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News.com.au
ISIS ‘targeted Aussie team in Bangladesh’head of performance Mal Loye has revealed he quit his post with the body after
ISIS ‘targeted Aussie team in Bangladesh’
News.com.au / Posted 13 minutes ago
head of performance Mal Loye has revealed he quit his post with the body after learning of the planned attacks against the Australians. “The week I left, the Australian team didn’t turn up because the terrorists had planned to take us out when we... Read more
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News.com.au
PM pledges action on budget challengeTuesday for the first sitting since the July 2 election. "One way or another,
PM pledges action on budget challenge
News.com.au / Posted 13 minutes ago
Tuesday for the first sitting since the July 2 election. "One way or another, at the end of this 45th Parliament, I want Australians to be able to say that this parliament, ... has come to terms with the budgetary challenge we face," Mr Turnbull... Read more
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WA Today
Ready, set, shiver... City To Surf kicks off in Perthtemperatures in the single digits... who'd be crazy enough to go running in thi
Ready, set, shiver... City To Surf kicks off in Perth
WA Today / Posted 25 minutes ago
temperatures in the single digits... who'd be crazy enough to go running in this weather? Well, tens of thousands of West Australians thought it would be a good idea to get out of their nice cozy beds on Sunday morning and tackle the 42nd annual... Read more
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News.com.au
Labor in way of fair super reformto stand in the way of reforms which will make the superannuation system fairer
Labor in way of fair super reform
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
to stand in the way of reforms which will make the superannuation system fairer for women, the self-employed and older Australians. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten offered the government a compromise to its $6 billion super reform package last... Read more
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Canberra Times
NDIS online failures leave parents drowning in uncertaintydebacle began. One of the biggest policy reforms in generations is about to ch
NDIS online failures leave parents drowning in uncertainty
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
debacle began. One of the biggest policy reforms in generations is about to change the lives of hundreds of thousands of Australians. Some participants in the billion-dollar scheme have even been left out of pocket since the troubled national... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA budget fails to tackle age discrimination in workforce, lobby group saysSA budget: Older workers need more support, Council On The Ageing says Older S
SA budget fails to tackle age discrimination in workforce, lobby group says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
SA budget: Older workers need more support, Council On The Ageing says Older South Australians are among those who have been largely ignored in the state budget, a key lobby group says. A $500 million commitment to upgrade and build new school... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Older workers more likely to lose jobs in manufacturing declinecomes from the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Developmen
Older workers more likely to lose jobs in manufacturing decline
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
comes from the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in a report which warns that older Australians struggle the most to find a new job, which is usually much lower paid. The OECD's call to improve services for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Working later in life 'terrifying' for some older unemployed peopledon't like to work with older people who've got much more experience because th
Working later in life 'terrifying' for some older unemployed people
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
don't like to work with older people who've got much more experience because they feel threatened."Seminars helping older Australians re-enter the workforce COTA ACT has been holding seminars for older workers trying to re-enter the workforce,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Chief Minister's Anzac Prize winners return to Campbell High Schoolof the battles of Fromelles and Pozieres in July, each laying a wreath at one o
Chief Minister's Anzac Prize winners return to Campbell High School
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
of the battles of Fromelles and Pozieres in July, each laying a wreath at one of the ceremonies. They toured with other Australians, including veterans who shared their experiences in more recent conflicts. The 2016 Chief Minister's Anzac... Read more
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Western Advocate
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Manning River Times
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Football Australia
Mini Matildas' trounce Hong Kong in qualifiersform for the rest of the qualifiers. The Mini Matildas still have matches agai
Mini Matildas' trounce Hong Kong in qualifiers
Football Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
form for the rest of the qualifiers. The Mini Matildas still have matches against Iraq, Vietnam and Uzbekistan to come. The Australians will need to top their Group D in order to join DPR Korea, Japan, Thailand and China at the 2017 Champions... Read more
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The North West Star
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Daily Mail
England's tour of Bangladesh thrown into fresh doubtMal Loye revealed he quit his job as Bangladesh Cricket head of performance upo
England's tour of Bangladesh thrown into fresh doubt
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
Mal Loye revealed he quit his job as Bangladesh Cricket head of performance upon learning of the plans to attack the Australians. ‘The week I left, the Australia team didn’t turn up because the terrorists had planned to take us out when we... Read more
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The Border Mail
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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The Courier
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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The Young Witness
Aussies raid super to pay for IVFrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
Aussies raid super to pay for IVF
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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The Age
The mother equation: Why women are raiding the nest eggrisk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money i
The mother equation: Why women are raiding the nest egg
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
risk staying childless. The Perth couple could never save that sort of money in time. So they did what a growing number of Australians are doing and cashed in some of Ms Mahar's superannuation. Lisa Mahar has dipped into her superannuation to pay... Read more
