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Victoria’s infrastructure shadows are getting longer

Let no one be under any illusions, however, that such tolling rights will remain in government hands for very long. I prefer a private operator to assume the risk and responsibility of collecting tolls, subject to robust conditions that a government secures on behalf of taxpayers and the Victorian community …

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Disabled teen let down by care system and judiciary, says mother

The child’s mother, Michelle Kidd, told The Age she was disgusted that Lizzul had not been given a custodial sentence. “She showed no mercy to Erin and has placed untold amounts of suffering on her. Yet the court was asked to consider Lizzul’s impeccable reputation and soothe her with leniency,” …

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Co-ed schools better reflect the society we want to live in

Loading We have been learning how the curriculum attempts to develop learners’ ethical capabilities to explore what it means for both an individual and society to live well. How it seeks to develop empathy for and understanding of others, and the importance of supporting diversity for a cohesive community. How …

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Indonesian woman becomes 12 Victorian COVID-19 case

A 50-year-old woman visiting from Indonesia has become the 12th person to test positive for coronavirus in Victoria. The woman flew from Jakarta to Perth on February 27 in a healthy condition, but two days later, while staying in Perth, began to show symptoms. The virus responsible for COVID-19, isolated …

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Cameron flirts with match review panel trouble as Giants edge Tigers

With 29 possessions, Jackson Hately might have put his nose in front for the position vacated by Taranto, who picked up a shoulder injury last weekend . But prized academy product Tom Green also did his chances no harm with some brilliant moments, collecting 16 touches and kicking a goal …

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Race-by-race tips and preview for Coffs Harbour on Monday

1.Gangika scored her first win at Taree since joining the Jarvis stable and see no reason she can’t repeat here. Drawn inside so looks to get a comfortable run behind an expected strong speed. Was caught wide the start prior on a soft track and forgiving of that wet track …

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Reborn Rebel shows why RA should tread softly with Giteau Law

Fundamentally, players have a choice: the jersey or the money. They know this when they sign overseas deals and if you let them have both, the cost to Australia in the longer term would be enormous. Andrew Kellaway goes over for the Rebels in their win over the Lions.Credit:Getty 2. …

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Why politicians must budget to improve student well-being

According to the Productivity Commission’s report on Mental Health, “under-investment in prevention and early intervention” is a key driving factor for the mental health issues we face, meaning that too many people live with mental ill-health for too long. We are at a turning point for mental health in Australia, …

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Racing authorities unlikely to take action against Sheikh Mohammed

Australian racing authorities have not in the past used civil court rulings to test an owner’s ability to be involved in racing under the fit and proper person test. Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys wouldn’t comment on the situation on Sunday, and Godolphin declined to comment as it was …

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