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Tielemans stunner earns Leicester first FA Cup win

Tielemans’s goal will count among the finest to win this 149-year old competition. Collecting the ball centrally he pushed forward and as the Chelsea defence backed off he unleashed a perfectly struck drive which the diving Kepe Arrizabalaga could do nothing about. Chelsea felt there had been a handball in …

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WA choir still on song almost a century since foundation

It was no small feat for such a group to be around for 90 years, she noted. Campbell has had a long and varied career as a classical singer, with stints as a producer and ABC presenter and a host of international performances. Similar to Macliver, she first got involved …

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Scratches and all: Heath Ledger’s treasured possession to go on display at WA Museum

“He called me after that happened and said, ‘I don’t know how many lives I’ve got left’.” Heath Ledger’s Ducati.Credit:Nine News Mr Ledger’s Guildford Grammar friend John DiCandillo – where both their late sons also went to school – is charged with servicing the cycle at his specialist Ducati dealership …

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Blind dates: Dees, Pies show perils and gains of future trading

The Dees had also used futures trading to land Clayton Oliver in 2015 (when they did a swap of first rounders in 2015 and 2016 with Gold Coast) and in 2017 they paid a huge price by trading two first rounders to Adelaide for Jake Lever. When Lever went down …

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Is Tom Trbojevic twice as valuable as anyone else in the NRL? One betting agency thinks so

“In short, Tom Trbojevic has proven over Manly’s latest run they’re a completely different team with him there,” Sportsbet’s Richard Hummerston said. “They were wooden spoon candidates, now they’re looking likely finalists if he stays on the field.” Loading Sportsbet rated Trbojevic a 12-point player before his performance against the …

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Modi missing in action during nation’s deadly crisis

Modi’s supporters argue this has been his style throughout his six years in power, namely, that he chooses when to speak very carefully. Beyond a couple of pre-vetted interviews with sympathetic interviewers throwing him soft balls, he has never spoken to the Indian media. He has never held a press …

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Truth, treaty and the education of AFL great Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson in action for the Brisbane Lions.Credit:Heath Missen As head of engagement for the assembly, Johnson, 44, manages a team of nine people getting information to and from the elected members and their communities throughout Victoria. Each day listening to elders is another step in his personal education. “It’s …

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Community vital in turning tide of domestic violence

Growing up in the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky, J.D. Vance, the author of Hillbilly Elegy, experienced multiple “adverse childhood experiences”, or ACEs. These are the behaviours – including yelling at, teasing and bullying of a child, and arguing openly and violently between parents – that hard-wire children to protect themselves. …

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The Melbourne suburbs with too much lead in veggie gardens

When gardeners send five zip-lock bags of soil from their properties to the program, they receive an analysis that picks up eight different contaminants, including arsenic. But Professor Taylor said lead was of particular concern as it was the one most often in excess of the Australian guidelines, and dangerous …

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