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Splendour in the Grass cancellation batters Byron Bay economy – ABC News

Byron Mayor says the cancellation of this year’s Splendour in the Grass music festival is the latest in an “almost cataclysmic” sequence of economic setbacks.

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UFC 254: Aussie’s debut ends in devastating knockout ending – NEWS.com.au

One of the biggest UFC cards of the year is upon us with UFC 254 live from Fight Island in Abu Dhabi.

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Aussie Robert Whittaker has earned another shot at the middleweight title after taking down Jared Cannonier in a brilliant three-round fight, securing the unanimous decision victory.
The former middleweight champ looked at his absolute best as he picked apart his opponent.
Whittaker’s jab continued to find a home on the right eye of Cannonier and in the third round a lethal two punch, head kick combination landed flush and sent Cannonier stumbling back against the cage.
“F***ing hard fight man,”…

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125-Year Study of Chess Matches Suggests We Don’t Peak at The Game Until Our 30s – ScienceAlert

There comes a time in everyone’s life when the brain and the body reach their peak before age begins to take its toll.

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There comes a time in everyone’s life when the brain and the body reach their peak before age begins to take its toll.
While muscle mass, strength, and function start to deteriorate around age 30, new research on professional chess players suggests the brain actually ages in a slower and more gradual way.
Analysing 125 years of expert chess games and tracking individual performances over lifetimes, scientists plotted a hump-shaped curve, a tiny little speed bump that stays true across various different…

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iPhone 12 launch causes NHS Covid-19 app confusion – Yahoo News Australia

Some owners of Apple’s new phones get an error message when trying to run the contact-tracing app.

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Some owners of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro handsets have reported being shown an error message when trying to use the NHS Covid-19 app.
Apple’s devices – which were released on Friday – can in fact run England and Wales’ contact-tracing software.
But the issue arises if apps are transferred from an older iPhone via an iCloud Backup data transfer, which is common practice.
This can easily be addressed by making a change within the Settings menu.
Users should:

  • select the Notifications listing
  • then…

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