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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 4, 2021


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Contact tracing in the spotlight as experts warn of major animal disease risk – Questions are being raised about Australia’s ability to trace livestock as the country’s chief vet warns the risk of a major animal disease outbreak is increasing.

The UK’s preparing to administer COVID vaccine booster shots, and Australia is set to follow suit – That puts it well ahead of Australia’s vaccination rollout, which has seen 8.7 per cent of Australians over 16 fully vaccinated and 30.4 per cent receive at least one …

How to buy a home on single income in Australia – In 2018 the average age for single first home loan applications for both women and men were 35, showing that many Australians are now entering the market …

Australia COVID: Sydney COVID cases expected to decline, Victoria records no new locally acquired cases – Airlines have been warned against profiteering from desperate, stranded Australians trying to get home before passenger arrival caps are halved in 11 days time …

NSW on edge as Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory end lockdowns – As Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory emerge from snap lockdowns, all eyes are on efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak in NSW.

Nick Kyrgios retires from third-round Wimbledon match with an abdominal injury – The Australian received treatment for an abdominal injury before retiring at 6-2, … in two minds about playing for Australia in the Tokyo Olympics later this month.

Alleged Asian drug kingpin can be sent to Australia, says Dutch court – A Dutch court has approved an Australian request to hand over the alleged leader of an Asian drug syndicate who has been compared to Mexican drug lord …

Teach for Australia: Student teacher program receives $1.3m cash boost – The students will undertake the program while completing their Master of Teaching (Professional Practice) with Australian Catholic University. Teach for Australia …

Australian Dollar Correction Brewing: Q3 Top Trading Opportunities – Australian Dollar Correction Brewing: Q3 Top Trading Opportunities … the V-shape recovery from 2020 as the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) appears to be on …

Average Australian wage set to fall over the next four years – The average single-mum family across Australia will be $9114 worse off according … The Commonwealth Bank’s head of Australian economics Gareth Aird said …

South Australia’s most streamed songs on Spotify – South Australian music fans are turning to a diet of ballads, classic rock and local hip hop for pandemic comfort listening. Streaming service Spotify polling of …

Australian officials report biggest daily COVID-19 caseload for 2021 – MELBOURNE (CNA) – Australia’s New South Wales state recorded its biggest daily rise in COVID-19 infections this year, even as residents in several major …

Quad bike deaths: Australian lives at risk despite law change – Quad bike deaths: Law change alone not enough to save Australian lives. Andrew Koubaridis, News Corp Australia Network. July 4, 2021 6:00am.

Closed border policy: Critical skills workers allowed into Australia – Australian passport holders and permanent residents do not require permission to enter. The story for people asking to leave Australia was broadly similar, with …

Sydney’s most popular songs on Spotify – Other highly streamed songs across Australia are Tones And I’s monster hit Dance Monkey, which spent 98 weeks in the ARIA Top 50 and Dua Lipa’s Don’t Stop …

Cavs guard Matthew Dellavedova to represent Australia for third time at Olympics – He’s the third-longest tenured member of Team Australia, behind Patty Mills of the San Antonio Spurs and Joe Ingles of the Utah Jazz. RELATED: Cavaliers …

Australia needs COVID rollout and reopening targets, experts say – Health experts have called on the federal government to provide the public with more detailed targets and timelines for vaccinating and reopening Australia.

2021 Intergenerational Report: How Australia should prepare – The Stats Guy: The 2021 Intergenerational Report’s unstated prescription for Australia’s futureg for the future. How will Australia support its ageing population?

Government reveals plans for COVID-19 Vaccine Claim Scheme to support Australia’s vaccination rollout – Government reveals plans for COVID-19 Vaccine Claim Scheme to support Australia’s vaccination rollout · This video is either unavailable or not supported in this …

‘We thought we were Australian’: Melbourne tower lockdown lives on in legacy of trauma – ‘We thought we were Australian’: Melbourne tower lockdown lives on in legacy of trauma. Awatif Taha, originally from Sudan, has lived on the Flemington estate for …

LGBTQI+ allies: the Australian teachers standing up to homophobic slurs and bullying – LGBTQI+ allies: the Australian teachers standing up to homophobic slurs and bullying. ‘We expected to get maybe 10 staff to …

‘Excited delirium’: how a disputed US term found its way to Australian deaths-in-custody inquests – Over the course of two days in early June, the South Australian forensic … The earliest mention of excited delirium in Australia dates from 2007, but the term …

‘I love you!’: Australian epidemiologists grapple with newfound – Bennett, the inaugural chair in epidemiology at Deakin University, is one of a number of Australian experts who have been thrust into the spotlight by the Covid-19 …

Delta variant: what do we know about the coronavirus strain in Australian children? – Should Australian children be vaccinated against Covid-19? In Australia, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has approved the Pfizer vaccine for use in 16-year- …

Lindsay Gaze remembers the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, including Dawn Fraser’s gold medal – Gaze is recognised in the US Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as “the father of basketball in Australia”. He was a member of the first Australian …

As Australia contemplates its pandemic exit strategy, Singapore’s roadmap to living with COVID-19 could offer insights – But with some nations racing ahead with their vaccination schemes, Australia isn’t alone in considering a roadmap out of the pandemic. Singapore, which like …

‘Everyone’s bailing’: Australian teachers speak on stress and uncertainty of increasing casual contracts – Teachers tell Guardian Australia contract work and poor conditions are driving people away from classrooms. A teacher points at the board in a classroom.

