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Giant pumice stone could help heal Australia's Great Barrier Reef

Toby Hudson via Wikimedia Commons Great Barrier Reef Toby Hudson over Wikimedia Commons ] Great Barrier Reef Related Stories (CNN) – A Manhattan sized pumice raft drifts to Australia bringing with it new marine life that could help restore the Great Barrier. Reef corals, half of which have been killed in recent years as a result of climate change. The …

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A giant pumice floating in the Pacific could heal Australia's Great Barrier Reef

The massive, floating volcanic rock layer was first seen by seafarers on 9 August after an underwater volcano erupted near the Pacific Island of Tonga, according to the NASA Earth Observatory. Days later, Australian sailors heading for Vanatu with the ROAM catamaran reported encountering volcanic rock "made of pumice stones from marble to basketball and no water visible" that they …

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Australia's Jack threatens a four-year ASADA ban

NEW YORK – Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has reportedly been warned by the Australian anti-doping agency ASADA of a four-year ban. Jack was sent home before the last World Championships after an unsuccessful drug test. Swimmer's A and B samples were both positive for the banned steroid ligandrol. Jack has protested against her innocence and suggests that she will protest …

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Australia's fight overshadows Marta's milestone

Fight against Australia Overshadows Marta Milestone | SuperSport {"Snail": "Football", "Name": "Football", "Menu": [] "Topics": [{"GroupName":"Internationals""Topics":[{"name":"UEFAEuro2020Qualifiers""slug":"uefa-euro""parent_slug":"uefa-euro""uri":zero"hidden_tabs":[]}, {"name": "UEFA Nations League", "Slug" : "UEFA Nations League", "Parent_Slug": "UEFA Nations League", "URI": zero, "Hidden_Tabs": []}, {"Name": "FIFA World Cup matches", "Slug" : "FIFA World Cup matches", "Parent_Slug": "FIFA World Cup matches", "URI": zero, "Hidden_Tabs": [“logs”,”video”,” top-scorers”]}, {"Name": "FIFA Women's World Cup", "slug": …

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Monica's controversial own goal seals Australia's comeback against Brazil | Soccer

A much-praised Australian team has recovered from the danger of a group stage in a five-goal match, VAR, a 2-0 down comeback and hostile champions. In the face of intense rivalry between nations in recent tournaments, Fifa proceeded with caution and appointed a Swiss referee. Esther Staubli tried to govern the process with cool neutrality, but the temperature continued to …

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Donald Trump wants to get into Australia's role in 'Russian hoax' | US news

Donald Trump has said he wants Australia's role in the setting up of the FBI's inquiry into Russia and his election campaign by the US attorney general, William Barr. It is a potentially explosive development for the historically solid US Australian alliance and the first time Trump has publicly named Australia while discussing what he calls the "Russia hoax" and …

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Australia's conservative government revels in 'miracle' re-election

MELBOURNE / SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia's Conservative Government Celebrates Sunday's Surprise Election. and Prime Minister Scott Morrison's return to office. Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison with wife Jenny, children's Abbey and Lily after winning the 2019 Federal Election, at the Federal Liberal Reception at the Sofitel-Wentworth hotel in Sydney, Australia, May 18, 2019. AAP Image / Dean Lewins / via …

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Australia's Conservative Coalition garnered a stunning political victory in parliamentary elections, defying polls and forecasting losses

The ruling conservative coalition of Australia prevailed over the polls and scored on Saturday an impressive political victory in the country's parliamentary elections. Opposition leader Bill Shorten called Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him on his election victory. He told Labor Party supporters that his party had not won enough seats to form a coalition government. "I know you're …

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Found 414 million plastic parts in Australia's "last untouched paradise"

Much of the garbage was consumer goods such as bottle caps, straws and shoes. (Representative) Canberra: 414 million pieces of plastic were found on remote Cocos (Keeling) islands in the Indian Ocean, including one million shoes and over 370,000 toothbrushes. The study, published Thursday in the Scientific Reports journal, found that Australian territory was littered with 238 tons of plastic, …

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