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Fearless Forecast Week 6: 5 REC 77 YDS
Projected Points: 10.2
Fearless Forecast Week 6: 5 REC 77 YDS
Projected Points: 10.2
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has accused European Union institutions of infringing on the rights of member states as he prepared to present the country's position in a row over the rule of law next week before the European Parliament.Poland's nationalist government has been at odds with the European Commission in Brussels over judicial reforms, media freedoms and LGBT rights since taking power in 2015 but a recent court ruling that parts of EU law are incompatible with the Polish con
Health authorities in Hungary, Latvia and South Korea have registered an increase in coronavirus cases while the World Health Organisation says global infections overall have fallen in the past week.Hungary recorded its highest daily number of new COVID-19 cases in five months on Thursday amid a spike in coronavirus deaths and hospitalisations.
Investigations are underway into whether an altercation with three other cars contributed to a "catastrophic" crash that killed four teenagers less than 10 minutes later.Four teens, including the 16-year-old driver, and passengers aged 15, 16, and 17, died after their Ford sedan lost control and hit a small truck at Truganina about 7:30pm on September 30.
The small Pacific nation of Palau is leading the world in Covid vaccination rates. Read why.
A British MP was stabbed to death in a church by an assailant who lunged at him during a meeting with voters from his constituency, knifing him repeatedly in an attack which politicians described as an assault on democracy.David Amess, 69, from Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party, was attacked at about midday on Friday in the red-brick Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea, east of London.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed embattled Labor MP Anthony Byrne to remain in federal parliament in the wake of a branch stacking inquiry.Earlier this week, Mr Byrne admitted he paid for other people's party memberships during an Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission inquiry.
Asian foreign ministers have agreed to exclude the chief of Myanmar's ruling junta from a summit of regional leaders later this month, according to five sources with knowledge of the decision.The ministers held an online meeting on Friday to discuss a response to the failure of Myanmar's ruling military to follow a roadmap drafted by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) five months ago.
Britain's Brexit minister David Frost says the European Union needs to make significant change if there is to be a deal over the Northern Irish part of the Brexit divorce deal, Politico reports.The EU on Wednesday offered Britain a package of measures to ease the transit of goods to Northern Ireland.
Victoria's 2020/21 deficit has been revised downwards after the state's economy performed better than expected between lockdowns.The government 2020/21 financial report, tabled in parliament on Friday, shows the state recorded a $14.
Space exploration company Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc is delaying its commercial space travel service to the fourth quarter of 2022 and will not conduct another planned test flight this year.Virgin Galactic on Thursday said "commercial service is now expected to commence in Q4 2022.
Concerns have been raised about the Northern Territory's new law requiring tens of thousands of workers be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Christmas.The new health directive makes it mandatory for most workers who interact with the public to be fully vaccinated by December 24.
Mining magnate Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest is confident Australia can emerge from its trade and diplomatic deep freeze with China if the two countries "sort it out like adults".The chair of Fortescue Metals Group, who is one of Australia's richest people, believes the alternative is unthinkable.
The cost of combatting climate change is set to hit $94 billion if urgent action isn't taken.
A dangerous drug linked to "a substantial number of deaths worldwide" has been detected in MDMA being circulated around Melbourne, the health department says.Para-Methoxymethamphetamine, also known as PMMA or 'Dr Death', is a stimulant with mild hallucinogenic properties and has been found disguised in MDMA as crushed yellow crystals.
Customers at a major Sydney shopping centre have been evacuated after parts of the roof caved in under heavy rain. Read more.
The families of fly-in, fly-out workers are bracing to spend Christmas apart, as many notch up more than 100 days of separation with no end in sight amid border closures.
Imaginechina/APA well-known Chinese idiom asks, “Can the eggs remain unbroken if the nest is destroyed?” (覆巢之下安有完卵). This saying implies that in a great disaster, no one escapes unscathed. The question is quite pertinent for the ailing Evergrande Group – the second-largest property developer in China – and the ripple effects of its financial troubles for China’s grand ambitions in the sport of football. Evergrande is owner of the football (soccer) team Guangzhou Evergrande FC, by far the most su
Australia’s national carrier has brought forward its overseas flight schedule. Find out where and when you can fly with Qantas.
Britain's Prince William has taken a thinly veiled swipe at the billionaires embroiled in a space tourism race, saying the world's greatest brains should instead be focused on solving the environmental problems facing the Earth.During a BBC interview aired on Thursday, William appeared to criticise Jeff Bezos, the world's richest person, Elon Musk and Briton Richard Branson, whose rival ventures are all vying to usher in a new era of private commercial space travel.
Last Monday, Sydney emerged from a lockdown of more than 100 days after reaching the milestone of having 70% of the over-16 population fully vaccinated. Modelling predicted New South Wales would “open up” with around 1,900 daily cases when this target was reached. However, the state recorded just 496 new local cases on that day. And the current seven-day average for NSW is 488 cases, with numbers trending downwards. What’s more, other modelling suggested COVID-19 hospitalisations would peak betw