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Opinion: Let’s start by putting aside the bugbear that it is even possible to “cancel” children’s author Dr Seuss. Instead, let's look at the rest of the picture
Exclusive: The NSW government’s property development arm agreed to pay $258 million for an 873-hectare block in Sydney’s hinterland last year – $102 million more than it was valued at 12 months earlier | @Mattonews
Exclusive: AustralianSuper’s chief investment officer Mark Delaney is set to boost the fund's investment team as part of a strategy to cut costs by dumping external managers
Parents have been frustrated by inconsistent rules between schools and have been asking why they cannot enter school grounds when there has not been a new case of coronavirus in NSW for more than a month | @JordsBaker
Exclusive: With 36 million orders on food delivery apps in NSW every year at an average value of $22.10 per transaction, a proposed new levy could raise $31.7 million | @LucyCormack
Incredible - and frightening - photos are emerging from Mallacoota, a small town in the East Gippsland region of Victoria, where about 4000 people are sheltering near water, protected by CFA tankers. Visit @theage 's live blog for updates: #vicfires
Breaking: NSW koalas on course to be extinct in the wild by 2050, inquiry finds | @p_hannam
China should be sued under international law for trillions of dollars for its initial cover-up of the coronavirus pandemic which has caused more than 60,000 deaths and trillions of dollars in economic damage, a new report says | @latikambourke
Harper Lee, 88, to release second novel 50 years after To Kill a Mockingbird.
Sydney schoolboys take down Martin Shkreli, the 'most hated man in the world'.