Need to see a doctor? The number of Australians putting off GP visits has doubled

Australians have saved $15 milllion in gap fees under new bulk billing initiatives for GPs, but many patients still can’t afford a visit to their doctor.

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The Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady and Is Not Likely to Cut Them Soon

Federal Reserve officials, seeking more progress on the fight against inflation, hinted that their next move will be a cut in interest rates — just not yet.Federal…

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Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg apologises to families in fiery US Senate hearing

Bosses from five of the largest social media firms were grilled about how they are protecting children.

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White House blames Iran-backed militia for deadly drone strike

The White House says the US will respond to the attack “in a time and in a manner of our choosing”.

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Impeachment Case Against Mayorkas Ignores Government’s Immigration Powers

House Republicans have charged President Biden’s homeland security secretary with breaking the law by failing to enforce border mandates, but statute gives him wide authority to address…

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Inflation in Australia falls to two-year low, sparking fresh hope for mortgage holders

Official inflation number has cooled to 4.1 per cent from 5.4 per cent, in welcome news for borrowers hoping for no more interest rate hikes.

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Iran has formed an ‘axis of resistance’ against the US and Israel. Which groups are involved?

Iran has been supporting a number of groups in their attacks on US and Israeli targets in the Middle East, with concerns rising that the war in…

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Vladimir Putin: Many Russians see no alternative candidate as election looms

Many Russians say they can’t imagine anyone in charge of Russia but incumbent Vladimir Putin.

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Six takeaways from a contentious online child safety hearing.

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‘A national issue’: What we know about the neo-Nazis NSW wants to ‘name and shame’

There were at least three gatherings of men in black balaclavas who have been described as neo-Nazis in Sydney. Where did they come from?

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This brain chip is promising to bring the human mind closer to computers. How does it work?

Neuralink brain chips have been touted as a potential game changer for people with limited function, but the company has faced scrutiny for its security protocols. Here’s…

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What is bracket creep and how can it reduce your take-home pay?

The federal government says its revised stage three tax cuts will reduce bracket creep for the average Australian. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Kids Online Safety Act Is a Bipartisan Push to Protect Children on Social Media

A bill backed by dozens of senators would require platforms take “reasonable measures” to shield children from bullying, harassment, sexual exploitation, anorexia, self-harm and predatory marketing.A bill…

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Chinese ‘spy’ ship, for which India raised concerns, does not appear on any tracking sites: Report

Male: Amid concerns over the movement of a Chinese vessel which India dubbed for “spying” and “research” purposes in the Maldives Special Economic Zone, a new revelation…

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Nadezhdin, who claims to stop Russia-Ukraine war, says he has enough signatures to run for president

Moscow: Russian anti-war presidential candidate Boris Nadezhdin on Wednesday delivered over one lakh signatures in his support to the Central Election Commission (CEC), technically enough to challenge…

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Strained U.S. Immigration System Draws More and More Asylum Claims

Seeking asylum has become the surest way for migrants to stay in the U.S. The underfunded immigration system can’t keep up, so cases languish for years.Seeking asylum…

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