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why Australian cricket should be wary of private investment

[ad_1] This piece is written from the perspective of a lifelong cricket fan and participant who spent 15 years influencing Australian cricket strategy in a professional capacity, and remains involved in the game at grassroots level as a club volunteer, parent and junior coach. Private equiteers are typically portrayed as …

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Mostafa Baluch-linked trucking company Kit Bros raided by NSW Police

[ad_1] Mr Kitanovski, of Yowie Bay in southern Sydney, had been of interest to police for some time, Superintendent Critchlow said, amid scrutiny of logistics companies suspected of transporting illicit cargo for organised crime. He alleged Mr Kitanovski is “involved in transportation but also he transports other commodities from time …

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Project Veritas legal memos show strategy of avoiding federal law

Internal Project Veritas documents reveal the lengths the conservative outlet went to try to avoid breaking federal laws while workers launched sting operations that involved government workers, a report said. The organization was concerned it might break the federal Espionage Act in 2018 as workers launched an effort to expose …

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Biden and China’s Xi to Hold Virtual Summit on Monday

WASHINGTON—President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping plan to hold a virtual summit on Monday, people familiar with the matter said, as the two leading world economies pledge to work together on climate change but differences remain over Taiwan and other fronts. The leaders have spoken twice since Mr. Biden …

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China opens first clinic for transgender youths

[ad_1] Breaking with its usual practices on LGBTQ rights and issues, China launched its first medical clinic to treat transgender children and adolescents. The Chinese state-backed media outlet The Global Times recently reported that the clinic opened at the Children’s Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai, saying that it will …

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