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New South Wales will allow vaccinated citizens and their relatives unrestricted entry from November.
Scott Morrison had said he might skip the summit, reigniting criticism of Australia's climate vows.
The former US president is said to be "on the mend" and "in good spirits" in hospital in California.
A range of stories make Friday's newspaper front pages, including comments from the Queen.
But retailers say it could take months to update terminals so people can spend up to £100 without a Pin.
Since Chrissy Gibson was diagnosed with Covid-19, she has had to re-learn many aspects of her life.
A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
Delivering vaccines around South Sudan is more expensive than the cost of the jab itself.
As stars are criticised for being image-obsessed, more relatable celebrities have become popular.
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.
Idris Elba chats to Naga Munchetty about his role in The Harder They Fall.
Despite surgery for an incurable brain tumour, the actress has continued her career on stage.
The Powerlist 2022 recognises the most powerful people of African and African Caribbean heritage in the UK.
Former interpreters fear for their lives after the UK blocks their evacuation on security grounds.
People in England going away for half term will be able to book lateral flow tests, the government says.
Nine Moscow restaurants have received Michelin stars for their food - a prestigious industry award.
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says he would be open to playing abroad if he does not get more game time at Etihad Stadium.
The sea turtle washed ashore a riverbank in Massachusetts this week.
Tobin Heath scores her first goal for Arsenal as the Women's Super League leaders beat Hoffenheim in the Champions League.
Britain's Cameron Norrie beat Argentina's Diego Schwartzman to reach the semi-finals of the Indian Wells Masters.