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Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 17, 2021


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Team USA Women’s Basketball Team Stunned in Loss to Australia – The United States have taken another devastating loss to Australia in the same week. Just days after Kevin Durant and the U.S men’s team were stunned and …

Australia COVID news LIVE: NSW looks to clamp down on lockdown retail; Victoria’s exposure sites top 155 – Australia COVID news LIVE: NSW looks to clamp down on lockdown retail; Victoria’s exposure sites top 155. We have made our live coverage of the coronavirus …

Team USA cancels scrimmage vs. Australia after Bradley Beal enters COVID-19 protocols – USA Basketball announced its men’s team would not face Australia for a second time Friday, citing “an abundance of caution.” The exhibition between the USA …

Shaving horses’ sensory whiskers faces ban in Australia after international decision – The international body that regulates equestrian events worldwide is banning the shaving or trimming of sensory whiskers on competing horses; Australia’s …

Joe Hildebrand: Why Australia’s vaccine rollout has failed so badly – A health expert has slammed Australia’s dire vaccine rollout numbers as many countries return to international travel ‘normalcy’. Joe Hildebrandnews.com.au.

Olympics: USA women’s basketball loses exhibition to Australia – Australia is ranked second in the world by FIBA, but losing to them without Cambage can only be a red flag. Story continues.

No Liz, no worries – Opals upset Team USA as Magbegor shines – The Australian Opals made a statement to score their first win over Team USA since … now and she responded with six points as Australia took a 13-11 lead.

Team USA women’s basketball stunned by Australia in pre … – On Friday afternoon, the Australian women battled back from a 13-point halftime deficit to take down Team USA 70-67 in a pre-Olympics exhibition game in Las …

Caitlyn Jenner heads to Australia as recall campaign … – SACRAMENTO — California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner has flown to Australia just two months before the recall election of Gov.

US-Australia basketball game in Las Vegas canceled … – The U.S. women’s game against Australia will be played as scheduled Friday in Las Vegas. Out of an abundance of caution, the USA Men’s National Team exhibition …

Australia v France kick-off time, TV channel, live stream info … – Australia play France in a series decider this Saturday. Les Bleus levelled the Wallabies with a 28-26 win on Tuesday, which followed an opening 23-21 win …

Recap: Australian Opals win 70-67 vs. USA despite missing … – The USA Basketball women’s national team lost to Australia, 70-67 on Friday afternoon in a friendly match. If you watched just the first half of the game, …

Top Australian suburbs where it’s cheaper to buy than rent – CoreLogic found servicing a mortgage is now cheaper than paying rent on 36 per cent of Australian properties, which is higher than the pre-covid proportion of …

US-Australia basketball game canceled because of protocols – The U.S. women’s game against Australia will be played as scheduled Friday in Las Vegas. The decision to cancel the game came hours after Washington Wizards …

Bootleg burgers: The real reason In-N-Out Burger is teasing … – In-N-Out’s first claim to its Australian intellectual property referenced its pop-up stores in Australia, which have occurred periodically since 2012. “In & out …

Caitlyn Jenner ditches California governor race to fly to … – While Channel Seven, which broadcasts Australia’s Big Brother franchise hasn’t commented on the casting, her salary is believed to be at least $500,000 ASD ($ …

Caitlyn Jenner flies into Sydney to star in Big Brother – It’s unclear whether she has taken the spot of an Australian, as many celebrities entering Australia have organised their own quarantine at their own expense.

Three countries, eight years: one refugee’s nightmare odyssey … – Three countries, eight years: one refugee’s nightmare odyssey through Australia’s detention system. A member of the Ahwazi Arab ethnic minority, …

Australia’s ‘sun tax’: solar energy supporters split over how to … – Australia’s ‘sun tax’: solar energy supporters split over how to make electricity grid fairer. Rule changes aimed at making room for more household solar …

Olympics 20 for 2020: Australian athletes to watch in Tokyo – Australia’s male basketballers have never won an Olympic medal. … Tokyo was supposed to be different – a golden era of Australian talent in their prime.

10 Quick Questions: MasterChef Australia 2021 edition … – In the first of Guardian Australia’s new Saturday quiz series, MasterChef expert Clem Bastow tests your knowledge of the season that just wrapped up.

An Australian guide to cleaning out your wardrobe: recycling … – According to an impact study from Charitable Recycling Australia, 16.5% of the textiles donated are resold in charity shops, 33% of the goods are exported for …

The Delta variant has shown Fortress Australia to be a house … – Australians are, once more, being hit with that sinking feeling. With Sydney and Melbourne in lockdown and the rest of the country on edge, people are looking …

Liberal-led committee raises concerns about Morrison … – Costello, the chair of the Community Council for Australia and former chief … Dr Cassandra Goldie, the head of the Australian Council of Social Service, …

Andrew Giles on car parks and accountability – Australian … – Andrew Giles on car parks and accountability – Australian politics podcast. 00:00:00. 00:29:38. This week Katharine Murphy interviews the federal Labor MP …

Caitlyn Jenner reportedly leaves California to film ‘Big Brother … – Australian tabloids are reporting that Caitlyn Jenner, who is running to replace … News.com.au, Daily Mail Australia and The Advertiser all reported that …

WNBA star Liz Cambage withdraws from Australian Olympic … – WNBA star Liz Cambage withdraws from Australian Olympic team, citing mental health. Las Vegas Aces center Liz Cambage shoots during the second half of a game ..

