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Seibold was doomed from the start as league great says old boys were ‘automatically on Wayne’s side’ – Fox Sports

League great Andrew Johns believes ex-Broncos coach Anthony Seibold was doomed from the start of his tenure at Red Hill.

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Coronavirus live updates: Australian states Victoria and NSW record zero new local cases as UK announces second lockdown – The Guardian

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a second month-long national lockdown for England, as counting resumes in Queensland after Saturday’s election. Follow…

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UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a second month-long national lockdown for England, as counting resumes in Queensland after Saturdays election. Follow latest news

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A Rare Hybrid of a Comet And an Asteroid Is Showing Off Its Cometary Traits – ScienceAlert

Centaurs are rare celestial objects that can combine some of the different features of asteroids and comets. They’re basically rocky in nature, like asteroids,…

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Centaurs are rare celestial objects that can combine some of the different features of asteroids and comets. They’re basically rocky in nature, like asteroids, but can also throw out clouds of dust and gas as their exteriors vaporize, like comets.
When centaurs emit these gases, they’re considered active. We’ve only ever found 18 chemically active centaurs in the last century or so, but now a new one has been added to the list and it might be able to tell us more about how these mysterious flying…

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AMA criticises hospitals for dragging their feet on anti-COVID measures – The New Daily

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says some Victorian hospitals have not met the state government’s deadline for a plan to deal with future coronavirus outbreaks…

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The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says some Victorian hospitals have not met the state government’s deadline for a plan to deal with future coronavirus outbreaks, despite the health minister’s assurances.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) said all healthcare settings were required to have a respiratory protection program in place by October 31, which includes fit-testing staff for N95 face masks, training and risk assessment.
Health Minister Martin Foley said on Saturday…

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