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Disgraced Cardinal George Pell has arrived at Victoria's Supreme Court for a decision on his appeal against his child sexual abuse conviction.

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The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Chief Justice Anne Ferguson, will read out a summary of the Court’s conclusions on George Pell's appeal.

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Holding aloft crosses, images of Jesus and signs saying "stand for life", thousands gathered in Sydney to protest against a bill to decriminalise abortion.

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SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news including: Fears of recession, Germany teetering on the brink and concerns about the US, Hong Kong's Chief Executive wants to talk with protesters, calls to scrap new rules that regulate restraints in aged care facilities and the rules have changed so why is this sick mother and her son still facing deportation.

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The Coalition Government's policies have starved TAFE in favour of private-sector VET training, effectively making it an educational option only for the rich. read now...

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You can catch up on last night's news including a full wrap on the Hong Kong protests and the Federal Government's banking overhaul following the Royal Commission.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has begun implementing plans to save the seat of Kooyong for the Liberal Party. read now...

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Psychologist Lyn Bender offers tips on dealing with post-election trauma and continuing the fight in the wake of the climate emergency. read now...

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The latest official wage growth figures show Australian workers are still missing out on their share. Alan Austin reports. read now...

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Changes in marketing have led to a profit for NBN Co, but there are still plenty of economical and technical bugs to iron out. read now...

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants us to join with the U.S. in tackling the problems which Donald Trump created with Iran. read now...

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It is glaringly obvious that Frydenberg is not being denied a place in Parliament because his family was forced to flee the Holocaust. read now...

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It’s the sublime vs the ridiculous, as entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out a couple of small-screen productions, the emotionally harrowing Chernobyl and the riotously profane The Boys. Chernobyl Created by Craig Mazin (2019) On the 26th of April, 1986, there was a massive explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, near the city of Pripyat in the Ukraine in the then USSR. The expl [...] read now...

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With free time on his hands, the once Cardinal George Pell discovers he has a facility as a social media influencer and pens a letter from gaol for his followers. read now...

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All Australians are poorer as the world devalues Australia’s currency further and further. Alan Austin reports from London. read now...

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On September 21, 2015, Les Jakielaszek, a fit and healthy 47-year-old boarded a Jetstar plane from Melbourne to Darwin. It was a routine flight back to the mines where Jakielaszek worked. read now...

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Dale Allen shares his thoughts on a novella by author Graham Jackson, part of his Alternate Reality series. read now...

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The dual citizenship case of Josh Frydenberg deepens as questions are raised about his mother's statelessness. read now...

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As details about the recent AFP media raids begin to come to light, Government accountability is retreating further into the shadows. read now...

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In the wake of two mass shootings, Dan Jensen reflects on a time when these events weren't just another headline. read now...

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Despite continuing loud outcries from professional climate deniers such as Andrew Bolt, there is no doubt that global temperatures are rising. read now...

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Saying that “the best form of welfare is a job” is like saying “the best form of hospitalisation is perfect health”. read now...

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In a rare fly-on-the-wall audio recording, Barnaby Joyce shares with IA his daily struggle to keep up with daily financial pressures. read now...

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When I founded Independent Australia on 24 June 2010, my goal was to build a factual, truthful, progressive news journal. One that would cover the important stories the mainstream media miss — or carefully avoid. It would speak truth to power and focus on political corruption, our democracy, the environment, equality and human rights — especially those of workers, the poor and the [...] read now...

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Former Liverpool star Robbie Fowler's entry into the A-League coaching ranks has serious implications for Australian football and his own career, writes Adam Cattell. read now...

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It’s tempting to compare of Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison as the Three Stooges, but such thinking is a mistake, says Dr Martin Hirst. read now...

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Stuart Robert thinks Centrelink's shambolic robodebt recovery system is working well, despite at least a 20 per cent inaccuracy rate. read now...

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By any standard, Scott Morrison’s Government has a very threadbare policy agenda, writes Michael Keating. read now...

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In the wake of restrictive U.S. abortion laws, a new Facebook group allows women to access pills, information and even a place to stay. read now...

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Newly appointed Commissioner Reece Kershaw will head the AFP at a critical time, as its post-election raids on journalists raise questions of integrity. read now...

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Has Andrew Bolt learned anything from the racial vilification case he lost in 2011? Alan Austin updates the record. read now...

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John Turnbull checks out new releases from Country rockers Tempermore, musical tofu Ed Sheeran, one man band Dope Lemon, and Melbourne singer/songwriter Lucille.  read now...

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Is FaceApp a circling bird of prey ready to swoop on our data and identities or is it merely a pit canary warning us of danger? read now...

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If you’re trying to "have a go" in order to put food on the table, don’t expect to "get a go" from this Coalition Government. read now...

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It seems the NBN will not be sold, for now, but it remains a political football, which can be kicked in any direction by the Morrison Government. read now...

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The film, The Final Quarter, needs to be seen by all Australians in order to appreciate that Adam Goodes has been wronged by this nation. read now...

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Is organised resistance to political falsehoods emerging and could this become an effective movement? Alan Austin reports. read now...

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