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Daily Archives: September 4, 2021

Police investigate after 25-year-old man dies of stab wounds in Dandenong South

Homicide detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a man at a Dandenong South caravan park on Saturday night. The man has yet to be formally identified and was found at a caravan park on the South Gippsland Highway at about 10pm. Police are investigating a death in Dandenong South …

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What happened to America?

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size When the planes hit the towers they sliced through more than steel. The September 11 attacks shattered the myth of American innocence and invulnerability. Since the end of the Cold War over a decade earlier, America had basked in its status as …

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‘A fine line between too weak and too strong’: Labor grapples with a policy to open up

But The Age and the Herald’s Resolve Political Monitor tells a very different story, with Labor trailing 32-40 on the primary vote and lagging or line ball on a number of other key indicators. The most recent Resolve findings were widely shared and discussed within the caucus and stoked significant …

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Surveillance, drones and kill switches: Abusers use technology to terrorise women

But this simply wasn’t feasible during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has rendered the internet even more of an essential utility. Julie Inman Grant, Australia’s eSafety Commissioner.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen “Technology is an enabler but also an extension of the terror that women may already be experiencing through physical violence and emotional abuse. …

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AFL 2021 LIVE updates: Bulldogs win epic semi-final by one point, sending Lions out in straight sets

Brisbane coach Chris Fagan spoke to the media after the game… Q: Can you describe the feeling in the sheds right now, the boys must be heartbroken. I haven’t spoken to them yet. We are all flat. We put in a good contest tonight and to not come away with …

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As it happened: NSW recorded 1533 new cases and four new deaths on Saturday, Victoria reported 190 new local infections

Thanks so much for joining us today, we’ve really appreciated your company. We will be back tomorrow morning to keep you updated on all of Australia’s COVID-19 news. But for now, here’s the major headlines from today: Thanks again for your company, have a wonderful rest of your evening. Lowest …

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My best 12 tips and tricks for first-home buyers

However, it didn’t take – as it does today – an average of 11 years for a worker on the median full-time salary (about $80,000) to save a 20 per cent deposit on the median home value ($666,000), assuming a savings rate of 15 per cent of gross income. It …

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Western Bulldogs’ deep midfield inflicts deepest of cuts on Lions

Early on the Bulldogs were winning the ball when it hit the ground and creating enough handball chains to feel they could break the Lions with Macrae’s penetrating left foot on the end of too many. But the Lions maximised their chances to score with three goals from centre clearances …

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Bulldogs edge out Lions for last-gasp win in thriller

Suddenly, the Lions’ midfield started dictating terms from the centre, led by the bullocking McInerney and captain Dayne Zorko. And the Charlie Cameron show began, first leading for a lace-out McCluggage kick, then snapping a second from a deep kick by Zorko. His third was outrageous: a drop punt kicked …

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First-home buyers struggle as prices continue to rise

HomeBuilder gave new home builders and renovators a $25,000 grant and prompted a big increase in building activity. It was extended but at the lower rate of $15,000 and was closed to new applicants in mid-April. Since then, affordability for first-home buyers has worsened. A new report by the Real …

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