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Inside Cleary’s epic rise — and Penrith’s trump card that was seven years in the making – Fox Sports

Nathan Cleary’s NRL debut didn’t come with much fanfare.

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Japan’s new PM Yoshihide Suga announces climate change policy of carbon neutrality by 2050 – ABC News

New Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announces the world’s fifth-biggest emitter of carbon dioxide is aiming to cut greenhouse gases to zero by midway through this…

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Japan is aiming to cut greenhouse gases to zero by 2050 and become a carbon-neutral society, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said, in a major shift in position on climate change.

  • The country will intensify research and development into solar cells and carbon recycling
  • Japan is the world’s fifth-biggest emitter of carbon dioxide
  • The country also plans to roll out new coal-burning power stations

Japan had previously said it would be carbon neutral as soon as possible in the second half of the century,…

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Harry Potter star Harry Melling admits he doesn’t get recognised anymore after incredible weight loss – NEWS.com.au

Harry Potter star Harry Melling admits he doesn’t get recognised anymore after incredible weight loss

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Harry Potter star Harry Melling has admitted that he doesnt get recognised anymore thanks to his incredible weight loss.The 31-year-old actor shot to fame as a child playing bratty Dudley Dursley in the fantasy film franchise, but he is completely unrecognisable nowadays.
Melling made his debut in the first Harry Potter movie back in 2001 and appeared all the way through until 2010’s Deathly Hallows part one.
But he started shedding the pounds during filming and was even close to being recast for…

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‘One of the hardest exams I’ve come across’: New maths common content splits HSC students – Sydney Morning Herald

Monday’s maths exams have been criticised by some students who did not feel prepared for the level of difficulty in new common questions. Test them here yourself….

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“The common content was from a variety of different topics. It was definitely difficult for some of the students to answer those questions some were really thrown.”
The common elements included a two-part, 4-mark financial maths question that involved calculating interest, and a 4-mark question asking students to calculate the area of a decagon based on its perimeter. One of the more puzzling questions was a 5-mark statistics problem.
Can you do the common content?
Those questions will give the…

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