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Gladys Berejiklian ‘proves’ she does not have the ‘common touch’ to lead people of NSW

Sky News host Alan Jones says every day, Gladys Berejiklian “proves” that she does not have the “common touch” needed…

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European shares bounce back, as UK house price growth cools – business live

FTSE 100 back above 7,000, lifted by Barclays; pound rises against euro Asian shares fall for fourth day as markets…

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B.C. municipalities prepare for another week of high temperatures a month after deadly heat dome | CBC News

Some B.C. municipalities are changing their heat-wave management plans, including potentially keeping cooling centres open overnight, as unseasonably high temperatures…

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Scott Morrison in a bit of ‘strife’ with the polls

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says Scott Morrison is in a bit of “strife” with the polls as the…

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Italy: severe flooding in the Lake Como area

Torrential rain and hailstorm in Italy caused floods and mudslides in the north of the country on Tuesday. Towns around…

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Firms celebrate after seeing trade boosted as Covid rules relax in borough

BUSINESSES celebrated as customers flocked back to shops and venues after Covid rules were relaxed. Shops, restaurants and entertainment venues…

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France has a military generals problem: Why there’s a fray in civilian-military relations

The sensitive question of civilian control of the armed forces is one which Western democracies like the United States and…

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Dean & Scott combine for GB’s fifth gold

Great Britain also won the 4x200m freestyle relay on its Olympic debut in 1908 Dates: 23 July-8 August Time in…

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COVID-19: Coronavirus tests ‘won’t be mandatory’ for fully vaccinated people to avoid isolation if ‘pinged’ from 16 August

Fully vaccinated people will not be legally required to take a coronavirus test to avoid isolation if “pinged” from 16…

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Island wildlife spot was saved from fire after locals formed a ‘human chain’

An island wildlife spot was saved from potential destruction by a fire after brave locals formed a ‘human chain’ to…

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