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‘Concern is there’: Sydney’s mask mandate ‘likely’ to be extended as NSW records two new Covid cases

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Gladys Berejiklian has said Sydney’s mask mandate will likely be extended beyond Wednesday, as New South Wales recorded two new local cases of Covid-19. The two new cases were recorded after 8pm on Sunday, meaning the...

Scientists call for Kathleen Folbigg’s release, saying children likely died of natural causes

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Prominent scientists are calling for the release of convicted New South Wales child killer Kathleen Folbigg, saying there’s strong evidence she is innocent. Folbigg was jailed in 2003 for murdering her children Patric...

Climate funding target for poorer countries ‘likely to be met’ by 2022

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Developing countries could receive long-promised funds to help them tackle the climate crisis as soon as next year, in a major boost for the prospects of success at the Cop26 climate summit, the climate economist Nich...

Morning mail: more NSW Covid cases likely, vaccine success, Trump ban upheld

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Good morning. Contact tracers in NSW are scrambling to contain the spread of Covid-19 in the community, Queensland police face scrutiny over domestic violence inaction, and the Guardian marks its 200th birthday. That,...

Angela Merkel to bring likely successor Olaf Scholz to G20 meetings

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Angela Merkel will bring her likely successor as German chancellor, Olaf Scholz, along to bilateral meetings on the fringe of this weekend’s G20 summit, in a “historic” gesture to emphasise continuity between the outg...

Australian politics live: NSW health minister self-isolating and state parliament delayed after ‘likely positive’ Covid case – live

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NSW Health told Brad Hazzard he was a ‘possible close contact’ of a potential case who works for state parliament. Follow latest updates

No one is likely to be satisfied once Gordon Elliott gets his punishment

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Three members of the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board’s referrals committee will convene via Zoom at 9.30am on Friday to attempt what is, almost certainly, an impossible task. Since Saturday morning untold millions ...

Smokers much more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid-19, study suggests

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Smokers are 60%-80% more likely to be admitted to hospital with Covid-19 and also more likely to die from the disease, data suggests. A study, which pooled observational and genetic data on smoking and Covid-19 to str...

IPL likely to be without England players if it restarts, says Ashley Giles

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England players are likely to be ruled out of the Indian Premier League’s mooted resumption later this year following an insistence from Ashley Giles, their team director, that international cricket now takes priority...

MPs in safe seats are most likely to have second jobs

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MPs in safe seats are far more likely to have taken up second jobs than their colleagues in marginal constituencies, according to new analysis that has led to renewed calls for reforms to Britain’s voting system. In f...

Michael Murray: from club promoter to Mike Ashley’s likely successor

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Michael Murray, Frasers Group’s “head of elevation”, looks set to take the lift to the top of the company run by his future father-in-law, after leading an improvement in the look of its once proudly shabby Sports Dir...

Melissa Caddick is most likely dead, NSW police commissioner says

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The case of the mysterious disappearance of alleged fraudster Melissa Caddick remains open but the New South Wales police commissioner believes the Sydney woman is dead. Commissioner Mick Fuller acknowledges there are...

Air pollution likely cause of up to 6m premature births, study finds

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Air pollution is likely to have been responsible for up to 6 million premature births and 3 million underweight babies worldwide every year, research shows. The analysis, which combines the results of multiple scient...

Campus free speech law in England ‘likely to have opposite effect’

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A controversial bill forcing universities in England to promote free speech has been attacked by freedom of expression campaigners, who say the legislation is more likely to have the opposite effect. A letter to the e...

Another U-turn likely from UK government on care costs bill

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The government is preparing to drop controversial plans that would force poorer pensioners to pay more for their social care, in order to avert a possible Commons defeat that would further damage Boris Johnson’s autho...

John Howard likely to give evidence at Bernard Collaery trial, Rex Patrick tells parliament

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Australia’s 2004 spy mission targeting Timor-Leste during oil and gas negotiations was “neither legal nor initiated properly” and former prime minister John Howard is likely to be called to give evidence at the trial ...

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