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Never-Googlers take the ultimate step to guard their data

Such never-Googlers are pushing friends and family to give up the search and advertising titan, while others are taking to social media to get word out. Online guides have sprouted up to help consumers untangle themselves from Google. These intrepid web users say they’d rather deal with daily inconveniences than …

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Warner among runs as Cummins and Pattinson heat up before Ashes

Australia’s fast bowling stocks are deep but the Victorian quick will be awfully difficult to leave out of the XI in Birmingham after a sensational display that won him a second innings return of 3-19 in 13 overs and match figures of 4-35 in 23 overs. David Warner has recorded …

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UK leadership LIVE: Boris Johnson names new Cabinet

Matt Hancock, a moderate leadership challenger was a late convert to the Boris Johnson campaign and then one of his loudest media cheerleaders.  That led to speculation that he could be made Chancellor as a reward. That has not eventuated. While Hancock was spared in the purge, he’s been kept …

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Leopard seal makes a rare visit to Sydney’s Bondi Beach

Winter beach-goers were greeted by an unusual guest at Sydney’s Bondi Beach on Tuesday, when a leopard seal made its way to shore. A crowd gathers to observe the rare appearance of a leopard seal at Bondi Beach.Credit:North Bondi RSL Club / Twitter Leopard seals are normally found in Antarctica …

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In highly anticipated testimony, Mueller says he did not exonerate Trump

The Judiciary Committee’s Democratic chairman, Jerrold Nadler, praised Mueller and said no one, including Trump, is “above the law”. But Trump’s Republican allies on the committee tried to paint Mueller’s investigation as unfair to the President, with Louie Gohmert heatedly telling him “you perpetuated injustice” and conservative congressman Guy Reschenthaler …

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Australian team celebrates fourth Tour de France stage win, Alaphilippe maintains lead

“This win is worth two wins because after stage 10 to Albi, I thought my chances to win a stage were today,” Trentin said. Italy’s Matteo Trentin celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 17.Credit:AP “I had stage 12 to Bagneres-de-Bigorre in mind and it went well …

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Johnson vows ‘the buck stops here’ after May bows out with a warning

Outside his new home-office, watched by his staff and girlfriend Carrie Symonds (the subject of intense interest from the press cameras), and heckled loudly by protestors down the road, Johnson told Britain it was “time to change the record”. In a warning to the European Union, who have said Theresa …

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Swimming: Hypocrisy doesn’t do Australia any favours

John Dobinson, Herston, QLD The role of competitors is to swim It appears that Australian swimmers may not be having much success at the World Championships. There is considerable coverage of Horton’s protest but detailed competition results are sparse. Matters relating to FINA and WADA should be left to our …

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Campbell thunders home to hand Australia gold in mixed medley thriller

Gwangju, South Korea: Cate Campbell says she was inspired by ironman backstroker Mitchell Larkin as the sprint queen produced a sizzling anchor leg to drive Australia to world championships gold in the mixed medley relay, a new Olympic event in Tokyo next year. Campbell unleashed a thunderous 51.1s split on …

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Race-by-race guide and tips for Kembla Grange on Thursday

How to play it: Agosto WIN. Race 2 – 1:05PM MOUNT KEIRA HANDICAP (1400 METRES) Two-horse race for mine. 2. Emergent disappointed first-up but found his form at Warwick Farm last time with a determined second on a heavy track. No worries 1400m on a good track and he’s entitled …

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