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Sport shorts: Porte wins Criterium du Dauphine, Mercedes go pointless in Baku

“As long as we keep it consistent, going forward, it certainly helps the fans to be sticking to the TV,” winner Perez said. “I think they have the most enjoyable two laps of the race, you know?” The unusual sequence began when championship leader Verstappen crashed out of the lead …

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Robinson suspended for racist tweets, England bat out draw with New Zealand

He was still there at the close on a pitch that showed signs of uneven bounce. Root (40) put on an important 80 alongside the Warwickshire opener after the loss of two quick wickets. A washout on day three ultimately conspired against New Zealand while Williamson believes the pitch flattening …

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NAB facing AUSTRAC investigation over potential ‘serious and ongoing’ breaches

National Australia Bank is facing allegations of potentially serious and ongoing non-compliance with anti-money laundering laws, with the financial crimes watchdog launching a formal investigation into whether to take legal action. AUSTRAC wrote a letter to NAB on June 4 outlining serious concerns with NAB’s customer identification procedures, ongoing customer …

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Disaster strikes for Verstappen, Hamilton as Perez wins in Baku

Verstappen had no warning his tire was about to fail as he slammed into the wall. The Dutchman climbed from his car, inspected the tyre and kicked it in anger before stomping off in disgust over the race-changing failure. “Sometimes you can hate this sport,” Verstappen said. Lewis Hamilton misses …

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Netanyahu alleges ‘the greatest election fraud’ as Israel faces fears of political violence

In a televised speech, Bennett called on Yariv Levin, Parliament’s speaker and a Netanyahu loyalist, not to try to buy time to encourage members of the new coalition to defect, and said he should hold the vote on Wednesday. There was no immediate comment from Levin. Loading “Let go. Let …

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The disgraced priest, the children’s shelter and a fight for justice in East Timor

The mother of two of the girls told Portuguese news agency Lusa she “passed out” when she learnt her daughters had been abused. “My girls said it happened to everyone. But nobody said anything,” she said. A scandal of enormous proportions in a country that is almost universally Catholic, observers …

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Reactions to the birth of Meghan and Harry’s baby Lilibet Diana

Loading The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, via twitter “We are all delighted by the happy news of the arrival of baby Lili. Congratulations to Harry, Meghan and Archie.” Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister “Many congratulations to The Duke & Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their daughter.” Piers …

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Remote learning security concern after threatening strangers breach online classrooms

Ms Wolf said the directory contained 278,233 email addresses and inappropriately disclosed her child’s personal information. She said the department’s slow response to her complaint meant children were at risk for an extended period. “Somebody needs to be held to account in the Department of Education,” Ms Wolf said. Data …

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Judgment on unseen Delta spread key to lockdown call, as vaccine supply doubled

Mr Hunt said Saturday was a record day for vaccinations across Australia with over 88,000 getting immunised. There have now been more than 5 million vaccines delivered nationally. Acting Premier James Merlino and Deputy Chief Health Officer Allen Cheng said on Sunday they expected stay-at-home orders to be eased as …

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