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Gladys Berejiklian is accused of LYING after declaring NSW has the harshest Covid restrictions that ...

The Daily Mail 29 Jul 2021
Gladys Berejiklian has been accused of lying when she claimed that Sydney had the toughest Covid restrictions Australia has ever seen - given Melbourne's lockdown night ... MELBOURNE ... During last year's second wave, all Melbourne residents were required by law to wear masks outdoors.
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Meet Bitpanda’s new VP of Product, Michael Keskerides

bitpanda 26 Jul 2021
Read this article in German, French, Spanish, Italian or Polish ... the importance of great talent ... Before this, he spent the first three years of his career as an IP lawyer, having studied law and the arts at the University of Melbourne, Australia before transitioning into product management, in which he worked at several companies in Germany.
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Dual national in Syrian prison launches high court challenge of Australian citizenship loss laws

The Observer 26 Jul 2021
Laws allowing the home affairs minister to cancel the Australian citizenship of a dual ... Alexander’s case is the second major challenge against Australia’s citizenship stripping laws, after Melbourne woman Zehra Duman challenged the automatic cancellation of her citizenship.
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Scott Morrison defends George Christensen’s anti-lockdown activism but labels Sydney rally-goers ‘selfish’

The Observer 25 Jul 2021
In addition to attending a lawful rally in Mackay, Christensen has appeared to endorse the rally in locked-down Melbourne, arguing on social media that civil disobedience was “moral” and “the only response to laws that restrict freedom” ... “This is what we’ve seen in Melbourne today.”.
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Australia: Thousands march in Melbourne against new round of lockdowns

Ruptly 24 Jul 2021
... district (CBD) on Saturday, as Melbourne is still under stay at home laws under its fifth lockdown since the pandemic began.
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Anti-lockdown protesters using encrypted apps and buoyed by rising community anger are planning mass rallies ...

The Daily Mail 22 Jul 2021
Anti-lockdown protesters in every state are being organised from Melbourne, where residents have just ticked-over six months in hard lockdown since the Covid-19 pandemic struck Australia ... Anti-lockdown protesters marched through Melbourne;s CBD after its fifth lockdown was announced ... Police detain a protester at Flagstaff Gardens in Melbourne in May.
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How a promising law student developed a cannabis addiction which led to a life of ...

The Daily Mail 22 Jul 2021
A promising Melbourne law student who bashed a police officer, a woman and then tried to steal two cars while in a drug-induced psychosis has been jailed. Wiaa Puot, 25, was studying law at Victoria University, interning at the National Australia Bank and contributing to community music groups when his life fell apart in late 2019.
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Melbourne Police Department Now Accepting Letters of Intent for Law Enforcement Trust Fund

Space Coast Daily 20 Jul 2021
The Melbourne Police Department will be accepting letters of intent for Law Enforcement Trust Fund funding donations to not-for-profit organizations for a two-week period, Monday, July 19, through Friday, July 30 ... The Melbourne Police Department’s Law Enforcement Trust Fund ...
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Canavan: ‘We’re going to have to learn to live with a certain level of risk’

The Daily Telegraph Australia 20 Jul 2021
“I don’t think we should be locking down like we are in Sydney and Melbourne,” he said. “Lockdowns cause deaths too and those type of incredibly restrictive laws really do put mental health, financial stress, marriage stress on ...
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Rumours swirl Chris Judd is eyeing off a political career - one year after his ...

The Daily Mail 19 Jul 2021
According to the Herald Sun, the 37-year-old former Carlton captain was spotted at Parliament House in Melbourne earlier this week ... Career change? Former AFL star Chris Judd is eyeing off a political career, one year after his wife Rebecca criticised Victorian Premier Dan Andrews during Melbourne's Covid lockdown.
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June WAMBACK

The Buffalo News 18 Jul 2021
June is survived by her brother Bud Bowyer and his wife Joan of Vancouver, BC, Canada; a son, Steven of Angola, NY, and his wife Patty; a stepson, Wayne Wamback of Melbourne, FL, and his wife Denise; a daughter-in-law, Anne Wamback of St.
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Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen slams Katie Hopkins over her plans to deliberately break hotel ...

The Daily Mail 18 Jul 2021
Hopkins, 46 - who is rumoured to have flown to Australia as a 'VIP' for a celebrity appearance on Big Brother - infamously 'called out' lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne on Sunday during an Instagram live video ... Hopkins (pictured) 'called out' lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne during an Instagram live video on Saturday.
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Coming out about illicit drug use: ‘The hush-hush attitude has to end’

The Observer 18 Jul 2021
Those most affected by punitive drug laws are disadvantaged people” she says ... how Melbourne’s drug-injecting room has changed – and saved – lives ... One of the major tactics Unharm is employing to achieve their “legal and safe” drug use goal is mimicking the strategy of gay equality law reform movements.
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"Thriving state capital" Brisbane prepares for awarding of 2032 Olympics

Inside The Games 18 Jul 2021
The party may stretch the length and breadth of Queensland with live sites at Brisbane’s Riverside Park, the Gold Coast and Cairns ... "The lifestyle is casual and carefree ... The bid team had addressed the sensitive issue of equine quarantine laws which had prevented the equestrian competition taking place at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics ... .
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Sydney removalists who broke Covid rules and took Delta strain to Victoria could be in ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jul 2021
The Sydney removalists who broke restrictions and took the Delta strain to Melbourne will face the full brunt of the law, with officials promising 'books will be thrown' ... They then travelled to Maribyrnong in Melbourne's west to the third floor of the Ariele Apartments and picked up a set of furniture bound for Adelaide.

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