Things to Consider When Looking for A Laser Hair Removal Clinic

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Novak Djokovic did not have guaranteed entry to Australia, government lawyers argue

Novak Djokovic was not given an assurance by the federal government that his exemption to enter Australia without being vaccinated would be accepted, government lawyers said in court filings ahead of a Monday hearing.
The tennis star is fighting to overturn a decision by the Department of Home Affairs to quash his visa because he had not received a COVID-19 vaccination.

Djokovic’s legal team said the Serbian player had an assessment from the department that his responses on his travel declaration indicated he met the requirements for quarantine-free entry into the country.

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Teen survives after falling off cliff in Barwon Heads near Geelong

A boy, 14, has survived after falling off a cliff on to rocks below at Barwon Heads.

Police and emergency services rescued the boy using a helicopter after he fell from the cliff near Bluff Road, Barwon Heads, on Saturday just after 4:10pm, a Victoria Police spokesperson said.

While police initially said the boy fell when a cliff face collapsed, police on the ground confirmed the boy fell around 40 metres but the cliff face had not collapsed.

It is just over a week since a man died after part of a cliff collapsed at Bells Beach.

Sergeant Nathan Jones from Victoria Police told the ABC the rescue effort was a success, despite the risks

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Park Hotel detainees housed alongside Novak Djokovic describe ‘disgusting’ and ‘cruel’ conditions

The plight of 32 detainees at Melbourne’s infamous Park Hotel has been overshadowed this week by the detention of Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic.
The group of refugees and asylum seekers — many feeling forgotten and abandoned after up to nine years of indefinite detention — watched from their windows as crowds gathered in the streets below waving Serbian flags and chanting support for the tennis great.

Djokovic was sent to the Park Hotel on Wednesday night after the federal government cancelled his visa for failing to meet its entry requirement that all non-citizens be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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