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'Don't come in': Top cop warns protesters will be met by 1,000 police officers if they try to storm Sydney's CBD this weekend - and they're easily able to quell uprisings in other suburbs

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller warned any anti-lockdown protest in the Sydney CBD this weekend would be met by 1,000 police officers. 'Please don't come into Sydney tomorrow to protest,' he said at the NSW Covid update on Friday morning. 'If you do, you will be met by up to...
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Appeals Court: Colorado Can Both Compel and Prohibit Speech

A three-member panel of Colorado’s 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 on Monday that Lorie Smith, a Denver website developer, cannot refuse to create websites celebrating same-sex marriages. The panel also ruled that she cannot express her religious beliefs in explaining why she won’t. Smith is being assisted by...
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The Military Hits Sydney Streets to Help Police Crackdown

Hundreds of soldiers will arrive in Sydney today to help police crack down on residents flouting stay-at-home restrictions amid rising case numbers. Three hundred military personnel will undergo training over the weekend before hitting the streets with police on Monday to help ensure residents are complying with the health orders.
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Frydenberg's move to block Veteran Suicide Royal Commission

Josh Frydenberg invited veterans and health professionals to submit cost-free proposals in what appears to be an agreement to cease the Veteran Suicide Royal Commission, writes Hayden O'Connor. RECENTLY ACQUIRED EMAILS suggest that Treasurer Josh Frydenberg attempted to bribe veterans and health professionals on behalf of the Morrison Government, in...
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Sydney extends lockdown as post-vaccine coronavirus outbreak surges

Sydney, Australia’s largest city, has just extended its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown by another four weeks. This makes what was originally intended to be a “snap lockdown” one of the country’s longest since the pandemic began. The lockdown extension was announced for the city of five million people on Wednesday,...
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Sydney at breaking point: Surgery is halted at three major hospitals, Covid tests are sent interstate, 300 ARMY personnel are brought in and contact tracers struggle with 800 mystery cases

Sydney's health system is buckling under the pressure of the city's spiralling Covid outbreak, with surgery suspended at several hospitals and the army drafted in to enforce lockdown. Defence Minister Peter Dutton confirmed on Thursday night that 300 personnel would be deployed to help NSW Police enforce the strict restrictions...
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Three new local COVID-19 cases in Victoria; NSW to open walk-in vaccination clinics; Case at Queensland school ‘concerning’; Record daily cases in Tokyo; ADF to patrol Sydney

Queensland has recorded one new locally transmitted case of COVID-19. The new case is a 17-year old female student from Indooroopilly State High School, in Brisbane’s west. Queensland Health Minister Yvette D’Ath said the case was “very new in as far as the information we have”. The student became unwell...
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Aussie troops to be sent to Sydney to enforce lockdown compliance

Australia will be sending hundreds of soldiers on to the streets of Sydney to help enforce the city’s extended Covid lockdown. A stubborn Delta outbreak which began in June has produced nearly 3,000 infections and led to nine deaths, the BBC reports. Despite five weeks of lockdown, infections in the...
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