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Honda to have ‘all tests necessary’ after injury forces derby miss

Loading Muscat and his football department were hazy about the reasons for Honda’s withdrawal from the big match pre-game. When the team sheets were released before kick-off and Honda’s name was not on it, all the media, spectators and television viewing public were told was that it was a ”precautionary” withdrawal. …

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Man living in his car held up at knife point and robbed of everything

“The guy was saying that if I didn’t get out he’d put me in hospital. “It was one guy but I don’t know how many other people were in the abandoned house. “Drugs were definitely involved.” Friend and founder of South West Australian Homeless People Jonathan Shapiera said the man …

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Shotgun politics dooms untold numbers of birds

Only two out of every 1000 Victorians went duck shooting this year, but it seems the government considers these people more special than our native wildlife. Joan Reilly, Surrey Hills Ill wind blows some good The emission “targets” we are missing are themselves a disgrace (“Australia to miss emission target”, …

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Teen who struck policeman with his car charged with attempted murder

Loading The police officer was taken to Logan Hospital with a minor leg injury for treatment. Police said that, a short time later, the vehicle collided with a police car nearby after it failed to stop and a tyre stinger was used. The 18-year-old Spring Creek man is charged with …

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Ruling close on Mooy fitness for Asian Cup: Arnold

Huddersfield and the Socceroos will compare notes on Sunday (Monday AEDT) and come to an agreement on the 28-year-old’s availability. Nobody believes Mooy will be fit for Australia’s group stage opener with Jordan on January 6, but the discussion will be whether Mooy can recover for the later stages of …

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US government shutdown could stretch to Thursday

Large sections of the federal government closed at 12:01am on Saturday in the third shutdown of Trump’s 23 months in office. It was an ignominious end to a year that began much the same way, with a three-day government shutdown in January. The latest breakdown, which hinges on the impulses …

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City stunned as five-star United rediscover their EPL swagger

There was more good news for the Reds as fourth-placed Chelsea also squandered their unbeaten home record with a 1-0 defeat by Leicester City. Arsenal kept up their pursuit in fifth, thanks to a double from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in a 3-1 home win over Burnley that put the Gabonese striker …

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Sylvia Jeffreys confirms she is leaving the Today show

The Today show newsreader Sylvia Jeffreys has announced she will be leaving the breakfast program but will remain with Channel 9. The announcement comes four days after her husband, Peter Stefanovic, revealed he was parting company with the broadcaster. It was also revealed late last week her brother-in-law, Karl Stefanovic …

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Man stabbed, woman in custody in South Coogee

A man has been stabbed and a woman is in custody after a domestic violence-related incident at a home in South Coogee. Police were called to the home on Elphinstone Road shortly bfore 3am on Sunday, after a 25-year-old man was stabbed in the shoulder. He was taken to Prince …

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Kate Waterhouse hands ‘It’ girl crown to Nadia Fairfax

First Base the new PE Nation? It’s official: Australia is obsessed with athleisure wear (clothing designed for workouts but is instead worn in social situations). The effortless trend has become a wardrobe staple around the world, and last week Aussie label First Base opened their first standalone store in Paddington …

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