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QLD COVID clusters at Brisbane Youth Detention Centre and Melbourne trip believed to have missing link – 7NEWS.com.au

After weeks of no further community transmission, the period where there was a risk of an outbreak was declared over.

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Stargazers: How to get glimpse of a meteor shower overnight – News Mail

Everything you need to know about watching the meteor shower from Comet Halley in Bundaberg overnight

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IF YOU’RE looking for live entertainment on an astronomical level, now is the time to look up.
The Orionids, a meteor shower from Halley’s Comet, is set to peak on October 21 and it’s viewable in both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere.
According to NASA Science, it’s considered to be one of the “most beautiful showers of the year” with meteors travelling able 66km/s into Earth’s atmosphere.
The website suggests stargazers in the Southern Hemisphere lay flat on their back with their feet fa…

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ASX weighed down by banks, miners after no clear sign of Cup Day rate cut – NEWS.com.au

ASX weighed down by banks, miners after no clear sign of Cup Day rate cut

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The Australian sharemarket lost ground after the Reserve Bank of Australia gave no clear sign of a Melbourne Cup Day interest rate cut.The S&P/ASX200 was down 0.8 per cent at 6185 while the All Ordinaries Index fell 0.7 per cent to 6397.
ThinkMarkets Australia analyst Carl Capolingua said the market spiked into positive territory, despite a negative US lead, in the first hour of trade but fell after comments from Reserve Bank of Australia assistant governor Chris Kent that the board was con…

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Accused toolbox killers plead not guilty to double murder – ABC News

Four men accused of murdering two people, whose bodies were found locked in a toolbox and submerged in a dam south of Brisbane, plead not guilty in the Supreme …

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Four men accused of murdering two people, whose bodies were found locked in a toolbox and submerged in a dam south of Brisbane, have pleaded not guilty in the Supreme Court in Brisbane.

  • Iuliana Triscaru, 31, and Cory Breton, 28, were reported missing in late January 2016
  • Four men on are among several people charged in relation to Ms Triscaru and Mr Breton’s deaths
  • Their trial is expected to run for four weeks

The bodies of Iuliana Triscaru and Cory Breton were…

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