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7:01PM The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts as of 1830 AEST June 10.
6:50PM A man has died in hospital after a shooting at a home in Perth's southern suburbs on Monday night, with police to prepare a report for the coroner.
6:50PM The organisers of a second Black Lives Matter rally in Adelaide say the event will not go ahead.
6:37PM A man has faced court over the alleged sexual assault of a woman and child in St Kilda last week.
6:32PM A trial into a member of the infamous Colt clan has heard several allegations of child rape were withdrawn on the eve of the hearing due to an oversight.
6:32PM A coroner has found that a NSW Police officer who shot a man dead during a stand-off in Grafton acted in self-defence.
6:20PM More than 80 musicians have inked an open letter to the government warning thousands of jobs will be lost if there's no immediate support for the industry.
6:20PM Doctors want people to start taking cholesterol treatment more seriously with new data revealing half of those with heart disease not completing treatment.
6:20PM Telephone mental health and crisis support service Lifeline is taking about 3,200 calls a day from stressed out Australians.
6:20PM The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences is forecasting a 53 per cent increase in winter crop production.
6:20PM New research has found using iPads and other technology in schools may not support brain development particularly in young brains.
6:20PM The competition watchdog will have new powers to deal with misconduct and market manipulation in the electricity sector.
6:20PM The company leading the construction of Melbourne's West Gate Tunnel is trying to curb an ongoing dispute with its builders, court documents show.
6:20PM Six people have now been charged over the alleged stabbing of three teenagers at a birthday party in Sydney's west in August 2019.
6:20PM Gambling apps or websites that never allow players to cash out would be banned under a bill proposed by a federal MP.
6:20PM Australian firefighting bodies need to learn from indigenous burning and land management expertise, says former NSW fire chief Greg Mullins.
6:20PM Construction preparations for the Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope, in a remote part of Western Australia, are complete with works to begin next year.
6:20PM An eight-year-old girl riding her bicycle has been hit by a truck south of Perth, with police appealing for witnesses and dashcam vision.
6:19PM The recycling industry wants Australians to see it as part of the resources sector, which can provide value to the economy, society and environment.
6:19PM A new medical development in Adelaide will be home to a proton therapy device that will improve the treatment of tumours as well as cut costs to patients.
6:19PM There are 14 candidates contesting the federal seat of Eden-Monaro in the upcoming federal by-election on the NSW South Coast.
6:19PM A Queensland council has called for the JobKeeper wage subsidy to be extended in the state's north to help the region survive the coronavirus storm.
6:19PM The new owners of the Whyalla steelworks are undertaking a three-month review to identify cost savings ahead of a major redevelopment program.
6:19PM A man has been charged with an indecent act on the Gold Coast after sliding under the partition of a women's toilet cubicle to expose himself.
6:19PM An internal investigation into the leaking of photos of former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley in police custody is still ongoing.
6:19PM What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Wednesday.
6:19PM A NSW GP who refused to be psychiatrically examined after appearing to be influenced by her delusional husband has failed to overturn her deregistration.
6:18PM Three men have been charged over the theft of $270,000 worth of raw gold ore and a two-tonne safe from a mine site in Western Australia.
6:18PM Police have issued an infringement notice to a 23-year-old woman who breached quarantine rules and left her Alice Springs hotel; the NT is still at zero cases.
6:18PM A South Australian man has been placed on a good-behaviour bond over running down a police officer at an RBT station last year.
6:18PM A parliamentary inquiry into NSW air quality has heard of a teenager's fatal asthma attack during the recent summer bushfire season.
6:18PM A WA Liberal MP has lashed Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John for cheering UK protesters who toppled a statue of a slave trader, saying he's inciting anarchy.
6:18PM The search to find 14-year-old William Callaghan has been a sensory experiment with sound, taste and sight in the rescue plan toolkit.
6:17PM A male police officer has been dismissed from the Northern Territory Police Force for making clothing referring to the shooting of an indigenous teen.
6:17PM Two historical infections have taken Western Australia's coronavirus tally to 601, with no new active cases recorded in the state.
10:38AM The Greens have laid out their Green New Deal in parliament, a plan for clean energy, job growth and the phasing out of coalmining in Australia.
