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‘Pacific Rim: The Black’ Un-Cancels the Apocalypse, for Better or Worse

The single most memorable line of the Pacific Rim franchise came in the first movie when Idris Elba’s battle-armored mech marshal, Stacker Pentecost, proclaimed, “Today, we are canceling the apocalypse!” In the first season of Pacific Rim: The Black, which hit Netflix on March 4, Stacker’s name is now relegated to Easter-egg status among a new generation of Jaeger pilots. They have big blue doll eyes, anime-style no-noses, and chins so sharp you could lance a Kaiju Skinmite with them. Animated ...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Australia, China, Earth, Features, Netflix, Guillermo Del Toro, Pacific Rim, Box Office, Idris Elba, Taylor, Easter, Black, Kaiju

Australia cuts Myanmar military ties amid ‘rising death toll’

Australia was among 13 countries said to have been providing assistance to military that mounted a coup last month.
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The cookbook-memoir hybrid: 'You’re really putting yourself on the plate'

While books that combine recipes with personal narrative have always existed, they’re increasingly becoming the norm “In the early stages, I would read it and I would cry, have tears streaming down my face,” Chinese-Australian cook and food writer Hetty Lui McKinnon says of her latest cookbook, To Asia, With Love. “They’re not sad tears … it’s me feeling this happiness of reaching this point where I’m able to tell this story.”McKinnon says she’s never been the authority on Asian cuisine like Kyl...
Tags: Food, Asia, Books, Australia, Chinese Food And Drink, McKinnon, Kylie Kwong, Australian lifestyle, Hetty Lui McKinnon

Small negative lifestyle changes during COVID-19 lockdown could accumulate, say researchers

An interesting new study by researchers in Australia, which has been published in the journal PLOS ONE, suggests that lifestyle changes due to pandemic restrictions on outdoor mobility have been small. But they warn that these may accumulate over time.
Tags: Health, Australia, PLOS ONE

How Canadian soldiers set 2 records for longest sniper kill during the first major battle in Afghanistan

CH-47 Chinook helicopters take off in the early morning in support of Operation Anaconda, March 4, 2002. US Army Within weeks of the September 11 attacks, US forces were in Afghanistan fighting Al Qaeda and its Taliban hosts. By March 2002, US special-operations forces, their international partners, and local allies set out on the first major battle of the war. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Nineteen years ago, a team of Canadian snipers set back-to-back world reco...
Tags: Isis, Australia, Osama Bin Laden, Iraq, US, International, Trends, Afghanistan, Taliban, New Zealand, Rangers, Al Qaeda, Cia, Air Force, US Army, US Navy

Greensill - who is holding the bag?

There has been much fabulous reporting in the lead-up to the collapse of Greensill, the eponymously named Australian domiciled but London headquartered supply chain financier. But if you want guidance start with anything by Duncan Mavin (from the Wall Street Journal) or Robert Smith sometimes with Olaf Storbeck (at the Financial Times).The excellent work of these journalists is now on the front page above the fold. It is not everyday a globally significant financial institution fails, and it is ...
Tags: Business, Japan, London, Australia, Aig, Credit Suisse, Queensland, Sydney, Fund, US Treasury, John, Iag, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Lex, Bcc

Accor Says ‘It’s All Good’ To Travel

Accor, the largest hotel operator in Australia and New Zealand, continues to invest in the resurgence of domestic travel and is instilling confidence in travellers with its latest campaign - 'It's All Good' [transl. It's how we say peace of mind in Australia and New Zealand].
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Leona Maguire on the move with first LPGA top-10 on US soil

Leona Maguire dug deep and clinched just her second career top-10 finish and her first on US soil when she birdied her last two holes to tie for sixth on five-under-par in the LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club in Florida.The Slieve Russell star (26) opened with back to back bogeys in blustery conditions but then fought back by making four birdies against two bogeys in a ten-...
Tags: Florida, Australia, US, Sport, Golf, Houston, Orlando, Maguire, Carlsbad, LPGA, Cavan, Annika, CME Globe, G Mac, Leona Maguire, Stephanie Meadow

Which ridiculous Ashes series should we cover next?

