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On-song Tsitsipas praises tough de Minaur

Stefanos Tsitsipas was left saluting the courageous effort of Alex de Minaur after ending Australian singles hopes at the Barcelona Open by knocking out the country’s No.1-ranked player in straight
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Morrison government quashes Victoria’s belt and road deal with China

The Morrison government has cancelled the belt and road agreements Victoria has with China. In the first decisions under the government’s new law allowing it to quash arrangements states, territories
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Putin: Russia targets collective immunity

President Vladimir Putin says he wants Russia to reach collective COVID-19 immunity by the northern autumn and has called on Russians to get vaccinated against the new coronavirus. Russia has
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Australians to pay for failed national energy policy

Just like the disastrous NBN debacle, the cost of the Coalition Government’s failed energy policies will be borne by renewable energy users, writes Paul Budde. THE Australian Energy Market Commission
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Afterpay closer to US listing, sales climb

Afterpay has confirmed it is closer to listing on a US stock market after North America overtook Australia and New Zealand as the biggest region for sales. Thank you for
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Mason installed as Spurs boss for season

Ryan Mason will lead Tottenham into the English League Cup final against Manchester City on Sunday as the youngest manager in the club’s history after being installed as the replacement
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Deregulation key part of May budget: Morrison

The prime minister says a $120 billion deregulation package in next month’s budget will aim to put business in the driving seat of Australia’s economic recovery. Thank you for stopping
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UK PM cancels India trip amid virus spike

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called off a trip to New Delhi amid surging coronavirus cases in India as the UK keeps a worried eye on a new variant first
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Trbojevic factor bigger than Johns and JT

Tom Trbojevic’s impact on Manly is statistically greater than what Andrew Johns and Johnathan Thurston had on Newcastle and North Queensland respectively, with the Sea Eagles 16 points better off
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Who won what in the 2020-21 Australian domestic season

WBBL: Sydney Thunder The first title of the season was decided in late November when Sydney Thunder won the WBBL for the second time by comprehensively beating Melbourne Stars in
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Waters claims both Supercars pole spots

Supercars championship leader Shane Van Gisbergen will have to do it the hard way in Tasmania if he’s to continue his perfect start to the season. The New Zealander is
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Western Force keep finals dream alive with thrilling win

A late penalty from Domingo Miotti ensured the Western Force remained in the hunt for Super Rugby AU finals after a dramatic 31-30 victory over NSW Waratahs on Saturday. In
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Talisman shares soar on mining royalty

Shares in Talisman Mining closed up more than 30 per cent after the company announced its first royalty payment over Mineral Resources’ new iron ore mine in the Pilbara. Thank
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HomeBuilder construction deadline extended | PerthNow

The federal government has extended the deadline to begin construction under the HomeBuilder grants program by an additional 12 months. Those who were eligible for the grant before its March
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3 mRNA vaccines researchers are working on (that aren’t COVID)

The world’s first mRNA vaccines – the COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna – have made it in record time from the laboratory, through successful clinical trials, regulatory approval and
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ASX on winning streak as records loom

Australia’s share market is poised to rise to record heights next week after one such achievement went largely unnoticed. Thank you for visiting My Local Pages and reading this news
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‘Problematic’ plastics phased-out by 2025

Australia’s environment ministers are planning to phase out a range of “problematic and unnecessary” plastic products over the next four years. Lightweight plastic bags, straws, utensils and stirrers are among
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WA man charged with ordering live-distance child abuse

This is a joint media release between the Australian Federal Police and Western Australia Police Force A 70-year-old man who allegedly ordered live-distance child abuse from the Philippines is expected
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92 Energy makes strong ASX debut

Uranium business 92 Energy has closed up 40 per cent on its first day of trading, after raising $7 million under its IPO. Thank you for dropping in and seeing
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How the pandemic election may favour Labor

In the shadow of the pandemic, recent ongoing Morrison Government scandals may provide Anthony Albanese with the necessary ammunition to carry Labor’s current lead to an electoral victory, writes Tarric
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ASX200 has highest close since Feb 2020

Australia’s share market has closed at its highest level since February 2020, before the coronavirus market crash. Thank you for dropping in to My Local Pages and reading this news
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Eating wild mushrooms not worth the risk

With recent rain creating ideal conditions for mushrooms to pop up in the wild, health authorities are advising against the foraging trend, warning that eating wild fungi can be fatal.
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WA man, 58, in court for online child abuse offences

This is a joint media release between the Australian Federal Police and Western Australia Police Force. A 58-year-old Western Australian man is expected to appear in Busselton Magistrate’s Court today
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