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Man in his 30s becomes Australia's youngest coronavirus victim on day of grim records for Victoria

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Trump whipped out the charts to make his case about coronavirus. They didn't help -- Donald Trump and Australian journalist Jonathan Swan both came prepared for their interview about coronavirus, but it was the simplest questions that highlighted the US President's missteps.

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Coronavirus dating - can it be done? If you're looking for love during the pandemic, have you tried digital dating? It might be a bit awkward, but writer Libby Butler has turned her dating experiment into comedy gold. Duration: 6 minutes 21 seconds - 6 - m

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What it's like to go back to a 'dead end' job in a recession -- Isaac Freeman thought 2020 would be his 'career year', but coronavirus had other plans. Turns out, the step backward wasn't such a bad thing.

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The secret history of Wonder Woman -- Historian Jill Lepore has researched one of the 20th Century's most striking superheroes. She untangles the myths, politics and eccentric genius behind the Wonder Woman story. -- Duration: 49 minutes 15 seconds

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Sir David Attenborough and Dave to collaborate for new documentary -- Sir David Attenborough and award-winning UK artist Dave are teaming up for a new BBC documentary special, Planet Earth: A Celebration.

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How Melbourne's stage 4 restrictions compare to the world's toughest lockdowns -- Melbourne has now moved into a stage 4 lockdown, with a night-time curfew imposed on the city for the first time in its history, but how strict are the new rules compared to other countries?

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Good Game Spawn Point: Snack Size – Series 11 Episode 116 The Not-E3 Trailer Theatre! -- There's been tonnes of game announcements recently so we decided to sit down and watch a few of the biggest trailers, and a few oddball ones too! -- Duration: 23 minutes 23 seconds

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Trump lays blame for any potential loss at polls on voter fraud -- Despite virtually no evidence, Donald Trump is blaming voter fraud for any potential loss at the polls in November, and his supporters are already buying into it. -- Duration: 5 minutes 11 seconds

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Working with nature against climate change -- Nature Based Solutions is an environmental approach that seeks to counter the negative effects of climate change by working with nature. -- Duration: 28 minutes 52 seconds

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Climate change means the childhood you remember no longer exists -- Global warming is already changing the world before our eyes — let's see what has happened in your lifetime, and what's in store for your future.

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Six sustainability lessons we can learn from our grandmas -- Many of us are trying to live more sustainably, but do we ever look to the past for tips? What were our grandparents doing that we could learn from?

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The farmers who seem to be defying the drought -- A large part of eastern Australia is drought declared, and the big dry is hitting farmers and communities hard. But some farmers seem to be defying the drought. -- Duration: 18 minutes 37 seconds

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Snowfalls in Australia have a colourful history -- Delve into the fabulously sketchy world of old news and weather records, all the way back to colonisation.

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The Master and Margarita's enduring literary legacy -- It was never meant to be published, but in the decades since readers got their hands on The Master and Margarita, its magnetic pull has only grown and inspired a legion of artists.

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Murder on the dancefloor -- In 1925, Audrey Jacob shot her former fiancé at a charity dance in Perth in front of hundreds of witnesses. A few months later, a jury found her not guilty. How did she get away with it?

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This Week in History: The 1936 Berlin Olympics - Hitler and the Nazi rulers of Germany had big plans for the 1936 Olympics. There in the Berlin stadium, the Aryan race would show their superiority. Duration: 29 minutes 13 seconds - 29 - m

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