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9 Palomino Road, Auldana InReview launch Fringe review: Something in the Water Our aged deserve dignity and action Reynolds doesn’t deny calling ex-staffer a ‘lying cow’ after Parliament rape claim
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Christian Porter denies rape allegation

Attorney-General Christian Porter faces the media about a historic rape allegation, rejecting the claim and says he will not step down. Andrew Probyn reports. Thanks for stopping by and reading
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Adelaide’s housing boom continues with run-down home selling for $750,000 above asking price

A dilapidated house with propped up walls has sold for $750,000 more than the asking price in Adelaide, where buyers and sellers are seeing big price bumps in recent months.
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David Leyonhjelm loses appeal bid, must pay $120,000 for defaming Sarah Hanson-Young

Former Senator David Leyonhjelm has lost his bid to overturn a ruling that he defamed Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young, meaning he will have to pay $120,000 in compensation. Key points:
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“He put his hand up my skirt”: Report lifts lid on harassment in SA Parliament

Overruled: Crossbench flexes muscle over minority Marshall Govt Your views: on Kimba nuclear dump, ramping and preselection SA unis aim to restart overseas student exchanges in 2022 Govt weighs up
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Equal Opportunity Commissioner report reveals sexual harassment allegations in SA Parliament

A damning Equal Opportunity Commission review has found sexual harassment is prevalent in South Australia’s Parliament, with eight people reporting being victims of sexual harassment by MPs or their staff
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‘All that we have been through as a family has made a change’: Family welcomes aged care recommendations

When Barb Spriggs found her husband lying on the ground of the Oakden aged care facility with two nurses standing either side of him she knew something had to change.
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Unemployment on the rise in South Australia’s Riverland and South East, with female workers the worst hit

South Australia’s Riverland and South-East regions are experiencing their highest levels of unemployment in four years, and it is women who are making up nearly all of the employment drop
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“A world without the arts would be a dry and dismal place”

The post “A world without the arts would be a dry and dismal place” appeared first on InDaily. Thanks for reading this news article involving National and SA news and
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NATIONAL NEWS

New ad campaign to rock Uluru’s image

Fettered by border shutdowns and the lack of direct flights to the red centre, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia, which operates five hotels and resorts plus a 440-site camping ground in
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South Australians to receive the country’s first AstraZeneca vaccine doses from Friday

South Australians will be the first in the nation to get the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine option. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed the batches that arrived from overseas recently have
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Richmond Tigers’ Tom Lynch to miss Collingwood Magpies practice match, Dion Prestia on track for round one of AFL season

Tom Lynch will join Dion Prestia on the sidelines on Friday night, missing Richmond’s hitout against Collingwood with a toe complaint. Prestia, who has been troubled by soft-tissue injuries in
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Victoria records no new coronavirus cases for sixth consecutive day

Victoria has recorded no new local cases of coronavirus for a sixth consecutive day. There were seven active cases remaining on Thursday, one less than on Wednesday. More than 19,000
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Explained: Are you entitled to power outage compensation Power back for most but some still in the dark after three days, Ergon says compensation not likely

AS lights come back on in the final Far North suburbs, questions about financial compensation for damage caused by fallen powerlines and spoiled frozen goods have been answered by Ergon
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Germany to start spying on far-right party under suspicion of posing a threat to democracy

Germany’s domestic security agency has placed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party under surveillance for posing a threat to democracy, media reported and parliamentary sources said Wednesday, dealing a
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Another bloody day as the tragedy of Myanmar is writ large on a T-shirt

A spokesman for the junta did not respond to a request for comment on the killings. Myat Thu, who was with Angel at the protests, recalled a brave young woman
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Best of cartoons, March 4, 2021

Best of cartoons, March 4, 2021 Best of cartoons, March 4, 2021 Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer 7 Images The news of the day as interpreted by
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AUSTRALIAN SPORT

AFL news 2021, AAMI Community Series, Carlton vs St Kilda, how to watch, Kayo, scores, results, updates, pre-season, news, teams

A number of new faces will get a chance to push for Round 1 opportunity when the AFL’s official practice round kicks-off on Thursday night. Carlton and St Kilda will
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Willie Rioli free to play in August after two-year ban backdated: reports

West Coast has received a big pyschological boost on the eve of the season with reports star playmaker Willie Rioli would receive a two-year backdated ban and be free to
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Rob James dead horse video: Shocking footage of jockey emerges, world reacts

WARNING: Graphic content Racing’s reputation suffered another blow as jockey Rob James apologised for a video circulating of him jumping on to a dead horse and pretending to ride it.
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Oscar McDonald to play for Carlton Blues in pre-season match v St Kilda Saints

In last Thursday’s scratch match against Essendon, McDonald spent some time in the ruck as he looks to add another string to his bow apart from playing in defence. The
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St Kilda recruit believes an early AFL debut is “gettable”

