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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – July 7, 2021


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Australia breaking news today, live coronavirus updates and headlines July 70, 2021 – Senator Canavan’s comments come after it was announced the Australian Formula … Senator Canavan said Australia wouldn’t have had to halve international …

Australia news LIVE: Sydney’s lockdown set to be extended; masks will no longer be mandatory in Victorian offices – Australia news LIVE: Sydney’s lockdown set to be extended; Victoria says Australian Open safe despite grand prix cancellation. We have made our live coverage …

Australia Covid live update: NSW reports 27 new local cases as Sydney lockdown extended by one week; Victoria to ease Melbourne restrictions – Australia Covid live update: NSW premier to announce Sydney lockdown extended by one week; Qld records one new case · Queensland records one local Covid- …

Coronavirus Australia: Sydney lockdown to be extended until July 16; schools closed; masks stay – for 14 days regardless of whether they get a negative Covid test result. USE DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA’S TRACKER TO FIND EXPOSURE SITES NEAR YOU.

2022 Volkswagen Golf R wagon revealed, Australian launch due early 2022 – The 2022 Volkswagen Golf R wagon has been unveiled, ahead of its Australian launch early next year. Known as the Estate or Variant in other markets, the new …

Union calls for revival of Australian manufacturing sector – A leading union says higher levels of manufacturing can be revived in Australia and its got the evidence to prove it. More on: Australia · SA · Industry · COVID-19 …

Covid poll reveals Australia’s views on lockdowns as Sydney … – Covid polls reveals Australia’s views on lockdowns … Sydney residents woke up to the news they didn’t want to see today, with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian set …

‘Long mac topped up’: Western Australian coffee order causes … – Now it’s common across Australia, the UK and the US. In typical Aussie style, Melbournians are claiming it as their own. Related News.

China trying to ‘cut Australia out of the herd’ with diplomatic … – China trying to ‘cut Australia out of the herd’ with diplomatic freeze, US warns. White House coordinator for the Indo-Pacific says Beijing’s targeting of Australian …

The Bachelor Australia to air Wednesday, July 21st on 10 and … – On board this romantic journey are some of Australia’s most eligible Bachelorettes including Lily, a Crane Operator, Brooke an Occupational Therapist, Marketing …

‘Mind-blowing’: Flight prices to Australia spike – Australians stranded overseas have encountered another barrier to returning home, with some airlines appearing to jack up flight prices after Australian Prime …

Kiwi midwife heads to Australia for triple the pay, better work … – She said her work conditions are better in Australia, and her food and accommodation costs have dropped. “The biggest shame is that 30 years ago midwives …

Daniel Ricciardo disappointed over Australian Grand Prix … – It is the second consecutive year the Australian Grand Prix will not go ahead; The McLaren and Mercedes teams echoed Ricciardo’s sentiments. The event, which …

Australia needs to deal with Indonesia’s COVID disaster – Yes, Australia has COVID problems of its own, as lockdowns roll on and citizens are stranded, but the unfolding disaster to the north demands urgent attention.

McDonald’s Australia axes the McVeggie burger due to a lack … – McDonald’s Australia’s official Twitter account replied to one disgruntled user, writing: … and have just launched a trial of the McVeggie burger in South Australia.

Feared Lambda COVID variant recorded in Australia – The worrisome Lambda COVID variant, which health experts fear could be more infectious than the Delta strain, has been recorded in Australia. A returned …

Trading Day: ASX to open flat, oil prices hammered – Australian stocks are set to open lower after Wall Street mostly retreated from record … Business Council of Australia Chief Executive Jennifer Westacott says …

Cricket Australia and Dialpad Team Up for Best-in-Class Fan … – “We’re excited to see the difference Dialpad makes for fans and help deliver on Cricket Australia’s vision to make cricket the country’s favourite sport.” Tweet this.

Why ag businesses need to rethink cyber security – The ransomware attack that forced the week-long closure of JBS’ Australian operations last month was not a one-off event, but the latest escalation in a string of …

Australia national weather forecast Wednesday July 7: WA … – Western Australia’s south coast was slammed by a severe thunderstorm overnight, which saw Rottnest Island record wind gusts of over 110km/h, while Perth …

The River & Chestnut Brae revisited – In this special episode of The West Australian’s dedicated travel podcast, we … Brae, a visit to a small chestnut farm just out of Nannup in Western Australia.

An inside view of region’s top spots – To me, the Ord River is one of Australia’s great last wildernesses and I … as one of the best 10 pools in Australia and it’s got the coolest water in the Kimberley.

Sabot National Championships sees Australia’s youngest … – Some of Australia’s youngest sailors are gearing up to compete in the Sabot National Championships, this year hosted by Townsville in Queensland’s north.

NT Chief Health Officer Dr Hugh Heggie hails strategy behind … – People in the NT are twice as likely to be fully vaccinated as Australians more … JCU scientists theorised that Australia needs to vaccinate at least 85 per cent of …

Childcare remains unaffordable for far too many Australian … – A new report into childcare affordability from Victoria University’s Mitchell Institute has found that childcare is currently unaffordable for 386,000 Australian families.

