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Hot-button issue has Queenslanders fuming

Youth crime has become a hot-button issue for Queenslanders, with residents particularly angry about brazen incidents and lenient sentences being dished out by courts. The Courier-Mail’s Your Say 2020 sentiment
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Reef Raiders‘ score to settle with Bulls

PORT Douglas need only look at last year’s finals series for extra motivation for the preliminary final against Barron Trinity Bulls. Source link
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Snow Brings a Bite of Winter to Ballarat Spring

Residents of Ballarat, Victoria, got a late taste of winter on September 25 as temperatures dropped and snow fell at around midday. Described as a “polar plunge” “by T The
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Blue-green algae blooms off the coast of Mackay causes fishy smell to plague the town

A fishy stench has been drifting across the Mackay coast this week, leading locals to wonder what is causing it. Key points: But rather than the sinking of a manure
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Eagle lifts lid on home quarantine life

“I think it’s incredibly tough on all the other clubs, or certainly the one club that goes over,” she said. The WA government’s strict quarantine measures for people entering or
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LIVESTREAM HOCKEY: 24 hour blockbuster starts with junior boys

Hockey fans were braced for a 24 hour livestream blockbuster of finals action from tonight and continuing Saturday at your hockey central, www.couriermail.com.au. Source link
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Croc attacks man in Far North Qld

A man is recovering in hospital following a croc attack off the coast of Far North Queensland on Wednesday. It is understood the 33-year-old man was snorkelling about 4pm in
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Social enterprise Food Connect links small farms and market gardens with city consumers

Would you value your fresh produce more if you knew the farmer who grew it? Key points: A former dairy farmer founded a social enterprise to connect farmers and city
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Echo Park Speedway in stalemate over land lease

A DISPUTE over land in Collinsville has sparked debate at the council table as the lease owners claim they have been locked out of their own property. The council is
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‘Taking action’: Premier sorry for AFL families border breach

Premier Steven Marshall has apologised for an “error of judgment” by an SA Health exemption committee member which led to family members of Port Adelaide AFL players being incorrectly allowed
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NSW Premier Cricket: Your complete guide to the season

Interest in Premier Cricket is tipped to soar to new heights this season after a winter full of sporting cancellations and disappointments due to the coronavirus pandemic. Source link
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Coronavirus patient Richard Misior leaves hospital COVID-19 ward after six months

One of Australia’s longest-hospitalised coronavirus patients has been discharged from the COVID-19 ward at the Gold Coast University Hospital, where he spent 77 days in intensive care. Key points: Richard
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NATIONAL NEWS

Justice Ginsburg Becomes First Woman to Lie in State in US Capitol

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made history as the first woman to lie in state at the United States Capitol on Friday, September 25, according to reports. Ginsburg was lying in
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How the Beirut blast plunged Lebanon into a crisis ‘worse than war’

Gaby Jammal, now 57, joined a militia in Beirut at the age of 12. He came of age fighting in Lebanon’s 15-year civil war, witnessed the mass explosion that killed
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Families find amazing Geelong homes to wait out pandemic in style

A luxury home rebuilt after a devastating fire has found new owners as a string of top-end sales shows homebuyers are looking to wait out the coronavirus pandemic in style
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Russian Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny thanks pilots and paramedics after suspected poisoning

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny said he owes his life to the pilots who made an emergency landing when he collapsed on a flight and the paramedics who diagnosed his
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Fears of panic buying as cases soar in the UK

UK supermarkets are reintroducing buying limits on products to stem a potential wave of panic buying as cases start to rise again On Friday a national survey carried out by
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Growing under glass

Flower Dome Conservatory, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.Credit:Bewitch/ Shuttercock.com And they chart how these “workable miniature conservatories” of ancient Rome have been enlarged, modified and tweaked until we arrive
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Tyrone Peachey reports racial slur to referee, Titans defeat Knights

Fox League microphones have reportedly picked up an incident of racial abuse in the Gold Coast Titans‘ 36-6 win over the Newcastle Knights on Friday night. It was a grim
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Coronavirus UK: How quickly is the outbreak REALLY growing?

Published: 21:26 AEST, 25 September 2020 | Updated: 01:05 AEST, 26 September 2020 Between 9,000 and 16,000 Britons are getting infected with coronavirus every day, according to researchers monitoring the
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QUEENSLAND SPORT

Andrews fit as Lions focus on Tiger streak

The AFL’s man of the moment Lachie Neale is adamant Brisbane can finally end the league’s longest current winning streak, even if he thinks Richmond will be “happy to play
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Harris Andrews set to return for Lions against Tigers

Brisbane’s All-Australian fullback Harris Andrews is certain to return in the Lions’ AFL qualifying final against Richmond after surviving a tough test of his injured hamstring on Friday. Andrews, who
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All-Australian selector defends controversial forwards call

All-Australian selector Glen Jakovich has explained why midfielders Patrick Dangerfield and Marcus Bontempelli were selected in the forward line of this year’s team. Dangerfield and Bontempelli were both named on
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Super League hold off on Toronto decision

