Friday, September 17

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David Vandyke, Weona Smartone and Orbisyn

Weona Smartone will fly the flag for David Vandyke after he revealed that his exciting stablemate Orbisyn will have an extended break.As David Vandyke prepares to try and get where he's never gone before with Weona Smartone in pursuit of seven wins in a row, he revealed that his stablemate Orbisyn won't be seen at the races until the fall.Undefeated horse Orbisyn, winner of four out of four, was mentioned at one point in dispatches in connection with the $ 15 million Everest.Orbisyn was left lame and ready to resume work, however Vandyke confirmed that the exciting galloping was spelling out and that he would have an extended rest."After the setback, I had a good chat with his owner and she was not in love with the idea of ​​running with him during the summer, because it can get quite h...

Cricket news 2021: Tim Paine neck surgery, Tony Armstrong bulging live TV video

ABC sports host Tony Armstrong has opened up about the hilarious television mistake that went viral on social media this week.ABC sports host Tony Armstrong has opened up about the television bug that went viral and complimented Australian test captain Tim Paine this week.On Monday, Cricket Australia confirmed that Paine will undergo neck surgery to resolve a bulging disc that has restricted movement and caused him great discomfort.Watch our record women live and ad-free during the game in Kayo when they take on India in the Women's ODI series. New to Kayo? Try 14 days for free now>Reporting the story in ABC News Breakfast this week, Armstrong left his co-hosts hysterical after inadvertently saying "bulging f ***" instead of "bulging disk."“Tim Paine will undergo neck surgery, but the ...

Greg Evans: Perfect Match host sells Doncaster apartment with huge balcony

Former TV and radio host Greg Evans finally sold his Doncaster apartment with a ridiculous balcony after putting it up for sale nearly two years ago.Former TV and radio host Greg Evans and his wife Sue sold their Doncaster apartment with a huge balcony after putting it up for sale nearly two years ago.Evans became a household name in the 1980s as the host of the popular matchmaking show Perfect Match, alongside his co-stars Debbie Newsome and Dexter the Robot.its 801/632 Doncaster Rd Morada, which has two bedrooms and a balcony larger than the entire apartment, is selling Monday for an undisclosed price.RELATED: Return from real estate inspectionsLower Plenty pad inspired by Finnish ModernismHuon Hills Escape has panoramic views of Lake HumeThe property had been listed for $ 860,000- $ ...

AUKUS: Peter Dutton warns of war with China

Defense Minister Peter Dutton has issued a strong warning about the prospect of a conflict with China.Defense Minister Peter Dutton has bluntly warned that the prospect of a war with China cannot be ruled out, but said it was ultimately "a matter for the Chinese."Speaking in Washington DC to Sky News, Dutton raised the issue of Taiwan's sovereignty as the most likely flash point.But he made no attempt to hide the possibility that the conflict was a risk Australia needed to prepare for and that it was one of the reasons the Morrison government was building even closer ties with the US. UK under a new deal to procure nuclear submarines. ."The Chinese spokesmen of the Communist Party are very clear about their intention towards Taiwan, nobody wants to see a conflict, but that is really a ...

‘Large’ pod of pilot whales die in Japan’s ‘Red Cove’

A "large" group of pilots Whales were led to From Japan notorious "Red Cove" over the weekend, where nearly two dozen were captured and killed.The car hunt was carried out in Taiji, a small coastal town in Wakayama Prefecture, as part of the region's annual dolphin hunt, which runs from early September to late February.Nonprofit organization Dolphin project He told 9news.com.au 22 animals were euthanized on September 12. The surviving members of the herd were pushed into the sea after being held in net pens for two nights.The pod of pilot whales was herded to the cove and kept in nets for three days. Twenty-two of the animals were euthanized on the second day. (Life Research Agency / Dolphin Project)Ren Yabuki, Director of Life Research Agency (LIA), a nonprofit organizati...

COVID-19 case numbers last updated on September 17

Queensland has recorded a new location coronavirus case, as a new vaccine will be released starting next week.The new infection announced this morning is linked to the Sunnybank cluster and is a household contact.Health Minister Yvette D'Ath confirmed that the case was in home quarantine throughout its infectious period.There are currently 32 active cases in Queensland.Health Director Dr. Jeannette Young confirmed that the family involved will now have to start their 14-day quarantine period again due to the new case.Dr Young revealed this morning that Queensland pharmacies will begin taking deliveries of the Moderna vaccine starting next week, urging as many people as possible to come forward for vaccination.Queensland Health Minister Yvette D'Ath and Health Director Jeannette Yo...

SpaceX mission reveals incredible photos as civilian crew orbits Earth

Incredible images from SpaceX have revealed the unique perspective that four civilians have of planet Earth as they participate in a historic mission in space.The crew aboard the Dragon spacecraft mission, known as Inspiration4, currently flies 575 kilometers from Earth.Tracking maps show the journey as the Inspiration4 crew orbits Earth approximately every 90 minutes.A view from the dome of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft, known as Inspiration4, as it orbits Earth. (SpaceX)Inspiration4 is commanded by Jared Isaacman, an accomplished pilot and adventurer. Also on board are Medical Officer Hayley Arceneaux, Medical Assistant at St Jude Children's Research Hospital and a pediatric cancer survivor; mission specialist Chris Sembroski, Air Force veteran and aerospace data engineer; and missio...

IMF director denies altering World Bank report to appease China

IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva disagreed with research showing she pushed for changes in a World Bank report to favor China.IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva on Thursday challenged an independent investigation that found that in her previous job at the World Bank, she pressured staff to modify a report to avoid angering China.Based on the findings, the World Bank announced that it would immediately suspend its Doing Business report after the investigation found irregularities in the 2018 and 2020 editions."I fundamentally disagree with the findings and interpretations of the Data Irregularity Investigation as it pertains to my role in the World Bank's 2018 Doing Business report," he said in a statement."These are serious findings," the US Treasury said in a statement, noting th...

Virat Kohli to step down as captain of India T20: Cricket 2021 news

Virat Kohli has made a surprising decision about his future as captain of India as the hitter's priorities begin to change.Star batsman Virat Kohli announced that he will step down from the India T20 captaincy after the World Cup that begins next month."Understanding the workload is a very important thing ... I feel like I need to give myself space to be fully ready to lead the Indian team in Test and ODI Cricket," said Kohli, whose leadership has been the subject of increasing speculation in recent months. .Watch all the matches of the season LIVE IPL 2021 live with FOX SPORTS in Kayo. New to Kayo? Try 14 days for free now>"I decided to step down as the T20 captain after this T20 World Cup in Dubai in October," he added in a Twitter post.The 32-year-old, who became a limited overs cap...

Celtic de Postecoglou suffers the defeat of the Europa League against Real Betis

A 'naive' defensive performance cost Celtic in the Europa League, but manager Ange Postecoglou praised his defeated side's display.Despite his team being accused of a "naive" defense, Celtic coach Ange Postecoglou was proud of his players 'performance in the Hoops' 4-3 Europa League loss to Real Betis.Postecoglou's men got off to a dream start in the Group G clash at the Estadio Benito Villamarín, winning 2-0 in the 27th minute thanks to goals from Swiss forward Albian Ajeti and Croatian defender Josip Juranović, who scored from the point penalty.However, the locals took control and in the 53rd minute they went ahead 4-2 thanks to a double by Juanmi and goals from Juan Miranda and Borja Iglesias.Celtic Socceroos playmaker Tom Rogic had a chance to cut Betis' lead in half in the 65th min...