NSW lockdown likely to be extended another week – The Australian’s Adam Creighton says “governments don’t want to admit they are wrong” which is why you’re seeing “the continued pursuit of lockdown policies”.

Tennessee PG Scores Double-Digits for Team USA Against … – Chandler scored 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting in Team USA’s 87-66 win over Australia. The future Volunteer guard shot 2-of-4 from inside of the arc and 2-of-3 …

Australia Is Making a Bid for Power in the Pacific – The following is an extract from China Panic: Australia’s Alternative to Paranoia and Pandering by David Brophy (Black Inc Books, 2021). Australia’s ability to …

Tokyo Calympian: Rosemary Popa, Rowing, Australia – by … – You can say that Olympic rowing is in her blood as both of her parents were Australian Olympic Rowing medalists. Her father Ion Popa had rowed for Romania …

China’s tough policy to Australia to remain, top US official warns – Mr Campbell told former prime minister Kevin Rudd, now President of the Asia Society, China’s trade sanctions on Australian exports were an attempt to split …

The unique training program helping more Indigenous … – The unique training program helping more Indigenous Australians become paramedics … “But Australia-wide, I think it would be great to have more Indigenous …

How China stands to benefit from end of Afghanistan war … – Australia evacuated the last of its troops – after 20 years and 41 lives – from Afghanistan in June. The Taliban is not attacking retreating Western forces. Instead …

Senior Afghan official pleads for special visa – A former special forces commander, Heston Russell, told Sky News it could have a lasting impact on Australia’s next overseas campaign. Read More. Up Next.

China-Australia relations: how smuggled lobsters take ‘grey … – Post reveals how the once wiped-out smuggling of Australian rock lobsters has roared back following an unofficial Chinese ban; Authorities seizing boatloads …

Why the latest travel caps look like an arbitrary restriction on … – Are travel bans lawful? National cabinet’s decision to halve the number of international arrivals to Australia is yet another blow to the 34,000 Australians overseas …

Australian Formula 1 and MotoGP Grand Prix races cancelled … – The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) has announced the cancelation of … it takes for the next edition of both races to take place in Australia in 2022.

It’s important the Australian flag ‘isn’t changed’: Storer – GT Communications’ Liz Storer says it’s “important” that the Australian flag isn’t changed. “We see this constant barrage, they’ve got the same in the (United) …

We probably can’t eliminate COVID in Australia forever. As we … – We probably can’t eliminate COVID in Australia forever. As we vaccinate, we should move to a more sustainable strategy. July 6, 2021 4.11pm EDT.

Aussie kids’ financial knowledge is on the decline. The … – In Australia, many young people have trouble with financial literacy, … There is no independent financial literacy strand in the Australian Curriculum, but a …

Asia Minute: Australia’s Lumber Shortage | Hawai’i Public Radio – But it’s also led to disruptions in some unexpected places—including Australia’s lumber industry. Demand for lumber in Australia has skyrocketed—in part because …

Big second half for Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren as U.S. handles … – Gonzaga freshman Chet Holmgren had a quiet first half, but he made plenty of noise in the third quarter as the U.S. pulled away from Australia at the FIBA U19 …

Carmen singer says touring Australia is the dream job – Despite the pandemic, Opera Australia (OA) mezzosoprano Angela Hogan says travelling Australia and performing Carmen is the dream job. “It’s such a joy to …

UK and Australia Announce a New Cultural Exchange … – The Australian Chamber Orchestra, led by violinist Richard Tognetti, will return to London to perform three concerts, including “River,” a musical and cinematic …

Australian Formula One Grand Prix and MotoGP cancelled for … – There could be ramifications for the 2022 Australian Open, but Mr Pakula says it will still go ahead. The MotoGP at Phillip Island has also been cancelled. The …

‘A dream come true’ as Ash Barty breaks Australia’s … – Ash Barty has become the first Australian woman to make the Wimbledon semi-finals for 21 years by beating compatriot Ajla Tomljanovic 6-1 6-3 on Centre …

Australian Homes Appreciating at the Fastest Rate in Nearly … – Australia’s property prices are growing at the fastest rate recorded in close to 20 years, but the market is beginning to lose some momentum, according to a …

UCB to offer free workshop with Monash College Australia on … – Universal College Bangladesh (UCB), the exclusive partner of Monash College Australia in Bangladesh, is delivering a free workshop this Friday July 09, 2021, …

More contagious Lambda variant of COVID-19 detected in … – In Australia, the variant was detected in an overseas traveller who had been in hotel quarantine in New South Wales in April, according to the national genomics …

Joe Biden’s Asia tsar: China’s harshness to Australia looks … – Washington: US President Joe Biden’s top adviser on Asia says China’s aggressive stance towards Australia appears to be “unyielding” and that he does not …

Taiwan is seeking free trade deals with the US and Australia … – As President Xi Jinping marked 100 years of Chinese communism and vowed to reunify with Taiwan, Australia’s Trade Minister was holding talks with his …

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