous incarceration in the state has suggested.

Canada will grant permanent residency to more than 90,000 foreign students and workers who helped treat patients during the pandemic, the immigration minister has announced.

Noongar woman Winnie Hayward is still coming to terms with the police chase that ended with her son and his best friend drowning in Perth. She says the inquest into his death didn’t help her understand why they died that day.

Kristina Keneally says she will fly commercially to Christmas Island, where she plans to visit the Tamil family from Biloela held in immigration detention, a day after accusing Peter Dutton of personally intervening to cancel a previous trip.

Afghan-Australians say they fear the worst for loved ones back in their homeland now US and Australian forces are set to leave the war-torn country in the next few months.

India's daily coronavirus caseload has doubled in ten days, with more than 200,000 new infections recorded on Thursday as authorities grapple with shortages of vaccines, treatments and hospital beds.


Professional wrestlers enforce the face mask rule at the Central de Abastos market in Mexico City.

Starving children are being forced to eat leaves in a desperate bid for survival, as conditions in Yemen become a ‘living hell’.

Watch the moment a paraglider makes a safe landing only to then be attacked by a kangaroo. Straya!

This small group of kids started an impromptu haka in tribute to two of their peers slain in the Christchurch shooting. Soon they were joined by scores of fellow students to form a deafening chorus.

India, Japan, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Indonesia, Russia, and all 27 EU member states are backing Australia's push for a probe into the COVID-19 pandemic.

Actor Jason Momoa has delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations, addressing the 'global crisis' of climate change.

A photo of the Speaker of New Zealand's Parliament feeding a legislator's baby while carrying out his duties has been shared all over the world.

Bjorn from ABBA has hit back at the @GretaThunberg  haters and the patriarchy

Tensions continue to rise in Hong Kong as police fire rounds of tear gas at protesters trying to leave the scenes of an all-night standoff