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It’s expected Australia’s vaccine rollout for 5- to 11-year-olds will start on January 10.

Australia news LIVE: TGA provisionally approves Pfizer for children aged 5 and up; NSW’s Omicron cases grow

School-aged children are on track to receive the coronavirus jab before classes return next year, speculation is mounting that former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian is expected to announce a tilt at federal politics as soon as today and Victoria says it won’t pursue an “Omicron-zero” strategy.

  • by Broede Carmody and Michaela Whitbourn


hows Shaun Resnik and surrogate mother Carla Pincombe.  Shaun is the first single (and gay) man in Victoria to be given offical approval to have a baby through IVF surrogac

How surrogacy allowed a single man to keep hold of his fatherhood dream

When Shaun Resnik found himself single at 40, with a lot of love to give and deep yearning for a child of his own, he had an epiphany.

  • by Melissa Cunningham
Jane Barnes won the lifetime achievement award at the 2021 Victorian Homelessness Achievement Awards.

‘I hope it was a wake-up call’: Welfare service honoured for intervention at Hambleton House

Jane Barnes of Wintringham hopes the neglect exposed by a COVID-19 outbreak at an Albert Park care home will lead to change in the sector.

  • by Jewel Topsfield


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