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Coronavirus Australia update: borders, airlines and outdoor gatherings on the agenda as national cabinet meets – politics live – The Guardian

Queensland continues to cop brunt of federal pressure to reopen borders, but closures remain in place for WA, SA, Tasmania and the NT. Follow live

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Coca-Cola Amatil jumps 15% at open, ASX mildly higher – The Sydney Morning Herald

ASX is up slightly, but materials and financial sector stocks are dragging on gains in consumer staples.

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The outcome of next weeks US election will have profound effects on markets, economies and the world order. Its improbable that the voters choices, and their impact, could produce more divergent outcomes.
If the polls are correct and the election produces a Blue Wave that gives the Democrats control of both the House and the Senate, it will be in some respects a return to a more normal presidency and United States, albeit with perhaps the most progressive agenda of any US presidency since Franklin…

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Blog with Hoops: Thanks for the 2am texts — this is one trophy you’ll be able to keep – Fox Sports

Dear Melbourne Storm, congratulations on your fourth legitimate

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You won this one fair and square, so by all means display this years Provan Summons trophy in the foyer at AAMI Park.
While youre at it, can we remove the two that were stripped from the cabinet now please?
Some journalists might like waving the purple pompoms and not asking the hard questions but were not paid to be fans with typewriters.
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Our column last week about the 25 reasons why Sydneysiders cant cop the Storm certainly stirred a couple of hornets nests.
Get all the latest NRL…

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‘I was absolutely terrified’: Australian witness recounts Qatar strip-search ordeal – The Guardian

Kim Mills was one of nine women taken off a Qatar Airways flight in Doha, and the only one not to be strip-searched as authorities hunted the mother of an abandoned…

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An Australian woman has described the terrifying experience of being taken off a Qatar Airways flight by authorities who strip-searched passengers as they tried to identify the mother of an infant found in the Doha airport toilets.
Kim Mills was one of nine women taken off a Qatar Airways flight bound for Sydney on 2 October and led through the bowels of the Hamad International airport to what appeared to be a dark carpark or turning circle, where three ambulances were waiting to perform medical…

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