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Global stock markets have stabilised on Tuesday after a wave of early selling petered out and Wall Street futures managed a solid bounce after the previous day's sharp sell-off on fears about the spreading coronavirus.
The World Health Organisation has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late last year and the coronavirus that causes it.
The Northern Territory's Chief Minister Michael Gunner will not guarantee he will remain Labor leader when voters go to the polls in August.
The military watchdog is investigating 55 separate allegations of unlawful conduct in Afghanistan by Australian soldiers.
The manager of a Cairns childcare centre told authorities "my whole life is over" after finding the body of a toddler in the back of the kindy bus he had been driving.
Scott Morrison has described the coronavirus outbreak as a global health crisis, warning the economic impacts will stretch far beyond Australia's tourism and education sectors.
Adam Reynolds will lean on the experience of Sam Burgess, Greg Inglis and John Sutton as he attempts to lead South Sydney into the next generation.
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