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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 17, 2021


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Race Videos: Kyle Chalmers Wins Two Events at Australian Olympic Trials – Tonight concluded Day 5 of the 2021 Australian Olympic Trials. So far, we have seen 7 record-breaking swims, which can be viewed here. Seven more …

Iron ore price: Five triggers that could push price down – Calls to reintroduce a mining tax could signal that the price of Australia’s most … Atlas Fund Management’s Hugh Dive telling the Australian Financial Review …

ADF Vice Chief David Johnston calls on Myanmar’s junta to immediately release Australian Sean Turnell – Australia’s second most-senior military officer has called for the “immediate release” of detained Australian economist Sean Turnell during a second phone call …

Sheetweb spiders cover Australian town after flood – An Australian region has been caught in webs of thousands of spiders after severe floods that have forced people — and arachnids — to find drier land.

Several major Australian cricketers pull out of white-ball tours of West Indies, Bangladesh – Several top Australian cricketers including Pat Cummins, Marcus Stoinis and David Warner, have withdrawn from the white-ball tour of the West Indies, Cricket …

Australia in a strong position on regtech – Australia has emerged as a major regulatory technology hub with 80 … would also help to rebalance investment in an otherwise strong Australian regtech sector.

Industry Insight: Innovating on Australia’s domestic card payments – This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with eftpos Australia. Sometimes the most remarkable innovations are …

Classism in Australia is ‘real’. Meet the crusaders calling it out – Her experience defies a belief held by many Australians. About 57 per cent of Australians who participated in the Australia Talks National Survey 2021 believe the …

The secret ingredient to Australia’s remarkable jobs performance: an exodus of foreign workers? – He says the monthly labour force data is excluding a vital element of Australia’s labour force: foreign workers who’ve been working in Australia for less than 12 …

Taliban close to taking Afghan province of Uruzgan where Australian troops served – The Afghan province where Australian troops served for close to a decade could … Earlier this month, Australia’s Chief of Defence General Angus Campbell told …

2022 Australian of the Year Awards: How one nomination changed Tara McClelland’s path – The 2021 ACT Young Australian of the Year, Tara McClelland, has urged people to nominate someone they know for next year’s awards. Picture: Matt Loxton.

‘Ballooning’ spiders leave behind sea of silk after flood in Australia – Many residents of Victoria, Australia, evacuated their homes to avoid disastrous floods last week — and upon their return, they found the land, trees and road …

Plan to end HIV transmission in Australia by 2025 – The coalition, which includes researchers, HIV clinicians and groups including the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, the Kirby Institute and the Doherty …

Minimum wage set to rise almost $20 weekly – Most of Australia’s lowest paid workers will receive almost $20 extra a week from next month but employer groups and unions have raised concerns with the …

Huge Spider Web Blankets Bushland in Australia’s State of Victoria – The latest Tweet by Reuters states, ‘Huge spider web blankets bushland in Australia’s state of Victoria’. Team Latestly Jun 16, 2021 11:06 PM IST. A-; A+.

Queensland budget not enough to protect Australians from natural disasters – ICA – Queensland budget not enough to protect Australians from natural disasters – ICA. The Queensland government has announced a $10 million budget for …

Federal Labor’s Madeleine King defends gas as ‘critical’ to Australia’s needs – Federal Labor’s Madeleine King defends gas as ‘critical’ to Australia’s needs. Opposition frontbencher will tell industry Labor’s support is predicated on gas being a …

Guardian Australia wins Walkley for revealing alleged racism on set of Neighbours – Kelly Burke picks up arts journalism gong at mid-year Walkleys for exclusive interview with actor Shareena Clanton. Shareena Clanton. Australian actor …

‘Scapegoating’: protesters to gather at Australian parliament before Witness K sentencing – ‘Scapegoating’: protesters to gather at Australian parliament before Witness K sentencing. Former NSW DPP says ‘the wrong parties are being prosecuted’ in case …

House of cards: Australia’s main response to the Covid recession was to keep home prices booming – Residential prices across Australia’s capital cities rose 5.4% in the first quarter of this year – the strongest growth since December 2009 when the Rudd …

The people of Biloela v the government | Australia news – With the spotlight on the Biloela family, can Australia’s rhetoric on refugees improve? Support The Guardian. The Guardian is editorially independent. And we …

Ciona Wilson named reserve for Australian Olympic rowing team – Launceston rower Ciona Wilson admitted to mixed emotions after missing out on Australia’s Olympic rowing team but still securing a ticket to Tokyo as a reserve.

Australian region covered in cobwebs as spiders flee floods – Residents of the Australian region of Gippsland in the state of Victoria were greeted with layers of gossamer cobwebs after the area was hit by severe flooding, …

How the West Midlands could benefit from an Australia trade deal – The DoIT says the elimination of tariffs could increase UK competitiveness in the Australian market. Meanwhile, some of the world-famous Mr Kipling cakes are …

Australia chief selector expects players to skip IPL 2021 if it clashes with T20I Tri-series – Tri-series involving West Indies and Afghanistan likely to clash with the resumption of the IPL 2021. PTI. Melbourne 16 June, 2021 22:19 IST. Pat Cummins is …

Compensation: What’s the law on mental health injuries? – The applicant had worked as a Level 4 Principal Analyst for the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (“APRA”) since 2012. In April 2018, with a history of …

Video: Cobwebs from gossamer spiders blanket this Australian region – The Australian region of Gippsland encountered a phenomenon knowns as ballooning, where spiders move to higher ground after heavy rains and flooding.

