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LIVE: Green earns $3 million after MEGA bidding war;  Australian trio dropped as IPL record tumbles

LIVE: Green earns $3 million after MEGA bidding war; Australian trio dropped as IPL record tumbles

Cameron Green is officially the IPL’s multi-millionaire after what was expected to be a frenzied bidding war for his services at the Indian Premier League auction on Friday night. Green surpassed Pat Cummins’ record of 15.5 million as the most expensive IPL Australian of all time after the battle between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. …

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Poorly ventilated buildings are allowed under Australian rules - time to fix that

Poorly ventilated buildings are allowed under Australian rules – time to fix that

If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it must have been that poorly ventilated buildings can be a health hazard. Yet they continue to be built due to a weakness in the current rules. Under Australia’s National Building Code, it is possible to build a nightclub for 1000 people without ventilation. And it is possible to …

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Australian legend Jimmy Barnes mourns after being shaken by a triple tragedy

Australian legend Jimmy Barnes mourns after being shaken by a triple tragedy

Jimmy Barnes mourns the deaths of two other loved ones, just weeks after his sister died. The legendary Australian rocker revealed this week that his mother-in-law and “dear friend” recently died. Barnes paid tribute first Kusumphorn Visuthipol, the mother of his wife Jane, in a tweet on Friday. For more music-related news and videos, see …

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Can Australian gas help the world overcome the climate crisis? Or is it just more hot air? | Temperature control

Will the multi-billion dollar Australian gas industry help decarbonise the region and the world, as its proponents and industry claim? The neat sounds that gas is less dirty than coal, or facts suggesting that exports of liquefied natural gas are crowding out exports of more polluting coal, are plentiful and easy to get out of …

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An Australian mother claims that a prescribed painkiller is to blame for severe burns

The Australian mother, who survived severe burns in more than half of her body after the burn, claims that the pain medication prescribed for her is to blame. Vicky Edwards, 48, said Current affair she is now speaking to warn others against Lyrica 18 months after suffering terrible burns. “Lyrica got me well,” says Edwards. …

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Australian companies have benefited from rising prices. Workers? Not so much Greg Jericho

TGDP data for the March quarter look quite good, but hide a massive shift in the economy from employees to companies and profits. A few weeks ago, when I was writing about the latest wage figures, I noticed that while GDP data was useful, the problem was “GDP can’t be eaten.” It was never clearer …

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MS Office applications vulnerable to Follin vulnerabilities – Australian magazine on cyber security

From Staff Writer. Cyber-attackers exploit a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT) that potentially allows an attacker to install programs, view or change data, or create new accounts according to the victim’s user privileges. Microsoft unveiled a vulnerability called “Follina” earlier this week. No fix is ​​available at the …

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