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Overnight News Headlines (Australia): July 19, 2021


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Race on for Australian rare earth supplies as fears grow over China’s market ‘monopoly’ – It comes two years after David Gainer, the US Consul General to Perth, visited a rare earths mine near Laverton in outback Western Australia just days into the …

Swim league to be launched in Australia – Taylor says the Australian Swimming League (ASL) will offer regular elite competition in a boost to the sport in the nation. The ASL will be a club-based …

South Australia imposes stricter border bubble rules after COVID-19 case – South Australia imposes stricter border on Mildura, Wentworth and Broken Hill after COVID-19 case. Posted Sun 18 Jul 2021 at 2:19pm …

Australian government cancels Katie Hopkins’ visa – Ms Hopkins told her 261,000 Instagram followers she had opened her door to guards naked and not wearing a mask to “call out” Australia’s quarantine system and …

Australia news LIVE: Fresh rules for Sydney’s lockdown; COVID-19 cases spread into regional Victoria – Australia news LIVE: Fresh rules for Sydney’s lockdown; COVID-19 cases spread into regional Victoria. We have made our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic …

Australia breaking news today, live coronavirus updates and … – Australia’s sluggish vaccination rollout is set to be supercharged from today as one million new Pfizer doses arrive in the country. Police will be “out in …

Australia’s wealthiest are exploiting a superannuation tax … – Australia’s wealthiest are exploiting a superannuation tax loophole, and it’s costing ordinary people. By business editor Ian Verrender. Posted Sun 18 Jul 2021 …

Order of Australia Makes Light Work of Minstrel Stakes – Order of Australia , last season’s FanDuel Breeders’ Cup Mile Presented by PDJF (G1T) winner, barely broke a sweat when winning the Romanised Minstrel …

Eighty per cent of Muslims in Australia say they have … – Exclusive: A report by the Australian Human Rights Commission has found the majority of Muslims in Australia have experienced some form of discrimination in …

Hopes new COVID vaccine supplies will kickstart national rollout – Australia’s sluggish vaccination rollout is set to be supercharged from today as one million new Pfizer doses arrive in the country.

PwC Australia drives its digital and data transformation deeper – Visch started as PwC Australia’s chief digital and information officer (CDIO) at the beginning of July, joining after a stint as AMP’s chief technology and data …

Review of Australian COVID19 research finds lack of … – In a study published in the Medical Journal of Australia, University of Sydney researchers looked at clinical trials conducted in Australia focused on the COVID …

Coronavirus: Extra doses of Pfizer vaccine arrive in Australia – Australia’s vaccine rollout has been supercharged with a further million Pfizer doses per week administered. Added40 minutes ago.

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.

2022 Audi Q5 Sportback 50 TDI certified for Australia – The vehicle was also listed on the Australian government’s Green Vehicle Guide website, though the page was taken down after CarAdvice contacted Audi Australia …

Classy Order Of Australia back to winning ways at the Curragh – Breeders’ Cup hero Order Of Australia made the most of having his sights lowered in the Romanised Minstrel Stakes at the Curragh.

CRC program stands alone in federal industry backing… – building a collaborative research network across regional and remote Australia … Chain Management to improve Australia’s medial product supply chain.

COVID-19 vaccine rollout for Indigenous Australians has had … – But in Western Australia, Queensland and South Australia there are deep concerns about low rates of vaccination. Warmun residents give thumbs up. In the WA …

Will this really be Australia’s last lockdown? Only if we reach … – The Powerhouse Youth Theatre was just days away from launching its first major national tour, with shows planned for 23 venues across Australia, …

Football cap from 1905 returns to Wales from Australia – A Wales international football cap, thought to be the oldest still in existence, has come home after decades in Australia. Stoke City striker Walter Watkins …

Australia claims SailGP lead >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Plymouth, UK (July 18, 2021) – The Australia SailGP Team celebrated its first event win of SailGP Season 2, being crowned champion of the Great Britain Sail …

Tokyo Olympics to begin two days before opening ceremony … – A male basketballer has the Australian flag over his shoulders. Basektballer Patty Mills will join swimmer Cate Campbell as Australia’s flag-bearers in Tokyo. (.

‘Pack your bongo and go home’, Australia’s deputy PM tells … – Australia’s deputy prime minister has told Katie Hopkins to “pack her bongo” and “get out of the country” if she is found to have broken strict quarantine …

Lockdowns: last resort or first response? – Both Queensland and Western Australia, under the leadership of Labor Premiers … It is also likely that Australians are only going to see a doctor if they …

List of British Open winners – 1991 Ian Baker-Finch (Australia) by two strokes. 1990 Faldo by five strokes. 1989 Mark Calcavecchia (USA) won after a playoff.

