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Milk recalled from 7-Eleven after similar contamination fears for milk sold at Woolworths, Coles and IGA – 7NEWS.com.au

Brands of milk recalled now includes those sold at 7-Eleven, as well as Woolworths, Coles and IGA supermarkets.

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Another variety of milk has been recalled over fears there is an E. coli contamination.
Service station giant 7-Eleven issued a recall of its two-litre full cream milk bottles, with a use-by date of February 24, 2020, on Friday morning.
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Where is your spleen and how old is Uluru? Do you know the answers to Google’s most-asked questions? – ABC News

We’ve taken a look at the most popular Google searches. Take our quiz to see whether you know the answers to the most-asked questions this week.

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We rely on Google for almost everything for satisfying our curiosities about the world, finding the latest news, diagnosing an illness (not recommended) and settling a score in an argument.
But what is it we’re most curious about?
We’ve taken a look at the most popular Google searches and the most common questions people are looking for answers to.
Take our quiz to see whether you know the answers to Google’s top 10 most-asked questions this week….

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Sydney’s Star casino fined $90,000 after 12-year-old girl caught gambling – The Guardian

A 17-year-old boy was served alcohol and played 42 rounds of roulette and 22 hands of poker while a 16-year-old girl was served alcohol

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A 12-year-old girl is among three minors caught gambling or drinking at Sydneys Star casino, costing the venue $90,000 in fines.
The girls mother snuck her in through the exit doors, took her to the main gaming floor and watched as the child placed 21 bets on poker machines over 17 minutes.
The girl and her parents, visiting Australia from China on tourist visas, were only picked up by security when trying to leave the venue, in what the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority says was a s…

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Trump orders ByteDance to divest interest in US TikTok operations within 90 days – Sydney Morning Herald

The Chinese-owned social media app, popular with teens, has become a political issue in the US-China trade war.

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Trump has said he would support an effort by Microsoft Corp to buy TikTok’s American operations if the US government got a “substantial portion” of the proceeds, but has also said there are other interested potential buyers. Trump nevertheless said he will ban the popular app on September 15, though some Republicans have raised concerns about potential political fallout.
The Trump administration has stepped up its efforts to purge what it deems “untrusted” Chinese apps from US digital networks….

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