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Readership of the Herald Sun surges
As the state battled through Covid, Victorians turned to the newspaper they trust — the most-read Saturday paper in the country, the Herald Sun. December 4, 2020 - 11:59PM. Herald Sun. As Melbourne battled COVID, readers turned to the Herald Sun.

Metropolitan Police recruit more than 2800 volunteers since the start of pandemic
On Saturday, 5 December, the Metropolitan Police Service will be celebrating International Volunteer Day to recognise the contributions and achievements of its volunteers. Ahead of the day, Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball shared a message of thanks to...

Beijing set a trap for Scott Morrison and he walked right in
The most immediate thing that Xi Jinping's regime achieved this week was to establish what the Chinese Communist Party calls “discourse control” over Australia. It couldn't have done it by itself. When it published its inflammatory propaganda – the old Soviet...

Hitler, terrorism, Port Arthur: Should some subjects be off limits?
When news broke this week that a film about the perpetrator of the Port Arthur massacre is in production in Geelong, the condemnation was swift. The comments on articles, on social media, in Tasmanian parliament and in Canberra mostly amounted to the...

Leona & Candice Pink Pedal Challenge

LeonaCandiceFrom the moment I heard about the opportunity to cycle through Vietnam and Cambodia, whilst fundraising for Breast Cancer Network Australia, I was ‘in’. What an awesome adventure this would be. Little did I know when I signed up, that the universe had other plans for me. I have been battling this cancer beast for two and a half years now, trying to live as ‘normal’ a life as possible, working, travelling, exercising … living! With training for my big adventure well under way and feeling on top of the world, the cancer beast, more aggressive than ever, has struck a debilitating blow. I am ‘shattered’ that I am forced to withdraw from the adventure in Vietnam and Cambodia.

But I refuse to go down without a fight. I set out to raise $10,000 for Breast Cancer Network Australia and that is exactly what I intend to do … with a little help from my dear friend Candice Butler, who has offered to cycle in my place. My quest to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia continues. With your support, we can continue to ensure Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care.

“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end” Earnest Hemingway.

If you would like to support us and the fight against breast cancer, click here

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