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Daily Archives: September 25, 2019

Celtic boss Lennon sings Rogic’s praises on injury return

The 26-year-old injured his ankle in Celtic’s Scottish Cup victory three months ago which forced him to miss Australia’s World Cup qualifier against Kuwait on September 10. “He is in the best best condition I have seen, the definition in his body and work rate away from the games has …

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Charlie Teo’s daughter charged over crash involving former bikie boss Jock Ross

Nicole “Nikki” Teo underwent mandatory blood and urine tests, and was on Thursday charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, negligent driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, not keeping left and not giving her particulars to police. Ms Teo allegedly refused to give her version of the accident to police. …

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Perth family devastated by loss of boy, 6, in car park tragedy

The Somali community were rallying around the family on Wednesday night. “Very tragic, it’s kind of sent a shock for her to believe her boy was just running around here playing and already dead in seconds,” Hassan Egal, President of the Somali Community of WA, said. Families laid flowers at …

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Markets Live: Wall Street rebounds, ASX set to follow

IG MARKETS SPONSORED POST Wall Street rallied on fresh trade-war headlines overnight. However, investors remain confused and concerned about what an impeachment inquiry into US President Trump could mean for financial markets. Market sentiment was juiced by a handful of stories yesterday and overnight, painting a more positive outlook for …

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Son of Thorpe’s ex-coach to face 47 more charges after alleged sexual assaults

Mr Frost’s father, Doug, was Thorpe’s swimming coach during the time of the alleged assaults. Police say Mr Frost was working at the Doug Frost Swim School part-time at the time of the assaults before the swim school was deregistered in 2012. After the closure of the pool, Paul Frost …

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Struggling United avoid further crisis after scraping past League One side on penalties

However, League One teams Oxford, Burton and Sunderland all knocked out Premier League teams. Loading Oxford accounted for West Ham, who made made nine changes and paid for it it as they were embarrassed 4-0, with goals from Elliott Moore, Matty Taylor, Tarique Fosu-Henry and Shandon Baptiste in the second …

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8@eight: ASX set to lift despite global uncertainty

4. King Dollar fighting for its crown: Of market-specific concern, the US Dollar spiked last night. A single cause is tough to ascertain as to why today the Greenback decided to rip higher. A combination of causes are being given. Continued funkiness in US money market, which is driving a …

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Four ways to flatter Trump: The Ukrainian President’s guide

“Actually, last time I traveled to the United States, I stayed in New York near Central Park, and I stayed at the Trump Tower,” Zelensky told Trump, according to the rough transcript. Trump has publicly touted his properties at least 70 times as president, including last month, when he suggested …

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Andy crosses town to get his caffeine (and job) fix

AimBig general manager Terry Wilson said the repetitive nature of making coffee suited many trainees, especially people with autism, who followed set steps. Poised for success: Barista Andy Kenny serves a crowd at the launch of BusyBeans Cafe. Credit:Andrew Gito One trainee, however, ‘‘absolutely froze’’ when the blue cloth he …

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Police officer, teen girl hit by allegedly stolen car

A police officer and a teenage girl have been hospitalised after being hit by an allegedly stolen car driven by a 19-year-old man north of Geelong. The teenage girl had been a passenger in the car, but had just been removed and arrested by the officer. A leading senior constable …

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