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How funky baby clothes can make a big difference: People these days like to show off their friends, their wealth, and their clothes if they are invaluable to them. Quite naturally babies being the proudest things to young parents are shown off to guests and friends with lan. Parents make sure that when they take their little baby to a party, he or she looks the best of all babies.

At the City County Homeless Issues Committee on Monday, the ordinance to Rescind Emergency Order 2 and Direct City Staff to Enforce Ordinances Against Encampments in the City Parks and to Investigate Other Temporary Housing Options for the Unsheltered Homeless Population will be discussed. This ordinance was referred at Parks and placed on file by EOC last week. CCEC also takes up the ordinance Tuesday but the recommendation is to refer until next month so Park can make a recommendation.

Reports it is considering a dual listing in the US sent its shares soaring 12.9 per cent to $9.80.Larger rival Afterpay hit a record high of $156.50 in intraday trade before pulling back to $153.46, up 1.43 per cent.Sigma Healthcare leapt 7.35 per cent to 73 cents after flagging a jump in full year earnings following a strong second half performance. The company also said it expected to achieve its previously stated 2023 target.Mining stocks fared well on the back of largely higher commodities prices.Lithium and iron ore miner Mineral Resources leapt 5.63 per cent to $36.94, rare earths producer Lynas put on 7.14 per cent to $5.25 and mineral sands miner Iluka Resources advanced 4.91 per cent to $6.84.Mining stocks drove the ASX gains. Picture: Lyndon Mechielsen/The AustralianSource:News Corp AustraliaNewcrest, Australia largest gold producer, added 1.37 per cent to $25.21.Ora Banda Mining put on 1.67 per cent to 30.5 cents after reporting its first gold pour at the Davyhurst mine in Western Australia, which closed in 2018 after its previous owner collapsed.While iron ore prices have backtracked over the past two weeks due to weak Chinese steel margins, it is too early to get bearish Macquarie researchers say.Due to a lack of supply growth, iron ore will remain a deficit market this year even under very conservative demand assumptions, they say.Fortescue Metals Group was up 2.11 per cent at $23.72, Rio Tinto rose 3.42 per cent to $117.20 and BHP firmed 2.37 per cent to $44.84.ANZ climbed 0.44 per cent to $25.40, Commonwealth Bank inched 0.02 per cent lower to $88.62, National Australia Bank lifted 0.91 per cent to $25.46 and Westpac was up 1.35 per cent at $22.45..

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