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‘No prospect’: Doubt cast on McGowan’s ‘vexatious litigant’ defence for Palmer lawsuit onslaught – Sydney Morning Herald

The barrage of cases in the past week prompted WA Premier Mark McGowan to instruct the state’s lawyers to have Clive Palmer declared a ‘vexatious litigant’.

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ASX trends 0.3 per cent lower as Trump and Biden go head-to-head – The Sydney Morning Herald

The ASX 200 quickly lost steam on Friday morning, down 0.3 per cent.

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“Any country, no matter what it is that interferes in the American election, will pay a price. They will pay a price,” Biden said.
“It has been overwhelmingly clear this election, I won’t even get the last election, I won’t even get the last election, this election, Russia has been involved, China has been involved toe to only degree and Iran is involved. They will pay a price if I’m elected.”
Trump responded with an attack on Biden.
“Joe got $3.5 million from Russia and it came through Putin because…

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Research findings could potentially help exploit the weaknesses of cancer cells – News-Medical.net

Every cell in our body constantly divides to form new cells. This happens without us even thinking about it. However, every single time a cell divides, a complicated…

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Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Oct 22 2020
Every cell in our body constantly divides to form new cells. This happens without us even thinking about it. However, every single time a cell divides, a complicated process has to unfold just the right way for our cells to avoid sickness and death.
The most essential step in this process is DNA replication, where the DNA in a mother cell is copied into its two daughter cells. Here, many molecules have to work together in order to assemble two new, identical…

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Ultimate absentee ballot: US astronaut votes from space station – Yahoo News Australia

At least she didn’t have to wait in line.

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At least she didn’t have to wait in line.
A US astronaut cast her ballot from the International Space Station on Thursday, making her voice heard in the presidential election despite being 253 miles (408 kilometers) above the Earth.
“From the International Space Station: I voted today,” crew member Kate Rubins, who began a six-month stint aboard the orbiting station last week, said on US space agency NASA’s Twitter account.
The post featured a photograph of Rubins, her blonde hair floating in the…

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