Right-wing media war on Covid lockdown escalates as Ray Hadley calls Alan Jones ‘ridiculous’ | australian media

Ray Hadley has lambasted former 2GB colleague Alan Jones for the Sky News anchor ‘s’ ridiculous stance’ against Sydney lockdown in a growing war between right-wing media over the response to the pandemic. After Hadley called Sky News star Andrew Bolt a “watchdog” to Jones for criticizing health officials, the …

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Euro 2020: the metropolitan police make 86 arrests in the context of the Italy-England final | Football news

The Metropolitan Police made 86 arrests as part of the police operation of the Euro 2020 final after unrest in London on Sunday. No fewer than 53 of those arrests were made at Wembley, where England lost to Italy in a penalty shootout, police said on Monday. People have been …

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Astronomers Worried As ‘Satellite Constellations’ Fill Night Sky

A new kind of high-speed internet is coming to Tuba City on the Navajo Nation, teleported from space by the so-called “satellite constellations”. This technology can provide much needed Internet access in rural areas. But that comes with a dilemma. Melissa Sevigny of KNAU reports that the new satellites are …

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Gareth Southgate: Sven-Goran Eriksson says England manager deserves praise for being brave with young talent | Football news

Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson believes Gareth Southgate’s willingness to sink young talent has been a huge factor in his side’s journey to the Euro 2020 final. Southgate faces a selection dilemma as he guides England in their first European Championship final on Sunday against Italy, with several young stars …

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Delta Aquariid and Perseid meteor showers give summer sky watchers plenty of shooting stars – Northeast Valley News

Make sure to prepare your wishlist, as the first of two major summer meteor showers, the Delta Aquariid meteor shower, is expected to begin on Monday. Christopher Boan reported for Patch that the Delta Aquariids won’t peak until July 29, when the event could produce around 20 meteors per hour. …

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UK broadband ISPs need a new approach to price hikes

Price hikes are quite common among all of the UK’s biggest broadband ISPs, who tend to increase what they charge on average by around 4-6% each year, although often through a mix of very different and changing approaches. But is it time for the industry to start considering a more …

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The Pulse of Entertainment: Carrington MacDuffie releases single “Under the Sky”

Actress / voice over singer Carrington MacDuffie is releasing a new single. * “This song is cool. It combines elements that you wouldn’t normally put together, ”said Carrington macduffie about his new single “Under the sky” from his latest album “Sweet Little Mystery”. “Sounds Pop… the message is really a …

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Nuno Tavares: Arsenal sign Benfica defender in first signing of summer transfer window | Football news

Arsenal have signed Portuguese Under-21 defender Nuno Tavares from Benfica. The 21-year-old, who is the Gunners’ first signing of the summer in a deal worth around £ 8million, will join his teammates in north London once he will have completed his period of isolation. Tavares has gone through Benfica’s youth …

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President Biden signs new order cracking down on Big Tech monopolies

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order to promote competition among big tech companies by targeting anti-competitive practices. The White House has taken action against Big Tech monopolies with US President Joe Biden signing an executive order cracking down on data collection, unfair competition and mergers in the industry. …

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Concerns over jobs as AA Roadwatch closes after 32 years

There are concerns for jobs after the AA announced that its well-known traffic reports reached the end of the road after 32 years. he Roadwatch reports which have become an institution at peak times since their launch on RTÉ Radio 1 in September 1989 will no longer be broadcast as …

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