Toronto Wolfpack have been granted a stay of execution after Super League teams deferred a decision on the Canadian club’s application for re-entry. Toronto pulled out of Super League in
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Wallabies back on full pay but pledge to help Super Rugby mates still on reduced deals

In the latest arrangement, there is greater disparity in terms of pay, based on national representation and whether or not someone is on the radar of Wallabies coach Dave Rennie.
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AFL trades 2020: Trade Whispers, news, rumours, Jack Graham, Richmond, Carlton, Jake Carlisle, St Kilda, ruckmen

A premiership Tiger has reportedly rejected interest from three rival clubs. Plus the veteran Saint still without an offer for next year, and the looming “ruck merry-go-round”. Catch up on
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West Indian great recalls Dean Jones as a “thorn in our flesh”

Dean Jones stared down West Indian great Sir Curtly Ambrose in one of the most memorable moments of his career. And the fiery fast bowler conceded on Friday that Jones
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Holden not giving up on Supercars title

A resurgent Shane van Gisbergen will do whatever it takes to help Red Bull Holden teammate Jamie Whincup pull off the greatest Supercars heist of all time. Despite winning three
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WORLD NEWS

AI, captain – China now has the world’s largest fleet, alarming its Pacific rival | United States

Sep 26th 2020 A SLEEK GREY trimaran that cuts through the water at 27 knots, the Sea Hunter is capable of sailing from San Diego to Tokyo, and back again,
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Lock up the small fry—for a start – Ukraine’s anti-corruption court bares its teeth | Europe

THE OFFICIALS who ran Ukraine before its revolution in 2014 are believed to have stolen billions of dollars. One crony gave Viktor Yanukovych, when he was president, a solid gold
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Chinese air force propaganda video appears to use Hollywood movie clips

The 2-minute, 15-second video, titled “The God of War H-6K Goes on the Attack!” was released over the weekend by China’s People Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) on Weibo, a
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Pandemic focus at UN pushes out key topics

At the United Nations this week, Kenya’s president lamented the loss of animal species and called for measures to combat climate change. Slovenia’s president spoke of eliminating land mines, legacies
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The GOP Lawsuits Fight Back

By The Editorial Board Close The Editorial Board Sept. 24, 2020 7:35 pm ET Sample voting ballots sit in a pile during a training on a new ballot sorting machine
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‘Life Is Such a Simple, Yet Cruel Thing’ By Vladimir Putin

This article originally appeared at Russian Pioneer  Translated by Kristina Aleshnikova Frankly, my father did not even like to touch on the subject of the war. It was more like
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MEC considered an appeal to members for a bailout before it agreed to a private equity deal

Article content continued It looked at applying for the federal government’s Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility, which provides emergency funding during COVID-19, and the Business Development Bank of Canada’s mid-market
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Split over new tough coronavirus measures for Madrid – POLITICO

Madrid is the epicenter of coronavirus in Spain, with nearly 50,000 cases diagnosed in the last two weeks. | Oscar del Pozo/AFP via Getty Images Health Minister Salvador Illa clashes
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WORLD SPORT

Red Bull aim to keep Albon, Verstappen and Newey together

FILE PHOTO: Formula One F1 – Tuscan Grand Prix – Mugello, Scarperia e San Piero, Italy – September 10, 2020 Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon during a press
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Racing 92 v Saracens (Sat)

Alex Goode (10) has stepped into the fly-half role in the absence of the suspended Owen Farrell Date: Saturday 26 September Kick-off: 14:00 BST Venue: Paris La Defense Arena Coverage:
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European Masters: Ronnie O’Sullivan beaten by teenage rookie Aaron Hill

Ronnie O’Sullivan won his sixth world title last month World champion Ronnie O’Sullivan was knocked out of the European Masters by Irish teenager Aaron Hill. The 18-year-old is ranked 115th
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Golf-McCumber finishes with four-way share of lead in Dominican Republic

FILE PHOTO: Aug 1, 2020; Truckee, CA, USA; Tyler McCumber hits the 6th hole tee during the third round of the Barracuda Championship golf tournament at Old Greenwood. Mandatory Credit:
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Super Cup: Bayern Munich 2-1 Sevilla (AET) – Javi Martinez scores extra-time winner

Bayern Munich have won four trophies in 2020 Bayern Munich were taken to extra time by a durable and resilient Sevilla in front 15,180 fans in Budapest before adding the
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'It's a real tough day': Brett Lee returns to TV hours after trying to save Dean Jones

The former Australia fast bowler performed CPR on Jones in a desperate attempt to revive him at their Mumbai hotel. Source link
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Joy Neville: Former Ireland captain to be first female TMO for men’s Test

Joy Neville was an assistant referee in Saracens’ European Champions Cup quarter-final win over Leinster earlier this month Joy Neville will become the first female television match official for a
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Djokovic out to make amends in Paris for U.S. Open fiasco

FILE PHOTO: Tennis – ATP Masters 1000 – Italian Open – Foro Italico, Rome, Italy – September 21, 2020 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates winning the final against Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman
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