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Surfers Village
Wade Carmichael & Claire Bevilacqua claim Pro Anglet winsas Carmichael bests Marc Lacomare Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 27 August,
Wade Carmichael & Claire Bevilacqua claim Pro Anglet wins
Surfers Village / Posted 5 hours ago
as Carmichael bests Marc Lacomare Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 27 August, 2016 - La Chambbre d'Amour, Anglet France - Australians Wade Carmichael, 23, and Claire Bevilacqua, 33, have won the Pro Anglet today in clean two foot waves to conclude... Read more
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NZCity
Cheika to stick with Cooper, Foley comboa few of them and did pretty well. "But it's not a one-man game, it's not Quad
Cheika to stick with Cooper, Foley combo
NZCity / Posted 5 hours ago
a few of them and did pretty well. "But it's not a one-man game, it's not Quade Cooper against the All Blacks, it's 23 Australians versus 23 All Blacks." The Wallabies are back in action against the Springboks on September 10 at Brisbane's... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Transtasman stoush over manuka honey nameAustralians also want to use the term 'manuka honey'. Photo / File New Zealand
Transtasman stoush over manuka honey name
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Australians also want to use the term 'manuka honey'. Photo / File New Zealand beekeepers say transtasman rivalries have nothing to do with their bid to protect the use of the term "manuka honey". They're trying to restrict the term to honey which... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
’Mission accomplished' for Van Moerkerkethey anticipated three teams would advance from their heat with five from the o
’Mission accomplished' for Van Moerkerke
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 6 hours ago
they anticipated three teams would advance from their heat with five from the other heat, which included the Americans, Australians and France. That meant beating five of Russia, Japan, Italy, Germany, Poland, Spain and Romania. "We knew we had... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Team wants to reward retiring Dilshan with a winafter Sri Lanka bounced back after losing the first ODI by three wickets to reg
Team wants to reward retiring Dilshan with a win
Sunday Observer / Posted 6 hours ago
after Sri Lanka bounced back after losing the first ODI by three wickets to register a convincing 82-run win. For the Australians playing at Dambulla will be a new experience as none of their players have done so in the past. The only two... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Heart disease study aims to assess risk and pathways of carearound a quarter of volunteer's scans indicate early signs of heart disease. H
Heart disease study aims to assess risk and pathways of care
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
around a quarter of volunteer's scans indicate early signs of heart disease. Heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australians, killing one person every 12 minutes Professor Stanton hoped this study may finds ways to reverse that... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Medicare 'scare campaign' is false, Government claimscompared to Labor's last full year in office," Ms Ley said. "Medicare, that un
Medicare 'scare campaign' is false, Government claims
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
compared to Labor's last full year in office," Ms Ley said. "Medicare, that underpins universal affordable access for all Australians is continuing to work very well, to spend very well — which is good because [what] it proves is we're making that... Read more
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The Courier
Welcome to architravel: a new reason to roam Rio de Janeiro, BrazilBruno Faucz was my standout furniture piece. Best of all, prices were reasonabl
Welcome to architravel: a new reason to roam Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Courier / Posted 7 hours ago
Bruno Faucz was my standout furniture piece. Best of all, prices were reasonable! Viva Brazil! TRIP NOTESMore information Australians require a visa to travel to Brazil. See brazil.visahq.com.au. A number of airlines fly daily to Rio from Sydney,... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Filipino company becomes a game changer in Australiain Australia, according to Marcell Judkins, a Melbourne resident and chief fina
Filipino company becomes a game changer in Australia
Manila Standard Today / Posted 9 hours ago
in Australia, according to Marcell Judkins, a Melbourne resident and chief financial officer of VICT. Judkins says while Australians have yet to know ICTSI as a global company, the start of operations of VICT will deliver a level of efficiency in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bringing back the devilmanagement. Here is a different approach." And if it works, Ritchie highlights
Bringing back the devil
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
management. Here is a different approach." And if it works, Ritchie highlights the plan's potential to inspire in Australians a whole new way of looking at their own backyard. "So much of what you read about in the news, especially when... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Wallabies coach Cheika points finger at French refbitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees
Wallabies coach Cheika points finger at French ref
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 hours ago
bitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees had a "pre-determined position" about the Australians. The Wallabies have now lost six Tests in a row, three of them against New Zealand and statistics in their... Read more
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The Courier
Investment schemes overtake fake romance as the top money-spinner for scammers: ACCCscams has have now overtaken dating and romance scams as the category with the
Investment schemes overtake fake romance as the top money-spinner for scammers: ACCC
The Courier / Posted 11 hours ago
scams has have now overtaken dating and romance scams as the category with the biggest financial loss to victims. Australians are being urged to be wary of out-of-the-blue share, managed funds and superannuation offers, after losses to... Read more
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World Surf League
Carmichael and Bevilacqua Clinch Pro Anglet TitlesAustralians Wade Carmichael and Claire Bevilacqua have won the Pro Anglet today
Carmichael and Bevilacqua Clinch Pro Anglet Titles
World Surf League / Posted 11 hours ago
Australians Wade Carmichael and Claire Bevilacqua have won the Pro Anglet today in clean two foot waves to conclude another fantastic week of surfing in the French Basque Country. Carmichael and Marc Lacomare put on a great show in the final,... Read more
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The Age
Study finds supermarket meals for toddlers contain recommended daily salt intake in one serveto have these special foods for kids is the main problem": Dr Rosemary Stanton.
