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Australian homes spend 1.1% of household income on NBN services

Telecom Paper 22 Sep 2021
Of customers surveyed, more than 85 percent reported no concerns with the affordability of their ...
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Victoria announces 'Australian first' $190million package for air purifiers to be rolled out in ALL ...

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2021
Victoria has announced an 'Australian first' $190million package to roll out air purifiers in public schools as children finally return to the classroom in Term 4 ... Mr Merlino also said at home antigen testing would be carried out in a trial for school children and their families once approved by the TGA.
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Melbourne Home Rocked by 5.8 Magnitude Earthquake

The Daily Telegraph Australia 22 Sep 2021
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there were no reports of serious injuries as of Wednesday morning.
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Financial insecurity and immigration limbo among biggest issues for emigrants

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
“I know so many people in the same boat as myself who moved out of the city into cheaper areas or moved home or to Canada or somewhere where they had family,” says Aiden ... Being undocumented, returning home to Ireland before Covid was difficult if not impossible ... She would have loved to have gone home,” he said.
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Australian regulators closely watching home loan boom-RBA

Metro USA 22 Sep 2021
“The strength in the housing market is positive for the economy, and indeed an important channel for monetary policy to support the economy through housing construction, home improvements and purchases of household items,” said Bullock ... ($1 = 1.3839 Australian dollars).
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Australian Open plans may force tennis stars to spend Christmas away from home

The Times/The Sunday Times 22 Sep 2021
A large number of players are likely to have to sacrifice Christmas Day at home if they wish to play in the Australian Open, under plans being formed for ...
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International border reopened by Christmas 'at the latest', Tourism Minister hopes

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 22 Sep 2021
Dan Tehan flags the international border will "hopefully" reopen by Christmas, saying by then states should have home quarantine arrangements set up for returning Australians ... .
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39 Australian shark species facing extinction: landmark report

China.dot.org 21 Sep 2021
It found that Australia is home to more than a quarter of the world's cartilaginous fish species, with 182 sharks, 132 rays and 14 chimaeras calling Australian waterways home and that 12 percent, or 39 species, are facing extinction ... The landmark report found that Australian ...
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First complete national assessment of Australia's sharks and rays

Phys Dot Org 21 Sep 2021
The first complete assessment of extinction risk for all Australian sharks, rays and ghost sharks reveals Australia is home to more than a quarter of shark species on the planet, but 12 percent of those are at risk of extinction ... "These species remain secure in Australian waters," Dr ... The Action Plan for Australian Sharks and Rays 2021.
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Christmas is CANCELLED for players trying to repeat Emma Raducanu's heroics with final round of ...

The Daily Mail 21 Sep 2021
It is also expected that any festivities will not be taking place at home for main draw players at the Australian Open, with charter flights to Melbourne leaving in the midst of the holiday period ... Festivities will not be taking place at home for main draw players at the ...
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Aukus: Australia's big gamble on the US over China

BBC News 21 Sep 2021
China has been suspected of interfering in Australian politics and of cyber attacks on key institutions ... A flurry of Chinese sanctions against Australian exports followed. That was Australia's "a-ha" moment, says John Blaxland, an international security professor at the Australian National University.
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Three-nation clique of aggressive troublemakers: China Daily editorial

China Daily 21 Sep 2021
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, on his part, is also facing a barrage of criticism at home with many Australians worrying their country could be dragged into a war with China in the future. As former Australian prime minister Paul Keating said in a scathing statement on ...
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‘Like being sent to a penal colony again.’ Irish abroad on life during Covid

The Irish Times 21 Sep 2021
“I know so many people in the same boat as myself who moved out of the city into cheaper areas or moved home or to Canada or somewhere where they had family,” says Aiden ... Being undocumented, returning home to Ireland before Covid was difficult if not impossible ... She would have loved to have gone home,” he said.
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Australian shares recoup losses, end higher on energy boost

The Times of India 21 Sep 2021
Australian shares closed higher on Tuesday, boosted by energy ... Back home, the Australian central bank is concerned that the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant could slow the economy's recovery once lockdowns ease, although it still expects strong growth to resume next year.
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Check your ticket NOW: One lucky Australian scoops $30MILLION on the Oz Lotto – so ...

The Daily Mail 21 Sep 2021
The Oz Lotto Jackpot has been won, with one lucky Australian going home with a whopping $30million in prize money. The big winner snatched up this week's humungous prize with the winning numbers 27, 42, 31, 38, 37, 3, 39 and the supplementaries 17 and 10 ... One lucky Australian has won a whopping $30million in the Oz Lotto's Jackpot ... 'That's awesome ... .
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