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West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has made a shock announcement overnight, the state's border will no longer reopen on February 5 as planned; the first foreign aid planes have landed in Tonga as residents struggle to deal with devastation from the recent tsunami; convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has formally requested a retrial, after …
 
There's been an outpouring of grief over the death of a nine-year-old schoolgirl in the Blue Mountains, with her mother's fiancé now behind bars charged with her murder; COVID isolation periods could soon be even shorter following today's highly-anticipated National Cabinet meeting; and Washington has issued a stark warning that Russia could invade…
 
Australia has recorded its deadliest day of the pandemic so far, with 77 people losing their lives to COVID-19; the Tongan government has now confirmed at least three people have been killed in the tsunami disaster; Boris Johnson insists he wasn't warned an infamous Downing Street lockdown party was in breach of restrictions. Presented by Jodie Spe…
 
Novak Djokovic has received a hero's welcome after touching down in Serbia; as Australian authorities struggle to make contact with Tonga, it's been revealed the tsunami disaster has claimed the life of a British woman; and thousands of HSC students have had a sneak peek at their results after a 'distinguished achievers' list was accidentally poste…
 
Novak Djokovic has left Australia after his last-ditch challenge to a decision to cancel his visa failed; health authorities look at a plan to administer COVID booster shots to teens; Australia to send aid to Tonga following volcano eruption and tsunami. Presented by Jodie Speers. More news across the day on 7NEWS.com.au and 7Plus. See acast.com/pr…
 
Prince Andrew has been dealt a devastating blow after being stripped of all of his military honours and royal patronages by the Queen; thousands more Australians will be able to skip isolation and return to work under new COVID rules set out by National Cabinet; and the man accused of throwing Scott Johnson off a Sydney cliff more than 30 years ago…
 
Prince Andrew looks set to face a civil trial in the US over sexual abuse allegations; Novak Djokovic has confessed he broke isolation rules and that mistakes were made when he tried to enter Australia; there are calls for isolation rules to be eased across more industries, as critical supply chains suffer under the weight of our pandemic rules. Pr…
 
The status of Novak Djokovic's visa hangs in the balance, with new details raising doubts over the travel declaration he used to enter Australia; paramedics say they're overwhelmed by unprecedented demand after a Sydney couple couldn't get an ambulance when their newborn stopped breathing; and high-level talks have been held overnight, with industr…
 
Tennis star Novak Djokovic has been freed from immigration detention, after the federal court overturned the decision to cancel his visa; Australia has hit a grim new milestone, recording 1 million COVID-19 infections since the pandemic began; fans and former co-stars are remembering American actor and comedian Bob Saget, who was found dead in a Fl…
 
All eyes will be on Melbourne today as Novak Djokovic's visa battle heads to court after a late bid from the Federal Government to delay the hearing until Wednesday was knocked back; as many as 2.3 million Australian children can roll up their sleeves to received their first COVID jabs from today; and the after-effects of ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth a…
 
Jabba chats to Sing 2 stars Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson & Tori Kelly, and director Garth Jennings. 0:31: Matthew McConaughey 5:06: Garth Jennings (director) 8:50: Scarlett Johansson & Tori Kelly Don't miss Sing 2, in cinemas now. Subscribe to Jabba's Movies for more celebrity interviews: https://smarturl.it/jabbasmovies Catch more of Ja…
 
Novak Djokovic will remain in detention in Melbourne until at least Monday after lawyers securing an interim injunction as he fights his visa cancellation; New South Wales government officials are prepared to announce a return to restrictions today amid exploding case numbers, while Victoria has already introduced some restrictions; and U.S. Presid…
 
COVID testing requirements have undergone a major overhaul with National Cabinet moving to ease the country's strained testing resources; supermarket giant Coles is introducing customer product limits with COVID staff shortages causing industry-wide supply chain chaos; and there are calls to increase funding for swimming classes for refugee familie…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will propose a plan at National Cabinet today to make rapid antigen tests more available to low-income earners; supermarket shelves are being left bare as isolation requirements cause high absentee rates among retail and distribution workers; tennis star Novak Djokovic has been cleared to compete in the Australian Open…
 
Almost 4 million more Australians are now eligible for their booster jab, with the wait time between shots reduced to four months from today; the head of Chemist Warehouse is calling for GST to be scrapped on rapid antigen tests to make them more affordable; and sealed documents containing the details of a deal made between convicted paedophile Jef…
 
