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October, 2020

  • 30 October

    GWS footy boss confirms several AFL clubs showing interest in Hogan

    “We’re doing some work there [on Hogan]. I don’t know where it goes, I know other clubs are doing a fair bit of work there as well. “He’s one of a number of players we’re just doing a lot of investigation work around now. “Whether it’s Jesse Hogan … or …

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  • 30 October

    Origin cuts back gas drilling as pandemic drain hits exports

    “Gas production was steady for the quarter, however as expected, realised prices were lower as the lagged impact of oil prices on APLNG’s contracts started to flow through to revenues,” he said. “With demand for LNG continuing to be subdued and strong performance from our gas fields, Origin has reduced …

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  • 30 October

    Clean Zlate: Mokbel trafficker’s conviction quashed in wake of Gobbo scandal

    Loading The 54-year-old, who was granted bail in May, appealed his conviction for trafficking in a large commercial quantity of the drug ice amid concerns his case had been corrupted by the actions of his former barrister, Nicola Gobbo, known as Lawyer X and Informer 3838 for her role as …

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  • 30 October

    Pies star won’t face court on indecent assault charge until April

    Mr De Goey, 24, is now due to appear before court on April 22. The court is yet to release a charge sheet or further information about his alleged offending. Police, Collingwood and the AFL’s integrity unit investigated the incident in 2018 but Mr De Goey was not charged until …

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  • 30 October

    Wall Street faces 20 per cent fall with contested election, analysts warn

    Markets want to see a clear victory for either President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden within a week of the November 3 election. If there’s a contested outcome, stocks could slide as much as 20 per cent. That’s according to a team of Bank of America economists and …

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  • 30 October

    ‘Hard yakka’ as Atlassian’s profit takes a hit

    Australian software giant Atlassian has seen its profits dip for the fiscal first quarter, weighed down by the company’s ongoing push to move customers to the cloud and measures taken to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. The Nasdaq-listed company posted a loss of $US21.6 million ($30.71 million) for the quarter ended …

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  • 30 October

    ‘It never occurred to me that someone like him might get drafted’

    Bachar Houli celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL grand final match; the first of Richmond’s three premiership wins over four years.Credit:Getty Images George Megalogenis, author of the 2019 book The Football Solution: How Richmond’s premiership can save Australia, says Houli is an exemplar of the diversity flourishing within the …

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  • 29 October

    ‘Gentle soul’: Teen in coma after being bashed by group in broad daylight

    Following the assault, the teenager stumbled back home, before being rushed to hospital by his sister. “He could have been killed. I am just grateful that he is still breathing really. He was very disorientated, he didn’t know his name or what had happened,” the teen’s mother said. The 15-year-old …

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  • 29 October

    The suburbs hardest hit by Sydney’s lengthening storm season

    More than a third of NSW storm-damage claims were made by residents of Sydney’s outer northern and north-west suburbs and the Sutherland and St George region. Luke Gallagher, NRMA Insurance’s executive general manager for claims, said a combination of bushfire claims and heavier storms and hailstorms caused an overall increase …

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  • 29 October

    Guthrie claims maiden Carji Greeves Medal

    Cameron Guthrie’s career-best season has ended with the Geelong midfielder winning his first Carji Greeves Medal as the Cats’ best and fairest. Guthrie, 28, played all 21 games for Geelong this season, earning his maiden All-Australian selection on the back of an outstanding home and away campaign, which continued into …

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