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Warner ‘bullish’ as Maxwell makes a statement with century

Maxwell said there was an intense battle within the squad for middle-order roles and players had “to put their hands up and make some big scores and give the selectors something to think about”. Stoinis has not been a part of Australia’s set up since last year’s World Cup when …

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Grant’s chest goal hatched straight from Sydney FC’s training ground

That move sealed the Joe Marston Medal for Grant, who was named man of the match for his impressive performance and title-winning strike. A rare goal scorer, Grant has a knack of hitting the back of the net in finals having scored in 2017 against Melbourne Victory and successfully converting …

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Portland mayor pins blame on Trump for inciting violence after man is shot

“Yesterday’s events began with hundreds of cars filled with supporters of the president rallying in Clackamas County and then driving through downtown Portland. They were supported and energised by the President himself,” said Wheeler. “You’ve tried to divide us more than any other figure in modern history and now, you …

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ASX up 0.3%; Energy and info tech outperforming

Huge falls in sales across almost every industry in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic have been revealed in new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The June quarter business indicator report, which feeds into this week’s national accounts, showed a 3.3 per cent drop in wages and …

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About 4000 homes remain without power as heavy winds hit state again

In the city, St Kilda recorded an 85km/h gust and there was a 70km/h wind recorded at Frankston. “There was another front that came in that brought some pretty strong winds,” Miriam Bradbury, senior forecaster at the Bureau of Meteorology, said. The weather system brought heavy winds but minimal rain. …

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AMP harassment victim’s allegations credible, investigation finds

The release of the findings comes as The Age and the Herald confirm that NSW Police investigated the alleged sexual assault of another female AMP Capital employee by a colleague − not Mr Pahari − in 2014. Details of Mr Burns’ investigation have been released by Ms Szlakowski’s lawyer, Maurice …

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‘We don’t believe in censorship’: Controversial Aboriginal commentator to lead WA festival amid fear of backlash from Noongar people

Loading She is the daughter of former NT minister Bess Price and a controversial figure for many Aboriginal Australians for her views on domestic violence and child protection in Indigenous communities. “Yes, we are aware that Jacinta Price is potentially disruptive but that is exactly why we have chosen to …

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Hard border: ‘The walls close in’ for West Australians on the wrong side of state’s iron ore curtain

“The walls just seem to be closing in and no one’s listening,” Dominic said. “I had my son on the phone today, it’s his 30th birthday tomorrow. I’m stuck over here. I have a three-year-old grandson. “I haven’t been to any of his birthday parties, which I thought I would’ve …

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China claims to take lead in global race to develop vaccine

“In doing so, they could engage in behaviour that has a higher risk…[and] unwittingly put other people at risk. “The reason why vaccines go through phase 3 trials is to reduce the short and long-term risk to the individual,” he said. “Giving vaccine shots without this knowledge places individuals at …

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Race-by-race tips and preview for Tamworth on Monday

Plenty of chances in this. Improving Newcastle four-year-old 1. Meyisti did some work to get over from a wide draw resuming in a handy maiden at Muswellbrook and his effort to stick on was encouraging.Dangers: Another one from that same race, 7. Lord Bronn copped a squeeze just after the …

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