Study finds supermarket meals for toddlers contain recommended daily salt intake in one serve
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
to have these special foods for kids is the main problem": Dr Rosemary Stanton. Around 80 per cent of the salt consumed by Australians is already in foods when they are purchased, while the last national nutrition survey found 100 per cent of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dogs v cats? It turns out we have a clear financial favouriteare far more devoted to their dogs than their feline friends – or at least when
Dogs v cats? It turns out we have a clear financial favourite
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
are far more devoted to their dogs than their feline friends – or at least when it comes to vet bills. The survey of 2033 Australians by comparison website finder.com.au found the average dog owner is prepared to spend up to $4128 in one hit at... Read more
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The Border Mail
Barack Obama puts climate change at fore at G20 summitof the G20 summit in Brisbane, announcing a $US3 billion contribution to the Gr
Barack Obama puts climate change at fore at G20 summit
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
of the G20 summit in Brisbane, announcing a $US3 billion contribution to the Green Climate Fund, and calling on young Australians to pressure politicians to resist vested interests and tackle global warming. In a wide-ranging speech he also... Read more
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iafrica.com
Cheika points finger at French refbitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees
Cheika points finger at French ref
iafrica.com / Posted 13 hours ago
bitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees had a "pre-determined position" about the Australians. The Wallabies have now lost six Tests in a row, three of them against New Zealand and statistics in their... Read more
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Super Sport
Cheika points finger at French refbitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees
Cheika points finger at French ref
Super Sport / Posted 13 hours ago
bitterly disappointed, to be honest," Cheika said, questioning whether referees had a "pre-determined position" about the Australians. The Wallabies have now lost six tests in a row, three of them against New Zealand and statistics in their... Read more
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Canberra Times
Quade Cooper didn't get a chance to shine: All Blacks coach Steve Hansenusually in the air. "He did pretty well. It's not a one-man game. It's not Qua
Quade Cooper didn't get a chance to shine: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
usually in the air. "He did pretty well. It's not a one-man game. It's not Quade Cooper against the All Blacks, it's 23 Australians versus 23 All Blacks. "I think for a guy who hasn't played for a long time, he went pretty well." There was a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika takes swipe at refereethree-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane wi
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika takes swipe at referee
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
three-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane without an invitation being extended to the Australians. Referring to the attitudes off the match officials, Cheika said Welsh referee Nigel Owens also took a certain... Read more
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SportsFan
Cheika blasts Poite, files rugby complaintthree-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane wi
Cheika blasts Poite, files rugby complaint
SportsFan / Posted 14 hours ago
three-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane without an invitation being extended to the Australians. Cheika blasted Poite for "absolutely ignoring" approaches from Australia captain Stephen Moore to seek... Read more
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Canberra Times
The surprising hot spot for overseas credit-card fraud is the United Statesto Sydney. The latest report on payment card fraud from the Australian Payment
The surprising hot spot for overseas credit-card fraud is the United States
Canberra Times / Posted 14 hours ago
to Sydney. The latest report on payment card fraud from the Australian Payments Clearing Association shows fraud against Australians using credit cards overseas, particularly in the United States, has risen dramatically. Between 2014 and 2015,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Matthew Hayden bags cricket system and wants player powermuch of an influence. Matthew Hayden has described Australia's cricket system
Matthew Hayden bags cricket system and wants player power
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 hours ago
much of an influence. Matthew Hayden has described Australia's cricket system as 'horse shit'. Photo: Anthony Johnson The Australians were flummoxed by the Sri Lankan spinners, having been confident heading into the campaign they had the necessary... Read more
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NZCity
Dominant All Blacks retain Bledilsloe Cuphome crowd in a patchy display. Bernard Foley was exposed defensively in an un
Dominant All Blacks retain Bledilsloe Cup
NZCity / Posted 15 hours ago
home crowd in a patchy display. Bernard Foley was exposed defensively in an unfamiliar role one place outside Cooper. The Australians were effective on scramble defence, not allowing the simple tries on offer in Sydney. The All Blacks had a... Read more
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SportsFan
Wallabies mindset right, says CheikaWestpac Stadium crowd. All Blacks skipper Kieran Read said they'd be fools to
Wallabies mindset right, says Cheika
SportsFan / Posted 16 hours ago
Westpac Stadium crowd. All Blacks skipper Kieran Read said they'd be fools to expect another limp performance from the Australians. "We certainly love playing for the Bledisloe Cup. We know it's a big Test, every time we play against Australia... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
We just don't need to tell the worldand I never seem to hear such comments about the opposition. The typical one w
We just don't need to tell the world
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
and I never seem to hear such comments about the opposition. The typical one we hear is "we need to be hard-nosed like the Australians", or worse still, "arrogant like the Americans". For me, I couldn't disagree more. It's simply a case of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The hot dogs were long, the queues even longer, as American college football touched Down Underis massive in the States, where fans' loyalties are not split between four diff
The hot dogs were long, the queues even longer, as American college football touched Down Under
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
is massive in the States, where fans' loyalties are not split between four different football codes. Even if all 24 million Australians watched, they'd still be outnumbered by the Americans tuning in for the biggest college games, which can also... Read more
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