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NSW prison officers have deployed gas to quell a brawl at a maximum security prison which left one inmate with stab wounds.Three men were injured in the fight inside a unit of Lithgow Correctional Centre in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney on Tuesday afternoon.
India's vaccinations over the next few weeks could fall short of the blistering pace set on the first day of a federal campaign unless it makes inroads in a vast hinterland and bridges a shortage of doses, experts say.6 million doses injected on Monday represented a record twofold jump as India kicked off free inoculation for all adults, reversing a policy for individual states and hospitals to buy vaccines for those aged 18 to 44.
Myanmar security forces backed by armoured vehicles have clashed with a newly formed militia group in the second-biggest city of Mandalay resulting in at least two casualties, according to members of the group and media reports.Since the army seized power on February 1 and removed the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, the security forces have put down protests opposing military rule.
The NRL's crackdown on high tackles has taken a hit, with Sydney Roosters forward Siosiua Taukeiaho found not guilty of a careless shot on Penrith playmaker Nathan Cleary.In a watershed judiciary hearing at league headquarters in Sydney, a three-man panel needed barely 10 minutes to decide Taukeiaho's forearm to Cleary's head last Friday night was accidental not careless.
Quarantine arrangements for Australia's Tokyo-bound Olympians will soon be finalised as the contingent's chief medico downplayed the prospect of false positive COVID-19 tests derailing dreams.The Games, having been delayed and in doubt because of the coronavirus pandemic, are set to begin on July 23.
NRL players and club staff in Greater Sydney will return to bubble-like restrictions, unable to leave home except to attend training or for an essential activity.A coronavirus outbreak has prompted the NRL to act swiftly to enact level-three restrictions, banning players using public transport and attending crowded places such as shopping centres, restaurants and cafes.
Tasmania's Liberal government has pledged to take further steps towards reconciliation with the island state's Indigenous community, including working on a pathway to treaty.Premier Peter Gutwein made the announcement on the first day of parliament since his party was returned at the May 1 state poll.
It's when you know you've made it in New Zealand politics.For three decades, The Backbencher pub, opposite Wellington's Parliament House, has hoisted almost-life size puppets of the most senior politicians onto its walls - a tribute to the movers and shakers across the road.
Britain is working on easing travel restrictions for the fully vaccinated to allow people to enjoy a summer holiday on Europe's beaches but the plans are not finalised yet, Health Secretary Matt Hancock says.Currently, British citizens are essentially prevented from travelling to most countries - including those in the European Union - as the quarantine and testing rules are so cumbersome and expensive.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:* Sydneysiders will mask up for an extra week and wait for extra vaccine doses while hoping the number of mystery cases in NSW does not surpass one.* The state recorded 10 new locally acquired infections of COVID-19 on Tuesday - including an eastern suburbs child - bringing the number of cases linked to the Bondi cluster to 21.
Nearly a hundred carcasses of turtles with throat and shell damage, as well as dozens of dead dolphins and a blue whale, have washed ashore in Sri Lanka since a container ship burned and sank, raising fears of a severe marine disaster.Ecologists believe the deaths were directly caused by the fire and release of hazardous chemicals while the Singapore-flagged X-Press Pearl burned for 12 days and sank last week off Sri Lanka's main port in the capital Colombo.
AFL clubs GWS and Sydney will temporarily move players and football staff to Victoria amid concerns over possible border closures because of COVID-19 cases in NSW.The Giants and Swans, who have been living under tight AFL protocols since Sunday, are heading south on Tuesday night in a bid to ensure they are able to play their respective matches in round 15.
More than 400 social housing units will be built with funding in the NSW state budget - about one-twelfth of what advocates say is needed each year to meet demand.Some $366 million was promised in Tuesday's 2021/22 state budget, which will fund the new homes and provide for maintenance works on thousands of others.
Former captain Younis Khan has stepped down as Pakistan's batting coach before their coming tours of England and the West Indies.His departure leaves Pakistan without a batting coach for their limited-overs matches in England in July, but the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said it would bring in a replacement for the matches in the West Indies in July and August.
Western Australia could soon remove quarantine requirements for Victorians but a coronavirus outbreak in NSW is being closely monitored.A cluster of cases in Sydney has grown to 21 after 10 new locally acquired infections were recorded on Tuesday.
Death, taxes and a Queensland comeback.Tariq Sims is under no illusions the Maroons will accept their humiliating 50-6 game-one drubbing kindly as they prepare to save the State of Origin series on Sunday night.
Perth Glory have bid farewell to nine players, with German defender Sebastian Langkamp, speedy back Jason Geria, and striker Nick D'Agostino among them.Langkamp was Glory's big-name signing this season, but the former Bundesliga regular managed just two A-League games.
Perth Wildcats big man John Mooney believes they can claw their way back into the NBL grand final series one play at a time - and it all starts with him beating out Jock Landale in the battle of the boards.The Wildcats trail Melbourne United 2-0 in the best-of-five series after losing the opening two games in Perth, with the rest of the matches now shifting to Melbourne.
A Sydney solicitor gunned down at a shopping centre cafe might have made serious enemies from being "heavily involved in the drug trade," a defence barrister has told a jury.Mark Tedeschi QC put forward the submission as he contended there was no satisfactory explanation why his client Abraham Sinai would have been involved in murdering Ho Ledinh.