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Port warrior Ebert to retire, his final football act one of bravery

After Ebert emotionally embraced several teammates after the siren and led his side down the race, coach Ken Hinkley confirmed the 30-year-old is finished. “It’s pretty clear if you watched coming off the ground tonight, Brad’s done as an AFL player,” Hinkley said. Richmond’s Marlion Pickett acknowledges Port’s Brad Ebert …

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FBI investigates foreign links to Hunter Biden’s emails leak

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign team has denied that any such meeting took place. Loading It has previously been reported that Burisma’s computers were infiltrated by Russian military hackers towards the end of last year. Shortly before the 2016 US election, Russian hackers breached the Democratic National Committee’s systems, leading to …

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Hardwick hails his grand final-bound Tigers as the best yet

“We’ve got some guys who have stepped up and become important players for us. “We’re more consistent across the board and don’t rely on any one player to step up and dominate like other sides to go. Jubilation: The Tigers savour the moment after earning a grand final berth.Credit:Getty Images …

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Trump fatigue: Are Americans turning the channel on Donald’s show?

So when NBC scheduled a town hall with Trump at exactly the same time as an event with Democratic rival Joe Biden on ABC, many Democrats were furious. Surely, they thought, more Americans would tune in to watch the volatile and norm-shattering President rather than the man Trump belittles as …

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Victoria records one new case of coronavirus, no deaths

“We are at a point where we only have a tiny handful of cases each day but the mystery cases are still averaging one a day,” Professor Sutton said. “They are making up a bigger proportion of our daily total, in part because they are the hardest ones to find.” …

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University fees are changing. How will it affect you?

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size As year 12 exam season kicks off around Australia, thousands of students will be weighing up their options for university next year. The federal government has recently made significant changes to the way it funds universities to teach domestic students, in the …

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The pitfalls of positive thinking

Some of the advice contained in this book seems downright alarming. For instance Peale relates the story of being a passenger in a car that he feels is being driven too fast for the conditions on an “icy winter morning”. The driver’s response to Peale’s request to slow down has …

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Suburban offices swell as tenants rethink city towers

Walker Corp is developing the $3.2 billion Parramatta Square in Sydney’s west and owns one of Melbourne’s newest Docklands office complexes, Collins Square, which was recently awarded the Rider Levett Bucknall Victorian Development of the Year. Mr Walker said tenants moving to A-grade offices with large floor plates outside of …

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‘Devastating blow’: Long-running bird conservation program at risk, volunteers say

Volunteers donate their time fencing off the vulnerable nests of shorebirds such as this pied oystercatcher chick at South Durras beach on the NSW South Coast.Credit:Janie Barrett The Herald approached Mr Kean for comment. A spokesperson for the Department of Planning, Industry and the Environment said the program’s success of …

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