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Northern Territory police have found three people who escaped from the Howard Springs quarantine facility this morning.In a statement, police said they have "located and taken into custody three people who absconded from the Centre for National Resilience earlier this morning".The trio tested negative for COVID-19 yesterday.READ MORE: 9News Darwin senior reporter Tahlia Sarv said police set up checkpoints around Howard Springs. Officers checked vehicle registration numbers and inside the boots of cars, as they worked to track down the absconders.https://twitter.com/tahliasarv/status/1465814908935671808
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Two meetings to look at on Thursday, with Kilmore and Redcliffe getting my focus. Down below is best bets for the respective programs. Kilmore Best bet: Race 2, Number 4, Love You Girl Hasn’t set the world on fire in two career outings, but this is comfortably the easiest race she has contested. Debut was in a strong maiden during the Redwood Carnival at Maryborough. Raced there again in a Breeders Crown and was far from disgraced. Back to this kind of race, with Alford to steer, she’s clearly the one to beat. Next-best: Race 5, Number 1, Captain Wilson Three-year-old that seems to be getting better with racing. Looking to make it three on the bounce, leading throughout and running fast time two back before doing...
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After multiple reminders, Air India pilots issued a final warning to AI management on November 29th, threatening possible disruption of services from December 1st if their salary demands are not met. This comes at a time when the carrier is in the final stages of its transition to becoming a private entity. While the pilots appreciate the change of ownership, they are demanding the current management to pay them their long-standing dues. Air India pilots have warned of possible flight disruptions if their salary demands are not met. Photo: Getty ImagesFinal warning Air India’s two pilot...
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new coronavirus variant, Omicron, have been reported in the U.S. yet, it’s only a matter of time. In fact, Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor on COVID-19 to President Biden, says it’s likely the virus is already in the country, given how much travel is occurring between countries as pandemic restrictions have started to lift in recent months. Even if the variant were here, could existing tests tell if someone were infected by it? Testing experts say yes and no. The majority of tests used by commercial and public health labs can detect SARS-CoV-2, but they can’t confirm which version of the virus is present. That’s because the tests intentionally target parts of the virus that don’t change much. Variants are designated based on differences in mutations—in Omicron’s case, especially...
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Local governments in North Korea are scrambling to make candies in preparation for a nationwide celebration of leader Kim Jong Un’s birthday in January, but the government is forcing hungry citizens to pay for it, sources in the country told RFA. At a time when the country is struggling with food shortages said to be almost as bad as the 1990s famine, the nationwide baking project has made a huge dent in flour and sugar supplies, doubling prices, and funneling money away from the people who need it to buy food for themselves. “Since yesterday, the price of one kilogram of flour has jumped from 12,000 won (U.S. $2.40) to 30,000 won ($6). The price of sugar has also jumped from 13,000 won to 25,000 won,” a resident of Unsan, South Pyongan province, north of the capital Pyongyang,...
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Leeds United grabbed a crucial victory against Crystal Palace thanks to a stoppage-time penalty from Brazilian winger Raphinha. The 24-year-old’s spot-kick in the third minute of added time, after Palace defender Marc Guehi had handled, raised the roof at Elland Road and secured the Whites just their third league win of the season. It was a dramatic finale to what appeared to be another frustrating night for Marcelo Bielsa’s side, who could have been on the end of a defeat had Palace substitute Christian Benteke not headed a golden second-half chance wide. Leeds’ victory lifted them five points clear of the relegation zone and sent Palace spinning to back-to-back league defeats for the first time under boss Patrick Vieira. The first half fizzled...
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The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition hosted by the Natural History Museum has shortlisted 25 photos that are now up for the People’s Choice Award. Wildlife Photographer of the Year positions itself as a global platform for amateur and professional photographers and the photos featured in its competition are seen by millions of people worldwide. The 2021 competition saw over 50,000 photos entered from 95 different countries. The 25 images below are currently on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London, until the voting ends on February 2, 2022. The winner will then be showcased until the exhibition closes on June 5, 2022. The top five People’s Choice Award images will also be displayed online, joining...
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There are two meetings to look at on Friday night, with my attention being at Newcastle and Melton. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Newcastle Best bet: Race 2, Number 8, Drum Withers The gate looks tricky, potentially nasty, but with a class edge on his side, he’ll be too good. This horse was massive in defeat at Penrith last time given he did all the work near the speed and just felt the pinch late. If he can get across and find the front, then it’s race over. Next best: Race 4, Number 6, Stick Man This horse is a bit like Drum Withers. It could be a sticky gate, but if he gets normal luck, he should be winning. He did plenty of work last start at Penrith and battled on pretty well....
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A build-to-rent development is trying to sell its properties on the back of research about renting in the traditional PRS causing poor mental health. A press release from The Keel in Liverpool cites recent research by housing charity Shelter that revealed how one in five people in privately-rented properties suffer from poor mental and physical health. It claims the build-up of damp and mould are cited as the most common problem, with many landlords ignoring the plights of their tenants. “Whilst living in poor conditions can affect our physical health, the toll and stress this causes can also cause severe mental health issues,” the promotional material explains helpfully. Stress toll “[The Keel] is helping...