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Business Spectator
Rio tipped for alumina takeoverSome of the world’s biggest miners are believed to be positioning themselves fo
Rio tipped for alumina takeover
Business Spectator / Posted 9 minutes ago
Some of the world’s biggest miners are believed to be positioning themselves for transformational takeover deals, with speculation mounting that Rio Tinto could be circling Alcoa’s $5 billion alumina business and that the coal giant Glencore is... Read more
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express
Australian hospital refuses to send asylum seeker's injured baby back to detention camp AN Australian hospital is refusing to send an asylum seeker's injured baby ba
Australian hospital refuses to send asylum seeker's injured baby back to detention camp
express / Posted 13 minutes ago
AN Australian hospital is refusing to send an asylum seeker's injured baby back to an island detention camp. The #LetThemStay campaign supports the hospital... Read more
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New Kerala
Martina lift St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, register 40th straight match winSt Petersburg, Feb 14 : Continuing their dominance on the Tennis court, Indian
Martina lift St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, register 40th straight match win
New Kerala / Posted 25 minutes ago
St Petersburg, Feb 14 : Continuing their dominance on the Tennis court, Indian star Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis won their 40th straight match to lift the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy on Sunday. Mirza and Hingis defeated... Read more
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The Border Mail
Marathon milk can last for three weeks in the fridgeLactose free, organic, permeate free, gluten free, light, easy to digest - ther
Marathon milk can last for three weeks in the fridge
The Border Mail / Posted 45 minutes ago
Lactose free, organic, permeate free, gluten free, light, easy to digest - there is no end to choices when buying the white stuff that comes from cows. Lactose free, organic, permeate free, gluten free, light, easy to digest – there is no end to the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Christopher Niesche: Lost decade as Oz shares go sidewaysStatistics show market failing to produce solid and consistent returns for inve
Christopher Niesche: Lost decade as Oz shares go sideways
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 48 minutes ago
Statistics show market failing to produce solid and consistent returns for investors as property prices soar. House prices in Sydney and Melbourne are up 92 per cent over the past decade. Photo / Supplied It's the lost decade - the 10 years in... Read more
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The Courier
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
The Courier / Posted 52 minutes ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Rio tipped for alumina takeoverSome of the world’s biggest miners are believed to be positioning themselves fo
Rio tipped for alumina takeover
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
Some of the world’s biggest miners are believed to be positioning themselves for transformational takeover deals. Some of the world’s biggest miners are believed to be positioning themselves for transformational takeover deals, with speculation... Read more
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The Courier Mail
TPG, Carlyle eye GreencrossA private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle Group is expecte
TPG, Carlyle eye Greencross
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
A private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle Group is expected to announce today a sweetened deal to buy the vet chain Greencross, valuing the business at $769 million. A private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle... Read more
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examiner.com
Vinci wins St Petersburg Ladies Trophy over Bencic in straight setsThis was the first time both had met each other in a match let alone a final wh
Vinci wins St Petersburg Ladies Trophy over Bencic in straight sets
examiner.com / Posted an hour ago
This was the first time both had met each other in a match let alone a final where either would become St. Petersburg’s first champion. The 18-year-old Swiss star has been on the court much longer than last year’s U.S Open finalist who last played at... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Business Spectator
TPG, Carlyle eye GreencrossA private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle Group is expecte
TPG, Carlyle eye Greencross
Business Spectator / Posted an hour ago
A private equity consortium led by TPG Capital and The Carlyle Group is expected to announce today a sweetened deal to buy the vet chain Greencross, valuing the business at $769 million. The latest deal at $6.75 per share trumps an earlier... Read more
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The Young Witness
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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The Young Witness
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Western Advocate
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Western Advocate
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Manning River Times
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Manning River Times
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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New Kerala
Martina win 13th title, stretch winning run to 40St. Petersburg, Feb 14 : Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner M
Martina win 13th title, stretch winning run to 40
New Kerala / Posted an hour ago
St. Petersburg, Feb 14 : Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis won the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy here on Sunday and extended their remarkable winning streak to 40 matches in the process. The top seeded Indo-Swiss... Read more
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The North West Star
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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The North West Star
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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The Border Mail
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI testsOne in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men a
Chlamydia culprits: men, teenagers more likely to skip STI tests
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
One in five Australians ignores a GP's request for a chlamydia test - and men are the worst offenders. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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The Border Mail
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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The Courier
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release. A decision on whether explosive... Read more
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Khaleej Times
This tournament is special for me: Halep�Simona Halep was once described by a revered American columnist as a 'scrappy
This tournament is special for me: Halep
Khaleej Times / Posted 2 hours ago
�Simona Halep was once described by a revered American columnist as a 'scrappy player from Romania, short but with potent ground strokes, and a scrambler's talent'. That was in 2010 -- much before the pint-sized baseliner began taking giant strides... Read more
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dna
Unstoppable SanTina win 40 in a row: Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis lift St Petersburg Ladies TrophyIndian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis extended the
Unstoppable SanTina win 40 in a row: Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis lift St Petersburg Ladies Trophy
dna / Posted 2 hours ago
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis extended their winning streak to 40 after clinching the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy on Sunday. The top-seeded pair continued their imperious form as they swept aside the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tiny worms 'key to understanding nerve degeneration'Caenorhabditis elegans, nerve degeneration. Photo: Dr Rosina Giordano-Santini/Q