Olympic performance will define Matthew Dellavedova – Joining them are Australia’s best from their pro league, Chris Goulding and Jock Landale, who was his team’s MVP for the 2021 season, as well as the NBL Grand …

COVID Australia: AstraZeneca or Pfizer? Young people are confused about what to take. – On Monday, the Prime Minister encouraged Australians under the age of 60 to … The very next day, the Australian Medical Association responded saying that it …

Former Artistic Director of State Opera South Australia is Jailed – Sexton, aged 60, was found guilty in South Australia’s District Court of his crimes against the students while working as a music teacher thirty years ago. He was …

Chinese international students today echo sentiments from more than 50 years ago – In 1965, interviews students express feelings of rejection and difficulty remaining in Australia long-term. Dr Fran Martin says Chinese students today arrive excited …

Mavericks’ Josh Green named to Australian 12-man Olympic roster – In addition to Green, the Australian team will also feature NBA players Aron Baynes, Matthew Dellevedova, Dante Exum, Joe Ingles, Patty Mills and Matisse …

Coronavirus Australia live news: Sydney lockdown deadline looms as Brisbane exits – Welcome to live coverage of Australia’s battle with the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite 35 new locally-acquired cases, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian remains …

Golf-Australia’s Herbert stays in front heading into final day of Irish Open – (Reuters) – Australia’s Lucas Herbert fired a two-under-par 70 on Saturday to take a one shot lead over American Johannes Veerman heading into the final …

Sober curious: Why an increasing number of Australians are hopping on the bandwagon – Hordes of Australians are hopping on the (sober) bandwagon. … striking a chord, with non-alcoholic wine being the fastest growing drinks category in Australia.

Australia COVID: GP’s receptionists in firing line, face anger, threats and ignorance – Western Australia’s voluntary assisted dying laws now in effect … There is a box of spare masks at the front desk, but when people are asked to wear them they have …

Australia COVID: The couple forced to marry to be allowed to attend their own wedding – While the Australian Border Force hasn’t provided reasons for the refusals, they … “We realised this is the only option … for us to get to Australia to attend our …

Australia announces the final roster for Olympic Games – The Australian national team is set for the Olympic Games when it comes to roster selections and the Federation announced the 12-man squad that will …

Australian Bureau of Statistics to counter census hesitancy with 400 new hubs – The Australian Bureau of Statistics will for the first time open up to 400 information hubs across the country in a bid to curb census hesitancy amid rising …

Australia unlocked: the hard questions as Australia moves swiftly – When the decision to drop Australia’s zero COVID-19 strategy was made, it was swift and prefaced by very little political debate. Prime Minister Scott Morrison …

Wimbledon: ‘Shoeless’ Nick Kyrgios As Australia Men Brought To Heel At Wimbledon – Nick Kyrgios leaving his shoes in the locker room prior to his third round match on Saturday neatly summed up a desperate day at Wimbledon for the Australian …

Matthew Dellavedova headed to Tokyo Olympics with Team Australia – Matthew Dellavedova headed to Tokyo Olympics with Team Australia … The 12-man Australian roster also features former Cavs guard Dante Exum, San …

PFAS Australia: United Firefighters Union increases calls for national ban – Queensland and South Australia introduced a similar ban in 2017 while Tasmanian fire services still have not banned it. Knowing what we now know, the level of …

Wimbledon: ‘Shoeless’ Nick Kyrgios As Australia Men Brought To Heel at Wimbledon – Nick Kyrgios retired injured from his Wimbledon 3rd round match · Australia’s Nick Kyrgios suffered abdominal injury on Saturday · Kyrgios won the first set 6-2 but …

Cavs: Matthew Dellavedova will rep Australia for 3rd time in Olympics – Patty Mills and Joe Ingles, meanwhile, will represent Australia for the fourth time with their Men’s Team in Olympic play, and Aron Baynes will match Dellavedova …

Coronavirus: Data shows Perth hotel quarantine scheme tops $231 million – Coronavirus: Data shows Perth hotel quarantine scheme tops $231 million. Joe SpagnoloThe West Australian. Sat, 3 July 2021 11:00AM …

Australian avocado prices at record low but farmers fear bumper yields could leave them toast – This year Australians are set to enjoy a bumper crop — the biggest on record — thanks to perfect growing conditions and young trees coming into production.

Kate Emery: For many Australian women of colour, even everyday gestures carry the threat of racism – But someone thought that was a great way to say goodbye to a non-white colleague, according to the bleak results of a survey by Women of Colour Australia.

Summer Tour – France XV: Line against Australia – France’s XV, which missed a summer tour last year, hopes to shine in Australia this July 2021, despite health concerns that its first match will take place in …

Special investigation: Politics and mixed messages stand in the way of Australia’s path out of COVID – investigation. Special investigation: Politics and mixed messages stand in the way of Australia’s path out of COVID … Australia has been riding the crest of a wave …

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2 thoughts on “Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 4, 2021

  1. Reblogged this on China News.

    Posted by China News | July 4, 2021, 10:26
  2. I hope I get to visit Australia one day. My father was there during the Second World War.

    Posted by Jack | July 6, 2021, 04:18

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