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Support the Guardian Support us   Fund independent journalism with $5 per month Gilitian @ Headlines Aus o o Headlines The Guardian Lehrmann returns to witness box for cross-examination Live   The Guardian Lehrmann returns to witness box for cross-examination Follow live NSW   Woman, 90, dies in hospital two weeks after alleged rape at aged care facility Australia politics live   PM hails Pat Dodson’s ‘wise counsel and fearless conviction’ as senator resigns ‘It’s amazing’   Scientists analyse 4.6bn-year-old dark dust from Bennu asteroid ‘Abhorrent’ racism   Hundreds of prominent Australians sign letter condemning rise in antisemitism The Crunch Sign up for The Crunch newsletter Get the most important charts and dataviz direct to your inbox every fortnight. Newsletters may contain info about charities, online ads, and content funded by outside parties Click to sign up Israel-Hamas war The rural network Working dogs battle for top spot at NSW sheep and cattle trials – photo essay ‘They live for it’   Working dogs battle for top spot at NSW sheep and cattle trials – photo essay As trainers and their four-legged colleagues gather at the Working Dog Challenge in the state’s central west to vie for thousands of dollars in prize money, Mike Bowers captures Australia’s hardest-working animals in action Full Story podcast Full Story   Should police be first responders during mental health emergencies? – Full Story podcast Should police be first responders during mental health emergencies? – Full Story podcast Western Australia – Where Dream Events Happen Step outside of the everyday and into a dreamscape of events in Western Australia. Whether it’s unmissable global blockbusters, unforgettable moments shared with the world’s oldest living culture, or culinary experiences in otherworldly locations – there are wondrous events happening all year round. <br><br> <em>Advertisement</em> DBV SV TR WHERE WESTERN AUSTRALIA WALKING ON A DREAM Step outside of the everyday and into a dreamscape of events in Western Australia. Whether it’s unmissable global blockbusters, unforgettable moments shared with the world’s oldest living culture, or culinary experiences in otherworldly locations – there are wondrous events happening all year round. Advertisement Sport Jasmine Garner   The AFLW star with the power to shape the grand final The AFLW star with the power to shape the grand final Matildas   Kerr withdraws from squad for Canada friendlies after injury Legal threat   ‘Callous disregard’ – Ellis slams Netball Australia leadership Culture ‘This is a wake-up call’   Booker winner Paul Lynch on his novel about a fascist Ireland Booker winner Paul Lynch on his novel about a fascist Ireland ‘It was written for a Nosferatu musical’   How Bonnie Tyler made Total Eclipse of the Heart ‘I blubbed inconsolably for 20 minutes’   Your favourite ever Doctor Who moments Opinion Are wealthy voters willing to put their money where their heart is on stage-three tax cuts? Peter Lewis Are wealthy voters willing to put their money where their heart is on stage-three tax cuts? A nautilus: a mass extinction event survivor in a galaxy spiral shell Helen Sullivan Albo is ropable! The polls are a disaster and nobody can explain how this happened! 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