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NSW Health says Sydney hotel quarantine worker’s coronavirus infection may be of US origin – SBS News

NSW Health says the genome sequence from a Sydney COVID-19 case who works at a Sydney quarantine hotel complex does not match the virus strains seen in recent clusters...

‘Leo has been cheated’ – Messi wants more than money, says Laporta – The World Game

Lionel Messi wants more than money at Barcelona, with presidential candidate Joan Laporta insisting the disgruntled superstar craves a competitive team for success....

Calls for a royal commission after report reveals backpackers paid $3 an hour on NSW blueberry farms – SBS News

Australian Workers' Union secretary Daniel Walton says "outrageous exploitation" is occurring on farms all over Australia.

Swapping Korea for Thailand no step down for O’Neill – The World Game

It would be easy for Brandon O’Neill to make a swift return to Australia and pick up where he left off in the A-League but his new challenge is an exciting one.

Facebook says it will remove false claims about coronavirus vaccines – SBS News

The move expands Facebook’s current rules against falsehoods and conspiracy theories about the pandemic.

PM ‘assessing’ Indigenous Australians’ priority for COVID-19 vaccine – SBS

The Prime Minister is considering whether Indigenous Australians should be given priority for COVID-19 vaccinations due to higher risks of health complications,...

Lederer opens up on saving struggling clubs, Jets and Brisbane takeovers and Fox Sports talks – The World Game

Financially-stricken A-League teams are to be future-proofed by their peers, with Australian Professional Football Clubs Association (APFCA) chairman Paul Lederer...

Wisconsin Supreme Court declines to hear Donald Trump’s challenge to election results – SBS News

The president filed a petition to challenge Wisconsin's election results on Tuesday after the state certified Joe Biden the winner on Monday.

Global coronavirus deaths pass 1.5 million with 10,000 people dying each day – SBS

One death is reported every nine seconds on a weekly average, as vaccinations are set to begin in December in a handful of developed nations.

Rogic scores at the San Siro but Milan beat Celtic to seal progression – The World Game

Milan sealed their place in the Europa League last 32 after coming from behind to beat Celtic 4-2 in an entertaining Group H game at San Siro on Friday (AEDT).
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