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Zoom boss says it’s winning the video conferencing race

The coronavirus pandemic has turned the company into a verb with 300 million daily meeting participants in April, up from 10 million in December. Zoom has ended the April quarter with 265,400 corporate customers with at least 10 employees, up approximately 354 per cent from the same period last financial …

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Super funds will be ‘biggest political donors in Australia’: Andrew Bragg

The level of payments from super funds to unions has fallen in some years and the AEC does not classify them as donations. “Our super system needs to be strengthened and protected not undermined by Liberal backbenchers desperate for a headline,” Mr Jones said. However, Senator Bragg said he wasn’t …

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Cyclone Nisarga bears down on India’s west coast

A witness in Alibag, the town where the storm made landfall, said the area was pummelled with heavy rain and strong winds. Local media reported a few dozen incidents of trees being uprooted and vehicles being damaged, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage, officials said. …

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Homeowner handouts are not the best form of stimulus spending

Now, I don’t expect the Prime Minister to completely agree with me. I know he will struggle to resist showering sparkies and chippies with wheelbarrow-loads of money to keep them charging around in crew-cabs and cranking up Fox FM on boomboxes. But there are better ways to spend that money …

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As the day unfolded: National Guard deployed in New York, LA and Washington as Trump threatens Black Lives Matter demonstrators with US military

Thanks for reading. This is Matt Bungard signing off. We’ll be back tomorrow with more coverage of the ongoing fallout in the United States, and around the world. This is what you need to know from today: We’ll continue our live coverage on Thursday. Former ambassador to the United States …

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As it happened: Australia in recession as GDP drops 0.3 per cent; Victoria records seven new COVID-19 cases as Australian death toll stands at 102

A 53-year-old man who died in Bali late on Tuesday night may be the first Australian to perish of coronavirus in Indonesia. David William John Sparenburg may be the first Australian to die of coronavirus in Indonesia. A copy of the man’s passport obtained by The Sydney Morning Herald and …

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Dead man may be first Australian coronavirus fatality in Bali

“She lived at the same address as him. She then gave him his medicine, a few hours later he again complained of breathing problems, held Eka and died in her arms,” he said. “The witness contacted the home owner who then contacted the authorities. Around 5am the team arrived. COVID-19 …

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Cox and Phillips inducted into Australian Football Hall of Fame

But playing two ruckmen is in the Eagles’ DNA and Cox learned his craft alongside the tough and talented Michael Gardiner, while building his confidence palming the ball down to Ben Cousins, then Chris Judd and Daniel Kerr. Cox became known as the extra midfielder, as if the Eagles needed …

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The collective consciousness crossword challenge

Peter Riley of Penrith writes: “Thirty years ago, Dr Rupert Sheldrake of Cambridge University published his Theory of Collective Consciousness, which contends that if you do a newspaper crossword that is a day old, you’ll find it easier because the answers are now ‘out there in the collective memory’ because …

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