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Friday, January 21, 2022



Australia passes one million COVID cases

Australia has surpassed more than one million COVID cases since the pandemic started, with more than a quarter in the past four days alone.

England hold on for thrilling draw against Australia at SCG

Australia's hopes of an Ashes whitewash have been dashed after England held on for a thrilling draw in the fourth Test in Sydney.

Australia ready to cautiously ring in 2022

Australians are ready to ring in 2022 after another tumultuous year, with fireworks and community celebrations planned around the country.

COVID restrictions return across Australia amid case surge

States and territories are reintroducing COVID-safe measures and working to reform how they contact trace exposures amid a spike in cases.

Australia go 2-0 up in Ashes with big win over England

Australia have beaten England by 275 runs in the second Test at Adelaide Oval to take a two-nil series lead in the Ashes.

Australia cruise to nine-wicket win in Ashes opener

Australia have cruised to a nine-wicket victory in the first Ashes Test, humbling England after being set a target of just 20 at the Gabba.

COVID-19 vaccines approved for Australian children aged 5 to 11

Children aged between five and 11 can be vaccinated against COVID-19 from January following approval from Australia's immunisation advisory body.

Morrison confirms no Australian officials for Beijing Winter Olympics

Australia will not be sending officials to next year's Winter Olympics in Beijing, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.

Overview of the Australia and England Ashes squads

With the Ashes starting at the Gabba in Brisbane this Wednesday, 8 December, here's a look at both the Australia and England squads.

Cat-astrophe no more: Novel implants to protect Australia’s wildlife from feral cats

New technology may put an end to predatory cat behaviours in native environments and help control Australia’s feral felines.