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· ‘Once-in-a-decade’ storm hits Australia leaving thousands without power →
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· How to Save Summer Camps During the Coronavirus →
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· ‘What planet are they on?’ No respite for UK’s Johnson and aide →
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· Commercial real estate to move northwards in Tier 2 markets post Covid-19 →
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· Bushfire-hit Australians still in tents as COVID-19 slows recovery →
Since then he has been camping out in increasingly harsh conditions - moving from property to property, and helping build shelters.
· Man arrested after swimming moat to enter Japan palace grounds →
They said the man appeared to be in his 40s and was arrested mid-morning after emerging on palace grounds shortly before Emperor Naruhito was scheduled to conduct a rice planting ceremony elsewhere on the imperial property.
The China Post
· Virus stalls work to keep alive a rare rhino subspecies →
The animals are killed for their horns, which have long been used as carving material and prized in traditional Chinese medicine for their supposed healing properties.
The Japan Times
· Australians still in tents as virus slows recovery from bush fires →
Since then he has been camping out in increasingly harsh conditions — moving from property to property, and helping build shelters.