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Mean girls, fights between friends and online bullying can all start in primary school. Experts answer your questions on how to help your child navigate this tricky time. FIND OUT HERE:

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The record-breaking amount of revenue raked in by mobile speed cameras in 2021 has been revealed, with low range fines up 750 per cent since warnings were removed. @jmodoh 

Education bureaucrats have been working behind the scenes to keep HSC school result comparisons secret, and warning the media not to publish the data.

An award-winning house with stunning water views that comes with a mooring for a “superyacht” could become the area's priciest home ever sold.

#BREAKING : A 32-year-old man has been charged with murder after a nine-year-old girl disappeared while holidaying in the Blue Mountains.

What is it like to play against @NickKyrgios  on his favourite court? According to last night's opponent @Liambroady  - it's "absolutely awful".

#BREAKING: A 32-year-old man has been arrested and charged with murder. FULL STORY:

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The EU has removed Australia from a ’safe list’ of countries and labelled the country a ‘Covid danger zone’. 🚫✈️ DETAILS:

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There's a plan to allow staff to pull beers without needing to obtain an RSA, as long as they're supervised. Is this a good idea?

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Western nations are consumed with trying to defeat the coronavirus, but are all but ignoring the real infection now working its way around the planet — the menace posed by the Chinese Communist Party, writes Piers Akerman.

Politicians are getting rapid antigen tests delivered to their electorate offices for free, while essential workers have been forced to search high and low for the crucial swabs.

While the world is distracted by coronavirus and China’s bid to crush freedom in Hong Kong, disturbing reports suggest Beijing is also making a push against India.

China has banned two Australian academics from entering the country in a bizarre “tit for tat” retaliation.

Struggling airline Virgin Australia is on Tuesday expected to formally announce that it has gone into voluntary administration after crisis talks with both the NSW and Queensland governments failed to come up with enough cash to bail it out.

The Prime Minister wants QR codes abolished post pandemic. Do you? DETAILS:

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