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Dashcam Footage Captures Meteor Flaring in Florida Sky

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Residents the length of Florida reported a bright fireball blazing across the night sky on April 12. The National Weather Service said its Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) captured a “bright meteor as it burned up off the coast.” The American Meteor Society said it received more than 250 reports of sightings, from Miami to Jacksonville.…

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Residents the length of Florida reported a bright fireball blazing across the night sky on April 12. The National Weather Service said its Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) captured a “bright meteor as it burned up off the coast.” The American Meteor Society said it received more than 250 reports of sightings, from Miami to Jacksonville. Among those who captured footage of the meteor was Instagram user @grassrootstesla. They told Storyful the footage was captured via dashcam in Land O’ Lakes. Credit: @grassrootstesla via Storyful
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Aussie rainforest castle has ‘temple’ inside

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A home described as a castle in the rainforest has been listed complete with a temple to a Roman goddess and a sculpture “fantasy land”.

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Australian jobless rate forecasted to fall to 3.75 per cent

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Australia’s Central Bank predicts the nation’s jobless rate could plunge to 3.75 per cent in two years’ time if households splurge their money saved during the pandemic. Australian incomes have been boosted by emergency government support over the past year. The household saving ratio jumped to 22 per cent in the June quarter, before sliding…

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Australia’s Central Bank predicts the nation’s jobless rate could plunge to 3.75 per cent in two years’ time if households splurge their money saved during the pandemic.

Australian incomes have been boosted by emergency government support over the past year.

The household saving ratio jumped to 22 per cent in the June quarter, before sliding to 12 per cent in the December quarter.

The latest employment forecast would push underlying inflation to 2.25 per cent by the middle of 2023.
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