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Innocent-looking photo of men swimming with dolphin hides cruel act – Yahoo News Australia

The photo is heartwarming at first glance, but it was taken moments before the scene turned to ‘chaos’.

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Woolworths Balmain employee who returned from Melbourne tests positive for COVID-19 – Daily Mail

More than 50 workers at the Balmain supermarket have been ordered to quarantine after a man who worked on the self-serve checkouts tested positive to COVID-19 just days after flying home.

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A Woolworths supermarket in Sydney has been locked down after an employee who recently returned from Melbourne tested positive for COVID-19.
At least 50 workers at the supermarket in Balmain, in Syd…

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Kathmandu cautious despite sales recovery – Australian Associated Press

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Shares in Kathmandu have jumped after the outdoor wear retailer outlined a strong recovery in sales since reopening stores in May after coronavirus restrictions were eased in Australia and New Zealand.

It expects full-year earnings before interest tax depreciation and amortisations to drop but stay above $70 million, reflecting the impact of the COVID shutdowns.

The company had reported EBITDA of $99.6 million in FY19.

It also sounded a cautious note, warning…



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Australia’s trade surplus rose 2pct in May – Australian Associated Press

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Australia’s trade surplus rose 2.0 per cent to $8.03 billion in May, as imports fell faster than exports.

Exports dropped 4.0 per cent to $35.7 billion, while imports dropped 6.0 per cent to $27.7 billion, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed on Thursday.

“While disappointing expectations for a $9.0 billion surplus, the overall trade balance was largely unchanged from last month’s now downwardly revised $7.8 billion,” NAB economist…



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