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KFC Birthday Party Costs $18,000 in Covid-19 Fines in Australia

“That’s a heck of a birthday party to recall,” said Chief Commissioner Shane Patton of the Victoria police. Officers were led to a house where they found people hiding in the backyard, garage and under beds.
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Official: Ryder Cup rescheduled for 2021; Presidents Cup moves to 2022

Whistling Straits will now host the Ryder Cup in 2021 The PGA of America, Ryder Cup Europe and the PGA Tour jointly announced today that both The Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup have been rescheduled and will now be played one year later than originally planned.The 43rd Ryder Cup, scheduled for the week of September 22-27 at Whistling Straits in Kohl...
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Asia Today: Australian state's cases spike, borders to shut

MELBOURNE, Australia — The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria recorded a death and its highest-ever daily increase in coronavirus cases on Monday as authorities prepare to close its border with New South Wales.The death of a man in his 90s brings the national death toll from COVID-19 to 105.Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said of the 127 new cases, 53 were among 3,000 people who have been confined by police to their apartments in nine public housing blocks since Saturday.Australia’s Acting C...
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The Latest: Australian state records highest daily increase

MELBOURNE, Australia — The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria has recorded a death and its highest-ever daily increase in coronavirus cases as authorities prepare to close its border with New South Wales.The death of a man in his 90s brings the national death toll from COVID-19 to 105.Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said Monday that of the 127 new cases, 53 were among 3,000 people who have been confined by police to their apartments in nine public housing blocks since Saturday.Australia’s Ac...
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The Latest: Arkansas gov: Trump event goers must wear masks

WASHINGTON -- Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says if President Donald Trump were to hold a campaign rally in his Trump-friendly state, people will need to wear masks.Hutchinson says he would expect people to follow his state’s health guidelines by practicing social distancing or wearing masks if unable to do so.He says he understands the value of having national Fourth of July celebrations such as at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota and that there is some “virus fatigue,” but that people ...
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Global report: second local lockdown in Spain; second wave in Israel

Part of Galicia under strict orders until Friday; Philippines reports its most daily cases yetCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSpain has ringfenced more than 70,000 people in part of Galicia in the second local lockdown ordered in as many days, as one of Europe’s worst-affected countries in the pandemic scrambles to contain new flare-ups.Meanwhile, around 3,000 residents of public-housing tower blocks in Melbourne, Australia, have been confined to their apartments with...
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Assessing the Real Coronavirus Death Rate: Live Updates

A solid estimate could offer clues on what to expect as the pandemic spreads. And thousands of residents of public housing towers in Melbourne, Australia, are subjected to a five-day lockdown.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Latest News and Analysis

A solid estimate could offer clues on what to expect as the pandemic spreads. And thousands of residents of public housing towers in Melbourne, Australia, are subjected to a five-day lockdown.
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Coronavirus live news: Melbourne outbreak has 'explosive potential'; new US cases dip slightly to 45,300

Mexico deaths surpass France’s toll; global cases jump 200,000 in one day; England reopens pubsWHO reports record 200,000 cases in one day, amid surging outbreaksAustralia sends 500 police to contain virus in public housing high risesTrump claims 99% of US cases are ‘totally harmless’ as infections surgeRisks, R numbers and raw data: how to interpret statisticsUK coronavirus updates – live 11.06am BST The number of confirmed deaths from Covid-19 has risen by 38 to 864 in Afghanistan, while t...
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The Latest: After lockdown, cases up in Australian state

MELBOURNE, Australia — The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria has recorded 74 new coronavirus cases after announcing a record 108 new infections on Saturday.The Saturday increase resulted in state Premier Daniel Andrews announcing a lockdown of nine inner-city public housing blocks containing 3,000 people, where 27 cases have been detected.Police are guarding every entrance of the housing estates and residents are not allowed to leave their homes for any reason.Andrews said the residents will...
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Asia Today: Australia's Victoria state reports 74 new cases

MELBOURNE, Australia — The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria has recorded 74 new coronavirus cases after announcing a record 108 new infections on Saturday.The Saturday increase resulted in state Premier Daniel Andrews announcing a lockdown of nine inner-city public housing blocks containing 3,000 people, where 27 cases have been detected.Police are guarding every entrance of the housing estates and residents are not allowed to leave their homes for any reason.Andrews said the residents will...
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Weekend reading: Online financial planning software can shoot wide of an open goal