COVID-19 hospitalisations in New South Wales have doubled in the week since Christmas with just over 1,000 people now in hospital - the Government says the health system can manage the surging case load but paramedics disagree; Western Australia has now essentially banned all interstate travel, with Tasmania and the ACT upgraded from medium to high…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Omicron is a game changer, announcing a major shakeup of the definition of close contacts to slash testing queues; First Nations leaders have condemned protests outside Canberra's Old Parliament House which left parts of the historical building burnt out; and former socialite Ghislaine Maxwell could spend the rest…
 
The country's leaders will discuss a new definition for close contacts at an emergency National Cabinet meeting today, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison expected to push for a national system where the only people considered close contacts are those who live in the same household as a positive case; New South Wales has recorded an astonishing jump…
 
Warning: this episode contains a first-person account of mental health issues and suicide attempts. Josh McKenzie was a troubled teen and self-confessed 'jerk'. After struggling with his mental health for years, a break-up prompted a spiral involving alcohol, drugs and suicidal thoughts. Josh found himself on train tracks waiting for one to "take h…
 
Black Jack has claimed line honours in the Sydney Hobart yacht race after two and a half days on the water; two children are back home with their relieved parents - reunited after more than 20 hours lost on a rural property in New South Wales; Australia retained the Urn by humiliating England in less than two and a half days at the MCG. Presented b…
 
A massive explosion has damaged a string of restaurants in Canberra overnight; experts warn there could be serious ramifications after another major testing bungle was revealed in Sydney; Cricket Australia is determined to keep the New Year's test in Sydney, despite positive cases in the England camp. Presented by Natarsha Belling. More news across…
 
Free rapid antigen tests will be mailed to homes and QR check-ins will return in a major shake-up of the New South Wales Omicron strategy; an Adelaide man has dismissed claims he's a hero, after giving his friend the ultimate Christmas present - a kidney; and there's fresh hope for solving one of America's most baffling murder mysteries, the death …
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged Australians not to panic over new modelling suggesting up to 200,000 COVID-19 cases a day by February, with health officials saying the figures are potentially misleading; Australian ties with India are even closer today as the first direct flight between Melbourne and New Delhi takes off for the first time; …
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called an emergency National Cabinet meeting to discuss the growing threat of Omicron, with masks, boosters and borders on the agenda; Rafael Nadal has revealed he's tested positive to COVID-19 in Spain in another blow to the tennis star's hopes of appearing at the Australian Open; and a pair of secret Santas have …
 
Dylan Alcott is one of Australia's most decorated athlete's - a tennis champ who became the first male to achieve a 'Golden Slam'. But there's so much more to Dylan than tennis. We go behind the trophies and medals to get to know the real Dylan Alcott. Real Life is a brand new podcast from 7NEWS, talking to those famous faces you think you know, an…
 
A woman is dead and two others seriously injured, after a flash storm swept through Sydney's northern beaches, leaving a trail of destruction; New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet says he won't lock down his state for Christmas, after the Federal Health Minister assured Australians the virus is unlikely to explode here as it has in other count…
 
A fifth child has died following a horror jumping castle tragedy in Tasmania, after wind picked up the inflatable at a school event; overrun COVID testing clinics are preparing for a major Christmas rush, with people wanting peace of mind before holiday gatherings and travel; Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is isolating after being pinged as a clo…
 
NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant has broken ranks, admitting she strongly recommended keeping a mask mandate in place as the Government scrapped it yesterday; Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is expected to describe Australia's COVID recovery as the 'best in the world' when he delivers his mid-year budget update today; Australian-born Crown Princes…
 
Major changes to COVID rules are now in effect across New South Wales, including density caps, face masks and check-ins; more retirees will be able to unlock the value of their home, under a revamped reverse mortgage scheme to be unveiled by the Federal Government; Pfizer has announced its new COVID pill is 90% effective in cutting the risk of hosp…
 
Australia will produce millions of mRNA vaccines, with a manufacturing facility to open by 2024; airlines are gearing up to help Australians reunite with loved ones, with Western Australia announcing it will allow fully vaccinated travellers back from February 5; and Scott Morrison has all but confirmed a May election date, while hinting at further…
 
After months of hard border closures, Queensland is finally open to fully vaccinated travellers; America's mid-west is counting the cost of a series of devastating tornadoes, which have smashed through half a dozen states killing at least 70 people; millions of Australians could soon be eligible for a third COVID-19 vaccine, with the Federal Govern…
 
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