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Millions ordered to stay local under new British COVID restrictions

Plans for the third, or “very high”, tier are understood to include guidance asking residents not to travel outside of their area other than for specific reasons such as work and education. Local mayors said they expected pubs and bars in these areas would have to close, with restaurants able …

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‘It suits us’: Cats ready for Gabba preliminary final against Lions

Scott was polite but weary of talk surrounding his team’s finals record in recent years, whether it had been used as motivation in the lead-up to the game, and whether the persistent criticism had stung his players. Loading “It’s hard for me to answer, but I doubt it,” he said. …

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The Age photos of the week, October 11, 2020

14/20 Loretta Piazza, principal of Meadowglen Primary School. Opening up school playgrounds to the 458,000 people who live more than 400 metres from open space could provide much-needed parklands during the coronavirus lockdown, new analysis shows. About Credit:Jason South

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Bottas beats Hamilton to Eifel Grand Prix pole

“The last lap in qualifying three was spot on, just what I needed. It was nice to get it together.” The Finn is 44 points behind six-time world champion Hamilton, who will still fancy his chances of equalling Michael Schumacher’s all-time record 91 career wins on Sunday at a track …

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Health effects of trolling are ‘almost unsurvivable’, says Meghan

London: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has claimed she is the “most trolled person in the world” and the effect on her health is “almost unsurvivable”. The Duchess, interviewed by American teenagers for a podcast, said it was “so damaging” to mental and emotional health for anyone to have people …

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Dowsett wins stage eight of Giro, Almeida stays in pink

“I don’t have a contract for next year right now and I have a baby on the way in January. So I can’t tell you how much I’ve been worrying this year, just what I’m going to do next year. And I just can’t believe that’s happened.” Salvatore Puccio won …

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From the Archives, 1982: Tempers flare as protesters storm the Melbourne Club

Their purpose was vividly expressed in leaflets they distributed to bystanders: “The Melbourne Club at the top of Collins Street in the city is the best known and most obnoxious retreat of the spoilt rich. “While Victorian Liberal leaders Lindsay Thompson and Digby Crozier, along with Press barons Sir Vincent …

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Man dead, woman arrested in Melbourne CBD after stabbing

A man has died in hospital after being stabbed in Melbourne’s CBD on Saturday night, with police investigating whether the attack is linked to another incident early on Sunday morning. The 46-year-old was taken to hospital in a life-threatening condition about 9.30pm on Saturday, a spokeswoman for Victoria Police said. …

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‘Get out and vote:’ Trump defies COVID concerns to hold White House event

Speaking from his balcony days after being discharged from hospital, Trump today delivered a buoyant, but short, speech to black and Latino supporters, claiming that if Joe Biden and the Democrats win in November “they’ll launch a nationwide crusade against law enforcement”. The White House has not traditionally been used …

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Money the sticking point with De Goey: Buckley

“Jordy loves the club and he wants to be here. Elements of people on his side would like to see him remunerated as well as he possibly could and, you know, we want him to be rewarded appropriately as we do the other 44 blokes on our list for what …

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