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Distinctive red runners helped lead Will’s rescuers in right direction – The Age

The young teenager ate four large serves of McDonald’s chips and nuggets after his 46-hour ordeal lost in the bush. His mother Penny can’t wait to meet the man who rescued her son.

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Cox Plate crowd decision reversed after backlash – The Age

Racing Minister Martin Pakula announced the backdown five hours after his office said a small crowd could attend the races this weekend

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The government and host venue Moonee Valley Racetrack insisted that the allowance of the extra spectators was under advice issued by Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton.
The decision quickly drew the ire of opposition and crossbench MPs and others on social media on Tuesday night.
Channel Nine reporter Mark Santomartino, a regular at Premier Daniel Andrews’ press conferences, shared his outrage at the announcement in reference to his grandmother who recently died from COVID-19.
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Police handed information on claims Vatican sent $1m to Australia in relation to George Pell sexual abuse trial – ABC News

The financial crimes regulator has passed information to police about allegations of money being transferred from the Vatican in relation to the trial of Cardin…

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The financial crimes regulator has passed information to police about allegations of money being transferred from the Vatican in relation to the trial of Cardinal George Pell.
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  • AUSTRAC has passed information to police in relation to allegations of payments from the Vatican
  • Unsubstantiated media reports in Europe earlier this month claimed Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciu was suspected of wiring $1.1m to Australia to help secure evidence against Cardinal Pell in his s…

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Nick Cummins criticised for tackling Shayna Jack on SAS Australia – NEWS.com.au

Nick Cummins criticised for tackling Shayna Jack on SAS Australia

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Viewers have taken to Twitter to question the behaviour of Honey Badger Nick Cummins after a game of murder ball which is basically rugby without rules saw him tackle Australian swimmer Shayna Jack so hard she feared she had a broken rib. The incident occurred in episode two of SAS Australia and led to Jack getting emergency medical help when she collapsed to the ground.
Thankfully she was fine, and was told she was suffering from low blood sugar with help given to get her fluids back up.
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