As we’re sure you’re aware, the Ridiculous Ashes – the parallel England v Australia competition we first ran over at Cricket 365 for the 2019 series – is now a podcast. Series 1 was about the 1997 Ashes and we thought you’d like a say on which series we cover next. For those that don’t know, the Ridiculous Ashes is an alternative trophy that is awarded to the side that produces the most hilarious and absurd cricket across a given Ashes series. We do it with Aussie writer, Dan Liebke. H...
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Billy Stanlake aiming to develop red-ball game after signing for 2021 season with Derbyshire

Australia quick available to play across all formats in first county stint
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Derbyshire, Billy Stanlake

Australia Suspends Defense Training With Myanmar After Coup

Australia has suspended its defense cooperation with Myanmar and is redirecting humanitarian aid because of last month’s military takeover of the government and the ongoing detention of an Australian citizen.
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Australia: Best Australian and New Zealand trade mark cases 2020 - Shelston IP

Welcome to Shelston IP's round up of some of the best Australian and New Zealand trade mark cases for 2020.
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Australia: New domain name licensing rules to come into effect in Australia from 12 April 2021 - McCullough Robertson

auDA (the .au Domain Administrator) will introduce and enforce a new uniform domain name licensing scheme in Australia.
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India Seeks Funds From Quad Alliance to Match China's Vaccine Push: Source

By Rupam Jain and David BrunnstromNEW DELHI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - India has urged the United States, Japan and Australia to invest in its vaccine...
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South Australia recover from Mitchell Starc burst to set up final-day calculations

Starc and Sean Abbott had earlier added an important partnership before NSW declared behind
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Mitchell Starc, Sean Abbott

Australia: Small business restructuring – What we now know and how you can take advantage of the regime - Bartier Perry

This bulletin seeks to provide some high-level guidance to directors on the four key stages of the restructuring regime.
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Australia: Inland Rail is coming to town – time to have your say - Holding Redlich

The Queensland government released the draft EIS for two of the five sections of the Inland Rail project in Queensland.
Tags: News, Australia, Queensland, Eis, Redlich

Australia: TGIF: Deficient deadlock: Winding up on just and equitable grounds refused - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

While disagreements often occur in the course of operating a company, much more is needed before a wind up is justified.
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Australia: Your builder gives you a quote, but no written building contract, and you agree to proceed. Where do you stand? - Pointon Partners

Documenting a domestic building contract in accordance with section 31(1) is a must for both owners and builders.
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Australia: Imposter syndrome: friend or foe? - Travis Schultz & Partners

An organisational psychologist said that feeling like an imposter in our work lives may actually help to fuel success.
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Australia vows to continue criticising China's treatment of Uighurs after accusation of hypocrisy

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has dismissed China's claims Australia shouldn't criticise human rights abuses because of how Indigenous...
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Spotlight on Australia's Vexed Parliament on International Women's Day

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia launched a A$19 million campaign on International Women's Day urging people to "unmute" or speak up when they witness...
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Australia: The laws, defences and penalties for dog attack offences in New South Wales - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The Companion Animals Act 1988 (NSW) is the main piece of legislation which deals with NSW animal ownership and control.
Tags: News, Australia, New South Wales Sydney

Australia news live: former sex discrimination commissioner 'not surprised' by claims of sexual assault in Parliament House

Elizabeth Broderick says parliament’s culture ‘not necessarily built on dignity and respect’. Follow all the latest updates – liveQueenslanders offered $200 vouchers for travel in stateFollow the global coronavirus live blog 6.16am GMT From AAP:The boyfriend of a 21-year-old woman found dead in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges is set to face court.The 20-year-old is accused of failing to report the death.The woman’s body was found in a shallow grave at Moralana Creek, north of Hawker, on Mo...
Tags: Health, Twitter, Business, Labor, Australia, Australia news, David, Coalition, Australian politics, New South Wales, Adelaide, Victoria, Labor party, Liberal party, Tasmania, South Australia

Cricket Australia addresses 73-0 gender gap in statues

CA has formed the Recognition of Women in Cricket Working Group to address imbalances in the sport
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Recognition of Women in Cricket Working Group

Covid summer brings Australia back to the field

Series defeats in Test and T20I cricket show there is work to be done ahead of challenges later in the yea
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Australia: Costs orders: How do I get paid? - Coleman Greig Lawyers

Costs generally follow the event - an unsuccessful party is usually ordered to pay the successful party's legal costs.
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Australia: How much would I receive in a family law property settlement? - Opal Legal

Property orders finalise financial issues in dispute between parties who have been married or in de facto relationships.
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