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What older generations need to understand about Millennials

Loading “And, pardon me, but I think your 20s and a good part of your 30s are about working hard so that you have a better quality of life later on.” She added: “I never expected that quality of life at 25. I had three jobs at the same time, …

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Abbott loses Warringah after huge primary vote for Steggall

Speaking to supporters at the Manly Leagues club in Brookvale, an upbeat Mr Abbott said: “Once we had the result in the Wentworth byelection, six months or so back, I always knew it was going to be tough here in Warringah. “And I can’t say that it doesn’t hurt to …

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Tony Abbott still can’t see the man in the mirror

But rather than admit that he has been wrong about climate change, he suggested that Warringah was out of step with Australia. “It’s clear that in what might be described as ‘working seats’, we are doing so much better,” said Abbott. “It’s also clear that in at least some of …

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Australia voted

75/95 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the Liberal candidate for Braddon, Gavin Pearce (right) at Ulverstone Secondary College, 20 km west of Devonport, Tasmania, on Election day, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between …

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May, Shiel, Lynch and Boyd see the downside of life on Broadway

The Giants knew Dylan Shiel had a propensity to spray some of his (mainly long) kicks, but this was never noticed by the football media – nor the public at large – until he played under the glare of Friday night lights against the Demons and then on Anzac Day. …

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Democracy is all about the parties (as in the one Don threw)

This will be a 2019 federal election free zone, I promise. Sunday, the morning after democracy’s big day, you’ll likely be a bit dusty whichever team you were cheering for on Saturday night. As it is an evening enshrined in Australian national mythology thanks to David Williamson’s Don’s Party, let’s …

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House of Payne: Powerhouse gives Roosters the Blues

Fittler had played only a dozen NRL games when he was picked for NSW at 18. Given the way Haas has been manhandling some of the best forwards in the game, there seems little reason why he wouldn’t be worthy of a spot in the 17 as the Blues try …

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Teammates voice heartbreak over Folau sacking

He also re-posted a post from former Wallaby Pek Cowan, who said: “No matter how you see it, good or bad, Aus rugby lost a good person and player”. Loading Rona, in Brisbane preparing for Saturday’s Super Rugby game, was clearly hit hard by the news and made a number of …

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Rampaging Bulls take down hapless Rebels

Rebels winger Marika Koroibete had a brace of his own and made some strong defensive plays but the home team’s attacking leaders Will Genia and Quade Cooper were repeatedly forced out of what they wanted to do by the Bulls, who challenged the referee to catch them offside or hitting …

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Rise and fall of a unique talent: how Izzy changed the game

He finished the 2007 season as a grand final winner, Dally M rookie of the year and the competition’s equal top try-scorer. That was just the start. Folau then rounded out 2007 by collecting another double while, at 18 years and 194 days, deposing Brad Fittler as the youngest player …

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