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The straw that broke Anthony Seibold’s back: Broncos coach steps down – Sydney Morning Herald

Anthony Seibold has announced his departure from the Brisbane Broncos, saying the decision would take effect “immediately”.

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That settlement has now been reached and Seibold shed a few tears on Wednesday while telling his players he would no longer be the man to lead the club.
“I thought it was best for the Broncos and myself that we separate and I stand down,” Seibold said.
Seibold was placed in isolation after staying in Sydney to be with his family following the club’s loss to the Rabbitohs a fortnight ago.
Broncos CEO Paul White and departing coach Anthony Seibold at the press conference Wednesday morning.Credi…

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New Zealand Greens accept Ardern’s offer of ‘cooperation agreement’ – The Guardian

Deal with Labour stops short of a coalition but will see Green’s co-leaders, James Shaw and Marama Davidson, hold ministries outside of cabinet

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New Zealands prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has agreed on a governing cooperation agreement with the Green party, offering two ministries and agreeing to a handful of shared policy priorities for her second term an offer they accepted late on Saturday.
Labour won the general election in October with an outright majority, meaning they could govern alone. But Ardern invited the Greens into a cooperation agreement, saying it would allow the government to benefit from the expertise of Green party members…

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Parents of murdered Queensland schoolboy Daniel Morcombe welcome grandchild on Day for Daniel – ABC News

The parents of Daniel Morcombe have welcomed a grandchild, who was born on the annual date which honours the murdered Queensland schoolboy’s memory — Day for Daniel….

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The parents of Daniel Morcombe have welcomed a grandchild who was born on the annual date which honours the murdered Queensland schoolboy’s memory known as Day for Daniel.

  • Day for Daniel is held annually on the last Friday of October
  • The baby girl was born to Daniel’s brother Dean and his wife Alice
  • Daniel was 13-years-old when he was abducted from a bus stop in 2003 on the Sunshine Coast

Bruce and Denise Morcombe celebrated the news of their grand-daughter Elise May Morcombe’s arrival on the Daniel…

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Queensland election 2020: polls close and counting begins as Annastacia Palaszczuk faces off against Deb Frecklington – The Guardian

Polls suggest narrow Labor win over Liberal National party but neither side willing to predict result. Follow live

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This is the biggest election being held this year, but its not the first since the pandemic started. Weve had local government elections and state byelections in Queensland, a federal byelection in Eden-Monaro and territory elections in the ACT and the Northern Territory.
The common thread in all these elections is that a lot of people have chosen to vote early, and this election has been no different.
A total of 1,288,696 pre-poll votes were cast before election day. This is 38.2% of all enrolled…

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