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Relegation looms for Bournemouth after derby loss, Spurs beat Leicester

Watford are 17th in the standings with 34 points from 36 games, while Bournemouth have 31 points from 37. They slipped to second from bottom after Sunday’s defeat. Ings, who started his career as a teenager at Bournemouth, struck home in the 41st minute to move to within two goals …

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Hamilton equals Schumacher’s Hungarian Grand Prix record

Verstappen drove superbly to hold off Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas, who finished less than one second behind him in third to relinquish the championship lead after three races. Hamilton took a record-extending 90th career pole on Saturday to match Schumacher’s record for seven poles on the 4.4-kilometre track nestled …

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‘Patient on life support’: business call to reinvent The Rocks

Loading An outdoor cinema and light projections telling stories of the area’s history, as well as reactivating alleyways to bring commerce outdoors, are some of the ideas to reanimate the area. Ms O’Regan said the area — Australia’s oldest colonial neighbourhood, preserved through fierce conservation battles — was rich in …

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‘Not immune’: Universities prepare for more job losses

The Rapid Research Information Forum chaired by Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel released a report earlier this year that says university job losses of up to 21,000 full-time equivalent positions, “of which an estimated 7000 could be research-related academic staff”, are projected over the next six months. “There are concerns …

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Mick Gatto brought in to heal wounds between Setka and Corkman developer

The attack sparked protests outside the front of the site by hundreds of building workers, but the protest was called off after concerns were raised about social distancing. Raman Shaqiri at court in 2018.Credit:Joe Armao One of the builders involved at the Hawthorn East site was Raman Shaqiri, who was …

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Fair dinkum crossroads: Australia to stand firm on five Super teams

Loading “We’re looking at two plans, one with the Kiwis and one without. The call as I understand it, between [NZR boss] Mark Robinson and Rob [Clarke] was quite perfunctory,” McLennan said. “It’s pretty obvious to me that we have the chance to build the best professional competition in the …

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Let Jack play: Dragons to ask NRL to review no-fault stand-down policy

The Dragons know how delicate the topic is. If De Belin is found guilty, he faces the prospect of a custodial sentence. If found not guilty, he will have missed two years of football in what should have been the prime of his career. At the introduction of the no-fault …

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Tax savings separately from income: experts back reforms

It found decision-making around savings was being skewed by the large differences in their tax treatments, hurting the overall economy by rewarding investment in areas for tax reasons rather than their financial benefit. According to the report, a person earning between $20,000 and $37,000 faces a marginal effective tax rate …

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Police leave force in larger numbers during $583m recruitment drive

Shadow NSW police minister Lynda Voltz said a recent “spike” of workers compensation claims is partly due to stress as police deal with COVID-19 and continue to be assaulted by some members of the public. Each year for the past five years, NSW police report about 2500 assaults on officers, …

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