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The Age photos of the week, September 20, 2020

20 ImagesSeptember 20, 2020 — 9.45am

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Dancer and choreographer Tony Yap has taken to doing solo "iso-dance" routines around Melbourne.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Owner and ringmaster Damian Syred with the Circus Royale high wire act.Credit:Justin McManus

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Police clashed with anti-lockdown protesters at the Queen Victoria Market on SundayCredit:Luis Ascui

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Faye Loone on the beach in Torquay. Victorians face unprecedented changes to their holidays this summer – including wearing masks on the beach – as anxious coastal communities prepare for an influx of Melburnians.Credit:Jason South

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Gabrielle O'Brien and Scott McInnes have been cutting each other's hair in lockdown.Credit:Chris Hopkins

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A father and child enjoy a beautiful Spring day at St Kilda beach.Credit:Penny Stephens

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Rabbi Daniel Rabin blows a shofar in his Caulfield South synagogue.Credit:Joe Armao

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Leah Beamish, owner Bayleaf cafe in Apollo Bay, is excited to be reopening.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Chefs from the FareShare kitchen. FareShare is a charity which uses rescued and donated food to provide meals to thousands of Victorians experiencing food insecurity.Credit:Justin McManus

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Two-year-old Alexander Warner enjoys the reopened swings at Fels Park in Yarraville.Credit:Jason South

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Bay Open Water Swimmers Charlie Evans (left) and Peter Hendriks at Half Moon Beach, Black Rock, have raised over $3000 for Lifeline.Credit:Luis Ascui

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Amateur birdwatcher Emily Gale, one of many Melburnians who have discovered the hobby during lockdown.Credit:Simon Schluter

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Hannah Miflin with her daughter Aisling, was overwhelmed by the support she received from her neighbours and church community when Aisling went into intensive care after birth.Credit:Justin McManus

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Patricia Callinan (centre), Bec Russell (left) and Jennifer Niehues of The Help 3095 and Surrounds Facebook group.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Nurse Amal Solayman had her working life turned upside down, when she was redeployed to COVID-19 efforts.Credit:Jason South

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Single mother Katie with her three-year-old son. "I am now able to buy proper groceries for myself and my son."Credit:Joe Armao

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Peter Patisteas, managing director of Griffiths Bros Coffee Roasters in Melbourne. Photo: Joe Armao Credit:Joe Armao

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Circus Royale performer Lena Knipping practises her routine on the rings. The West Australian-based circus has been stranded in Baywater since March due to COVID-19.Credit:Justin McManus

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Australian musical theatre needs to embrace more diverse casting, taking a lead from the diversity rules announced last week for the Academy Awards, says director and composer Mathew Frank. Musical theatre student Melanie Bird - who has Thai heritage - would love the situation to change. Credit:Eddie Jim

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Vydia Rishie and Sam Howell hope to have dancing at their 'micro' wedding.Credit:Simon Schluter

Football news:

Arteta about 0:1 with Leicester: I Don't know why the hell our goal was canceled. It is difficult to create space when 10 people are sitting behind the ball line
Rodgers on 1-0 with Arsenal: Leicester deserved to win. Vardy is a world-class player
Juve without Ronaldo could not beat Verona and Crotone in Serie A
Vardy has scored 11 goals in 12 games against Arsenal in the Premier League. Only Rooney has more
15,000 Teddy bears were planted at the Heerenveen match as part of a campaign to fight cancer. Toys sold for 230 thousand euros
Adidas and Pharrell Williams have reinvented the old forms of Real Madrid, Arsenal, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Juve. The design is hand-made and celebrates imperfection
Barcelona filed a complaint about the refereeing of the match with Real Madrid to the Spanish football Federation