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Matt was travelling all the time with his sailmaking job, and I was stuck at home with the kids and no family support. So we flew Mum over to babysit, and I travelled with Matt to a boat regatta in Sardinia. One of Matt’s good friends said, “You’d better put a ring on her!” We laughed it off but later on the dance floor, Matt drunkenly proposed. The next morning, we looked at each and went, what happened last night? Matt said nothing happened, I would never propose like that. When we got to our boat, everyone started clapping and congratulating us. We were like, I guess we’re engaged now! We flew home via Rome where Matt bought a ring and got down on one knee outside the Colosseum to propose properly.
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New Zealand pulls out of cricket tour of Pakistan citing security alert Updated 10:00 AM ET, Fri September 17, 2021 New Zealand's players attend a practice session at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on September 13 ahead of their first one-day international match against Pakistan. New Zealand's cricket team is pulling out of its first tour of Pakistan in 18 years following a New Zealand government security alert. New Zealand Cricket said in a statement that "following an escalation in the New Zealand Government threat levels for Pakistan, and advice from NZC security advisors on the ground, it has been decided the BLACKCAPS will not continue with the tour." New Zealand was set to play Friday in the first of three One Day International matches in Rawalpindi before moving to Lahore for five Twenty20 international matches. The team is now making arrangement for its departure. A statement from the Pakistan Cricket Board said: "Pakistan Cricket Board and Pakistan Government made foolproof security arrangements for all visiting teams. We have assured the New Zealand Cricket of the same. The Pakistan Prime Minister spoke personally to the Prime Minister of New Zealand and informed her that we have one of the best intelligence systems in the world and that no security threat of any kind exists for the visiting team." PCB says scheduled matches will continue and notes "cricket lovers in Pakistan and around the world will be disappointed by this last minute withdrawal." Police walk on the stands of the empty Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on September 17. New Zealand Cricket would not comment further on the details of the security threats.

Residents of Broadmeadows <a href=see post line up to be vaccinated at the local town hall in Hume' align='left' /> The report also cited Guardian analysis from last year that found of the 550 deaths attributed to specific Victorian homes in September last year, 41% occurred in facilities located in suburbs in the bottom 30% of socioeconomic disadvantage . Dr George Disney, a research fellow in social epidemiology at the University of Melbourne, said the way virus homed in on disadvantaged communities had been “utterly predictable”. “It’s almost like society is designed to deliver Covid to the most disadvantaged,” he said. “The people on the lowest incomes, the people who are most unlikely to be able to work from home, because they’re doing jobs that naturally have more contact with people anyway. “They’re often doing jobs that involve contact with other disadvantaged groups, people with disability, people in aged care. We knew this before Covid started.” Local health districts are a considerably larger area compared to local government areas. For example, the south-western Sydney local health district stretches from the Sydney suburbs of Fairfield, Liverpool and Bankstown, to Bowral, south of Sydney. However, most Covid cases in the health district have predominantly been recorded in the more disadvantaged, culturally diverse areas of Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Campbelltown. Western Sydney is a similarly sprawling health district, with boundaries from Auburn in the south, to Blacktown, and the more affluent Hills Shire in the north. While it is diverse, it includes pockets of high disadvantage, and cases have been concentrated in the more disadvantaged Blacktown and Cumberland local government areas.

At that meeting, a council member pushed back against the proposed resolution to enforce the vaccine for city employees, thinking it was too soon to make a decision. "Besides, I think it's a little too early to make a resolution like this," that council member said. However, the resolution passed, by a vote of 5 to 3. One of the members that voted against the resolution was Alderperson Steve Hass. In a statement to News 9, he says, "My reason for my vote was the fear of state and federal funding being cut for non compliance." Johnson tells News 9 outright, there's nothing that says cities would face penalties.  "There are some people that think the state has a mandate and there is no mandate because the Wisconsin legislature has not adopted an OSHA standard for this, and until they do, it cannot be mandated under OSHA," Johnson said. As for what's next, Johnson says what's done is done. "I think that what the council was wanting to do was to make a statement on their feelings on this. I don't believe that there will be a whole lot of additional talk in the community about it. It's just something that's out there," he said. During the meeting, the council did leave the possibility of further discussion, should the circumstances allow.