Tory minister tells farmers to ‘stop being defensive’ about Australian deal – Liz Truss claimed the agreement with Australia will act as a “stepping stone” to a wider trans-Pacific accord. The Tory minister said the UK is looking at parts of the …

Revealed: The habits of successful remote workers – Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. AU · NZ · CA · US · Asia · NEWS.

Emma McKeon wins 100 freestyle at Australian Olympic trials – ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Emma McKeon backed up her fastest time in the qualifying heats to win the women’s 100-meter freestyle Wednesday at the …

Australia in ‘spider apocalypse’ as huge webs spotted on roadside – People have been left amazed by these vast webs spun by spiders seeking refuge from floods in Australia. Eerie pictures and footage show silky gossamer …

Covid-19 Australia: Sydney list of Covid exposure sites blows out to NINETEEN as map shows how two infected cases travelled across the city to busy shopping centres, cafes and cinemas – so is your area on the list? – The shock case prompted officials in Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory to bring in rules saying anyone who has been to …

Australian bushland blanketed in massive cobwebs – Thousands of spiders and their webs blanketed bushland in Australia’s state of Victoria, after heavy rain and flooding hit the region. Webs covered road signs, …

Chabad Rabbi Awarded Australia’s Highest Honor – Rabbi Yaakov Glasman, prominent Melbourne Chabad Rabbi, was honored by the Australian Government with the prestigious Member of the Order of Australia, …

Australia Approves RBI Hawker for Rotary Blade Repair – RBI Hawker has received Part 145 maintenance organization approval from the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for its new rotary blade repair …

Russell Crowe Backing New Australian Film Studio – Russell Crowe has announced plans to back a new film studio in Australia’s Coffs Harbour, situated on the country’s New South Wales Mid North Coast.

Boris Johnson told he’s ‘talking tripe’ about Australian trade deal – BORIS Johnson has been accused of talking “tripe” about his government’s trade deal with Australia after he denied selling out Scottish farmers. The Tory leader …

Justis Huni vs Paul Gallen result, boxing news, sad reality of Aussie boxing star Justis Huni after Paul Gallen barrage – It has also exposed the grim reality about his stature in Australian boxing … All the ingredients are there – Australia is just waiting to see the finished product.

Cunard Unveils New Itineraries, Cancels 2022 World Cruises, Australia Cruises – Also affected are Queen Elizabeth’s voyages from the UK to Australia, along with the ship’s entire Australian cruise season up to March 9, 2022, which is now …

Australia fret over Smith’s availability for T20 WC & Ashes – Cricket Australia is …

Western Australian Premier calls for restoring ties with China – ‘Speaking at an annual Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association conference in Perth, capital of the state, McGowan told about 1,700 delegates …

High Five For Matthew Levy As Australia Names A 32-strong Paralympic Swim Team For Tokyo – IT’S TOKYO TIME: Australia’s 32-strong Paralympic Swim Team displaying their Qantas boarding passes. Photo Courtesy Delly Carr (Swimming Australia).

Health system unprepared for bushfire harm – During Australia’s 2019/20 bushfires, smoke caused 429 premature deaths, 3320 hospital admissions for cardiovascular or respiratory conditions, and 1523 …

Australian Rockers THE SCREAMING JETS Announce 30th-Anniversary Re-Release Of ‘All For One’ – In 1990 five blokes from Newcastle called THE SCREAMING JETS took the Australian music scene by the scruff of the neck and gave a red hot shake.

Paul Gallen vs Justis Huni KO: Australia reacts, result, video – Justis Huni knocked out Paul Gallen in the 10th round, but the former rugby league star turned prize fighter has turned Australia’s opinion around with his …

‘Unshackled’ palm-destroying beetles could soon invade Australia – Dr Etebari said investing in research and new control methods was vital, not only for Australia’s prosperity, but for humanitarian reasons. “The coconut rhinoceros …

Swimming Australia Unveils 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Swim Team – Australia’s top Para-swimmers are set to write a new chapter in the nation’s decorated history at the Paralympics after a 32-strong Team was confirmed to compete …

County TimesFarming industry alarmed at new details of Australia/UK trade deal – The overall changes to Australia’s tariff-free access to the UK market are phased in over 10 years, but Australian Government sources have confirmed that major …

Australians $11,500 worse off as productivity slows over the decade – Every Australian is $11,500 worse off after a decade of the nation’s worst economic growth since the 1950s, with warnings from one of the federal government’s …

Seymour College is helping girls to forge their own future – Founded in 1922, Seymour College (formerly Presbyterian Girls’ College) is regarded as one of Australia’s leading independent schools for girls. Located on …

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