Australia asks Google to remove images from top of sacred site Uluru admin Article Updated: September 25, 2020 Comments Off on Australia asks Google to remove images from top of sacred site Uluru Share on FacebookTweet this! Australia has asked Google to remove pictures on its Maps service taken from the top of Uluru, the sacred Aboriginal monolith that visitors were banned from climbing last year. Post navigation Previous postHamilton ‘sad but not surprised’ at Breonna Taylor verdict Next postJack Ma is no longer China’s richest man Posted in: Global News More Articles By the same author Solskjaer: Blame me for Man United’s poor start admin Oct 16, 2020 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will take responsibility if Manchester United's season does not turn around. Comedian Adam DeVine marries actress Chloe Bridges admin Oct 11, 2021 Adam DeVine has married actress Chloe Bridges after the couple got engaged in October 2019. Manny being Manny: Margot makes early impact with amazing catch, homer admin Oct 12, 2020 Manuel Margot got the Rays going with a first-inning three-run homer, then made a circus catch, flipping… NBA to require players to wear contact sensors admin Dec 31, 2020 The NBA is planning to require players and many team staffers to wear sensor devices during all team-organized… Barbora Krejcikova's shining moment is a tribute to her late coach admin Jun 12, 2021 After she defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in a streaky, often nerve-filled match to earn her first… College football trophy prototypes for 2020 rivalry week admin Nov 26, 2020 Because of truncated schedules, the traditional Thanksgiving rivalry week looks different in some conferences,… Madden NFL 21 ratings and rankings: Mahomes, Wilson lead quarterback list admin Jul 13, 2020 Patrick Mahomes joins the 99 club and is the top-rated signal-caller. Here are the 10 quarterbacks with… Ross to Bengals: Trade me if this is how you feel admin Oct 30, 2020 John Ross, the Bengals' former first-round pick whose role has diminished this season, publicized his… Notre Dame placed on probation for one year admin Jan 21, 2021 The NCAA has placed Notre Dame's football program on probation for one year over recruiting violations.