St Kilda ruck recruit Paul Hunter is intent on pushing for a spot in the senior side early in the season, saying he’s not around to make up the numbers.
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Nathan Buckley, Simon Goodwin and Leon Cameron face uncertain coaching futures

Coaches dealt with unprecedented challenges in COVID-ravaged season 2020 but all kept their jobs, notwithstanding John Worsfold’s planned handover and Rhyce Shaw stepping away for personal reasons. Will that be
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AFL boss Gillon McLachlan defends controversial stand rule against disgruntled fans, promising more open football

The AFL’s new stand rule is designed to make life difficult for players like Brisbane’s All-Australian defender Harris Andrews. Key points: Umpires have been told players cannot move when standing
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Pressure on Carlton Blues coach David Teague as club great Robert Walls questions his future

Heading into their Community Series clash against St Kilda on Thursday, the Blues have made no secret of their desire to return to September action for the first time since
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WORLD NEWS

Hong Kong ombudsman accuses authorities of inadequate monitoring of high-demand vaccines

Hong Kong’s ombudsman has accused authorities of inadequate monitoring of high-demand vaccines following an investigation into their quality, after fake human papillomavirus (HPV) shots were found at two clinics in
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Finland’s state of emergency was unnecessary, says Constitutional Law Committee

THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Committee of the Parliament on Wednesday approved a proposal to amend the legislation on restaurant and accommodation services in a way that enables the government to shutter
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Girl raises money for own brain surgery

A 7-year-old Alabama girl is raising money for her own brain surgery by running a lemonade stand. So far, the girl’s stand has taken in more than $12,000 in donations,
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Beyond balloons: Saskatchewan emerges as a helium hub as drilling ramps up

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Energy Commodities A small set of investors that previously focused on the oil and gas industry are eyeing an opportunity in a gas currently fetching a
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Meghan Markle is ‘not the victim’

Meghan Markle has marketed herself as the “great woke warrior”, yet if even half the allegations that she bullied Palace staff are true then this will be incredibly damaging for
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Mississippi passes bill banning transgender student-athletes from female sports teams

The bill now heads to the governor’s desk. March 4, 2021, 1:47 AM • 6 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Mississippi legislators have passed a bill
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Rock Band Kings of Leon Will Be Among First to Release Album as Non-Fungible Token – Reports

Tech 00:05 GMT 04.03.2021Get short URL https://cdn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e5/03/03/1082248027_0:0:3028:1704_1200x675_80_0_0_86e5d486a3e1cecc4ee3f1a0348a2bb4.jpg Sputnik International https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png Sputnik https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png https://sputniknews.com/science/202103041082247978-rock-band-kings-of-leon-will-be-among-first-to-release-album-as-non-fungible-token–reports-/ A non-fungible token, or NFT, is a blockchain-based digital asset that represents something unique, like a piece
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Welcome Steps To Return Jammu And Kashmir To Full Economic, Political Normalcy: US

US welcomed steps taken by New Delhi to return J&K to full economic and political normalcy Washington: The United States on Wednesday welcomed the steps taken by New Delhi to
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WORLD SPORT

Japan prepares to ban overseas spectators from Tokyo Games

Japan’s government is reportedly leaning towards banning all overseas spectators for the Olympics and Paralympics, with a decision to be confirmed by the end of March. Seiko Hashimoto, the head
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Scottish Cup: Competition to resume with remaining second-round ties on 23 March

Celtic have won the Scottish Cup in each of the last four seasons The Scottish Cup will resume on Tuesday, 23 March with 12 outstanding second-round ties and the rescheduled
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WTA roundup: Top seed falls in Lyon opener

FILE PHOTO: Tennis – Gippsland Trophy – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 6, 2021 Russia’s Ekaterina Alexandrova in action during her semi final match against Estonia’s Kaia Kanepi REUTERS/Loren Elliott
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Sport & brain injury: Parliamentary inquiry to be launched to investigate link

Five members of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning team have been diagnosed with dementia A parliamentary inquiry into the link between sport and long-term brain injury is being launched on Wednesday.
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Jamie Maclaren at double as depleted Melbourne City down woeful Western Sydney Wanderers

“We were literally in the tunnel when we made the change with [Naoki] Tsubaki coming in [for Berenguer]. But with the way we play, the way we do things, players
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World Cup 2030: UK and Republic of Ireland associations back UK government support for bid

Wembley Stadium will host the final of Euro 2020 in June 2021 Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is the “right time” for the UK and Republic of Ireland to
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About 1,000 Olympics volunteers quit this month in wake of furor over president

FILE PHOTO: The Olympic rings are illuminated in front of the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo February 26, 2021 TOKYO (Reuters) – About 1,000
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Gordon Elliott: Trainer says dead horse photo is real and apologises

Gordon Elliott has trained more than 140 winners this season and is second to Willie Mullins in the Irish trainers’ championship Warning – this article contains an image that some
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