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Do not drink: Water warning for storm-hit suburbs in Melbourne’s east

Yarra Valley Water can be contacted on 13 27 62 for anyone with special needs, and anyone in those areas who has ingested the water and who feels unwell should contact a doctor, the statement said. Emergency Management Victoria Commissioner Andrew Crisp said more can always be done but emergency …

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ABC to relocate 300 Ultimo staff to Parramatta

“With rapid changes in our industry, technology and ways of working, this initiative is an opportunity to create a new and contemporary work environment with the latest technology,” Mr Anderson said. “The new facilities will need radio and TV studios and a public space for community engagement. “This move will …

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Everything you need to know about the 2021 US Open at Torrey Pines

“It’s frustrating … I feel like a lot of it just has to do with I just haven’t putted very well,” Johnson said last week before going on to finish in a share of 10th place in his US Open tune-up. “That’s kind of been the trend or the reason …

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ASX breaks through 7400 points; Oil stocks surging

The Australian sharemarket remains firmly in a rollicking post-COVID growth phase, but asset managers say the momentum enjoyed by investors over the past year is not far from peaking. SG Hiscock portfolio manager Hamish Tadgell says the ASX 200 has cycled rapidly through the stages of recovery and hope, and …

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The $50,000 deal struck to ensure Churchill heirloom remains in Sydney

The Churchill name is one of the most famous in Australian sport. The former South Sydney fullback, who made 37 Test appearances in the 1940s and ’50s, was one of the first post-war players bestowed with the honour of “Immortal” status. After retiring, he successfully transitioned into coaching, leading the …

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Woodside boss says China trade tactics would have little effect on Australian LNG

Loading Ms O’Neill did say if you wanted a world with a high level of interdependence and trade then you would like for government to government relationships to be positive. “We recognise that there’s tension right now and that’s for a variety of reasons. And, you know, we understand the …

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Ronaldo breaks record after billion-dollar snub, France beat Germany

Ronaldo also became the only player to score at five consecutive European Championships. He scored his first goal after Rafa Silva was fouled by Willi Orban in the area and the referee whistled for a penalty. Ronaldo, who had missed an easy chance near the end of the first half, …

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West Gate Tunnel project faces $4b blowout amid contaminated soil crisis

Loading These costs were first raised by the project’s builders. Transurban is passing them onto the state government under the terms of their private-public partnership deal. The claims do not necessarily reflect the final cost of the project, which would be negotiated with the builders and the government. An Andrews …

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Voters want Australia to set a net zero 2050 emissions target, but no carbon tax

Mr Morrison’s current stance is that the government would “preferably” achieve net zero by 2050 but he has avoided a hard deadline, although some Liberal MPs want the government to embrace the target before the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow in November. “We all understand the importance of a …

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Liberal MPs suggest radical plans to tackle housing affordability crisis

He believes an independent authority should set the proportion of losses an investor could deduct for their investment properties, based on trends in the property market. Similar to how the Reserve Bank targets an inflation rate of between 2 and 3 per cent, this authority could be able to reduce …

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