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STR: Preliminary March data for Sydney hotels

Reflecting the circumstances around the COVID-19 pandemic, STR's preliminary data for Sydney, Australia, shows significantly lower hotel performance across the three key performance metrics. Comparison with March 2019:
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Australian police seize black box from cruise ship linked to coronavirus outbreak

Australian police boarded the Ruby Princess cruise ship Wednesday night to gather evidence for an investigation into how thousands of passengers were allowed to disembark in Sydney last month resulting in a spike of coronavirus cases.
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NARS Paradise Found Powerchrome Eye Pigments Reviews & Swatches

Islamorada NARS Islamorada Powerchrome Loose Eye Pigment ($28.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a medium, bluish-aqua with subtle, cool undertones and a chunky, sparkling finish that had a bit of shine to it. It was more like a loosely-pressed (but mostly loose!) powder that was chunky and clumpy. Those are not words I want associated with my eyeshadow, and this was a mess to work with. There was a lot of fallout during application regardless ...
Tags: UK, John Lewis, Beauty, Sydney, Leo, Christine, NARS Cosmetics, Eye Products, Pigmentation, Eyeshadows, Temptalia, Sephora CA Sephora, BeautyFeelUniqueHarvey Nichols, Sephora PL Space NK UK, Summer 2020, Sephora Ulta Nordstrom Neiman Marcus


Australian police take 'black box' off cruise ship in coronavirus homicide probe

Australian police said on Thursday they have taken the "black box" of a cruise ship which disembarked hundreds of passengers infected with the coronavirus in Sydney, as part of a homicide investigation into the country's deadliest infection source. The investigation got underway as the Australian authorities said the rate of new coronavirus infections hit its lowest number in three weeks and began arranging more flights to bring home citizens stranded abroad. The Ruby Princess cruise ship, own...
Tags: News, Australia, Sydney, Carnival Corp


NSW police raid Ruby Princess to seize black box and question crew about coronavirus scandal

The vessel is expected to remain at Port Kembla for 10 days while 1,040 crew members undergo medical assessmentsDetectives have raided the Ruby Princess cruise ship to seize its black box and question crew members about the docking and disembarkation of passengers in Sydney three weeks ago.The vessel has been linked to hundreds of Covid-19 cases and more than a dozen deaths across Australia. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, New South Wales, Sydney, Carnival, Port Kembla, Coronavirus outbreak


Australian startup SafetyCulture nabs $800M valuation on $35.5M round

SafetyCulture, the Australian enterprise software company that manages security and compliance checks at companies around the world, has raised $35.5 million at an $800 million valuation in its latest round of funding. Nearly half of the new money was meant to provide liquidity to employee shareholders who had been with the company over three years, according to a person familiar with the transaction. The round was led by the Australian growth capital investor TDM Growth Partners, with participa...
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Brooke & Bruno’s Zero Waste But Maximum Romance Wedding in Byron Bay

Brooke & Bruno Brooke and Bruno originally met online, and after six weeks of talking finally met on a Monday night at Tokyo Bird in Sydney. They bonded over Sailor Jerry’s and fresh lime and were instantly in love. Funnily enough, Bruno is from Brazil and had been in Sydney for two years when the couple met, but Brooke had only been in Sydney for three months. Bruno became Brooke’s tour guide over the next few weeks and they moved in with one another after about six weeks. Continue reading Broo...
Tags: Wedding, Sydney, Brazil, Weddings, Jerry, Brooke, Byron Bay, Bruno, Inspired Weddings, Tokyo Bird, The Byron Bay Issue, Brooke Bruno Brooke, Brooke Bruno


Australia: Should we release non-violent inmates from gaol? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The global effort to tackle the spread of disease may fail without proper attention to infection control measures within prisons.
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Customer experience is more than f***ing metrics – Interview with Sydney Brouwer

Today’s interview is with Sydney Brouwer, a customer experience speaker, author and masterclass leader. However, this one is a little different as this time Sydney turns […]
Tags: Business, Leadership, Interviews, Business Growth, Customer Experience, Customer Service, Employee Engagement, Change, Culture, Sydney, Team, Customer Loyalty, Business Development, Customer Retention, Employee Experience, Customer Journey


Natasha Denona Retro Mini Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

Retro Natasha Denona Retro Mini Eyeshadow Palette ($25.00 for 0.14 oz.) is a new, seemingly-permanent mini five-pan that includes two intense shimmers, two mattes, and one softer shimmer. All five shades performed well with good pigmentation, blendability, and solid wear (eight to nine hours). I think that for some skin tones, this may not produce enough contrast and depth, so it may need to be paired with another palette to make ...
Tags: Beauty, Sydney, Tom Ford, Lune, Christine, Bobbi Brown, Natasha Denona, Makeup Palettes, LORAC, Eye Products, Eyeshadow Palette, Carmine CI, Pigmentation, Eyeshadows, Temptalia, Galaxia


