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Tennis players warned over ‘dangerous acts’
As fourth Covid case emerges from Australian Open charter flights, quarantine chief warns players of 'zero tolerance’ after ‘low-level’ lockdown breaches.
Norway vaccine deaths probed
The federal government is seeking urgent answers from Norway’s regulator after 30 frail, elderly people died after receiving the Pfizer vaccine.
Boeing’s other big problem: fixing its space program
The last lift-off of the Starliner spacecraft was supposed to be a decisive win. Instead, it showed that Boeing’s engineering and management issues went beyond its 737 MAX planes. Can the company redeem itself?
Open slather as social media missives inflame scrutiny
Months of painstaking negotiation has Australian Open organisers convinced their COVID-19 protocols will hold. But containing players from undermining them on social media is another matter.
Australia frustrated as pair bat on
The second session isn’t going to plan for the hosts, as Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur dig in.
Australian city hotels are back in business
There’s a surprising number of recently launched and about-to-open CBD and city-fringe properties to capture the local market.
Trump’s final days spent on defectors, defence
President Trump must plot his defence in a second Senate trial with far fewer legal and political allies than the last time.
‘Threat to lives’ as Perth bushfire rages
At least one home has been destroyed by a bushfire in Perth’s south, as firefighters warn of a ‘threat to lives and homes’ due to changing conditions.
‘I would have stayed home’
Players and staff are incensed, claiming they were told that the spacing on charter flights would alleviate the prospects of lockdown.
‘Chinese Tesla’ electrifies investors— but are the lights on?
The company’s stocks have risen 28-fold, driven up by excited millennials, but these naive investors should take a closer look under the bonnet.