What caught my eye this week. W e’re often told these days that we must take more responsibility for our own financial futures. And we must! This site partly exists to help. Taking responsibility is pretty straightforward – simple, but not easy – if you’re spending more than you earn, or you haven’t saved a rainy day fund. Like a vasectomy, it’s a matter of cutting the outflow and redirecting internally. But once you’re free of debt and you’ve got 3-6 months in a cash emergency fund, the pictu...
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Australia Locks Down 300,000 in Melbourne Area After Coronavirus Surge

The authorities have locked down 300,000 people in areas around Melbourne heavily populated by immigrants, reinforcing the coronavirus’s outsized impact on disadvantaged communities.
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Neu auf Netflix: Auf diese Serien & Filme kannst du dich im Juli freuen

Sommer hin oder her: Es gibt Tage, an denen hast du einfach keine Lust, rauszugehen. Und das ist auch überhaupt nicht schlimm. Denn wenn du mal einen kompletten Samstag auf dem Sofa verbracht hast, schätzt du die frische Luft und ein bisschen Bewegung am Sonntag sicher umso mehr. Abgesehen davon ist die Wetterlage aktuell ja eh ziemlich wechselhaft und da ist es nie verkehrt, einen Plan B für die Freizeitplanung zu haben – nur für den Fall, dass der BBQ-Abend buchstäblich ins Wasser fällt. Und d...
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Quest Griffith and Quest Robina Adopt BeyondTV GuestCast™ to Provide Guests With Latest in Content Casting Functionality

MELBOURNE, Australia — June 30, 2020 — BeyondTV (BTV), a full-service provider of guestroom entertainment services and solutions for the hospitality industry, has announced the successful implementation of BeyondTV GuestCast™ at Quest Griffith and Quest Robina. Owned and operated under the Quest Apartment Hotels franchise, one of the largest and most successful apartment hotel brands within Australasia, Quest Griffith, located within the Riverina region, and Quest Robina, situated on Aust...
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U.S. virus cases continue to rise at near-record rate

By JENNIFER PELTZ and ELAINE KURTENBACH NEW YORK — The number of new coronavirus cases per day in the U.S. stood near an all-time high Thursday, hovering close to the peak reached in late April during some of the darkest and deadliest days of the crisis. While greatly expanded testing probably accounts for some of the increase, experts say other measures indicate the virus is making a comeback. Daily deaths, hospitalizations and the percentage of tests that are coming back positive for the virus...
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U.S. virus cases near an all-time high as governors backtrack

By JENNIFER PELTZ and ELAINE KURTENBACH NEW YORK — The number of new coronavirus cases per day in the U.S. stood near an all-time high Thursday at more than 34,000, hovering close to the peak reached in late April during some of the darkest and deadliest days of the crisis. While greatly expanded testing probably accounts for some of the increase, experts say other measures indicate the virus is making a comeback. Daily deaths, hospitalizations and the percentage of tests that are coming back po...
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Coronavirus live news: cases worldwide growing by 1m per week as Australian state deploys army

Texas hospitals near capacity; Dutch brothels to reopen; volunteers receive first doses of experimental vaccine. Follow the latest updatesWHO warns cases likely to reach 10m within daysGlobal report: WHO warns of global shortage of oxygen equipmentArmy to door-knock Melbourne, Australia hotspots to offer free testingEU border rules could bar US visitorsSee all our coronavirus coverage 7.32am BST Morning, I will be updating the Global liveblog. As ever, if you have any tips, stories or things...
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Coronavirus live news: 10m cases expected in days as Australian state deploys 1,000 defence personnel

Texas hospitals near capacity; Dutch brothels to reopen; volunteers receive first doses of experimental vaccine. Follow the latest updatesWHO warns cases likely to reach 10m within daysGlobal report: WHO warns of global shortage of oxygen equipmentArmy to door-knock Melbourne, Australia hotspots to offer free testingEU border rules could bar US visitorsSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.05am BST Hi, Helen Sullivan here. A reminder you can get in touch directly – tips, news, good tweets, comm...
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This electric bike was designed in Nepal using local bamboo to transport tourists and packages — here's how it works

An industrial design professor and local artisans developed an electric cargo bike in Nepal. The bike uses local bamboo materials to transport packages and passengers to tourist sites. It's designed to cut down on emissions in the city, especially around historical sites.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Designers around the world collaborated on an eco-friendly ebike to be used in Kathmandu, Nepal. Lance Rake, a professor at the University of Kansas and a professional ind...
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A potential new weapon in the war against superbugs