7:26PM A special inquiry into the Ruby Princess saga heard from NSW Health senior medical officer Dr Sean Tobin who was part of the team who deemed the ship low-risk.
7:21PM A new survey has revealed the shocking invisible barrier faced by indigenous people, with three in four people holding an unconscious racial bias against them.
7:21PM A royal commission wants indigenous people with disability to share their experiences, hoping it can be a watershed moment for addressing the issues they face.
7:17PM A 25-year-old man has been handed six years jail for smashing a man in the face with a shovel at a WA campground and a separate police chase and drug bust.
7:17PM Police have retrieved to the body of a man from the ocean near Sydney's south, with a report being prepared for the coroner.
7:17PM Former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley has had his rehab stay extended by a magistrate after he was accused of stalking a woman.
7:17PM The Northern Territory Labor government will not block a Black Lives Matters protest but has defended its record on indigenous incarceration.
7:17PM Closing arguments in the Claremont murders trial have been interrupted about an hour into proceedings after technical difficulties and the prosecutor's illness.
7:17PM The ABC has begun seeking volunteer redundancies from staff as it deals with a shrinking budget, while News Corp Australia has flagged more job cuts.
6:29PM Health authorities have boarded a Chinese cargo ship off the coast of Queensland after the captain refused to allow access to all areas of the ship.
5:29PM A man has been charged after a cyclist died following a crash in the NSW Blue Mountains.
5:14PM A Melbourne man has been charged with the murder of 57-year-old dumpling bar owner Yoke Onn Chi, whose body was found by his son in January.
5:13PM Queensland police are appealing for information regarding the disappearance of Slacks Creek woman Yujie Fu, 45 who has been missing since June 5.
5:13PM A Sydney woman has suffered burns to her hands and legs after she went outside to investigate some loud noises and an aerosol can exploded.
5:13PM The families of two men and a boy who died in a house fire in regional Victoria have paid an emotional tribute to their loved ones.
5:13PM Four Queensland teens are dead and a 14-year-old boy has been charged following a car accident in Townsville, prompting calls to improve youth support programs.
5:13PM Eastern states FIFO workers, who travel to Western Australia for work, can access the state government's building bonus grant if they permanently move west.
5:13PM Doctors and medical students too reluctant or cut off to access mental health support are the main targets of a new service for healthcare workers.
5:12PM The AMA says last weekend's Black Lives Matter rally in Brisbane could prove to be an ideal medical experiment on community COVID-19 transmissions.
5:12PM A Melbourne mum who ran through a red light, hitting and killing a motorcyclist in 2018, has been sent to prison.
5:12PM Australia Post has denied claims from the posties' union that one in four jobs could go under a new delivery model.
5:12PM Three-quarters of La Trobe University staff, who are National Teritary Education Union members, have voted to take a pay cut in order to save 225 jobs.
5:12PM Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said no-one should have been at the Black Lives Matter protest in Melbourne on Saturday, despite it being a "worthy cause".
5:11PM The green light was given to Sydney's Black Lives Matter rally after a judge made legal errors about the organiser's police application, an appeal court says.
5:11PM Indigenous activists have identified what individuals and communities can do to help end systemic racism and indigenous deaths in custody.
5:11PM The government is readying itself to argue for a five-year economic recovery and weaning Australia off subsidies when parliament returns this week.
5:11PM The federal government is weighing up appealing a court ruling against a previous administration's decision to temporarily ban live cattle exports.
5:11PM A man who has spent more than a decade in prison for murdering a woman pregnant with his child in Western Australia has been granted bail ahead of his retrial.
5:11PM A man has been charged after reports NSW Police Minister David Elliott had received threatening messages online.
5:11PM A 50-year-old member of the infamous Colt clan is on trial in Sydney for allegedly raping his then-teenage niece whose father is also his dad.
5:11PM Protesters in Perth have rallied against mining giant Rio Tinto's destruction of Western Australian rock shelters dating back 46,000 years.
4:27PM Treasury secretary Steven Kennedy has revealed he expects unemployment to reach eight per cent in September when JobKeeper is due to finish.