Official Trailer for 'An Engineer Imagines' Doc Homage to Peter Rice

"I think Peter Rice was like a magician. He had tricks." Music Box Films has debuted an official US trailer for a documentary titled An Engineer Imagines, which originally opened in the UK + Ireland over a year ago. An Engineer Imagines is a cinematic homage to an individual named Peter Rice, the distinguished structural engineer behind some of the 20th century’s most iconic structures – such as the Sydney Opera House, The Pompidou Centre, La Defense, and the Lloyd's Building. Directed by fi...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Sydney, Documentaries, Lloyd, UK Ireland, Marcus Robinson, To Watch, Peter Rice, Engineer Imagines Doc Homage, Engineer Imagines, Pompidou Centre La Defense


Australian Man Armed With Whip Angrily Accuses Chinese of Coronavirus

An irate man from Sydney, Australia has gone on an anti-Chinese rant in front of the Chinese Consulate in Sydney while armed with a whip. The man had been patrolling the grounds in front of the Consulate shouting angrily while occasionally cracking his whip. An onlooker managed to capture the man on video as he […]
Tags: Politics, Australia, China, International, Bizarre, Sydney, Anime, Sydney Australia, Chinese Consulate, Coronavirus




MAC Tutu Good, Jingle Ball Bronze, Motif, If It Ain’t Baroque, Marsh Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches

Tutu Good MAC Tutu Good Eyeshadow ($17.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a light-medium, rosy copper base with flecks of pink and copper sparkle throughout. It had a more textured feel to it due to the amount (and size) of sparkle in the finish, and it seemed drier, too, so there was some fallout and difficulty in getting the product to lay smoothly on my lid. I’d recommend applying it with a fingertip or a dampened brush as both methods yielde...
Tags: UK, John Lewis, Mac, Beauty, Sydney, Dc, Frost, Marc Jacobs, Tutu, Christine, Orient, Pat McGrath, Laura Mercier, Mac Cosmetics, Eye Products, Pigmentation


Gary Jubelin: former detective found guilty of illegal recording in William Tyrrell case

Sydney court rules the former homicide investigator acted unlawfully in making recordings during search for missing toddlerA former New South Wales detective Gary Jubelin has been found guilty of unlawful conduct while he led the long-time investigation into William Tyrrell’s disappearance.The former detective chief inspector contested allegations he unlawfully recorded four conversations with the Tyrrell family’s elderly neighbour Paul Savage in 2017 and 2018. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, William Tyrrell, Paul Savage, Tyrrell, Gary Jubelin, Law (Australia


Covid 19 coronavirus: The Chinese companies stockpiling Sydney's medical supplies

SIGN UP TO OUR COVID-19 NEWSLETTER.SIGN IN OR REGISTER, THEN SELECT TOP NEWS STORIES A Chinese company in Sydney has sent an explosive email to staff telling them to stockpile medical supplies amid the coronavirus pandemic.Workers... [Author: [email protected]]
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Australia coronavirus live update: Ruby Princess set to dock in Port Kembla as Australian cases reach 5,687 – latest news

NSW ports have been directed to provide berth and port facilities for the coronavirus-stricken ship for a period of ten days. Follow all the latest news, liveFollow our global coronavirus live updatesSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailYour questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules explainedHave you encountered police enforcing social distancing laws?Coronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 11.12pm BST NSW Health executive director Dr...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, Tasmania, Canberra, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Port Kembla, Guardian Australia, Australian Capital Territory


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 5 April, 2020

A wild new Vyrus superbike from Italy, a Honda XR600 built for a Spanish Dakar racer, and a stylish collection of custom motorcycle coloring pages from the British artist Ian Galvin. Honda XR600 by Oscura Motorcycles Spanish off-road racer Joan Barreda Bort is a Dakar veteran who knows how to go quick off-piste: he races a state-of-the-art Honda CRF 450 Rally. But for his personal ride he’s picked something a little more stripped down. Joan approached Oscura Motorcycles with a few require...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, San Francisco, Motorcycles, Ducati, Italy, Sydney, Honda, Sam, Joan, Ton, Dakar, Alcantara, Adam, Joan Barreda Bort


