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How Ireland can beat the All Blacks … and it’s not complicated

“I certainly think so,” he said when asked whether Ireland would benefit from the run-out. “We’d like to think that nobody thinks it’s nice playing against Ireland. We’ll certainly be hard to beat.” Direct approach: Ireland have beaten the All Blacks in two out of their last three clashes.Credit:PA Ireland …

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Texas woman was playing video game with her nephew when shot by police

Jefferson’s nephew was still in the bedroom when she was killed, Merritt said. The killing of a young woman in her own home devastated Fort Worth leaders and residents, who on Sunday said they were still struggling to make sense of the chain of events. Many drew parallels between Jefferson’s …

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‘I’d like to go home now’: Jailed bus driver who crashed into Melbourne bridge walks free

“I’d like to say sorry to all my passengers. Love and support from both our families and all of our friends,” he said. He thanked his legal team “as well as all of the people of Victoria who have gotten us four through the last 306 days”. Jack Aston after …

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What the All Blacks’ ‘revolutionary’ TV rights deal could mean for sport

Whether you fear them, admire them, or detest them, most agree the New Zealand All Blacks are standard bearers for excellence in world sport. And the iconic team may just have set a new standard for excellence with its latest broadcast rights deal. Sky New Zealand, the dominant pay TV …

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Player pact keeps King on the Gold Coast

The re-signing is a major development for the Suns as they rebuild their list but could also have ramifications for the two remaining days of the trade period. The Saints, who are eager to trade in Bradley Hill, Zak Jones, Dougal Howard, Paddy Ryder and Dan Butler, could now conceivably …

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King extends contract with Gold Coast

The Gold Coast Suns have re-signed full-forward Ben King for two more years through to the end of 2022. The re-signing is a major development for the Suns as they rebuild their list but could also have ramifications for the three remaining days of the trade period. Ben King. Credit:AAP …

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CYBG Plc up 11pc in rising market

The trade deal struck between the United States and China following talks in Washington last week should be regarded more as a truce, rather than a breakthrough, according to strategists at the National Australia Bank (NAB). “The only public commitments made were for China to buy more agricultural goods and …

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Alumina hopeful looks to big players as Welshpool pilot plant yields promising results

WA-based high purity alumina hopeful FYI Resources has confirmed it is talking to big companies as it advances its Cadoux mine and Kwinana plant project. FYI(ASX: FYI) wants to dig kaolin, a fine white clay used in fine china and paper, out of a $15 million mine and transport it …

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Second teen charged with stabbing murder of teenager in Kings Park

He was expected to appear before a children’s court on Monday. No one was injured during the arrest. Mr Hakiwai died in hospital after the alleged attack, while 18-year-old brother Nate, who also sufferered life-threatening stab wounds, has since been discharged. A sketch of Joshua Horton, who faced court on …

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PM’s confidential talking points inadvertently sent to journalists

Assuring backbenchers it has the problem under control, the Prime Minister’s Office blames Labor for granting 6900 visas to asylum seekers who came by air in the three years to 2013, compared with 4780 visas under the Coalition over the past three years. “The government is focusing resources both on …

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