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Going to my patient’s funeral honoured our bond

The first is practical: in my specialty death is common, my time is limited, and the living need my care and attention. The second is metaphysical: it concerns the very nature of what a funeral is – what it means and, therefore, whether I have any right to be present …

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‘Mass murder’: Man ploughs truck into Muslim family in Canada

About a dozen police officers combed the area around the crash site looking for evidence on Monday. Blue markers on the ground dotted the intersection. “We believe the victims were targeted because of their Islamic faith,” London Police Chief Stephen Williams said. “We understand that this event may cause fear …

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ASX dips after hitting new highs; Real estate out-performs

Asian stocks were steady and US equity futures rose as investors await more clues on the outlook for inflation and central bank stimulus amid the recovery from the pandemic. Shares in Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Australia reversed gains to inch lower at 1pm AEST. The CSI300 dropped 0.6 per …

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Socceroos see off Chinese Taipei as World Cup march continues

“The most important thing is our patterns of play, and they were working. Sometimes it was the end pass and that is what happens when you throw a new team together.” Arnold was not concerned that set pieces proved the most reliable route to goal early. Denis Genreau, who was …

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Tips and race-by-race preview for Tamworth on Tuesday

Track improving to Soft 5 and rail out 3m from both the 1000m to 275m and from WP to 1400m; and out 1m the remainder Race 1 MAIDEN PLATE (1600m) We start on an improving track over the mile. Local four-year-old 3. Set To Fight can peak out to this …

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Disability provider Scope opens own vaccination hub

She said Scope was a member of Ability First Australia, which had met with NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds two weeks ago and suggested vaccination hubs could complement the health teams administering vaccines in disability homes. “This was an adjunct really to try and get the job done more quickly,” Dr …

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Apple unveils new FaceTime features, privacy controls in iOS 15

Apple has previewed its next-generation iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Mac operating systems, adding a slew of new privacy, health, smart-home, messaging, maps and digital wallet features. At its Worldwide Developer Conference held virtually on Monday (US time), the company focused heavily on how it has made FaceTime a …

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‘The jabs are working’: Only three fully vaccinated people hospitalised in UK with Delta variant

Tuesday local-time marks six months since the world’s first approved COVID-19 vaccine was administered at Coventry Hospital in England. Loading Nearly 76 per cent of adults in the UK have had at least one shot of vaccines by AstraZeneca, Pfizer or Moderna, and 52 per cent two doses. Prime Minister …

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