2:50PM The WA government is moving to suspend or ban corrupt suppliers from winning public sector contracts, saying it wants to enhance integrity in procurement.
2:43PM Businesses will be able to access the federal government's instant asset write-off scheme until the end of the year, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says.
2:32PM Australia's transport department initially forecast a 40 per cent hit on air travel numbers, but it was closer to 98 per cent, a Senate committee has heard.
1:13PM Chinese investment in Australia has plunged by almost 60 per cent and the number of deals dropped by 43 per cent in the past financial year.
12:48PM Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has confirmed the federal government is driving much more ambitious targets to reduce indigenous incarceration rates.
12:48PM A popular Sydney function centre operator has threatened to fully reopen despite coronavirus restrictions, drawing a rebuke from the NSW premier.
7:44AM The Queensland Council for Civil Liberties has received troubling reports about the treatment of people forced into coronavirus quarantine in the state.
10:16PM A teenager with autism has gone missing at a Victorian hiking spot, prompting an air and ground search to find him.
7:11PM An indigenous woman is in a critical condition in a Perth hospital after an incident at a Western Australian prison.
6:34PM Tens of thousands of people have defied warnings about the coronavirus to support the Black Lives Matter movement and to protest Aboriginal deaths in custody.
6:34PM There's been no new COVID-19 cases recorded in NSW for the second consecutive day with more than 9200 tests completed in the latest reporting period.
6:34PM A toddler has died after being run over in the driveway of a Perth home, with police saying her death is not suspicious.
6:34PM A mother was rushed to hospital to give birth after being involved in a car accident in central Queensland, however, the newborn only survived a few hours.
6:34PM Two men, aged 39 and 40, have been charged over the death of a 36-year-old man in Alice Springs, with one accused of murder.
6:33PM Communications Minister Paul Fletcher says the rollout of the NBN is now 99 per cent complete, reaching its 2019/20 target with weeks to spare.
6:33PM Senior cabinet minister Mathias Cormann is standing by his description of people who attended Saturday's rallies as "reckless" for breaching COVID-19 rules.
6:33PM The WA government has moved to disconnect the death of an Aboriginal man in custody from the Black Lives Matter movement, saying he had health problems.
6:33PM A boy has had his car impounded under WA's hoon laws after allegedly driving more than 80km/h over the speed limit with two other teenagers in the vehicle.
6:33PM Queensland police are seeking help to find a six-year-old boy and a four-year-old girl missing from Harristown who "may be at significant risk".
6:33PM Governor-General David Hurley says the Queen's Birthday Honours List represents a microcosm of the Australian community.
6:33PM The latest Newspoll shows Prime Minister Scott Morrison continues to enjoy record high approval ratings.
6:33PM Indigenous academic Marcia Langton, appointed an officer in the Order of Australia, continues to campaign for an end to Aboriginal deaths in custody.
6:33PM A number of former federal and state politicians and party officials are receiving Queen's Birthday honours, including Tony Abbott and Bronwyn Bishop.
6:33PM Mike Carlton, Robyn Nevin and Tottie Goldsmith are among the media and arts personalities appointed Order of Australia honours in 2020.
6:33PM Following in his great-grandfather's footsteps, South Australian painter Vincent Namatjira has been honoured for his service to Indigenous visual art.
6:33PM Paralympic snowboard gold medallist Simon Patmore says being awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia puts his PyeongChang triumph into perspective.
6:33PM A former prime minister, philanthropists, artists and sporting greats are among the 933 Australians receiving Queen's Birthday honours this year.
6:33PM Governor-General David Hurley says the Queen's Birthday Honours List represents a microcosm of the Australian community.
6:32PM Google and Facebook would pay for clickbait and investigative journalism while compensating news bloggers under the media union's proposed industry code.
6:32PM An extra 125 National Parks and Wildlife Service firefighters and an additional firefighting helicopter will be deployed ahead of the next NSW bushfire season.
6:32PM NSW has recorded three new COVID-19 cases from 5950 tests, with two of the cases in hotel quarantine and one under investigation.
6:32PM Free childcare is coming to an end in July and early educators will come off JobKeeper, as the government moves the sector to a $708 million transition plan.