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Illegal dinner party leads to 5000 Tasmanians in quarantine

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5000 people have been forced into quarantine as the island state deals with an outbreak in the medical community,
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trading halt to consider "ongoing issues with respect to financial assistance and restructuring alternatives"
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t 59 Qantas workers were infected w
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d 750 are in quarantine.
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rightly been shocked at how Qantas has mismanaged the virus pandemic among its staff, by
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This development comes a day after news broke that the government was on the verge of signing a new assistance package to underwrite some critical domestic routes operated by Virgin and competitor Qantas.
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voluntary administration
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underwrite flights between capital cities
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The Australian market is big enough for two well-managed domestic carriers
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ould reach 26 per cent if toug
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online food delivery
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hardware retailers
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Data storage services
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new data centres
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Food ordering platform
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an increase in home improvement activity.
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rth-west was a rumour.
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