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Kylie Moore-Gilbert appears in Iranian state media footage (Image: Supplied)

Free but then what? Kylie Moore-Gilbert’s long way back to a new normal

Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been released from prison in Iran. But it's not the end of her ordeal.

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A silver lining for Victorian lockdown, old killers return, Iran cooks the books

In Virus Watch today, some good news from the Melbourne lockdown, plus more of the latest coronavirus news.

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We’re not masking a lot

Good morning, early birds. Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has warned the state's outbreak "will get worse before it gets better" and that a second shutdown for hotspot areas is "absolutely an option", and AAP has been sold to a not-for-profit investment consortium. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Denial of torture allegations opens new front in the push to free Australian academic

As negotiations continue for the release of Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert from an Iranian prison, her family has denied claims that she has been tortured by the regime.

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Virus watch: what you need to know about COVID-19

There's a lot of talk about 'pandemic' going around. How worried should you be?

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Like Uber, but for con men

This week in Side View: YouTube's paths to fascism, kindness sucks, collapsology, and speaking truth to Power.

Former Trump adviser John Bolton (Image: Flikr/Gage Skidmore)

From war hawk to Democrats’ best hope: John Bolton in quotes

Democrats who once derided John Bolton are now pinning their impeachment hopes on the testimony of the war-crazed former Trump adviser. But it's worth remembering exactly who we're dealing with here.

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How Australia can get Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert out of Iranian prison

Without vocal public support and Australian government intervention, the academic is facing 10 years in an Iranian prison.

NDIS Minister Stuart Robert. (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

A NDISaster waiting to happen

Good morning, early birds. More than 1,200 Australians died waiting for an NDIS package in just three years, and Karen Andrews reprimands climate deniers for wasting everyone's time. It's the news you need to know, with Caleb Triscari.

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Just a reminder that Morrison can send us to war whenever he wants

If Scott Morrison thinks that a military excursion could turn his plummeting fortunes around, there's not much we could do to stop him.

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