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Apple leans in to video games with exclusive subscription service

A sizzle reel also showed off games that have previously been announced for other consoles, including The Pathless from Giant Squid, Sayonara Wild Hearts from Simogo and Hot Lava from Klei. Australian-made games confirmed for the service include No Way Home by SMG, Projection: First Light by Shadowplay,Down in Bermuda …

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‘She doesn’t speak for us’: Liberals disown Teena McQueen after Q&A appearance

Loading She accused him of “inciting violence” but could not provide any details to back her allegation, which host Tony Jones warned was “probably defamatory”. When pressed for details, Ms McQueen retreated and said: “It was definitely hate speech”. She also dismissed far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, who was banned by …

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Barnaby Joyce says Nationals must shift to the right to counter Shooters threat

“They believe you have too much regulation on tree clearing. Too much regulation on the ownership of firearms, too much regulation on everything you do on your land. Loading “They believe an urban constituency assuages their guilt by putting further restrictions on regional people.” Asked whether those beliefs were, in …

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‘Smell of smoke’: Melbourne to LA flight diverted to Noumea

United Airlines. A United Airlines flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles has been diverted mid-flight to Noumea. The cause of the diversion is not yet known, however, one passenger said that they could smell smoke on board the plane. The La Tontouta International Airport in Noumea confirmed that flight UA99 was forced to land …

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‘He simply went to work to provide for his family’: Worker loses his foot

“Our thoughts go out to the workers who witnessed that and we’re going to provide counselling for all those workers,” Dr Ayers said. Miladin’s wife Mirela said it had been tough for the whole family. “My husband’s injury has devastated our family,” she said. “He simply went to work to provide …

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Sam Oliver seeks more than $250,000 in ‘coward punch’ defamation case

Mr Oliver said the story wrongly implied that he was guilty of a “cowardly criminal assault” despite his acquittal, as well as a range of other imputations including that he “would have been found guilty of criminal assault had the truth come out in his trial”. Sam Oliver with his …

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Star candidate and controversial doctor in race to replace Craig Laundy in Reid

The Sydney-born Chinese Australian would not confirm whether he would nominate but party sources said he has been encouraged by senior Liberals to run. “My end goal is to make a difference, whether it’s in state or federal politics, in business or in charity, 100 per cent,” he said. “People …

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‘It’s becoming cultural’: Essendon have forgotten how to win big games

Round one, hope and expectation, big offseason recruits. All the hype was there for Essendon in the pre-season. But the Bombers looked listless in a horrendous loss to the Giants and now they’re left with heartbreak, disappointment and angry fans. This week on The Age Real Footy Podcast, Michael Gleeson, …

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Panthers cautious with Yeo, defend handling to NRL

Yeo saw an independent doctor to undergo testing on Monday, standard practice when a player is asked to undergo a HIA twice in the space of the season. Loading The fact Yeo’s knock came just five days after the Jennings hit means the Panthers, who will host the Storm in …

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Marvel wing to be dug up ahead of round two

The AFL will this week rip up the troublesome section of Marvel Stadium turf that marred the pair of opening round games played at the venue in a bid to ensure the league-owned venue is ready for round two. Both the Western Bulldogs v Sydney and St Kilda v Gold …

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