Coronavirus: Non Stanford and Aaron Royle on life in Sydney hotel quarantine

Triathlete Non Stanford is finding novel ways to squeeze every inch out the room where she must spend 14 days in quarantine.
Tags: News, Stanford, Sydney, Triathlete Non Stanford, Aaron Royle


Coronavirus: Australia launches criminal investigation into Ruby Princess

Passengers from the Ruby Princess disembarked in Sydney with knowing the coronavirus was on board.
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Australia: Am I guilty of a crime if I attempted and failed? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

It can often be difficult for the prosecution to prove guilt for an offence, if the physical act was never carried out.
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'Stranger in a hazmat suit': families of Dorothy Henderson Lodge residents try to stay positive

As concern grows for people in aged care confined to their room due to coronavirus, some children report their parents are putting on a brave faceSign up for Coronavirus: Australia at a glance, our daily email newsletterCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsAfter one month of being confined to their rooms, some residents of a Sydney aged care home at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak have been allowed to take a short walk outside.They went one at a time, escorted by...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Sydney, Aged Care, Coronavirus outbreak, Dorothy Henderson Lodge, Christine Fennell


Coronavirus Australia live news: masks still not recommended for community in Australia as death toll rises to 30 – latest updates

Chief medical officer Paul Kelly says ‘using a mask incorrectly can actually make it more dangerous’. Follow all the latest news liveYour questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules answeredHave you encountered police enforcing social distancing laws?Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsSee all our coronavirus coverage 8.00am BST We’re going to wrap up the blog here for today. Here are the key mome...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Paul Kelly, NSW Police, Australian Capital Territory, Coronavirus outbreak


Australia: What is the common law defence of necessity? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The defence of necessity is when natural or human threats induce a person to break the law to avoid dire consequences.
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Brenda & Ethan’s Moody Sydney Engagement Photos

Brenda & Ethan I don’t know about you, but I need all the love stories I can get right now and today’s is a double whammy. A love story and a proposal both in one – it’s as utterly feel good as it sounds and we’re delighted to bring it to you thanks to Juwan and Sariah. Although these two are from Australia and New Zealand it wasn’t until they happened to be in the UK at the same time that their paths crossed. Continue reading Brenda & Ethan’s Moody Sydney Engagement Photos
Tags: UK, Australia, Wedding, Sydney, New Zealand, Engagements, Bride, Moody, Brenda, Ethan, Moody Sydney Engagement Photos, Brenda Ethan


Australia: Do I need to attend my local court case during the coronavirus pandemic? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Most of the new court processes involve contacting or making written submissions by email, to restrict physical contact.
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MAC Shady Santa, Haute Sauce, Rose Before Bros, Finjan, Royal Rendezvous Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches

Shady Santa MAC Shady Santa Eyeshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a deep burgundy with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. The texture was firmer, almost stiff, compared to most of the newer-formula matte shades. It was harder to diffuse and blend out along the edges, but it was workable with some extra effort. It had good pigmentation that built up to full coverage with a second layer and was best applied by pressing and p...
Tags: UK, John Lewis, Mac, Beauty, Sydney, Frost, Christine, Laura Mercier, Mac Cosmetics, LORAC, Eye Products, Pigmentation, Eyeshadows, MAC Eyeshadow, Temptalia, Veluxe Pearl


Coronavirus Australia live news: NSW health minister defends senior staff over Ruby Princess decision – latest update

Brad Hazzard hits back at criticism of disembarkation of passengers. Seven of the ship’s passengers have died and more than 600 are infected. Follow all the latest news liveYour questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules answeredHave you encountered police enforcing social distancing laws?Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.26am BST A reporter asks NSW chief hea...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, NSW, Australian Capital Territory, Hazzard, NSW Health


Coronavirus Australia live news: chief medical officer says global cases could be 5 to 10 million – latest update

Brendan Murphy says he is totally confident of infection rates in Australia because of our high rate of testing. Follow live updates• Free childcare: what do the Australian government’s coronavirus changes mean for my family?• Your questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules answered• Have you encountered police enforcing social distancing laws? • Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus email • Coronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics • See all our ...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Daniel Andrews, Western Australia, Northern Territory


Coronavirus live news Australia: Scott Morrison says lower trajectory of coronavirus infection rate is 'encouraging' – latest updates

Prime minister says had virus kept growing at the rate it was 12 days ago there would be an extra 5,000 cases in Australia. Follow live updates• Free childcare: what do the Australian government’s coronavirus changes mean for my family?• Your questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules answered• Have you encountered police enforcing social distancing laws? • Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus email • Coronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics • S...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, US, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Daniel Andrews