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All Blacks lock Retallick admits gap is closing with Aussie teams

Loading It was also the first win by an Australian team against their trans-Tasman rivals this season, but the NSW  Waratahs and Queensland Reds both went within one score in the opening two rounds. Retallick admitted they no longer had the wood on Australian teams and said the recent scorelines …

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Winx has history books at her mercy in Chipping Norton Stakes

Loading “She is the same she has been for the past 18 months, every race has been so important from the third Cox Plate onwards really. “She hasn’t changed a lot. She’s just so dominant. She hasn’t been tested to the full extent in any of her grand finals.” Winx …

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‘Traditional approach’: Travel shops here to stay, says Flight Centre

Australia’s $8 billion travel agency space has grown by just 4.8 per cent per year, according to Ibisworld, compared with 21.7 per cent growth in the online travel booking space. At the same time, startup accelerators like Slingshot’s Horizons program have been launched to back Australian companies with a competitive …

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New doco looks at capitalism on the doorstep of WA’s Kimberley region

Last week he told Mornings 6PR presenter Gareth Parker the documentary was about development in the Kimberley and how much control Aboriginal people had over the region’s future. He questioned the decision to close those communities and the rhetoric around employment and health concerns. “It was such a national issue… …

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Arctic Monkeys gives Perth the Star Treatment after five-year wait

Followed by Midnight In Tokyo and Vertigo – a track Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner happens to feature on – the Perth audience were raring to go when the main event walked on stage. It was immediate some things had changed with the band off the bat – there was …

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Xerri pushing for Sharks starting berth

Loading He didn’t turn 18 until September, making him ineligible for a first-grade cap. Xerri nor new coach John Morris will not have that concern this year and the talented teen declared himself ready and raring to go should the rookie call his name. “Definitely,” Xerri said when asked if …

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Make re-signing Bonevacia main priority, teammates urge Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers forward Mitchell Duke has urged his club to do everything in their power to keep hold of attacking midfielder Roly Bonevacia, who could be lured to Perth Glory at the end of the season when he becomes a free agent. The Dutchman is yet to extend his …

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A-League boss denies money decided Canberra’s expansion fate

Loading But O’Rourke said they could still have picked Canberra as a successful bid and expanded again in two yeaers to collect the money. The broadcaster is looking to avoid that payment because Western United does not have Melbourne as a part of its name. Canberra was the only team outside …

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Trump sets up abortion obstacles

It could be some time before women served by the federal family program feel the full impact. Women’s groups, organisations representing the clinics, and Democratic-led states are expected to sue to block the policy from going into effect. Administration officials told abortion opponents on a call on Friday that they …

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