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Lara Worthington poses with no pants on in stylish campaign for clothing brand Bassike

The Daily Mail 25 May 2022
Lara Worthington is arguably one of Australia's most stylish celebrities. So it's no surprise that the model is fronting a campaign for organic Australian clothing line Bassike ... Lara Worthington is arguably one of Australia's most stylish celebrities.
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MONAT Wins Four Stevie® Awards in The 20th Annual American Business Awards®

Maryville Daily Forum 25 May 2022
Leveraging a global network of community leaders, MONAT Global distributors, and partnerships with local organizations, MONAT Gratitude champions meaningful community service across the globe - bringing to life the foundation’s global vision with a local impact in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Poland, Lithuania, Spain, and Australia.
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Peas Market Size In APAC To Grow By USD 267.04 Million | Increasing Health Consciousness ...

MENA FN 25 May 2022
(MENAFN - PR Newswire) This report on the peas market in APAC offers a comprehensive analysis by type (conventional and organic) and geography (China, Australia, India, and Rest of APAC) NEW ... .
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Meet the 2022 Goldman Environmental Prize Winners

Mongabay 25 May 2022
This year’s winners include a duo of Indigenous forest defenders who protected their ancestral territory from mining; a lawyer who held a multinational oil company responsible for damages to communities; an organizer whose campaign effectively stopped coal financing in Australia; ...
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Indigenous Australians hold just 0.7 pct of executive jobs: report

China.dot.org 24 May 2022
Non-profit organization the Minderoo Foundation recently launched the Indigenous Employment Index (IEI), the first comprehensive snapshot of Indigenous employment representation ever carried out in Australia ... Three-quarters of participating organizations, which included Rio Tinto, ...
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Captain Arrested in Australia Smuggling Cocaine Faces Life in Prison

The Maritime Executive 24 May 2022
Australia arrested the captain of a bulk carrier charging him with being part of an organized effort to smuggle narcotics into the country. The 51-year-old citizen of Montenegro is being charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug into Australia and if convicted the maximum penalty is life in prison.
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SEAG silver medalist De Paz faces Robertson in boxing match

Sun Star 24 May 2022
AFTER a silver medal finish in kickboxing in the 31st Southeast Asian Games, Gretel De Paz quickly returns to the ring, this time as a boxer, next month in Australia ... Robertson is coming off a unanimous decision win over Kylie Fulmer last December to win the Australia Female bantamweight strap.
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More Than Half of CIOs and Network Engineers Cite Cybersecurity as Top Risk in Digital Transformation

Ellensburg Daily Record 24 May 2022
Network engineers and CIOs agree that cybersecurity issues represent the biggest risk for organizations that fail to put networks at the heart of digital-transformation plans ... Opengear solutions are trusted by global organizations across financial, digital communications, retail and manufacturing industries.
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Australia’s ‘climate election’ is a message for US

The Hill 24 May 2022
Analysts are also predicting the election of up to four members of the Green Party and up to seven “teal independents,” whose organizing principle is that Australia, one of the world’s largest per-capita carbon emitters and an economy still dependent on coal and other fossil fuels, was not doing enough to combat climate change.  .
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Thought the Cambrian explosion was weird? Check out the Ediacaran

Interesting Engineering 24 May 2022
From Anomalocaris to Wiwaxia, many of these now-extinct organisms seem as strange to us today as any alien life would probably be ... These processes are clearly not great for the preservation of delicate organisms ... First found in Ediacaran rocks from Australia, specimens of the organism range in size from 1 and 1/5 inches (3 cm) and 2 inches (5 cm).
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Morocco reports 3 suspected cases of monkeypox

Suryaa 24 May 2022
The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed cases of monkeypox in 12 countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, Britain, Spain, ...
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Entrust Expands BIMI Partnership with Red Sift to Make it Easy for Enterprises to Adopt ...

Eagle-Tribune 24 May 2022
This is due to the combination of both DMARC and VMCs, which provide email security and an organization’s registered trademark inserted directly into a premium location, the avatar slot, within a customer’s email ... Founded in 2015, Red Sift is a global organization with international offices in the UK, North America, Spain and Australia.
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PH exporters expect bigger trade with RCEP members

Manila Bulletin 24 May 2022
The RCEP came into force on January 1, 2022 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and historic global recession, geopolitics and US-China strategic competition, rising protectionism, and the threat to the World Trade Organization and multilateralism.
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SirionLabs and KPMG in Germany Team Up to Transform Contract Management

Ellensburg Daily Record 24 May 2022
Our collaboration with KPMG in Germany builds on SirionLabs' global strategic partnerships around legal tech transformation with other independent member firms of the KPMG organization in the US, UK, and Australia,” said Puneet Bhakri, Senior Vice President Global Alliances and Partnerships at SirionLabs.

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