Esan Tabrizi new leader of Deloitte Digital in Australia – Deloitte has promoted Esan Tabrizi to Head of Deloitte Digital in Australia. He succeeds Steve Hallam, who has taken on another senior role within the firm.

BMW Z4 manual axed in Australia, after just two cars sold in … – The BMW Z4 has become the latest car to lose its manual transmission in Australia, after just two examples were sold in two years – making it one of the …

It’s Games on for Indigenous progress – Australia has the third biggest team competing at the Tokyo Games. … who made history as the first Indigenous Australians to compete at an Olympics.

2021 Tokyo Olympics: Women’s 100m Backstroke Gold Medal … – Australia’s Kaylee McKeown is the favorite to take home the gold with odds set at – …

Katie Hopkins denies breaking quarantine rules in Australia – She later said in a post on the social media platform she has ‘never broken quarantine’, adding that her ‘heart goes out to Australians and this brilliant …

Call for mandatory jab for health workers – Economists were already estimating the cost of the twin shutdowns in Australia’s two major cities at some $10 billion even before the NSW government tightened …

Bob Carr calls for Unesco to recognise ‘urgency of threat … – Carr told Guardian Australia the area to be flooded was an “an area of priceless beauty, and one of the last undammed rivers in eastern Australia”. “I’ve hiked …

Coalition’s Queensland women set to highlight growing policy … – have balance in Parliament and will endeavour to work, support and ensure that this will be achieved, but not at the expense of the Australian people.”.

Australians believe states managing Covid pandemic better … – Support for Morrison government’s handling of coronavirus outbreak is dropping, while states and territories ‘have shone’, Australia Institute reveals.

General confusion: who is the military man charged with … – In early June Lt Gen John Frewen was appointed coordinator general of Australia’s national Covid vaccine taskforce. Since then he’s popped up on television …

Hamilton wins controversial British GP – Bottas was third while Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo was fifth in his McLaren. The win was the 99th of seven-times world champion Hamilton’s Formula One …

Smith in maroon just feels the Open blues – Australia’s last hope, lying six shots off the lead going into Sunday’s final round at six-under par, had been clinging on the thought that a roaring start …

Katie Hopkins Fired From Celebrity Big Brother Australia After … – The country is currently undergoing strict quarantine protocols, and thousands of Australian citizens are stranded overseas and unable to get back into their …

PwC Australia sees reshaped landscape and tech power … – Bespoke research conducted by PwC Australia for the Australian Outlook demonstrated that content appetite changed over the course of the pandemic, and the …

Coronavirus Australia: Sydney, NSW and Melbourne, Victoria … – Coronavirus Australia: Sydney, NSW and Melbourne, Victoria lockdowns could be extended as Eid begins.

U.S. Patriot missiles shoot down drones in Australia in ‘historic … – U.S. Army missile defense units have carried out the first-ever firing of Patriot surface-to-air missiles in Australia as part of joint exercises with U.S. …

GP: Tom Slingsby leads Australia to Sail Grand Prix victory … – The Australian team picked up their first victory of the season and bounced back after finishing last in Italy; Season 2 of SailGP now moves to Denmark for the …

Australia wins Great Britain SailGP in Plymouth – Australia wins Great Britain SailGP in Plymouth. Team GB won race five of the competition and finished fourth overall as the Australians triumphed over the two …

Magnifying legal Chinese ship presence near US-Australian … – Recent coverage by Australian media on the legal presence of surveillance ships of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy near ongoing …

Jockey drain continues as Callan Murray leaves for Australia – Just a fortnight after Luke Ferraris left for Hong Kong, 24-year-old Callan Murray has decided to pull up stumps and continue his career in Australia.

Woolworths, Coles and a Sydney apartment block declared … – USE DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA’S TRACKER TO FIND THE LATEST EXPOSURE SITES NEAR YOU … The Covid warning every young Australian needs to read: Woman, 29, …

Covid Australia: Iraqi removalists accused driving to regional … – But Roni, who moved to Australia from Iraq, says they are not to blame and he had not … The Covid warning every young Australian needs to read: Woman, 29, …

Second Chinese vessel to watch US-Australia drill – Fighter jets are pictured on the flight deck of the USS Ronald Reagan during the Talisman Sabre military exercises off the coast of Queensland, Australia, on …

UAE’s Ghassan Aboud Group acquires Vincent Hotel in … – This establishes the Group as Australia’s largest independent owner of five-star hotels and resorts. It is also one of the first major transactions in …

After Australia, what’s next for France’s XV? – With the tour over in Australia, XV de France players will be entitled to a well-deserved vacation. Some elements like the final elements First 14, Was already …

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