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Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 11, 2021


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Australia COVID news LIVE: NSW braces for more cases, more weeks of lockdown as Delta strain outpaces contact tracers – Vaccination targets to move to phase two of reopening plan. By James Massola and Aisha Dow. Australia’s plan to end COVID-19 lockdowns and begin reopening …

Australian stage going Rouge – Carmen Pavlovic is part of a team bringing Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Australia. Australian theatre producer Carmen Pavlovic has had a more complicated 18 …

As Australia’s first Indigenous Olympic flag-bearer, Patty Mills wants to inspire all Australians – A male basketballer has the Australian flag over his shoulders. Patty Mills will join Cate Campbell as Australia’s flag-bearers at the Tokyo Olympics. (. AAP/AOC: …

Indigenous academics warn Australian brands not to over-commercialise NAIDOC week – National Indigenous manager at Australia Post says their reconciliation plan is a committed to a 30 year process. Artist Blak Douglas says some commercialisation …

Australia vs West Indies, T20 LIVE: Cracks galore as Aussies chase T20 redemption; Windies make shock changes – Australia vs West Indies, second T20I in St Lucia, Sunday (9.30am AEST) — At least Australia has only had to wait one day. On Saturday, Justin Langer’s side …

Humanitarian visa holders locked out of Australia indefinitely … – But since border restrictions took effect in March last year, just 708 refugees have been allowed to enter Australia, according to the Australian Border Force.

Ashleigh Barty wins Wimbledon, beating Karolina Pliskova in … – WIMBLEDON, England — The Wimbledon women’s final Saturday was a testament to the mental side of tennis, with neither Australia’s Ashleigh Barty nor …

Ash Barty wins Wimbledon title to become Australia’s first … – The Ngarigo woman beat Karolina Pliskova in three tense sets to become Australia’s first women’s Wimbledon singles champion since her mentor and idol …

Hazara Australians fear their people in Afghanistan could … – As foreign forces leave Afghanistan and more districts fall to a resurgent Taliban, Hazaras in Australia fear “mass atrocity crimes” could be just around the corner.

Extinct Gould’s mouse found in Shark Bay, island in Western … – Researchers compared DNA samples from eight Australian rodent species to study the decline of native species since European colonization in Australia, …

Ash Barty overcome with tears as she becomes third … – It was her childhood dream to win Wimbledon and it became reality for Australia’s Ash Barty after a rollercoaster battle with Czech Karolina Pliskova in front of a …

Covid in Indonesia: Australians may have to wait to go to Bali – Indonesia’s Covid hell as Australians may have to wait years to go back to Bali. Graveyards and hospitals full of Covid patients have changed the face of Indonesia …

General confusion: who is John Frewen, and what is his role … – But what exactly is Lt Gen John Frewen’s role in Australia’s vaccine rollout? What are his parameters? Where does he sit in the flow chart? Questions, there are …

Wallabies vs France: How Australian legend Elton Flatley … – Wallabies vs France: How Australian legend Elton Flatley helped Noah Lolesio with goalkicking. Noah Lolesio struck the winning goal for the Wallabies against …

Law firm flooded with complaints against Sony Music Australia … – An investigation into workplace culture at the global corporation’s Australian … More than 40 former Sony Music Australia employees have contacted a Sydney …

‘A tragic and wasted opportunity’: Australia’s inglorious exit … – During the two decades in which Australia was ensnared in an unwinnable war after trailing the US into Afghanistan, a succession of our political leaders spoke …

‘Not like Tony Abbott’: what kind of PM would Anthony … – Albanese has been attacked for seeking to win by attrition, but could he just be Australia’s Joe Biden? by Katharine Murphy Political editor.

‘Censusfail’ hangs over Australian Bureau of Statistics as it … – Statistics agency has rebuilt its cyber security ‘from ground up’ to prevent repeat of 2016 census debacle, when its website was breached. Australian Bureau of …

Mission misfire: Why the uniform approach to the pandemic is … – Particularly vulnerable are the aged, the disabled, Indigenous Australians and people from poor households. Migrant communities in poor suburbs are …

Ashleigh Barty becomes first Australian woman to win … – Barty is the first Australian woman to win the singles title since her idol Evonne Goolagong Cawley won it in 1980. Pliskova, who was competing in just her …

Four-time gold medal winner Dawn Fraser’s Olympic legacy … – “I hope very much that you bring forth a new dawn to Japan, and a new dawn to the future of Australia-Japan relations.” An Australian female swimmer dries her …

South Australian scientists use genetic modification to design … – Public opinion is divided on genetically modified edible crops in Australia, even after moratoriums have been lifted. But the words “Plants For Space” suggest …

Australia joins others in the 100% cage-free egg movement – An independent expert panel developed a draft of The Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines to outlaw battery hens by 2036 in the country.

