‘Heartbreaking’ image captures farewell

THESE are the emotional pictures which show Andres Iniesta sitting on the Nou Camp pitch alone until 1am after playing his final Barcelona game. The midfield legend said goodbye to his boyhood club in last night’s 1-0 win over Real Sociedad. Players and fans from both sides applauded captain Iniesta, 34, from the get go and raised the roof when ...

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Edwards opens up

[unable to retrieve full-text content]NRL: Kenny Edwards opens up about his tough 12 months with the Parramatta Eels. Click here to Read from the source

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VRC gallops on to global scene

THE Victoria Racing Club plans to broaden its international footprint — and not only through the Melbourne Cup — after joining forces with Ascot, Goodwood and the Breeders Cup to launch a global online platform. The four racing giants have combined as foundation partners of World Horse Racing, which launches on Tuesday. FLEMINGTON: NEW GRAND STAND TO BE ENTERTAINMENT HAVEN ...

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Public service commissioner refuses to tell senators if he is under investigation for IPA links

Australian politics Labor says commissioner unfit to hold office as contact with Institute of Public Affairs under scrutiny <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> The Australian Public Service commissioner, John Lloyd, pictured with Michaelia Cash, was asked whether he was being investigated by the Institute of Public Affairs. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP The Australian Public Service commissioner, John Lloyd, has repeatedly ...

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Border force officials defend dawn raid on Sri Lankan asylum seekers

Australian immigration and asylum Australian Border Force commissioner Michael Outram says officers ‘obliged’ to take ‘unlawful non-citizens’ <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Tamil asylum seekers Nadesalingam and Priya and their Australian-born daughter Dharuniga, who were taken into immigration detention after a dawn raid in March. Photograph: Tamil Refugee Council Australian Border Force officials have defended taking a Sri Lankan ...

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Banking royal commission: Westpac made claim against chronically ill pensioner's house

Banking royal commission Bank only allowed woman to stay in her home after NSW Legal Aid made claim to financial services ombudsman Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> <!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Westpac allowed Carolyn Flanagan to be guarantor for her daughter’s loan despite being legally blind. Photograph: Julian Smith/AAP Westpac ...

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The Wash Up: Should the Eagles now be premiership favourites?

The West Australian Monday, 21 May 2018 5:34PM The West’s footy writers Craig O’Donoghue and Nick Rynne look back at the weekend of the footy that was Footy fans survey: have your say for the chance to win a trip for two to the 2018 Toyota AFL Grand Final. Take the ultimate footy survey. Click here to Read from the ...

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Vegemite the number one cure for hangovers

Australians have been waking up to Vegemite on toast for generations and now nutritionists say it’s not only a tasty breakfast but the perfect hangover cure, too. Nutritionist Kirsten Beck says it’s no surprise the malty and salty snack has came out on top thanks to its rich source of B vitamins and salt. “Vegemite has two things that are ...

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Brawl between Richmond, West Coast supporters erupts at Optus Stadium

The West Australian Monday, 21 May 2018 6:25PM Video WATCH. A fight at Optus Stadium between Eagles fans and a Tiger supporter on Sunday has been caught on camera Footage has emerged of a heated brawl between opposing supporters during West Coast’s stunning 47-point win over Richmond at Optus Stadium on Sunday. The vision shows a disgruntled Tigers fan involved ...

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Victorian lambs stolen from saleyards

Callum GoddeAAP Monday, 21 May 2018 6:35PM Camera Icon A thief has made off with around 30 sheep in an overnight robbery from regional Victorian saleyard. A stock thief has fleeced a Victorian saleyard of 30 sheep worth thousands of dollars in a late-night lamb heist. Twenty-nine lambs and a ewe were stolen from Shepparton Regional Saleyards after being loaded ...

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