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NSW records 10 new coronavirus cases as Sydney CBD cluster grows – ABC News

NSW Health says it is reviewing CCTV footage and contacting passengers from a bus which has been linked to the growing Sydney CBD cluster.

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US election 2020 LIVE updates: Donald Trump speaks in Arizona, Joe Biden votes as poll shows Biden leads in Michigan, Wisconsin – The Sydney Morning Herald

The US Presidential Election is only days away with both candidates pushing to reach the few remaining undecided voters before next Wednesday’s election.

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Mr Taylor wrote today:
“More than two years ago, I published an anonymous opinion piece in The New York Times about Donald Trumps perilous presidency, while I was serving under him. He responded with a short but telling tweet: TREASON?
Trump sees personal criticism as subversive.
I take a different view. As Theodore Roosevelt wrote, To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally…

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Meghan Markle launches 11th-hour bid to delay High Court privacy battle to prevent giving evidence – NEWS.com.au

Meghan Markle launches 11th-hour bid to delay High Court privacy battle to prevent giving evidence

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Meghan Markle has launched an 11th-hour bid to delay her High Court privacy battle which could prevent her from having to give evidence.The Duchess of Sussex’s team submitted an application to adjourn the case – one element of which could result in the trial not going ahead.
It is understood the adjournment could include a Summary Judgment – which concludes a case without the need for a full trial.
This could mean that all or parts of her case against the Mail on Sunday could be deemed not necessary…

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How community leaders in Melbourne’s north helped drive down coronavirus outbreaks – ABC News

Faith leaders and community organisations in Melbourne’s north have been combating COVID-19 misinformation and encouraging testing within their communities. Experts…

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When imam Abu Hamzah saw a group of young men protesting against the lockdown near his Broadmeadows mosque, he called them in for pizza and a chat.
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  • Experts say community leaders are key in curbing the coronavirus pandemic in the next few months
  • Combatting misinformation online and helping get health messages across language and cultural barriers have been major challenges
  • Engaging more culturally diverse communities could be a lesson learnt to avoid future outbreaks

“We were trying to…

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