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A lifelong Hawk on and off the field has parted ways with his swanky inner-suburban pad ahead of a sea change.

Bulldog Bailey Smith has revealed why he turned down a stint on Love Island, while police investigate an alleged incident involving the rising star.

Coal is a massive export earner and a huge employer but bad for the atmosphere. Here’s why the coal question is trickier than you might think.

Doctors have ordered the monarch to lay off the booze – including her famous evening martini. Here’s why >

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AFL superstar Nic Naitanui has penned a new children’s book and opened up about his childhood of turning up to footy training in no-brand clothing, while others wore Nike.

While cocaine is not new, a special investigation revealed Australians have been blowing away lockdown with a spike in secret party drug meetups across the suburbs.

Daniel Andrews is the inspiration behind a racehorse’s name, with the owner saying the cheeky dig at the Premier’s marathon lockdown orders was an “obvious choice”.

World-first powers are being considered as the government ramps up the fight against cyber attacks that threaten national security.

Some Victorians will soon be able to host gatherings at home in a major change to lockdown rules. Here’s when family and friends can visit.

After a year off, the high flyers were back bigger and better in 2021 with some of the best grabs you’ll see. Here’s what we rated the best.

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Australian ex-NBA star Andrew Bogut has claimed sports stars had been gagged from talking about Covid and revealed he was offered money to promote stay at home orders.

OPINION: The new round of restrictions in Victoria shows Premier Daniel Andrews is losing touch with reality and he’s in danger of bringing us all down with him.

Forget the snivelling deference of WHO and the work of communist propagandists — China’s central role in the coronavirus tragedy must never be forgotten, writes Rita Panahi.

Dan Andrews owes a personal apology to his NSW counterpart and a public apology to every single Victorian over his excessively brutal, unnecessary and ineffective lockdowns.

PETA CREDLIN: If we want the truth from our military about how people were killed in Afghanistan, we must also demand it from our political leaders about why people died in Victoria.

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OPINION: Jailing two men for going to another city in their own country while drug dealers and sex attackers walk free proves we’ve lost perspective.

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