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The Australian women’s sevens team have capped off an undefeated Dubai Sevens tournament with a comprehensive 22-7 victory over Fiji in the final. It’s the team’s first Sevens title since 2017, and comes after scoring 163 points and conceding only 39 in an utterly dominant campaign. A double from Demi Hayes led the way in a final rout, the Aussies going 17-0 up at half time to put the match beyond doubt. Fiji’s sole try came from Alowesi Nakoci came too late to impact the result. Player of the final Charlotte Caslick, who scored the final try of the first half herself, said the win was redemption from a disappointing Tokyo Olympics tournament, where the team failed to make it to the knockout stage.
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Despite the Netherlands banning passengers arriving on flights from southern Africa, KLM has said it intends to keep flying from Amsterdam to South Africa. The Dutch government has banned the ban entry of people from South Africa, Lesotho, Eswatini, Botswana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe after a new variant of COVID-19 was discovered. KLM is continuing to fly to South Africa despite worries over COVID-19. Photo: Getty ImagesNamed “Omicron” by the World Health Organization, the fear is that it is more contagious than the current Delta variant and...
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In the video above, Mattias Desmet, professor of clinical psychology at Ghent University in Belgium, reviews the societal conditions under which a population ends up willingly sacrificing their freedom. Desmet, who also has a master’s degree in statistics, discovered peculiar anomalies in statistical analyses done during the COVID pandemic, which made him realize our global society is starting to enter a “mass formation” state, a type of “collective hypnosis” required for the rise of a totalitarian regime. In this Aubrey Marcus podcast interview, Desmet reviews the step-by-step formula that results in this collective hypnosis, and how this formula has been deployed on the global population over the past two years. Needless to say, he warns us about continuing down this...
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Top brand consultancies and naming agencies charge five- or even six-digit fees to develop company names. What’s behind those price tags, and what’s a less expensive approach to finding the perfect name for your company? The post What’s A Company Name Really Worth? appeared first on Young Upstarts.
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Remember those heady days of 2010? The release of the iPhone 4 and iPad, the New Orleans Saints won Superbowl XLIV, Iron Man 2 hit the cinemas, Eminem released Recovery, and Biden was Vice-President. It was also the year when camera shipments peaked at over 120 million units. How did the industry become the bit-part player it now is, shifting 9 million units just ten short years later? In terms of shipments and sales, 2020 really was a year to forget for the camera industry – annus horribilis – where it hit new depths that no one thought possible during those highs of 2010. Going from CIPA data of manufacturer shipments, we can see that 2010 just pushed out 2008 as the year to celebrate the fortunes of the camera with an inexorable rise from its base in 1999....
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It was back to winning ways last week and there are big plans to keep it going as the Peter V’landys millions heads down to Kembla Grange for the Gong meeting this Saturday. Some of these races are pretty deep so I have gone value hunting. A few shorties look rock solid as well. With wet weather maybe or maybe not coming, good luck! One thing to remember throughout the day – beware the sneaky placement of local trainers. It’s their grand final and runners will improve at home. Brock Ryan is also a big one. He does a lot of work here so should be in line to ride the best of them. The challenge – back to square by Christmas (best get a move on!). The tally (from August 1) Outlay: 195 units Return: 149.10 units...
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THIS WEEK IN LATIN AMERICA CELAC: The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) convened its VI Summit of Heads of State and Government in Mexico City on Saturday. of Mexico reiterated ambitions for CELAC to replace the Organization of American States (OAS) as the region’s primary forum of cooperation and advocated for greater economic integration in the vein of the European Union (EU). The creation of a fund for natural disaster response was also announced. The sparked tensions along ideological lines. Right-wing Presidents Abdo Benítez of Paraguay and Uruguay’s Lacalle Pou asserted that their participation in the Summit did not signify a recognition of Maduro’s government. In response, the Venezuelan...
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A 5-on-5 MMA bout at a The War event in Poland on Nov. 26, 2021 | @Sebinho93x, TwitterWelcome to the latest edition of Missed Fists where we shine a light on fights from across the globe that may have been overlooked in these hectic times where it seems like there’s an MMA show every other day. For ages, countries have battled for the right to proudly fly the tallest banner of MMA weirdness, an honor frequently held by Japan (when you see a strange combat sports clip floating around, there’s a better than 50 percent chance the explanation takes one word: “Japan”), occasionally held by Brazil (“is normal”) and the United States (“Just Bleed”), with the occasional nod to other countries doing their best to expand the borders of what...
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Two returned travellers have tested positive to the new Omicron variant os after arriving in Sydney overnight.NSW Health has confirmed two people who flew into Sydney about 7pm on Saturday from southern Africa had since tested positive to COVID-19, which was later found to be caused by the new variant.Both travellers are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are asymptomatic. They are in isolation in the special health accommodation.EXPLAINER:The travellers were among 14 people from southern Africa who arrived on Qatar Airways QR908, Doha to Sydney.The other 12 passengers are undertaking 14 days of hotel quarantine.About 260 passengers and air crew on the flight are considered close contacts and have been directed to isolate.The...