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Australia’s Overnight News Headlines: July 13, 2021


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This year’s census will have two new questions, but there are a few topics that won’t be addressed – LGBTIQ+ advocates say the lack of questions around sexual orientation is concerning. The census, run every five years by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) …

Australia news LIVE: Sydney cases and exposure sites soar; Victoria on high alert – Australia news LIVE: Sydney cases and exposure sites soar; Victoria on high alert · Furore erupts over Euro 2020 racial abuse · ‘We haven’t hit the peak’: NSW …

Live Breaking News: Deputy Premier hints at new restrictions for parts of Sydney – Australia’s approach to tackling the Delta Covid-19 variant has come under fire, … University of South Australia, Adrian Esterman, described the current strategy …

How to see tonight’s conjunction of Venus and Mars in Australia – Tonight, July 13, it will pair up with the red planet Mars and just above the two planets will be the waxing crescent Moon. Wherever you are in Australia, find a …

Here’s what Australian property investors need to prepare for in the months ahead – Interest rates may not be going anywhere soon but that doesn’t mean regulators won’t take any action to curb property investment in Australia to stop the rapid …

If wildlife vigilantes smuggle Tassie devils to Australian … – We found a covert devil population could remain undetected on the Australian mainland for years, by which time it may be too large and widely distributed to be …

‘Late’ restrictions, low vaccination uptake and a new variant … – ‘Late’ restrictions, low vaccination uptake and a new variant: what’s behind Australia’s Covid-19 surge? Cases in the country have been at record-breaking levels …

The Chase Australia: The Shark tests his fans’ knowledge in … – The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz. The Shark Quiz.

Sydney’s COVID-19 lockdown may cost Australia $7 billion … – Greater Sydney’s lockdown could cost the national economy $1 billion per week, according to a prominent Australian economist. “We’re already into the third …

COVID-19 outbreaks: Why Australia’s quarantine hotels may … – What is a quarantine hotel? Australia’s quarantine hotels are part of the country’s quarantine system, reported CNN. Australian citizens or permanent residents …

Australia-Listed Non-Bank Broker Self – Wealth to Add Crypto to …Cath Whitaker, CEO of the online broker, said the ability to buy crypto and stocks in one place will be an “Australian first.” Sydney, the capital of New South …

Digital transformation specialist Endava enters Australia – London-headquartered digital transformation consultancy Endava has landed in Australia with the opening of an office in Sydney – taking its physical presence …

Team USA looking to bounce back vs. Australia tonight – Tonight, Team USA will look to get back on track vs. Australia. The game tips off at 8 p.m. ET at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, and will air …

Ms Represented: Australia’s ‘first’ women in Parliament talk … – The story of women in Australian parliaments is a tale that turns 100 this year … for Parliament in South Australia, and this right might not have spread across the …

Australia’s first women-only mental health hospital will tackle … – “The increase in domestic violence has reinforced the need for gender-specific mental health care.” Cabrini’s 30-bed centre, Australia’s first women-only mental …

Labor vows to leave tax cuts untouched if it wins election – Take control in the current climate with coverage and context from Australia’s best business newsroom. Save 50% nowAlready a subscriber? Log in.

National approach to Delta variant desperately needed, warn … – Describing Australia’s current state-led approach to containing coronavirus as “absolutely stupid,” Adrian Esterman, a professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at …

Australia falling behind in securing Pfizer booster shots – Australia has fallen behind Europe and North America in securing more supplies of the Pfizer vaccine for future years, as nations start buying booster shots to …

AUD/USD Price Forecast – Australian Dollar Continues to … – The Australian dollar initially tried to rally during the trading session on Monday but struggled at the crucial 0.75 handle. The 0.75 handle of course is a large, …

Australia’s abortion postcode lottery – The SignalIt’s estimated as many as a third of Australian women need to access abortion services at some point … Jamal Hakim, Managing Director, Marie Stopes Australia.

On big tech and news publishers, Canada must follow … – In February, Australia passed a law requiring Facebook and Google to negotiate … new and old in demanding the federal government follow Australia’s lead.

Men’s Olympic Team beat Australia 2-0 in Ichihara – Two second half goals from Burnley’s Chris Wood and FC Helsingor’s Eli Just sealed the win for Danny Hay’s side, the first win over Australia since 2002.

