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Daily Archives: September 28, 2019

Police bitten, headbutted after dozens ejected from the AFL grand final

Police have been bitten, head butted and struck in the face in ugly incidents during and after Saturday’s grand final. Among the incidents, the father of GWS footballer Toby Greene has been charged with head butting a female police officer. In separate incidents at the ground, another police officer was bitten …

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Cheika won’t be fooled by Welsh high-ball red herring

Cheika said he wasn’t fooled by the talk that Adam Ashley-Cooper and Marika Koroibete will spend the game looking skyward, suggesting it could be a classic red herring from counterpart Warren Gatland. “I’m not sure where this has come from, that we’re going to get a barrage of kicks” Cheika …

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Three teenagers taken to hospital after crash north of Brisbane

Three teenagers have been taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash about 20 kilometres north of Brisbane’s CBD. Paramedics, including critical-care paramedics, were called to Folkstone Avenue at Albany Creek just after 5am on Sunday. A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said two teenagers were trapped in one vehicle …

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Beckenham brawl: Out of control party in Perth’s east leads to two arrests

Two people have been charged following an out-of-control-gathering at a house in Perth’s east overnight. Police were called to a Lynstead Street address in Beckenham about 10.10pm following reports of fighting in the backyard of a house where a party was being held. Officers responded and found about 100 people …

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Ten years too long: Clarke backs Australia to win cycling gold

Reflecting a decade later, Clarke, now captain of national squad that will contest Sunday’s elite men’s road world championships in Yorkshire, England, has underlined the importance of team cohesion in Australia’s gold medal bid that Michael Matthews will spearhead. Loading “To compare it to footy, it’s like getting the Australian …

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Australian thrower Denny in the frame for world discus medal

“Daniel’s definitely the one to beat,” said the 23-year-old Denny. “The guy is pushing the world record so if he puts half-decent throws together he’s beating everyone. “I just want to compete, do my best for myself and what the other boys do is what happens. “If I put it …

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Keary high shot shouldn’t rub him out of grand final: Robinson

“If it’s consistent, it’d be pretty certain he’d be playing that’s week, that’s for sure,” Robinson said after his team’s win over the Storm. The incident came moments after a fierce Kaufusi fend to Keary’s face, and the Roosters No.6 retaliated by pulling a chunk of the forward’s hair. Combantants: …

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Perth’s CBD woes are real, but the only way it’ll get better is if we show it love

However the article fails really to acknowledge the broader picture of the retail recession that we’rein; as reported by WAtoday, WA is the second worst performing in the country according to CommSec’s latest State of the States, not to mention disruptive technologies like Ubereats andAmazon each playing their part. Of …

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Veteran journalist steps in as new lord mayor candidate for Labor

“You don’t have to be a politician to know that ratepayers are being ripped off. “There is a vast amount of ratepayers’ money being wasted. “The LNP spend ratepayers money on $300 cab rides to Cher concerts and about $4 million on shameless self-promotion by lord mayor Adrian Schrinner.” Mr …

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