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Should we be able to refuse a coronavirus test? (141)

The question also raises complex issues about the proper balance between individual rights and community protection in a liberal democracy.

Individuals should be free to make their own decisions about any form of medical procedure or invasive form of testing that affects their bodily integrity | OPINION

No we shouldn't refuse , because it is for the benefit of everyone.

And we should be able to make up our mind if we want to vote or not, without a fine!! SteveAustinABC

couldn't disagree more. when it's your dad or gran you'll figure out to take this seriously.

The HS & LIBS are probably corruptly at work in VICTORIA as well encouraging COVID SPREAD!! It SMELLS when you think we went from LOW NO's too overnight massive jump in No/s!! The massive daily increase can't be down to a FEW guards!!👎👎👎😷👍🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

Why are we not following Sweden's Herd Immunity Policy. Its practical and would have a significantly less effect on our economy.

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Queensland warns against smuggling Victorians in as it prepares to reopen borders (105)

Queensland police are concerned people from Victoria will be smuggled across the border as the state readies to open its doors to all other jurisdictions.

Police will randomly stop freight and heavy vehicles crossing into Queensland to check they aren't hiding Victorians or anyone else travelling from the southern state.

Dutton will be frothing at the mouth waiting to deport between states those of colour 😂🤣

Soon there are going to be walls around each state 🙈🤦🏼‍♀️

There’s a reason that victorians are referred to as Mexicans

We always did call victorians mexicans because they come from down south Now their illegals Where is trump and his wall when u need it

We always did call victorians mexicans because the come from down south Now there illegals

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Coconut milk produced with monkey labour removed from UK stores (79)

Conservationist Carrie Symonds welcomes pledges by four British retailers to stop selling coconut products that use monkey labour in their production, following a PETA investigation highlighting the use of pigtailed macaques taken from the wild in Thailand to harvest coconuts.

Coconut milk produced with monkey labour removed from UK stores

Our second story tonight involves 128,000 dead Americans from the virus.

sisterofonline The monkeys are taking our jobs

My monkeys: 3(m), 5(m),6(f) have unionized.

Vegetables feel pain too. So back to sucking on rocks ....

Those brave entrepreneurs should be applauded for lifting these monkeys out of poverty, not villainized so unfairly

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Why you should delete TikTok immediately (70)

TikTok users are being urged to delete the app immediately, after someone reverse engineered the platform and found it’s allegedly stealing users’ personal data.

TikTok users are being urged to delete the app immediately, after it was exposed the platform is collecting their personal data.



Could anyone explain why There are so many fucking vid ads?

since it's a chinese company what do you expect!! 🙄🙄🤪🤪

You don't say 🤣

No shit. Old news.

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WA's King Leopold Ranges officially renamed the Wunaamin-Miliwundi Ranges to shed ties to 'evil tyrant' (50)

A renowned West Australian landmark that was previously called the King Leopold Ranges after an 'evil tyrant' who enslaved African people, has now been renamed in honour of its Aboriginal heritage.

The renowned West Australian landmark that was previously called the King Leopold Ranges after an 'evil tyrant' who enslaved African people, has now been renamed in honour of its Aboriginal heritage.

Whoopee

Why not give credit to our creator? After all, he created you universe and humans.

Finally

Muslims are still trading in slaves, wheres your story on that?

Beautiful new name after this beautiful ranges

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A road in front of Andrew Forrest's eco-resort will be moved for 'safety' after one crash in five years (47)

Visitors to a luxury Exmouth eco-resort being developed by mining billionaire Andrew Forrest will be able to walk from their digs to the beach without having to cross a road, thanks to $6 million of funding from the federal and WA governments.

A road in front of Andrew Forrest's eco-resort will be moved for 'safety' after one crash in five years

Andrew Forrest is our royalty apparently.

Any other resort get this type of treatment. Didn't think so.

We can do and have anything we want ... we are the rich people !!!! Your just our servants. But We Pay with our taxes for your extravagance ... Do you pay taxes Mr Forest hmmmm?

Why does't the WA Gov't hand over the Treasury to Mr Forrest? This is shit.

Those COVID test kits are the gift that keeps on giving....

