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Messi is set to join Manchester City, say Barca

The news comes with City manager Pep Guardiola facing the prospect of isolating for 14 days after travelling to Barcelona last week. A picture of him alongside a restaurant owner in the city circulated on social media on Friday. It is understood City are relaxed about Guardiola’s trip. The majority …

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Quarantine breach: Police charge man who left hospital sparking Northbridge search

But he took off on foot, checking into a nearby backpacker hostel and going out to the busy Hotel Northbridge instead. Police swooped onto the Lake Street premises shortly after, arresting the man and telling punters attending a karaoke night to head straight home and quarantine. Officers wearing masks took …

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Queensland Health denies receiving request to help pregnant Ballina woman

Northern New South Wales Health believed that while Brisbane was closer than Sydney for specialist treatment, Ms Brown would have had to spend two weeks in quarantine if she travelled to Queensland. They were instead sent by CareFlight to Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital to avoid quarantine. One twin subsequently …

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Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria reports 94 new COVID-19 cases; NSW hopes clusters reduce as Australian death toll jumps to 602

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is set to give the daily COVID-19 update at 11.15am AEST. The Premier says cases in regional Victoria are continuing to drop, which is ‘critically important’ for the state’s fight against the virus. Daniel Andrews said there is now just 117 active cases of COVID-19 in …

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‘Change is happening’: Protesters gather in Washington to oppose racism

“America, we need to have a conversation about your racism, your bigotry,” said veteran civil rights campaigner Al Sharpton, who organised the march. “We need to have the conversation about how you would put your knee on our necks while we cry for oxygen.” People gather at the Lincoln Memorial …

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Fifty people arrested during three months of drug raids around Logan

The woman has also been charged with unlawfully possessing stolen property and assaulting police. A 37-year-old Beaudesert woman faces two charges of supplying dangerous drugs and one of possessing dangerous drugs, among other charges. Police examine some of the items seized in the raids across the Logan area. She is …

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Facebook CEO says ‘Kenosha Guard’ page was left up by ‘operational mistake’

“The Page violated our policies,” Zuckerberg said Friday in a video post, adding that Facebook reviewers didn’t identify it as a violation in part because the rules against militia groups are new. “It was largely an operational mistake,” the CEO said. Facebook has removed the alleged shooter’s Facebook and Instagram …

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Men allegedly used Facebook, Instagram to groom 140 teenagers

A police investigation has uncovered a suspected sex ring which allegedly used social media to groom up to 140 teenagers online, some as young as 13. The men, aged 18 to 41, used popular apps like Facebook and Instagram to build a relationship with their victims in a bid to …

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Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria records 113 new COVID-19 cases as hotel quarantine inquiry resumes; Australian death toll jumps to 584

Premier Gladys Berejiklian, NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant and NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys will provide an update on COVID-19 at 11am AEST. New Zealand has reported 12 new coronavirus cases, with five in the community and seven in returned travellers. The seven cases in returned travellers …

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Queensland is compassionate, Premier insists, after unborn baby’s death

“Baby A’s blood flow increased, she became anaemic and died.” Baby A had been considered the healthier of the two babies, while the mother and the second baby are now being monitored in Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. “My daughter and her husband are stuck down there having to pay …

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