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Australia bans arrivals from Covid-hit India; offenders to face 5-year jail term, hefty fines up ...

One India 01 May 2021
Melbourne, May 01. Australian citizens could face five-year jail term or hefty fines up to 66,000 dollars if they try to return home from India after Canberra made the journey temporarily illegal in an effort to curb the spread of the ... .
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Australia bans arrivals from Covid-hit India; offenders to face 5-year jail term, hefty fines

Yahoo Daily News 01 May 2021
Melbourne, May 1 (PTI) Australian citizens could face five-year jail term or hefty fines up to 66,000 dollars if they try to return home from India after Canberra made the journey temporarily illegal in an effort to curb the spread of the deadly viral infection in this country.
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LEAD Brevard Honors Attorney Kimberly Rezanka, the Late Geo Ropert, With Distinguished Alumni Awards

Space Coast Daily 30 Apr 2021
Ropert also worked as an advocate for Smart Growth in the Viera West planning phase, developed the citizen’s academy in partnership with the United Way of Brevard for the City of Melbourne and other local municipalities, moderated the annual Government Summit, and helped to ...
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'Honda puts pressure on Japanese government for farewell party at Suzuka'

GP Blog 23 Apr 2021
Each country handles the corona pandemic differently. Australia for example is so strict that even some of its own citizens have been stuck abroad for months. Therefore the Grand Prix in Melbourne has been put at the end of the calendar just to be sure. Read more. After 30 years, Vertappen succeeds Ayrton Senna in Imola ... Read more ... ....
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Australia to cut flights from India to contain virus risk

Metro USA 22 Apr 2021
SYDNEY/MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Australia will reduce the number of its citizens able to return from India and other red-zone countries to contain the risk of more virulent strains of COVID-19 spreading, the government said on Thursday as it announced changes in its vaccination program.
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Australia to cut flights from India amid current Covid-19 situation

Live Mint 22 Apr 2021
SYDNEY/MELBOURNE. Australia will reduce the number of its citizens able to return from India and other red-zone countries to contain the risk of more virulent strains of COVID-19 spreading, the government said on Thursday as it announced changes in its vaccination program.
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Missing your loved ones this Ramazan? Shaniera Akram knows how you feel

Dawn 14 Apr 2021
Shaniera has been in Melbourne for the past 145 days, while Wasim — who only yesterday was revealed to ... Towards the end of the post she expressed her desire to help Pakistan as much as she can and said she will do her best to be a good mother and citizen all the way from Melbourne.
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This Week In Science!

IFL Science 26 Mar 2021
Astronomers Have Imaged The Magnetic Field At The Edge Of A Black Hole For The First Time ... Read the full story here ... The size of a grain of rice, Maratus nemo as it has been called, was spotted by citizen scientists in southern Australia and then identified by Melbourne's resident “spider man”, who knew it was new to science ... Read the full story here.
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Intelligence chief warns Australia is under ‘significant threat’ from terror attacks with radicals plotting to ...

The Daily Mail 18 Mar 2021
Australia faces a 'significant threat' from violent terror attacks on its citizens, the nation's top intelligence official has warned ... The nation's top intelligence chief said Australia faces a 'significant threat' from violent terror attacks on its citizens ... Melbourne Airport.
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Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Suspect Shown on ‘Wheel of Fugitive’ Episode

Space Coast Daily 16 Mar 2021
Following a tip from one of our citizens the Fugitive Unit located Munson in the West Melbourne area near U.S ... Munson’s arrest and the seizure of a trafficking amount of narcotics is yet another perfect example of what happens when citizens and law enforcement partner together to keep their community safe!.
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Kylie Moore-Gilbert says Australian government should have gone public with her case earlier

The Observer 09 Mar 2021
“Had my ordeal been made public, there’s no way I would’ve got 10 years.” ... Read more ... The dual citizen, educated at Cambridge and a lecturer in Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne, was arrested in Tehran in September 2018 as she prepared to board a flight out of the country after attending an academic conference in Qom ... Read more ... .
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Look up! A powerful owl could be sleeping in your backyard

Phys Dot Org 01 Mar 2021
Powerful owls usually eat one possum per night, or 250-300 possums per year—mostly common ringtail and brushtail possums in Melbourne ... So, to help narrow down the general areas where powerful owls live in Melbourne, we used species distribution models and sought help from land management agencies and citizen scientists.
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Some Australian states ease curbs on dancing after weeks of no COVID cases

New York Post 24 Feb 2021
The state will also drop testing requirements for visitors from Melbourne, which had previously been a COVID-19 hotspot. Although there have been cases among returning citizens from abroad, Australia has largely contained community transmission of the virus with speedy contact tracing, mandatory mask-wearing on public transport and snap lockdowns ... .
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Week in Politics: Short lockdown but is enough being done at the border?

RNZ 19 Feb 2021
Reports from Turkey said a New Zealand citizen had been arrested at the Turkish-Syrian border ... She became a dual citizen, and left Melbourne some years ago to join ISIS in Syria ... But she is no longer an Australian citizen.
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Melbourne enters new lockdown as Covid cluster grows

Business Day 12 Feb 2021
A fresh Covid-19 cluster linked to a quarantine hotel in Melbourne, the capital of Victoria state, reached 13 cases at midnight on Thursday, as authorities rushed to quash the spread of the virus ... been a weak link in its defences, with the latest Melbourne cluster another example.
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