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  • Scott Morrison to force councils to hold citizenship ceremonies on Australia Day

    Local councils will be forced to hold a citizenship ceremony on 26 January and institute a dress code that bans thongs and board shorts The Morrison governmenthas announced it will be compulsory for local councils to hold citizenship ceremonies on Australia Day, starting from 2020. A change to the Australian Citizenship Ceremonies Code means councils will be forced to hold a citizenship ceremony on 26 January, another on 17 September, and institute a dress code that bans thongs and board shorts....

    the Guardian
  • Universal To Take Over Entertainment One’s Australia/NZ Theatrical Distribution

    Entertainment One is to reduce its Australia/New Zealand theatrical film distribution unit with Universal Pictures International taking over the company’s slate. The announcement was made by Duncan Clark, UPI's President, Distribution, and Steve Bertram, eOne's President, Film and Television. Beginning with films released after April 2019, UPI will handle theatrical marketing and distribution on all films from eOne and its partners. The upcoming slate includes

    Deadline
  • 2 shot in Long Island suburb that is among nation’s richest

    Police say two people have been shot in a Long Island suburb known as one of the nation's wealthiest communities. Nassau County police say the gunfire erupted around 3:15 a.m.

    thenewstribune
  • The best Xbox One games in 2018: every must-play on Xbox One S and One X

    From blockbusters to indies, over-the-top action rollercoasters to contemplative explorations, these are the best games available right now for Microsoft's Xbox One The post The best Xbox One games in 2018: every must-play on Xbox One S and One X appeared first on VG247.

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