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Sutton warned of hotel quarantine risks a month before first outbreak (40)

Victoria's Chief Health Officer was told of poor protocols and lack of protective equipment in quarantine hotels in April, but standards were not reviewed until after an outbreak a month later.

The Age has seen evidence that confirms the concerns were raised with Professor Sutton. The Age is not suggesting Professor Sutton did not act on the concerns, only that he was told.

What? Insane. If he knew? Culpable.

Its spreading like crazy due to the incompetence of DanielAndrewsMP JennyMikakos sooner state goes back into lockdown and these 2 step aside we can start to contain the spread

The Age has embraced gotcha journalism. You are chasing human errors made under extreme pressure. If only your reporters and editors could perform to the level of perfection that you are demanding of others. Communication is the single task you have and you are failing miserably

Thanks Costello for the continued Labor bashing. If only you were this concerned about NSW Libs & Dutton letting infected RubyPrincess passengers roam the country unchecked, bringing the wave to Vic in the first place. FactCheck auspol springst covid19aus LNPcorruption

Seems to me the errors were with those contracted - hotel / security etc - common sense should have prevailed! And why were Cedar Meats people in the hotels ?

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Powerhouse backflip as NSW government saves Ultimo site (39)

The Berejiklian government has made the last-minute decision to keep the Powerhouse site at Ultimo open.

The Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo has been thrown an extraordinary 11th-hour lifeline and will not close. Instead, the Powerhouse will operate across two sites, including one in western Sydney.

That deal stank like months old catfish.

JennaPrice I should bloody well think so.

So glad it's staying!!!

aussiewongm 'World-class' and 'Global city' in the one article. Does Sydney have a small dick problem?

ok now build a museum at the SFS site and then build a 25 thousand seat stadium at the massive footprint Randwick racecourse takes from the public, about half their carpark it would take and there ia already a light rail built right there,.

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian embroiled in grant rorting claims (32)

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian directly approved more than $100 million in local council grants in Coalition-held electorates in the lead-up to last year's state election, sparking a parliamentary inquiry over allegations of rorting.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian directly approved more than $100 million in council grants in Coalition-held electorates before last year's state election, sparking a parliamentary inquiry over allegations of rorting.

Surely the Federal Police will investigate...wtf..

Corruption by the monied and the greedy

Oh now we know why she was trying to pick fights for no reason with Victoria.

Must have been Victorias fault everything else seems to be in the country

She’s LNP so nothing to see here, move along. Rule don’t apply

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Communist China ‘must fear the consequences’ of its behaviour | Sky News Australia (31)

As with any bully, the Communist Party of China must be made to fear the consequences of its actions as it continues “brutilising minorities” according to Sky News host Peta Credlin. \n\nMs Credlin said the Chinese communist government’s behavior is “just getting worse and worse with the rule of law now abrogated in Hong Kong”. \n\n“As always, the best way to stop a bully, is to make him fear the consequences, of his bad behavior”. \n\nShe said it was good that Australia is “beefing up” our military’s offensive capabilities and the government’s recent boosting of our cyber defences. \n\nMs Credlin also said while she is “no fan of our recent record immigration levels,” there are instances when “humanitarian and strategic considerations outweigh short term economic downsides”. \n\n“And there's no doubt that Chinese people from Hong Kong, educated in English and committed to the rule of law, would readily adapt to life here and quickly become wonderful Australians”. \n\nImage: Getty

As with any bully, the Communist Party of China must be made to fear the consequences of its actions as it continues “brutilising minorities” according to Sky News host Peta Credlin.

Credlin remains doubtless blissfully ignorant of the irony of her calling out bullying

They kill people. They're true evil.

Good on Australia in considering a resettlement program for HK people whose bravery and pursue of freedom are well respected. HK has been the foundation of CCP’s rise and now CCP is burning the bridge. These social-capital underpin the success and prosperity of HK.

Yes it should. It feels safe behind the capitalists, politicians and media outlets that it's bought. When they're revealed and removed, the CCP will stand alone. Propaganda allows even the most disgusting regime to appear as an accountable govt. Unacceptable. COVID IPAC

Well Credlin then go to China and prove yourself you really care by speaking up against them there

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