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SHAK earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
If you’re a renter, pick up the phone and ask your real estate agent if they outsource rent collection to this platform, Scott Pape has urged.
Battered, broken and beaten for the first time, Paul Gallen admits he may have had his last professional fight after suffering a savage belting from budding heavyweight superstar Justis Huni.Boxing commentators are calling for Gallen to put away the gloves for his own health and wellbeing after Huni put the 39-year-old through 10 rounds of hell on Wednesday night.
Hong Kong police raided the offices of pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on Thursday morning and arrested five executives under the city's national security law, including its chief editor Ryan Law.
(Bloomberg) -- More than 80% of the adult population in Beijing, or 15.6 million people, have been fully vaccinated, local media reported. In Japan, authorities may issue vaccine passports for residents as soon as mid-July, according to broadcaster NHK.German firm CureVac NV’s Covid-19 vaccine was only 47% effective, falling well short of the high bar set by other messenger RNA shots. Moderna Inc. said the U.S. government exercised an option to buy 200 million more doses of its vaccine, bringing
The first cruise ship in more than a year docked at Cozumel island on Mexico's Caribbean coast on Wednesday, greeted by mariachi music and a banner reading: "Welcome back."
One 25-year-old says they are now getting second jab two weeks earlier and closer to home
(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong’s national security police arrested five executives of the pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper for suspected breaches of the national security law, local news outlets reported Thursday, as the government escalated its campaign against well-known activist and media tycoon Jimmy Lai.Those arrested included Apple Daily Editor-in-Chief Ryan Law and Next Digital Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Cheung Kim-hung, as hundreds of police officers descended on the newspaper’s Hong Kong
(Bloomberg) -- The pound’s popularity in cross-border payments tumbled to its lowest level in more than a decade as the U.K. navigates the post-Brexit landscape, while the euro edged out the dollar for the top spot last month.Sterling’s market share has dropped for four straight months and in May registered the lowest usage since at least 2010, when the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications started tracking the data. In contrast, the euro overtook the dollar for the first
All arrivals to Queensland will soon need a border declaration pass as the state moves to minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading from interstate.The new requirement comes into effect from 1am on Saturday, while those considering travelling to Sydney have been told to reconsider.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says his state will immediately begin plans to build a barrier along its border with Mexico. (June 16)
Convicted child murders and serial killers serving life sentences in Queensland will never get parole if the state government gets its way.Tougher parole laws for these groups are now being considered by the state's parliament.
(Bloomberg) -- An impressive afternoon rebound in equities failed to quell a sense among professional investors that rising hawkishness at the Federal Reserve is about to make it tougher for speculators.While too soon to panic with rate hikes probably years away, strategists worried Wednesday’s meeting and forecasts would raise pressure at some of the market’s more exuberant fringes.U.S. stocks fell as much as 1% before recovering, two-year Treasury yields spiked to the highest since June and go
The NSW government will spend $64 million to help regional communities prepare for the next drought by improving climate data and helping farmers use agricultural technology.Deputy Premier John Barilaro, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Dubbo MP Dugald Saunders announced the budget funding in Wellington in the state's central west on Thursday.
The Cy Young frontrunner keeps running into health issues.
A woman has hatched an elaborate plan to expose her cheating boyfriend, enlisting the help of a jewellery designer on TikTok.
(Bloomberg) -- The Japanese government recommended ending a state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and other areas on June 20 as planned, because infections have fallen about a month before the country is due to host the Summer Olympics.Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, who is also in charge of Covid policy, said Thursday the government is seeking to allow the measure to end, about two months after it was first imposed in the capital. The formal decision will be made by Prime Minister Yoshihide
Focus on better jobs, the environment, safer communities and putting ‘families first’ will start with clean slate
A federal parliamentary committee has approved the first Australian listing of an extreme right-wing organisation as a terrorist group.The joint committee on intelligence and security said it was appropriate for the Sonnenkrieg Division to be declared a terrorist organisation under the criminal code.
Roger Taylor says it is ‘always tempting’ to blame algorithms but ‘that is wrong response’
(Bloomberg) -- Oil fell after the Federal Reserve tilted toward tightening policy, aiding the dollar and offsetting signs of a stronger crude market.West Texas Intermediate lost 0.8% in early Asian trading after ending Wednesday almost unchanged. Following a regular policy meeting, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said officials would begin talks on tapering massive asset purchases, while penciling in two rate hikes by the end of 2023. A rise in the dollar reduces the appeal of commodities priced in t