Australia Goes to War on Wine Fakes | Wine-Searcher News … – A new database aims to cut the number of counterfeit wines ripping off Australian producers. By W. Blake Gray | Posted Saturday, 17-Jul-2021. Good news in a …

Coronavirus Australia: pandemic leaving Indigenous … – In northern Western Australia the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services (KAMS) has been dealing with increasingly severe staff shortages as its retention …

Australia COVID: Fool’s gold: Believing the hype, NSW … – We don’t seem to accept this in Australia. … it has eluded everyone else – this Australian exceptionalism – is the chief contradiction behind our angst.

Sri Lanka and Australia to strengthen practical cooperation – Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena during a meeting with the Australian High Commissioner David Holly on 13 July discussed avenues for consolidating …

Australian Business Has Used the Pandemic to Attack … – Now, however, the gloss is coming off the Liberals, thanks to the poor handling of the latest outbreak by the NSW government and the mangling of Australia’s …

Thybulle, Australia Won’t Get Rematch vs. Team USA on Friday – Not too long after wrapping up Game 7 against the Atlanta Hawks, Thybulle fulfilled his promise of playing for the Australian Boomers in the 2021 Tokyo …

Australia star Cambage withdraws from Tokyo citing mental … – Australia star Cambage withdraws from Tokyo citing mental health. Andrew Joe Potter. 13h. Juan Ocampo / National Basketball Association / Getty. LOS ANGELES, …

10 Facts about Australia’s Sydney Opera House [Infographic] – Its iconic white sails have become a symbol for Australia and an unofficial wonder of the world. Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the Sydney Opera …

Nitram, review: a haunting portrait of Australia’s worst modern … – Nitram, review: a haunting portrait of Australia’s worst modern massacre. 5/5. Justin Kurzel’s film traces the psychological descent of Port Arthur gunman …

West Indies vs Australia Live Streaming 5th T20I: Watch WI vs … – WI vs AUS Live: The fifth and final game of the West Indies-Australia T20I series is set to place on Saturday at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St …

Director defends Australia gun massacre film at Cannes – Cannes (France) (AFP). The director of a controversial movie about the man who carried out Australia’s worst mass shooting on Friday defended his movie and …

In Brief This Week: Strata Oncology, Ideaya Biosciences … – Children’s Cancer Institute Australia said this week that The Lott, Australia’s official lottery provider, has donated $600,000 AUD ($445,224 USD) to the …

United States vs. Australia preview and GameThread – The men’s game that was scheduled for 6 p.m. ET against Australia is cancelled as a precautionary measure after Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal and …

Caitlyn Jenner Reportedly Pauses Her Governor Campaign to … – In addition to quarantining for two weeks in Australia, the Daily Mail reports that the filming of Big Brother has also typically taken two months to complete, …

Fact check: False claim about Australian military ‘looking for … – The claim: The Australian military is going door to door ‘looking for anti-vaxxers’. With about 13% of Australians fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the …

Just in: Australia calls off rest of opera season – Message from Opera Australia: Due to the extension of the NSW Government’s stay-at-home restrictions and subsequent Health Orders, we’re sadly unable to …

Australia’s economic progress in peril as half the country in … – As Victoria follows NSW into lockdown, half of the country is now trapped at home and Australia’s recent economic progress is in peril.

Australian Basketball star Liz Cambage pulls out of Tokyo … – Owing to panic attacks and bad mental health, Opals star Cambage withdraws her name from Tokyo Olympics. Liz Cambage Basketball Australia.

A multi-day fishing vessel monitoring system from Australia to … – Australian High Commissioner David Holly said the monitoring system would help in preventing illegal fishing, ensuring border protection and security in …

Image . Garig Gunak Barlu National Park, Australia – At the northern tip of Northern Territory, Australia, the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park spans the entire Cobourg Peninsula. Nearly the whole peninsula is …

USA-Australia Olympics warm-up game cancelled amid … – USA Basketball (USAB) has confirmed that Saturday’s exhibition game between the United States and Australia has been cancelled due to growing COVID-19 fears …

Covid-less Western Australia Disallows Entry From Victoria … – West Australians are urged to return home immediately and will be required to undergo 14 days quarantine upon arrival. The state already has hard borders in …

‘Humble Champion’: Australian Jockey Jamie Kah Sets New … – has paid tribute to Kah on her achievement and the mark she has made on Victorian racing since relocating from South Australia in January 2019.

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