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Sporting bodies are also exploring possibilities of the Pro Kabaddi League and Indian Super League to be organised later in the year.
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With the theatres unlikely to be open at least for a few more months and losses piling up, producers are increasingly exploring streaming platforms to release their films.
· Mascot Towers owners flag interest in sale of entire building →
A clear majority of owners have voted in favour of investigating a collective sale of the building, which will allow the residents to explore numerous options such as the end use of the building, the cost and timeframe for selling.
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In our few years together, we vacationed in Croatia, attended family weddings and holidays, and explored countless campgrounds throughout North Carolina.
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“But it's a conversation that we want to explore further … What's the level of interest?
· Coronavirus LIVE Queensland updates: students return to school as national death toll stands at 102 →
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· Australia coronavirus live: students return to school full time in many states as $50m NSW arts package announced – latest updates →
We hope our friends and partners and allies across the world, especially our Five Eyes partners like Australia, will do the same.”(Unfortunately the interviewer, Rowan Dean, did not follow up with a question to check the likelihood of the US “simply disconnecting” with Australia as Dean had to move on to his next question, which began with: “President Donald Trump - I love his tweets, they’re brilliant, great sense of humour...”)Pompeo’s comments raised eyebrows in Canberra because the Australian government has already blocked the Chinese-owned Huawei and ZTE from Australia’s 5G network in response to security advice – a decision, made in 2018 and backed by the US, that Beijing still cites as a source on ongoing diplomatic tension, as Amy reported earlier this year.The comments also raised questions in Victoria, given the state government’s agreement to explore areas of cooperation with China over infrastructure investment is in its early stages and no particular projects have been locked in.
· Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online →
Ahamefule J Oluo’s innovative show, staged at Seattle’s Moore theatre in 2014, mixes standup-style routines with a mesmerising musical accompaniment and explores his experience of a rare autoimmune disease.