Australian COVID-19 vaccine researchers critical in global … – Eunok Lee only became a doctor this year, specialising in mathematics and computer science. Her colleague, Professor Tony Cunningham, is one of Australia’s …

Australian Barty Wins Wimbledon Women’s Title – Top-seeded Ashleigh Barty became the first Australian to win the Wimbledon women’s singles tennis title in 41 years on Saturday in London. Barty defeated the …

Lanie’s middle name carries the legacy of her parents’ sailboat … – In 1975, Heather and Martin Harris, at the time in their mid-20s, took a drive up the east coast of Australia before continuing north. They flew to Timor, planning to …

A Caribbean collapse: West Indies beat Australia by 18 runs – Australia was cruising to expected victory at 70-3 when it lost six wickets for 19 runs and was all out for 127 in 16 overs. Obed McCoy took 4-26 and Hayden …

Ashleigh Barty Honors Indigenous Australian Roots at … – Ashleigh Barty of Australia won her first Wimbledon title on Saturday. … Evonne Goolagong Cawley, an Indigenous Australian, clinched her first Wimbledon …

Ash Barty’s path to the Wimbledon final – With Simona Halep injured, the Australian was given the honour against cancer … – The battle between Australia’s top two women players in their first-ever …

Travel bubble with Singapore delayed until end of 2021: Tehan – Australia’s travel bubble with Singapore that was to have started in the next few weeks will now not begin until the end of 2021, as the national rollout of …

First in line for vaccines, but it’s not a race. The PM can’t spin … – “I am pleased to be able to tell Australians that shortly after midday, the first shipment of Pfizer vaccines arrived in Australia.” The language was borrowed from …

Hayden Walsh looking for more of the same against Australia … – West Indies bowler Hayden Walsh Jr celebrates after taking a wicket against Australia in their first of five Twenty20 International matches. the game was played in …

Australia’s Ash Barty wins Wimbledon for second major title – Australia’s Ashleigh Barty poses with the trophy after winning the women’s singles final, defeating the Czech Republic’s Karolina Pliskova. Source: Associated …

A rich tradition renewed: Ash Barty joins gallery of Australian … – In the end, perhaps for an Australian, the path comparable to Barty’s playing style: logical, flexible, poetically fitting. In her childhood, Barty watched Wimbledon in …

Tennis: Barty ends Australia’s long wait for Wimbledon title – LONDON (REUTERS) – Ashleigh Barty joined an illustrious list of Australian names etched on Wimbledon silverware as she beat Karolina Pliskova in a …

Ben Harvey: Inconsistencies in COVID response hurt … – Ben Harvey: Inconsistencies in COVID response hurt everyday West Australians … overseas as I have permission to leave Australia,” he told me late last week.

Huge spike in online shopping fuelled by lockdowns – Australia Post revealed around four million households had purchased something off the internet over the past two weeks, a period that coincides with stay-at- …

Apple rolls out universal gift card in Australia and Canada – Australian customers are limited to having it emailed to them or the recipient at this time. Apple offers a one-click recommended gift card amount in the region’s …

Developed By Australia & Popularized By The UK, US … – Developed By Australia & Popularized By The UK, US Marines Test Lethal Mini ‘Grenade’ Drones That Can Attack In Swarms. By. Apoorva Jain. -. July 10, 2021.

Robinson backs NRL in relocation plans… the protocols)… – they’ve had a lot to deal with with the incidents while they’re trying to adapt to every single day, like NSW and Australia has and the world has, …

Nation’s eyes on NSW as outbreak worsens – No one who has received two doses of the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine has been hospitalised, she said on Saturday. Delivery of Pfizer doses to Australia is set …

Wimbledon Champion Ash Barty Was Once a Cricketer … – New Delhi: Australia’s Ash Barty created history as she won her second Grand slam title by beating Czech Republic’s Karolina Pliskova by 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 in the …

Barty emulates idol Goolagong to claim first Wimbledon title – Tennis – Wimbledon – All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain – July 10, 2021 Australia’s Ashleigh Barty holds the trophy after winning her …

Ashleigh Barty outlasts Karolina Pliskova to win her first … – The 25-year-old Australian beat Czech Republic’s Karolina Pliskova 6-3, 6-7 (4/7), 6-3 at the final on Saturday; It was the first women’s Wimbledon final to go to …

Australian Ashleigh Barty wins 2021 Wimbledon title – London: In 1971, an Aboriginal Australian named Evonne Goolagong Cawley won her first Wimbledon title. Donning a scalloped hem on her regulation whites, …

Grand slam not out of equation for Barty… – arrive at January’s Australian Open chasing a coveted career grand slam. … since they left Australia in March uncertain of what to expect having opted out of …

Wimbledon 2021: Dylan Alcott claims second Wimbledon … – The 30-year-old kicked off an historic day for Australia with a 6-2 6-2 victory over … at 14 after already winning the Australian and French Open titles in 2021.

The Latest: Skupski, Krawczyk reach mixed doubles final – US actor Tom Cruise with actress Hayley Atwell, left watch the women’s singles final between Australia’s Ashleigh Barty and Czech Republic’s Karolina …

EV buyers, look out! Mazda CX-30 Electric firming for Australia … – EV buyers, look out! Mazda CX-30 Electric firming for Australia to rival MG ZS EV, Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia e-Niro with likely greater range than MX-30.

Ash Barty defeats Karolína Plíšková in three-set Wimbledon … – The childhood dream has come true for Australia’s Ash Barty, who claimed her maiden Wimbledon ladies’ singles title with a 6-3, 6-7 (7/4), 6-3 victory over …

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