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All new fossil fuel projects must be scrapped to reach net-zero by 2050, world energy agency warns

The International Energy Agency’s executive director says its new report shows the path to global net-zero emissions by 2050 is “narrow but still achievable”. All future fossil fuel projects must
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Infectious diseases expert Nick Coatsworth warns ‘risk of deaths’ over international travel border

One of Australia’s top infectious diseases experts has joined the growing chorus of calls for a timetable on Australia’s international borders as the Prime Minister continues to dig in his
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Volunteer Nicky van Dijk dances away with top award

A SALSA-DANCING climate activist has waltzed away with the state’s top prize at the 2021 Tasmanian Volunteer Awards. UTAS PhD student Nicky van Dijk received the Premier’s Tasmanian Volunteer of
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Vertical box tower pitched for CBD

Developers want to build an eight storey tower with “boxlike tenancies” in the CBD. Thank you for dropping in to My Local Pages and checking out this news article regarding
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How SMEs can open communication with traditionally non-English speaking markets

International borders are more blurred than they’ve ever been. Technology, working alongside globalisation, has made it possible to hire from across the globe, sell to customers with different backgrounds, and
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Charter Hall tops up on long-lease offices in $415m spending spree

The Charter Hall property machine is powering up its long-wale REIT, spending $415.4 million on five properties and announcing an accelerated $250 million equity raising to fund the deals. Charter
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Outsourcing in Australia in 2021

The post-pandemic Australian business landscape has shifted more rapidly than we ever could have imagined. The needs and desires of our clients have changed. In particular, businesses within the country,
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Josh Frydenberg defends wages policy despite workers facing real pay cut | Wages growth

Josh Frydenberg has conceded inflation will outstrip wage growth this year – meaning workers face a real pay cut – but defended the government’s decision not to do more to
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Geelong beats St Kilda by 21 points at Docklands to kick off round nine

Geelong has again stepped up in the second half to grind out a 21-point win against a wayward St Kilda under the roof at Docklands. Key points: Geelong has won its
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Tokyo Olympics 2021: Why head coach Rohan Taylor is bullish about swim team’s medal chances

Australian swimming’s senior coaches have witnessed far too many heartbreaking upsets in the past to fall into the trap of making any bold predictions, but there is a quiet confidence
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NRL Round 11 Odds and State Of Origin Betting Preview – 2021

With Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii in danger of missing Origin I, TAB has tightened the odds on the Blues both in the match and series. Papalii faces a possible suspension
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Crusaders vs Brumbies Tips, Odds and Betting – Super Rugby Trans-Tasman 2021

Orangetheory Stadium will play host to Saturday”s Round 1 Super Rugby game between Crusaders and Brumbies. The game kicks off at 5:05 pm with Crusaders heading into the game as
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