James McManus’ concussion compensation lawsuit against NRL club Newcastle settles in favor of the Knights

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James McManus’ $1 million concussion claim against Newcastle was settled without any compensation after the case was settled in favor of the NRL club. Key points: Former NRL winger James McManus’ legal case against Newcastle is settled before a hearing in favor of the club. McManus retired in 2016

Where to find the cheapest fuel in Central Sydney – Daily Telegraph

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Where can I find the cheapest fuel in Central Sydney?  Daily Telegram

Lotto: Powerball jackpots for $14 million without winner, quartered First Division

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Lotto Powerball took over again, climbing $14 million for Wednesday night’s draw after tonight’s jackpot was not won. Tonight’s biggest winners were the four tickets that shared the $250,000 worth of First Division each. Three were purchased from MyLotto, two from Auckland and one from Canterbury. The fourth was

Why are you talking to the sky and the earth? – Australian Jewish News

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Moses has been talking to the Jews for 40 years. He said many things. But now, on the last day of his life, he opens his last song with these strange words: “Listen, heavens, I will speak! And let the world hear my words!” Suddenly, Moses is not speaking

America’s legacy of treachery and ego

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By Xinhua author Guo Yage BEIJING, September 18 (Xinhua) — America’s oldest ally, France, has decided to recall its ambassadors in the United States and Australia after Canberra canceled its deal to purchase French-designed submarines and instead turned to US nuclear-powered submarines. The decision, a first between these two

Capitol insurgency protest – live: Washington prepares for the arrival of the crowd that supports the riots on January 6

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Nancy Pelosi condemns the upcoming ‘Justice for J6’ rally Washington, DC has a cold before a protest on behalf of people arrested for their alleged part in US Capitol uprising at the beginning of this year. The “Justice for J6” rally, organized by an early Trump campaign staff, is

U.S. lawmakers push Biden to lift Canadian travel restrictions

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WASHINGTON – Four U.S. senators on Friday called on U.S. President Joe Biden to lift restrictions that have hampered Canadians’ travel across the North American border since March 2020. Democratic Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Jon Tester of Montana and independent Angus King of Maine

Despite censorship and poor internet, Cuban podcasts are flourishing

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No subject is off limits. El Enjambre provided detailed coverage of the remarkable July 11 protests against the government in Cuba and scathing criticism of ruthless onslaught that followed. The hosts also dissected the gloomy state of health care As Covid-19 cases increased on the island, the government mocked

French ambassador drove away from the embassy after sub snub – Herald Sun.

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French ambassador drove away from the embassy after sub snub  Herald Sun. “Betrayal”: France can strike hard at Aus  NEWS.com.au France withdraws ambassadors to Australia and the United States over submarine agreements  ABC News America’s loss is China’s gain when France ignores subs  Sydney Morning Herald French recall of ambassadors indicates the extent

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris will reopen in 2024, five years after a catastrophic fire

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Written by By Joseph AtamanJeevan Ravindran, CNN Notre Dame Cathedral is about to reopen to the public in 2024 as the cathedral is now fully protected, two years after catastrophic fire which destroyed large parts of the 850-year-old building. In a statement on Saturday, the public body responsible for