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Melbourne Victory claim first W-League premiership

Kerr cut the deficit with a header soon after the interval but somehow the home side couldn’t find a second. The missed opportunities proved costly for Glory who needed a point to jump from fourth to second and lock up a home semi-final. Victory’s Christine Nairn scored the first goal …

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Australia v Sri Lanka Live: Day two, second Test, Manuka Oval

Sri Lankan opening batsman Dimuth hits Aussie spearhead Mitchell Starc for four off the first ball of the innings! Catches win matches as they say, which means dropping them can lose them too. There were three BIG carpeted chances from the Sri Lankans in Australia’s innings. It means Dhananjaya de Silva, …

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Retired WA priest extradited to Britain on sex assault charges

Sussex: An Anglican priest from Perth, Western Australia, has been extradited to Britain to face sex assault charges dating back to the 1970s and 80s. Meirion Griffiths, 80, from Maddington in Perth, was charged on an extradition warrant issued by Westminster magistrates court in London in December 2016, Sussex police …

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A lot of good apples in the Big Apple

They wrote in a recent paper that New York has had a “public space renaissance” in the past two decades that, in the face of rising land values and sometimes suffocating density, is “nothing short of amazing”. And therein lies one of those nuggets of New York magic: when you’re almost always …

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Labor’s unprincipled attack on refunds

As individual marginal tax rates differ — sometimes substantially — from the corporate rate, the choice of where to levy the tax potentially makes a big difference to the return to individual shareholders. Australia’s imputation system taxes dividends at the marginal rate of the individual shareholder, and credits (or imputes) the tax already …

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Pub sales start the new year on a strong note

He has appointed HTL Property to sell the two pubs, after the agency sold the popular Coopers Hotel, Newtown, in Sydney’s inner west last week for a suggested price of about $13.5 million. ”I’ve decided I want to focus on my start-up Frank Strongs business, which is brewed like a …

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