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Sydney and Melbourne to swelter through a steamy spring with more rain and higher temperatures ...

The Daily Mail 26 Aug 2021
Sydney and Melbourne will swelter through a steamy start to September - before heavy rainfall follows throughout their Covid lockdowns, forecasters predict ... The start of spring should bring steamy weather conditions in Sydney and Melbourne, according to the Bureau of Meterology (pictured, a woman roller skating in Bondi).
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Australian businesses were spending big before lockdowns bit

Metro USA 26 Aug 2021
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australian business investment jumped to two-year highs in the June quarter as firms ramped up spending plans for the year ahead, bullish plans that are now being threatened by coronavirus lockdowns across Sydney and Melbourne. Figures from the Australian Bureau ...
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The 25 best places to live on the East Coast in 2021-2022

Wtop 05 Aug 2021
New Haven receives its best score for its job market, with an average annual salary of $58,330 and a 2020 average monthly unemployment rate of 7.3% — below the national average of 8.1%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics ... Census Bureau ... Census Bureau ... Census Bureau ... Melbourne, Florida ... Census Bureau. Learn more about Melbourne.
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Revealed: The exact number of people leaving Sydney and Melbourne to escape lockdowns as capital ...

The Daily Mail 03 Aug 2021
During the first three months of 2021, 28,439 moved out of Sydney as 28,540 people left Melbourne for good, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed ... city's south-west on August 3) as 28,540 people left Melbourne for good, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed.
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Economic Watch: Lockdowns once again threaten to clip the wings of Australia's airline industry

Sina 25 Jul 2021
"The majority of revenues and profits have been generated on the golden triangle between Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. With both Sydney and Melbourne in lockdown, traffic on those routes has come to a near standstill.". According to the latest data from the Bureau of ...
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Why you should QUIT alcohol for a month: As Dry July kicks off - we ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jun 2021
Drinkers spent an average of $1,891 per household on alcohol in 2020 - an increase of $270 on the 2019 total, figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show ... Australia's first-ever non-alcoholic bar opened its doors in Melbourne on May 1, pouring a menu of more than 100 alcohol-free beers, wines and cocktails to teetotal punters.
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Intense Winds Uproot Tree in Melbourne Amid Severe Weather Warnings

The Daily Telegraph Australia 10 Jun 2021
Footage uploaded by Twitter user Rachel Maclean shows a large tree collapsed onto a road in the Melbourne suburb of Upwey. The Bureau of ...
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Extended Victorian Lockdown To Test Confidence In Australia

The Tennessee Tribune 07 Jun 2021
Melburnians take to the park for daily exercise in Moonee Ponds, Melbourne ... The monthly Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment survey is due on June 9. On the same day, the Australian Bureau of Statistics will release it’s weekly payroll jobs report, a prelude to the following week’s full labor force report for May.
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Bitter cold snap sees ski resorts open early ahead of a FREEZING weekend - and ...

The Daily Mail 01 Jun 2021
Temperatures in Melbourne fell to 1.7C on Sunday while Geelong, Avalon, Viewbank and Coldstream also shivered through record low temperatures on Monday ... Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Miriam Bradbury said the temperatures across Melbourne were well below average for this time of year.
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When COVID hit, China was ready to tell its version of the story

Indian Express 10 May 2021
The interviews “reveal an activation of the existing media infrastructure China has put in place globally,” Lim, a former NPR bureau chief in Beijing who is now a senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne, wrote in the report ... including most of the New York Times bureau.
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Arianne Cohen: Women’s negotiating style is not responsible for the gender pay gap

The Spokesman-Review 25 Apr 2021
Women negotiate just fine. Really ... “Our study says that women know when negotiations will benefit them, and seem to opt out of negotiations that are costly to them,” said Maria Recalde, an assistant professor of economics at the University of Melbourne and co-author of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) study ... The typical advice ... •Read.
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Polar outbreak set to plunge temperatures by 10C in just hours as heavy showers, hail ...

The Daily Mail 20 Apr 2021
The front moved in over Tasmania, Victoria and South Australia on Tuesday morning, with temperatures in Melbourne falling from a peak of 19C at 10.30am to 13C less than 90 minutes later ... The expected low of 9C in Melbourne will feel more like 4C thanks to the chilly winds, Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Jonathon How said.
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Women’s negotiating style is not responsible for the gender pay gap

Boston Herald 19 Apr 2021
Women negotiate just fine. Really ... “Our study says that women know when negotiations will benefit them, and seem to opt out of negotiations that are costly to them,” said Maria Recalde, an assistant professor of economics at the University of Melbourne and co-author of the National Bureau of Economic Research study ... The typical advice ... Her advice. ... ....
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Cyclone destroys homes, cuts power to 31,500 on Australia’s west coast

Metro USA 12 Apr 2021
No deaths or major injuries have been reported ... “This is a rare weather event for people in southern and eastern parts of WA,” the Bureau of Meteorology said. (Reporting by Paulina Duran in Sydney; Additional reporting by Sonali Paul in Melbourne; Editing by Jane Wardell and Raissa Kasolowsky) ... .
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Cyclone destroys homes, cuts power to 31,500 on Australia's west coast

Yahoo Daily News 12 Apr 2021
Read full article. 12 April 2021, 3.20 am·1-min read. 1 / 2 ... "This is a rare weather event for people in southern and eastern parts of WA," the Bureau of Meteorology said. (Reporting by Paulina Duran in Sydney; Additional reporting by Sonali Paul in Melbourne; Editing by Jane Wardell and Raissa Kasolowsky). TRENDING. News18 ... News18 ... News18 ... .

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