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Daily Archives: September 10, 2019

Gutherson using Parramatta’s great finals drought as motivation

Loading But after crashing out in straight sets in their only appearance since then in 2017, Gutherson wants his players to embrace the occasion. “We know what happened last time we were in the finals, we went out in straight sets,” Gutherson said. “But you have to embrace it. It …

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Strike Energy upgrades ‘staggering’ gas find

Strike Energy was already happy with its gas discovery, calling it ‘staggering’ in a market announcement on August 27. Today it announces a significant upgrade bringing the ‘total net pay to 58 metres using the cut-offs from the nearby Waitsia field’.  “The Kingia gas discovery exhibits characteristics of one of …

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More trouble for Queensland hospital software after statewide issues

“Standard contingency plans were enacted and this ensured there was no impact on patient safety during this time.” Loading It’s understood the issues lasted for about two hours, with the issues resolved shortly after 6pm. During the downtime, hospital staff were advised to prescribe emergency medications on paper, with scripts  …

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Radioactive water from Fukushima could be dumped into sea

A government spokesman attempted to row back on the comments later in the day. “It is not true that we have decided on the disposal method,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters last night. “Not true”: Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga.Credit:AP Tepco has claimed that the water only contains …

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Excellent start for Socceroos but tougher tests await on road to Qatar

Graham Arnold had made a rod for his own back with his bold prediction in the lead-up to this game that the current squad of players could become the best Socceroos team ever – better even than the golden generation who took Australia to the World Cup in Germany in …

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Delayed transport of oversized bridge on Mitchell Freeway causes traffic chaos

Parts of a bridge being transported south on the Mitchell Freeway have caused traffic chaos on Wednesday morning. The oversized haulage reduced Mitchell Freeway southbound to a single lane, with traffic escorts directing traffic. The bridge was being transported down Mitchell Freeway on Wednesday morning Credit:Main Roads The bridge was …

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Everything Apple announced at its iPhone 11 reveal event

Cameras have received an upgrade across the board, with a new 12MP selfie shooter and a dual-lens setup around back (a wide and an ultrawide lens, both 12MP). Apple says the setup allows users to capture four times more scene in stills and stabilised 4K 60fps video with extended dynamic range. …

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Woman stabbed multiple times in Sydney’s inner west

A crime scene has been established and a search is under way to find the attacker. A neighbour said police are called to the block of units “sometimes two of three times” a day. “I think we were expecting something like this to happen,” he said. A month ago, the …

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George Burgess desperate to return for finals after nine-week ban

Loading However, his spot has effectively been taken by Tom, who is scheduled to come back from a knee injury and has been named on the bench. Front-rowers Liam Knight, Junior Tatola and Mark Nicholls have all been named in the Rabbitohs’ 17 ahead of George. The biggest question facing …

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Perth’s Crown Towers above the rest of Australia’s hotels

Perth can boast the best hotel and restaurant in the land after a glittering awards ceremony on the Gold Coast on Monday. Crown Towers Perth claimed the esteemed mantle of Best Overall Hotel of the Year at the 2019 Australian Hotels Association National Awards for Excellence at a gala ceremony …

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