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Bombers mourn long-time club doctor Bruce Reid

Reid was embroiled in the Bombers’ supplements saga but was ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing. Reid had only days ago been elevated to legend status at Essendon, alongside Neale Daniher, Gavin Wanganeen and Dustin Fletcher. “Both Neale and Bruce have been fighting respective health issues in recent years, so I …

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Haynes, Whitfield share Kevin Sheedy Medal

The challenge is there for the Giants’ younger brigade to step up next year with only three players aged 23 or under in the top 10 and significant changes to the list after the departures of first choice quartet Cameron, Zac Williams, Aidan Corr and Heath Shaw. Lachie Whitfield, left, …

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Australians massively overestimate role of oil and gas in economy

Australians overestimate the number of jobs created by the gas industry by 40 times and 80 per cent believe climate change impacts are already being experienced. New research to be launched by NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean today demonstrates that the gas industry has an outsized influence in the national …

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Kennett to rule Hawks until at least 75

Kennett will also continue to oversee the club’s planned relocation from Waverley to Dingley and steer the Hawks’ push for an AFLW team. Kennett informed Hawthorn members of his decision in a letter on Tuesday. “Can I report that at the close of nominations for your board, as there were …

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No trick: Families’ Halloween treat after restrictions eased

Ms Devine said the family were thrilled that eased restritions would allow their children to celebrate this year. “I think it’s pretty awesome,” Ms Devine said. “I was noticing people putting decorations up today.” Mr Weier said their daughter Olwyn was looking forward to donning her Princess Peach garb with …

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Victoria building QR code check-in tool to bolster COVID defence

The ACT has developed an app that residents use to scan into venues like restaurants and shops. The technology, a similar version of which is used by NSW and countries including New Zealand and South Korea, allows contact tracers immediate access to information about who was in a venue at …

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Vietnam braces for typhoon Molave

Hannoi: Vietnam is rushing to ensure more than half a million people were out of harm’s way, ahead of the arrival of a powerful typhoon set to dump more heavy rain on a central region devastated by weeks of intense weather. Hundreds of flights were cancelled and schools closed in …

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Uber driver pleads guilty to betting on fixed tennis matches

In early October, Singh received a similar sentence for placing wagers worth $1199. Magistrate Hayley Bate said it was clear both men had received information that they used to place bets for profit. Harsimrat Singh outside the County Court in June this year.Credit:Eddie Jim “While I accept neither are to …

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Drug trafficking outreach worker’s sentence halved on appeal

Judge Wilmoth said that Honey’s long-term drug addiction and repeated relapsing meant that he was suitable for a lengthy CCO that would allow authorities to monitor his behaviour. “He has had to deal with the ramifications of that – being publicly vilified for it – because of the opposition of …

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Poll Call: Jones slams ‘bulls–t’ Palmer ads as LNP distances itself

Quite frankly what Clive Palmer is doing right now is bullshit -Outgoing Labor Minister Kate Jones tells us what she really thinks about Mr Palmer’s attack ads. No I wake up very happy every morning. -Annastacia Palaszczuk when asked whether she was angry to wake up and read comments from …

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