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Australia’s newest citizens have been recognised as part of the National Flag Raising Ceremony. Across the nation, Australians have gathered to both reflect and celebrate. For many, January 26 is a day of sorrow and mourning. 7NEWS

Australia’s newest citizens have been recognised as part of the National Flag Raising Ceremony. Across the nation, Australians have gathered to both reflect ...

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Australia Day events begin with calls for country to unite as 'one mob'Australia Day events begin around the country, with ceremonies in Sydney celebrating the oldest living culture in the world and acknowledging January 26 is a 'sombre' day for many. We need a Republic Day - First Monday in February. Celebrate a united, independent country rather than a particular date 👍 Australia Day is Civilization Day! it is the day we lifted the poor starving locals into the modern world, we gave them medicine, real food, housing, clothing, money, education, a language that wasn't just incoherent, we even gave them a flag, and made up a history for them.

'Moving forward as one': Predominantly Aboriginal island celebrates Australia Day for first timeFor the first time, a largely Indigenous community in Queensland's north is celebrating Australia Day as local leaders seek to reinvent a date that carries a painful past. 'We've got Germans, Maoris, Kiwis, South Africans, non-Indigenous Australians,' Cr Yanner said. 'We're having spear-throwing competitions, egg and spoon races, we're feasting on Maori and PNG foods, Aboriginal Kup Murris, and of course we'll have a sausage sizzle.' Looks like the bbq 🍖 is going to get a work out 🦘🤪😂💩🦠🇦🇺☠️

Vandals target Melbourne Captain Cook statue as part of Invasion Day protestA statue of Captain Cook at a park in St Kilda has been covered in fresh red paint on Australia Day. 7NEWS CCP? Won't take long to catch a B_ ll S_ _t Artist Australia Day is the official national day of Australia. Observed annually on 26 January, it marks the 1788 landing of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove and raising of the Union Flag by Arthur Phillip? Cook wasn't there! Australian education system? LOL

WA Police to enforce 'knucklehead rule' with mask mandate in effect for Australia DayWestern Australia Police Minister Paul Papalia said cops will be enforcing the 'knucklehead rule' on Wednesday as a mask mandate is in effect for Australia Day. Lol masks required outdoors 😂😂😂😂 doesn't get much more knucklehead than that Masks outside?! What about a 100 square metre rule? Or a 2 month circuit breaker lockdown. C’mon King Mark. Do something. Beers and popcorn are out on the east coast. This is a nudge nudge wink wink effort to encourage police violence. Defund

Novavax COVID-19 vaccine to be rolled out in Australia | 7NEWSThe Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation has green-lit the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine to be rolled out in Australia from February 21. Minister for Health and Aged Care GregHuntMP with an update on coronavirus. COVID19 auspol 7NEWS Novavax GregHuntMP Is it a race this time? Are we front of the queue?

This country has a habit of forgetting history, let’s keep the dateIf we change the date prematurely we lose the spur to discuss and debate the meaning of what it is to be Australian. We need to find a way to celebrate our discomfort. We beat it up so much these days. Its a day off. Thats it! Always was, always will be. Reason. Our elite are Anglo Sphere to the core. Rock solid. Unmovable. Welded on. Think AUKUS. Think ANZUS. Think commonwealth. Think Head of State. Think any foreign policy decision in the past 20 years. We mouth multiculturalism. We mouth indigenous right. But we're stuck From now on it is Fitzstralia Day and we are The Republic of Fitzstralia.