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Take this advice for sleeping during a heatwave

Loading “To facilitate sleep onset, you drop your core temperature and raise your peripheral temperature,” explains Professor Dawson. “And the hotter it gets, or the colder it gets, outside of what’s called the thermal neutral zone, the more difficult that is to do.” For most people, the thermal neutral zone …

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Markets Live: ASX follows Wall St slide

Equity capital markets volumes are expected to fall this year, with the IPO market cruelled after a series of poor listings and volatile share markets. But investment bankers and fund managers expect companies will tap the markets to fund an expected uptick in merger and acquisitions activity, even though they …

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Race-by-race tips and preview for Canterbury on Friday night

Race 2 – 6:45PM SUMMER NIGHT RACING HANDICAP (1100 METRES) The market will be significant with the first starter 7. You’re Next opening favourite on the back ofan impressive trials win two months ago. Not seen since then but with the blinkers applied in thetrial he easily accounted for A …

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Nicci’s Gold looks to overcome Kensington switch

With heatwave conditions expected, the meeting was moved from the west by stewards amid welfare concerns on Tuesday and there will be a heat policy invoked during the afternoon on Saturday. Nicci’s Gold has been in good form this preparation and got a win with a storming effort at Warwick Farm …

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Alcoa-funded unionists sought confidential payouts amid strike action

The email, which was sent by Alcoa’s employee relations director to the five unionists, made offers of redundancy payments after the company decided to axe the site convenor positions. “I have been approached by some of you over the past month or so expressing an interest in or requesting consideration …

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Man charged over alleged historic child sex abuse at South Perth college

A cold case investigation has resulted in historic child sex abuse charges being levelled against a 70-year-old Safety Bay man over alleged assault committed when the man worked at a South Perth college more than 40 years ago. The investigation stemmed from the Royal Commission into institutional responses to child …

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Youngest president of NSW Jewish Board of Deputies

Spinak believed younger people should get involved in his community, winning in his early twenties election to the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBD), later becoming vice president and then, in 2014, the youngest ever president. Through charm, razor attuned focus, wide reading and learning and an appreciation of threats …

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David made $245m picking stocks – now he wants to give away his advantage

“Think of me as an expert mechanic, walking around a second-hand car lot in which there are no warranties, and all of them are discounted for the risk of being lemons,” Webb explained in a recent speech at The University of Hong Kong. By avoiding most of the lemons most …

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Australia v India LIVE day two, fourth Test: Tourists on top in Sydney

Hazlewood and Cummins are mixing it up as best they can, with more short stuff than yesterday, without much joy. Pujara has well and truly pitched a tent on the SCG wicket and has every intention of making the most of his holiday. He’s doing what he loves, occupying the …

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Search on for father, son on camping trip near Dwellingup

Police are searching for a father and his son believed to be on a camping trip in the South West, amid fears the man is in need of urgent medical intervention. The exact location of the spot Jonathon Edwards, 43, and his 12-year-old son Dylan are camping is not known, …

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