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Daily Archives: September 3, 2019

‘Didn’t mean to be disrespectful’: Seibold apologises for Keary sledge

Loading But the Broncos coach backed down from his comments on Tuesday night and Seibold said he tried to apologise to Keary over the phone. “I do apologise to Luke. I actually rang Adam O’Brien who is the assistant there at the Roosters,” Seibold told Fox Sports. “I rang looking …

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Tamil family fighting to stay in Australia to learn outcome of last-ditch legal bid

Loading Mr Albanese will meet community leaders on Wednesday to call on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to allow the family to return to the rural town near Gladstone whether they win or lose a final court application to stay. Crowds are gathering outside the Federal Court in Melbourne, where the …

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Socceroo Taggart relishing taking advice from former striker Arnold

“You’ve obviously seen him do it with all of his teams previously so it’s nice to be involved in that, especially after the last camp to get a taste of it and now this camp,” the 26-year-old said of the Socceroos coach. Loading “It’s just something I want to take …

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Teenage driver killed in crash with truck on Brisbane’s northside

A teenager has died in a crash involving a sedan and truck in Brisbane’s north overnight. Emergency services were called to the intersection of Gympie Road and Webster Road at Aspley just after midnight. The 19-year-old male driver of a Toyota Celica, who lived in Kelvin Grove, was treated for …

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MPs push for Queensland to be split into two states

A small cohort of Queensland politicians want to boot Brisbane. By that they mean cut the state in half and let the north rule itself with its own economy, parliament, name, flag and constitution. Robbie Katter and a band of nothern cohorts wants north Queensland to secede from the state.Credit:Darren …

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Hundreds rally at Parliament as WA euthanasia laws clear first hurdle

It is understood Mr Rundle was travelling to his electorate to attend the Newdegate Field Day. Mr Blayney said he didn’t expect a first vote on the issue and was expecting speeches to continue beyond last night. Both men had indicated they would support the bill. Once the legislation clears …

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Global fashion icons ‘poached’ from King St to Raine Square

“The leasing agent poached their tenants for Raine Square, then advertised their properties on King Street without authority. The owners never gave consent to market them,” the source said. The source said Tiffany & Co and Louis Vuitton, which was at 33 King Street, also had their leases paid out …

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How ex-NBL player helped put Turks within seconds of toppling Team USA

American-born, naturalised Turkish point guard Scottie Wilbekin, who led the Taipans to the NBL finals four years ago, had 12 points and three assists as he went play-for-play with Kemba Walker in overtime. Loading A demolition looked likely after the United States raced into a 10-2 lead but the Turks …

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Huawei trade ban continues to cloud future of company’s smartphones

“It’s clear that this decision is politically motivated and has nothing to do with national security,” the Chinese company said in a statement sent to the press. “Attempts to suppress Huawei’s business won’t help the United States achieve technological leadership.” The order from the US government means Huawei cannot buy …

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