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A Caffeine Nap Might Be the Work Pick-Me-Up You Need – Lifehacker Australia

Working a full-time job can be exhausting but new research suggests the mythical caffeine nap might be enough to help you stay awake and concentrated.

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Kyle Flanagan submits papers to NRL to leave Roosters, signs three-year deal with Bulldogs, triggers ‘player frenzy’ – NEWS.com.au

Kyle Flanagan submits papers to NRL to leave Roosters, signs three-year deal with Bulldogs, triggers ‘player frenzy’

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Star playmaker Kyle Flanagan has reportedly completed his walkout from the Roosters.Following a fortnight week where the halfback was painted by some as the reason for the Roosters’ surprise straight-sets finals exit, Flanagan has reportedly signed a three-year deal with the Canterbury Bulldogs.
The 22-year-old has just completed his first full season of first grade — after playing nine games for Cronulla across 2018 and 2019 — but he found himself on the outer at the Roosters with the club reportedly…

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Fears of a second COVID wave and another lockdown on NSW voters’ minds – Sydney Morning Herald

An exclusive Ipsos poll for the Herald reveals 63 per cent of voters are concerned that NSW could follow Victoria and see the state hit with a high number of COVID-19…

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The poll shows more than 60 per cent of voters are worried about an ongoing recession over the next year, and almost half (49 per cent) are worried about not being able to travel interstate or overseas.
Mental health is also highlighted, with 45 per cent believing their mental health has been affected “a great deal” or “fair amount” by the pandemic and the lockdown.
The impact is significantly higher for those living in metro areas (48 per cent) and for younger people (65 per cent among those aged…

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Family of Indigenous man who died in custody fronts NSW inquiry into coroner’s court process – ABC News

The mother of David Dungay Jr, who died in a prison hospital after being restrained face down five years ago, says any changes to the coronial investigation process…

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Some of the country’s top Indigenous lawyers are calling for major reforms to state coronial investigation processes to help grieving families who are “losing faith” in the system.
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  • The inquiry heard that Indigenous imprisonment rates are higher than ever
  • The inquiry is one Australia’s first major examinations of Indigenous imprisonment rates after global Black Lives Matter rallies
  • Among the submissions was a call for a new First Nations investigative body

Lawyers, advocates and Aboriginal…

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