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All the news you need to know this Thursday.

Australians entering the workforce could be up to $500,000 better off in retirement under a plan to overhaul the superannuation system. The productivity commission is calling for tougher standards, to drive underperforming funds out of the market.

The family of a man who died after attending Beyond The Valley music festival has discredited reports he died of a drug overdose. Callum Edward's family has revealed he could have died from a snake bite after tiger snake venom was found in his blood. The funeral for the 20-year-old will be held on Thursday.

READ MORE: Beyond The Valley Festival Death: Snake Venom Found In Reveller's Blood

The funeral for Callum will be held on Thursday. Image: Facebook/ Liam Edwards/ Beyond The Valley.

A toddler has drowned and a young boy is fighting for life after two separate incidents in NSW. A two-year-old was pulled unconscious from a backyard pool in Sydney’s West last night, but later died in hospital. Just hours earlier, a four-year-old boy and his six-year-old sister were pulled from the water on the Central Coast. The boy is still in a serious condition.

READ MORE: Sydney Backyard Tragedy: Two-Year-Old Girl Drowns In Swimming Pool

A major search is underway to find those responsible for sending suspicious packages to foreign consulates in Melbourne and Canberra. More than a dozen offices were targeted on Wednesday. The Australian Federal Police are still investigating multiple incidents.

READ MORE: Suspicious Packages Delivered To Multiple Foreign Consulates In Melbourne And ACT

Sydney is no longer the most expensive city to rent a house. Canberra is now the city with the highest prices for the first time in 11 years. New figures reveal rental costs increased in most capital cities over the December quarter.

The United Nations have confirmed Saudi teenager Rahaf Al-Qunun is a genuine refugee and has refereed her case to Australia. The Department of Home Affairs said it will consider her case, but that the 18-year-old will be given no special treatment. Regardless of her future's uncertainty, Al-Qunun tweeted saying she is "happy" with the UN's findings.

READ MORE: Rahaf Al-Qunun Referred To Australia For Refugee Resettlement By UNHCR

British Prime Minsiter Theresa May has suffered another blow over Brexit. Her government will have three days to come up with a revised Brexit plan if her withdrawal deal is rejected by MPs next week.

READ MORE: MP's Extraordinary Protest In Wild Brexit Parliament Debate

A teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio has been recorded by a student as he allegedly 'masturbated' during class time. One student, who was in the class when the alleged incident occurred, recorded the substitute teacher looking at his phone with one hand, while the other was moving below the desk. Once senior staff at the middle school were informed of the alleged incident, the offending teacher was removed. Police later charged him with public indecency.

In tennis, John Millman is through to the quarter-finals at the Sydney International. Ash Barty is also through after defeating world number one Simona Halep in straight sets. Alex De Minaur will face off against fellow Aussie Jordan Thompson in the quarter-final on Thursday.

The world’s richest couple are getting a divorce. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife Mackenzie are calling it quits after 25 years marriage

READ MORE: World's Richest Man To Divorce Wife After 25 Years Of Marriage

The apir are set to divorce after 25 years of marriage. Image: Getty Images.

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