Researchers in Melbourne, Australia have shown that a newly discovered natural antibiotic, teixobactin, could be effective in treating bacterial lung conditions such as tuberculosis and those commonly associated with COVID-19.
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Steal This Look: Utilitarian Kitchen in Melbourne, Australia

A while back we featured a house on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne, Australia, from architects O’Connor and Houle. The house was designed for the architects themselves and revolves around a central kitchen-living area. The kitchen, custom built of local tallowwood, is a winning combination of Scandi design and Japanese utility. Here, we’ve re-created the look with some of the kitchen’s key elements and a list of quirky, colorful accessories. Above: Photograph of the kitchen via . Abo...
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Indirect Marketing: Learn What It Can Do for Your Business That Direct Marketing Can’t

By Kat Solukova Is there anything more annoying than in-your-face marketing? Pop-up ads, cold calls, and sales emails are all intended to get consumers to buy more from you. Unfortunately, this type of selling is more likely to irritate customers than impress them. In a world where customers have become , businesses can’t afford to be overly blunt with their promotional campaigns. After all, your customers are bombarded with sales materials every day. It’s no wonder they get sick of all the com...
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Podcast Exclusive: The Theatre Podcast With Alan Seales: Vidya Makan

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales presents Vidya Makan.Vidya Makan is a composer, singer, actor, and musician based in Melbourne, Australia, and most recently starred as DotMarie in Sunday in the Park with George. Vidya's other credits include Lady Capulet in Romeo And Juliet, Green Day's American Idiot, Merrily We Roll Along and more. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Indirect Marketing: Learn What It Can Do for Your Business That Direct Marketing Can’t

By Kat Solukova Is there anything more annoying than in-your-face marketing? Pop-up ads, cold calls, and sales emails are all intended to get consumers to buy more from you. Unfortunately, this type of selling is more likely to irritate customers than impress them. In a world where customers have become , businesses can’t afford to be overly blunt with their promotional campaigns. After all, your customers are bombarded with sales materials every day. It’s no wonder they get sick of all the com...
Tags: Google, Lyft, Instagram, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Seo, Content Marketing, Netflix, Marketing & PR, Digital Marketing, Melbourne Australia, Facebook Once, Key Lessons for Entrepreneurs Starting A Business, Indirect Marketing, Kat Solukova


Investors cozy up to LA-based Ettitude’s bamboo bedding and sleep wear with $1.6 million

Ettitude, the Los Angeles-based, direct-to-consumer startup making sustainable bedding and sleepwear from bamboo fibers, has raised a sustainably sized round that should keep the company going even in the face of an economic recession. Co-founded by the Melbourne, Australia native Phoebe Yu and serial entrepreneur Kat Dey, ettitude sells high-end bamboo bedding made using a process she first heard about in her old job working as an exporter helping chain stores source textiles in China. Sourc...
Tags: TC, Australia, La, China, Los Angeles, Tech, United States, Shanghai, Plants, Melbourne, Bamboo, Angellist, Yu, Melbourne Australia, Phoebe, Dey


Researchers assess potential impact of COVID-19 on people with psychosis

Researchers at Orygen and La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia have completed a rapid review of contemporary epidemic and pandemic research to assess the potential impact of COVID-19 on people with psychosis.
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Coronavirus Lockdowns Strike Australia Residents Hit by Brushfires

A double disaster unlike anything the country has seen before is raising concerns about victims’ mental health and safety.
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Killing 'sleeper cells' may enhance breast cancer therapy

The anti-cancer medicine venetoclax could improve the current therapy for estrogen receptor-positive (ER+) breast cancer - the most common form of breast cancer in Australia - according to preclinical studies led by Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researchers. The promising preclinical results for this 'triple therapy' have underpinned a phase 1 clinical trial in Melbourne, Australia, that is combining venetoclax with hormone therapy and CDK4/6 inhibitors in patients with ER+ breast cancer.
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Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Melbourne, Australia

Photo submitted by Dane Keevers, “I’m riding my 2016 Scott Scale hardtail in the Dandenong Ranges National Park. This picture is taken from Chandler track.” *Please note that many of the photos we post were taken before any restrictions due to COVID-19 were in place. Parks may be closed to the public, please check before […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Melbourne, Australia appeared first on Bikerumor.
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