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‘Hardest decision of my career’: Walker chooses Willoughby over Prince

Loading “We’ve always kept in contact and kept in touch and I’m forever thankful for him and his team for offering me this opportunity. “For them to put me at the forefront – there’s so many amazing riders in this day and age in Melbourne – is something I’m really …

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Pharmacy operators pitch expertise for COVID-19 vaccine plan

Mr Vincent chairs the National Pharmaceutical Services Association (NPSA) as well as serving as the chief executive of API, the ASX-listed operator that runs the Priceline Pharmacy brand as well as being a product wholesaler. He offered the industry expertise about the rollout on behalf of the NPSA, whose members …

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A beauty and a beast: Tough US Open test for Woods at Winged Foot

It doesn’t figure to get any easier at Winged Foot. Two days before the start of the 120th US Open — and sixth at Winged Foot — the course already is living up to its reputation as being a brute even without the USGA grooming it for the toughest test …

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Republican Wisconsin elections commissioner advised Green Party

Loading Spindell, a Republican who supported putting Hawkins on the ballot, wrote to Zeese that he was “very sorry. but not surprised, the three Democrat Commissioners fought hard to keep the Green Party off the Ballot.” “The Democrat Party obviously believes this action would push your members to vote for …

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Markets are counting on a vaccine rescue that is further away than they think

Let us hope so. But remember that they are experimenting with “quick-and-dirty” messenger RNA that provokes the immune system into a response. Moderna is working on a similar messenger RNA. This gene-based biotech leapfrogs the normal laborious process and avoids the need for a costly production of the vaccine from …

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Apple debuts discount watch, iPads and services, no new iPhones

The Apple Watch SE comes in at a significantly lower price than the high-end model. Loading Notably, for people buying a cellular Apple Watch that has its own mobile connection, the Watch SE comes in at a full $250 less than the Series 6 at $499. The scaled-down Apple Watch …

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As it unfolded: A golden start in the pool at the Sydney Olympics on September 16, 2000

Here’s how The Sun-Herald recorded the first day of competition at the Sydney Olympics, with our relay kings Ashley Callus, Chris Fydler, Michael Klim and Ian Thorpe on page 1. The front page of The Sun-Herald on September 17, 2000.Credit:SMH The 17-year-old is now an official superstar. Thorpe had the …

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An Indian museum for a Muslim dynasty gets a Hindu overhaul

Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, the state in which Agra is located, said on Monday that he would not allow India’s Muslim rulers to be lionised with such a museum and that the building would instead be named for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, a 17th-century Hindu warrior-king. “How can …

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ASX higher on CSL, miners, tech surge; BNPL players shine

Gains for biotech CSL, and a positive start for mining giants Rio Tinto and BHP, helped the ASX 200 move higher on Wednesday. The index was 0.7 per cent higher at 5936.3 by noon following a decent overnight lead from the US. All sectors were higher but the big banks …

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A long recession or a quick recovery? No one knows what is happening with the US economy

When Fed officials meet this week they are not expected to take policy steps in part because of “a very uncertain outlook,” Cornerstone Macro analysts wrote this week. “Calibrating … in these conditions is very challenging.” Adding to the challenge: Any rebound in GDP – the broadest gauge of economic …

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