Another school in Sydney closed as a student tests positive to COVID-19; anti-government protests held in Belarus; Australian endurance swimmer Chloe McCardel surpasses the men's record for the most English Channel crossings.
Victoria's state of emergency extended amid warnings of a crisis in disability care; the federal government urged to ensure Australians have access to a COVID-19 vaccine; the AFL has apologised to Western Australia's premier after a player breached quarantine rules.
Rare public criticism of the UK by the US; Queensland Police search for answers after the apparent death of a man in Cairns; and in football, a new-look lineup for the semi-finals of the European Champions League
The New South Wales premier accused of dodging responsibility in the Ruby Princess saga; national leaders to commemorate the end of World War Two today in Canberra; and the NRL vows to act against racism
Prime Minister Scott Morrison defends the government’s response to coronavirus outbreaks in the aged care sector, a man in his 20s among 14 new COVID-19 deaths in Victoria and in the AFL, Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury returns to the side after a quadricep injury.
Victoria reports a jump of more than 370 COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths, people from diverse communities urged to see their doctor during the pandemic and in tennis, Bianca Andreescu will not defend her US Open title over coronavirus fears.