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It's two years since Australia recorded its first confirmed COVID-19 infection


While the bulk of the nation's infections and deaths have occurred over the past few months, overall case numbers appear to be decreasing.


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Ukrainian Australians increasingly concerned for their families' safety


With the potential of conflict and all of its uncertainties looming, many Ukrainians in Australia have been turning to the comforts of their local church communities.


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The copyright licence to the Aboriginal Flag has been secured


A multi-million dollar deal with artist Harold Thomas means the flag can now be used without a fee by the general public and organisations.


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WHO again warns against COVID complacency


As some countries begin to see a reduction in COVID-19 hospitalisations and infections, many experts believe their peak has been reached.


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How can you mark January 26 respectfully?


January 26 marks the arrival of the First Fleet on Australian shores, and has come to have different meanings for many Australians in the centuries since, but for First Nations communities it is a day of mourning.


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AM bulletin 25 January 2022


In this bulletin, the Federal Government evacuates families of Australian diplomats from Ukraine amid a growing threat of invasion from Russia; Wikileaks founder Julian Assange wins the right to take his U-S extradition decision to the London High Court; And in sport, Alex De Minaur, Australia's last player standing in the Australian Open men's draw, loses his shot at a Grand Slam.


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The Ukrainian civilians who pay the cost of border clashes


As Ukraine prepares for another Russian invasion, for millions in the east of the country, conflict has been a part of daily life for many years. 


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Tonga remains in critical need of supplies


The Tongan Red Cross says the psychological impact of the volcanic eruption on locals needs to be addressed as well as supplies.


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Concession card holders now eligible for free RAT tests


More than six million people, including pensions, veterans and low income earners are now allowed up to 10 free tests from pharmacies within a three month period.


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Protests against COVID restrictions surge across EU and US


Many protests come as governments impose more controls in a bid to limit the rapid spread of Omicron and the pressure it's placing on healthcare systems.


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