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Ronaldo and Jesse Lingard goals saw Manchester United home in a dramatic game against West Ham United.
Sydneysiders will be aware that they will have nuclear-powered submarines in the harbour in the distant future.
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The NSW government has sought to increase the amount of water permitted to be extracted from the Murray-Darling Basin, emails reveal.
Mrs Barbara Mackay, wife of missing Griffith businessman Donald Mackay, was yesterday named Mother of the Year.
The work from home revolution has many benefits. But there are also some underappreciated economic consequences we need to consider.
The nation was stunned when Prime minister Bob Hawke wept at a press conference while discussing his daughter’s fight with drug addiction.
Amid the background of government inaction on emissions, climate litigation is on the rise.
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The government is putting another $150 million towards hydrogen industry hubs as it burnishes its environment credentials ahead of a UN conference.
Port Adelaide star Ollie Wines equalled the Brownlow Medal votes record as he charged home to secure the 2021 prize in the final round of the season after a thrilling count on Sunday night.
Scott Morrison says France should have known Australia may have ditched its $90 billion sub deal, while France has accused Australia of treachery.
AFL’s annual best and fairest awards benefited from a reboot with greater national input. Cue less same-same sexy, and more understated elegance.
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Both states are charting the path to COVID-normal, but each state has differed on what freedoms it would reward its fully vaccinated residents from that first milestone of 70 per cent second dose vaccine coverage.
Retailers want details of how the road map’s vaccine mandates can be enforced, while publicans are ‘gutted’ by how long it will take to reopen.
An Australian man and his Thai wife sentenced to death for trafficking half a tonne of crystal methylamphetamine for the Hells Angels have been acquitted after four years in a Bangkok jail.
Nathan Cleary and Ryan Papenhuyzen say players milk penalties for dangerous contact because it works after Blake Ferguson bluffed officials in the semi-final against the Panthers.
Foxtel will unveil its third streaming service, news-based Flash, ahead of its inaugural strategy day in October.
Clarko aside, Steven King and Adem Yze are both assistants at teams playing the AFL grand final and both have been largely overlooked so far in discussions of the Blues job.
As careful as the road map is, this level of reopening will allow the virus to spread, the modelling says, and the toll of new cases, hospitalisations and deaths comes with it.
The move marks a major step towards Australia’s quest to eliminate the virus, which can cause severe liver damage.
Strata communities cannot understand their risk profile unless the state government and NSW Health share more information about positive cases of COVID-19.
London-based designer Rui Ribeiro returns to his roots to create a pied-à-terre in the Portuguese capital
When the London-based interior designer Rui Ribeiro set about looking for a pied-à-terre in Lisbon, it took him five years to find the ideal place. “I wanted an apartment in an old building and it was imperative for me that it had a lift and a garage,” he says. He was also intent on buying in the historic Chiado district, where he had lived in his late-teens and early 20s. “It was so different back then,” he recalls, “there was a certain innocence about Lisbon 30 years ago that is not there any more. There were few foreigners and few restaurants. Design-wise, there was absolutely nothing.”
Things have changed significantly. Pre-Covid, Chiado had become a magnet for tourists, although a number of elderly inhabitants remain. “That helps to maintain some of its original character,” says Ribeiro, who was born in Angola, but brought up largely in Portugal. He moved to London in the early 90s and, since setting up his own practice in 2008, has become a regular fixture on House and Garden’s annual list of top 100 interior designers. His projects include an Arts and Crafts house in Chelsea, a 16th-century weekend retreat in West Sussex and residences in the Middle East.
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