Tiny worms 'key to understanding nerve degeneration'
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Caenorhabditis elegans, nerve degeneration. Photo: Dr Rosina Giordano-Santini/QBI Tiny worms measuring just 1mm in length could hold the key to unravelling diseases such as Alzheimers and Parkinsons. Scientists are closer to understanding nerve... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid moves by Labor members of a parliamentary committee to push for their release. The secret recording by the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Men aren't pulling their weight with 'silent disease' chlamydiaYoung people are the most likely to contract chlamydia - and the least likely t
Men aren't pulling their weight with 'silent disease' chlamydia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Young people are the most likely to contract chlamydia - and the least likely to follow up with testing. It's easily treatable with antibiotics, and testing is as quick and painless as a urine sample or a swab. Yet one in five young Australians... Read more
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The Courier
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissentersAn Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organis
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissenters
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
An Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger". A Canberra infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger" after its... Read more
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The Courier
Whooping cough cases more than double in CanberraThe ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figur
Whooping cough cases more than double in Canberra
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figures reveal cases more than doubled in 2015. The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year. Figures reveal there were 487 whooping cough cases... Read more
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Daily Star
NOTORIOUS: 'Racist' chicken shop in Biggie troubleREADY TO FRY: Some customers feel the photoshopped fried chicken perpetuates ra
NOTORIOUS: 'Racist' chicken shop in Biggie trouble
Daily Star / Posted 2 hours ago
READY TO FRY: Some customers feel the photoshopped fried chicken perpetuates racist sterotypes A CHICKEN shop accused of displaying racist posters has promised to remove the offensive decor. Comedian Aamer Rahman, 33, posted pictures of the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissentersAn Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organis
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissenters
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
An Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger". A Canberra infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger" after its... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Whooping cough cases more than double in CanberraThe ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figur
Whooping cough cases more than double in Canberra
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figures reveal cases more than doubled in 2015. The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year. Figures reveal there were 487 whooping cough cases... Read more
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The Young Witness
Whooping cough cases more than double in CanberraThe ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figur
Whooping cough cases more than double in Canberra
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year, as figures reveal cases more than doubled in 2015. The ACT struggled through a dramatic rise in whooping cough last year. Figures reveal there were 487 whooping cough cases... Read more
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The Young Witness
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissentersAn Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organis
WHO told to toughen up, sanction outbreak dissenters
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
An Australian infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger". A Canberra infectious diseases expert is calling on the World Health Organisation not to remain "a toothless tiger" after its... Read more
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The Age
Victorian jumps jockeys get chance to learn from maestro MullinsWillie Mullins: The Irish trainer will help guide Victorian jumps pair Dara O'M
Victorian jumps jockeys get chance to learn from maestro Mullins
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Willie Mullins: The Irish trainer will help guide Victorian jumps pair Dara O'Meachair and Adam Roustoby. Photo: Getty Images Victorian jumps jockeys Dara O'Meachair and Adam Roustoby have been given a huge chance to hone their skills by working at... Read more
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The Age
Mahuta makes it six on the spin and heads for the GuineasBrad Rawiller guides Mahuta to victory in the Autumn Stakes. Photo: Getty Image
Mahuta makes it six on the spin and heads for the Guineas
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Brad Rawiller guides Mahuta to victory in the Autumn Stakes. Photo: Getty Images Darren Weir's tough-as-teak galloper Mahuta booked himself a place in the Australian Guineas when he made it six wins on end in the group 2 Autumn Stakes at Caulfield... Read more
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The Age
Gerald Ryan king of the Snitzels again as Perignon uncorks Light Fingers Stakes winThe winners keep coming: Tim Clark rides Perignon (right) to victory in the Lig
Gerald Ryan king of the Snitzels again as Perignon uncorks Light Fingers Stakes win
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
The winners keep coming: Tim Clark rides Perignon (right) to victory in the Light Fingers Stakes at Randwick. Photo: bradleyphotos.com.au It is debatable whether Gerald Ryan has ever taken to the "King of the Snitzels" tag. You know the one... Read more
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The Age
Drugs and cheating not a big problem in Vic racing, says trainers' chiefAustralian Trainers' Association chief Andrew Nicholl is adamant there is not a
Drugs and cheating not a big problem in Vic racing, says trainers' chief
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Australian Trainers' Association chief Andrew Nicholl is adamant there is not a systemic doping problem in Victoria. Photo: Tim Clayton Lurid headlines about horses being doped, trainers cheating and nefarious practices by various vets and licensed... Read more
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The Age
James Magnussen hopes to fire Missile at Rio Olympic GamesRaring for Rio: Australian swimmer James Magnussen says his injury-forced lay-o
James Magnussen hopes to fire Missile at Rio Olympic Games
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Raring for Rio: Australian swimmer James Magnussen says his injury-forced lay-off has ignited his Olympic fire. Photo: Jamila Toderas The pain of sitting on the couch while someone else claimed his world title has ignited the fire inside James... Read more
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The Age
Sport News: NRL, Super 15, Cricket, A-League, Wallabies, SocceroosHighlights It's a shame Brendon McCullum couldn't have at least played the Wor
Sport News: NRL, Super 15, Cricket, A-League, Wallabies, Socceroos
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Highlights It's a shame Brendon McCullum couldn't have at least played the World Twenty20. Some fans will recoil at the notion of Mick Malthouse acting as the good shepherd to a portion of the 34 during their season in exile. From turns on a... Read more
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The Age
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapesA decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret
Inquiry to decide on release of secret Cunneen tapes
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid moves by Labor members of a parliamentary committee to push for their release. The secret recording by the... Read more
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