WI vs AUS, 3rd T20I Dream11 prediction today: Fantasy … – West Indies will be up against Australia in the third of five match T20I series at the … West Indies were completely dominant on the Australian side, winning both …

2021 Tokyo Olympics Odds: Australia & Belgium Are Men’s … – Australia is the favorite when it comes to the men’s field hockey Gold Medal winner …

Kvitova beaten in 1st round of Prague Open – Another American, qualifier Asia Muhammad, rallied to overcome Lizette Cabrera of Australia 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 and Czech Tereza Smitkova eased past Australian …

Randall Upton: Look at the facts about gun deaths in Australia … – First, the author suggests a comparison can be made between crime rates and gun restrictions and that in Australia the crime rate went up after it imposed …

EDITORIAL: Australians want COVID-19 vaccine roll-out mess … – EDITORIAL: Australians want COVID-19 vaccine roll-out mess sorted out. The West Australian. Mon, 12 July 2021 11:00AM …

COVID-19 vaccinations in Australia: Slow roll-out puts … – When the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world in March last year Greg Hunt knew it would be a busy road ahead. He also likely knew as Australia’s Health …

Australian Strategic Policy Institute reveals cyber criminals … – “COVID-19 has provided the perfect distraction,” Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre chief executive officer Rachael Falk told The West Australian. “ …

Tougher rules for returning South Aussies – People returning or relocating to South Australia face tougher scrutiny amid the NSW virus outbreak. South Australians returning from Sydney and people …

Parliament to examine gig economy workers – The gig economy, and now COVID-19, are reshaping how Australians work and laws are yet to catch up. There are about 2.3 million casual workers in Australia …

Plug and play energy hub to transform grid – An energy research hub at the Australian National University is leading the … and businesses is changing the way Australia produces and manages electricity, …

NSW lockdown to further stifle confidence – Economists estimate the lockdown in Australia’s biggest city is costing about $1 billion a week and are already marking down their national growth forecasts for …

Australian environment groups urge UN to put Great Barrier … – Australia’s major environment groups have written to the UN’s world heritage committee, urging it to put the Great Barrier Reef on its “in danger” list as the …

‘An attractive market’: policy vacuum on ransomware attacks … – Australian organisations are seen as soft and lucrative targets for ransomware … “A current policy vacuum makes Australia an attractive market for these attacks, …

Norman Swan on what really makes us healthy – Mon 12 Jul 2021 13.30 EDT. Guardian Australia’s book club regularly interviews authors, you can listen to past ones and find out when the next one will be here.

Coronavirus Australia: Covid hits Sydney’s south-west … – Ethnically-diverse suburbs in Sydney’s south-west with younger residents have become Australia’s Covid epicentre (pictured, Cabramatta), 30km from the city …

Why McDonald’s Has Tested Plant-Based Meat in Australia … – The fast-food chain just finished a test of the McVeggie burger in Australia as demand for plant-based options continues to rise. The patty is made of Australian- …

PBS Kids Launches in Australia With Foxtel – The PBS Kids channel from Foxtel includes the Australian premieres of “Donkey Hodie,” a social-emotional puppet series produced by Fred Rogers Productions …

Live West Indies vs Australia Match Score And Updates 3rd … – Hello and welcome to our cricket coverage of West Indies vs Australia 2021 3rd T20I Live Score match between WI vs AUS is being played at Saint Lucia.

Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable – Review 2021 – PCMag Australia Computers & Electronics Tablets … PCMag USA · United Kingdom · Australia · Greece · India · Israel · Middle East · Southeast Asia.

Upping sticks for a better, cheaper life in Australia has ethical … – Suggesting New Zealanders simply shift to Australia to access more affordable housing reeks of privilege, says Jade Kake. Closer to home, what are the ethics of …

Australian, NZ Dollars Fall On Delta Virus Worries – Australia recorded its biggest daily rise in COVID-19 cases on Monday despite a lockdown in the country’s largest city Sydney. Sydney registered 112 new …

PSL 2021-22: Pakistan Cricket Board in fix, who to host … – As Australia is visiting Pakistan first time after 1998-99. PSL takes 47 days for a season thus there is another window between December 25 to February 15. Also …

No Contest 2021: Australia surfing video highlights… – audacious plan to bring the 2021 Championship Tour back to life in Australia. … boardriders club, the heart and soul of any Australian beachside community, …

A day after first Covid death, Sydney now reports record … – The Australian city reported 112 new coronavirus cases on Monday, which is an … Sydney is Australia’s one of the most populous cities as it houses nearly six …

Doosan Škoda Power enters Australian market – 45 MW DST-G20 turbine. Doosan Škoda Power supplied its first steam turbine to the Australian market with a sale to the Avertas Energy energy-from-waste …

Moss Australia-bound – The Otago Nuggets guard has signed with the Brisbane Bullets for the Australian National Basketball League. Moss has signed a one-year deal and will fill one …

Where is Lie With Me set and filmed? Locations for Channel … – Locations for Channel 5’s Australian thriller … just moved to Australia – along with her Australian husband Jake Fallmont (Brett Tucker), who is the mastermind …

Australia vs West Indies 2021: We Aren’t Worried About His … – Australia vs West Indies 2021: We Aren’t Worried About His Scores-Dwayne Bravo on Chris Gayle · Gayle has scores of just 13 and 4 while batting at the No. 3 …

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