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Hong Kong man ‘first case’ documented of getting coronavirus twice, researchers say – 9News

A man has been found to be infected more than four months apart by different strains of coronavirus – the world's first cast of reinfection.

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Donald Trump brokers peace deal between Israel and Sudan – NEWS.com.au

Donald Trump brokers peace deal between Israel and Sudan

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US President Donald Trump has announced that Sudan will normalise relations with Israel the third such deal his administration has brokered in recent months.Mr Trump invited reporters inside the Oval Office today as he officially sealed the agreement on a phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.
“The state of Israel and the Republic of Sudan have agreed to make peace,” Mr Trump said.
Sudan’s commitment to normalise relations follows similar…

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A fireman, a brain researcher and a concreter: What happened to Penrith’s class of ‘03 – Fox Sports

The Panthers have not played in a grand final since the 2003 Penrith side upset the Roosters for the NRL title.

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But what did the stars of that famous team move onto in the 17 years since?
Read on to find out what the last Panthers premiership players are up to now.
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‘The big guys get whatever they want’: Western Sydney airport, wealthy landowners and the Coalition – The Guardian

Land deals near Sydney’s second airport have embroiled the NSW and federal governments in separate scandals, feeding perceptions of favouritism

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In October 2016, well before the Western Sydney airport land scandal exploded into public view, the conservationist Ross Coster was sitting in a committee room, tucked away in the halls of parliament house.
Coster, the head of the Blue Mountains Conservation Society, had travelled south with representatives of two local residents groups to share their concerns about the proposed airport development with Paul Fletcher, then responsible for urban infrastructure, and Josh Frydenberg, the then environment…

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