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Victoria records 1,571 cases, 13 deaths on outbreak's deadliest day
Source: ABC News/Topic: COVID-19
Jon was 'ripped off' and sold a solar system at more than double the retail price. And he's not alone
Source: 7.30/Topic: Business, Economics and Finance
Live: NSW's COVID restrictions could ease ahead of schedule
Source: ABC News/Topic: COVID-19
Fact Check: Is it 'perfectly legal' to lie in political ads?
Independent federal MP Zali Steggall is about to introduce a bill to ban misleading or deceptive material in political advertising, claiming it is currently 'perfectly legal' to lie.
Source: ABC News/Topic: Government and Politics
Lou was bored in lockdown. So they trolled conspiracy groups for a laugh
Most people in lockdown tried out new hobbies like baking or learning a language. Comedian Lou Wall tried infiltrating the Illuminati.
Source: ABC News Breakfast/Topic: Social Media
The peculiar power of talking to strangers
Are you the kind of person who loves chatting to strangers, or does the thought make you cringe? A growing body of research says talking to strangers can make you feel happier.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Psychology
BOM declares La Niña alert as the east braces for storms this week
Central Australia and parts of Queensland have already received a deluge this week, and more wild weather is on the way in what's shaping up to be a soggy season.
Source: ABC Weather/Topic: Rainfall
'I couldn't look at myself in the mirror': How Luci came out to herself and her community
When Luci Virgo came out to her community for the first time, she put on a dress, had her make-up done, and proudly walked down the main street — feeling free for the first time.
Source: ABC South East SA/Topic: LGBT
Why Americans protested Australia's lockdowns
Supporters of less restrictive COVID measures in the US have taken a special interest in our lengthy lockdowns, leading some to march on the Australian consulate in New York.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Lockdown
Your Mental Health
I hated lockdown. But now it's over, I'm not quite ready
Source: ABC Everyday/Topic: Wellness
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Mental Health
The Truth About Improving Your Mental Health
Source: iview/Topic: LIFESTYLE
Moments in History
They buried 1,000 bodies on a tiny island. They called it the Isle of the Dead
On an island off Tasmania's Port Arthur Historical Site lie the bodies of 1,000 people. Tammy Reardon has taken it upon herself to delve deeper into the lives of some of the people who ended up there.
Source: ABC News/Topic: History
The dissenting nature of Doc Evatt
Doc Evatt was Australia's youngest ever High Court judge. Biographer Gideon Haigh tells the story of the death of 7-year-old Max Chester, his mother's claim for compensation, and Evatt's influential, dissenting judgement.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Judges and Legal Profession
Deciphering Marie Antoinette's love letters
Marie Antoinette secretly wrote letters to her rumoured lover, Swedish count Axel von Fersen. Now, using an x-ray technique, researchers in France have managed to decipher many of the redacted sections.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: History
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