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New Gold Coast venue helps businesses connect and go global

New Gold Coast venue helps businesses connect and go global

While many businesses have closed on the Gold Coast during the pandemic, a new unique venue will officially launch on October 1 to help event-based businesses which have been stuck or restricted to go global. The Freedom Potential Centre in Varsity Lakes hosts virtual and hybrid events on Zoom and other live streaming platforms. It...

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Sydney Chiropractor Shares Tips on Preventing Neck and Back Pain

Sydney Chiropractor Shares Tips on Preventing Neck and Back Pain

Increased neck and back pain is a growing problem for individuals working from home. Chiropractor Dr. Paula Basilio at My Back Relief shares tips on how to avoid health problems when working from home. Dr. Basilio, a local Sydney chiropractor, has seen first-hand the increased influx of back and neck pain patients who have been...

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Victoria to relax Coronavirus measures after a drop in cases

Victoria to relax Coronavirus measures after a drop in cases

Australia’s virus hot spot Victoria says it will relax pandemic restrictions in most areas from Wednesday night. Premier Daniel Andrews said Tuesday that people who live outside the state capital, Melbourne, would have no restrictions on leaving their homes and all shops will be able to reopen. Andrews also urged Melbourne residents not to get...

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Chinese ship threatened by Indonesian patrol for economic zone incursion

Chinese ship threatened by Indonesian patrol for economic zone incursion

A Chinese coast guard vessel was confronted by Indonesian patrol after it spent almost three days in waters where Indonesia claims economic rights and is near the southernmost part of China’s disputed South China Sea claims. The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency said it detected Chinese ship 5204 entering Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone in what Indonesia...

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Border reopening pushed as NSW records single locally acquired COVID-19 case

Border reopening pushed as NSW records single locally acquired COVID-19 case

Border reopening is being pushed as New South Wales recorded just one new case of COVID-19 community transmission on Monday. The state recorded a total of four new infections during the reporting period including three returned travellers in hotel quarantine and one locally acquired case linked to a known cluster in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The...

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Migraines can cost businesses millions of dollars — study

Migraines can cost businesses millions of dollars — study

Migraines cost businesses millions of dollars. In Singapore, a study showed that migraines, a neurological condition that can cause debilitating head pain, cost the Singaporean economy SGD1 billion per year. In Malaysia, the productivity loss at work due to migraines was nearly 20-fold higher for presenteeism (showing up to work despite being sick) than absenteeism....

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SpaceX gears up for 12-mile-high test flight with Starship SN8 prototype

SpaceX gears up for 12-mile-high test flight with Starship SN8 prototype

The next big leap for SpaceX’s Mars-colonizing Starship spacecraft appears to be right around the corner. Two full-size Starship prototypes, known as SN5 and SN6, recently performed 500-foot-high (150 meters) test hops at SpaceX’s South Texas facilities, near the village of Boca Chica. And the next vehicle in line is nearly ready to soar much...