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Western Force second-rower Richie Arnold to debut against Crusaders

Towering Western Force second-rower Richie Arnold makes his long awaited debut in Friday’s clash with Super Rugby’s comeback kings, the unbeaten Crusaders. It has been a long wait for Arnold who signed to the wider training squad in 2015 but last year endured a fractured foot, a bulging disc and then needed a shoulder reconstruction. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition ...

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Martin stars as Tigers win AFL opener

Dustin Martin’s brilliance spearheaded Richmond to a 43-point win over Carlton in the AFL season opener at the MCG. The Carlton pre-game banner mocked Martin, but the Tigers star had the last laugh on Thursday night as his side held off the Blues’ third-term challenge and won 20.12 (132) to 14.5 (89). Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 in ...

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Third London terror attack victim named

American tourist Kurt Cochrane British police have named the third person killed in yesterday’s terrorist attack in London. Kurt Cochran, from Utah, died and his wife Melissa was critically hurt as the attacker drove across Westminster Bridge. The couple were in London celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and visiting Melissa’s parents, who work on a Church of Jesus Christ of ...

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London knifeman shot, car runs through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge

Britain’s Houses of Parliament are in lockdown after a knifeman reportedly charged through the gates of Westminster into the front yard of the parliamentary compound. Britain’s Houses of Parliament are in lockdown after a knifeman reportedly charged through the gates of Westminster into the front yard of the parliamentary compound. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailCopy page link Click ...

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Wyatt’s indigenous overhaul

Robert Isaacs has 30 years experience in advising the Government. Ben Wyatt says he is prepared to draw from his Aboriginality as political capital to make the tough decisions needed to overhaul indigenous affairs in WA. The incoming Aboriginal Affairs Minister said he wanted to overhaul his department’s 1972 enabling legislation “soon” in recognition of a consensus between the agency ...

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McGowan backs no jab, no play plan

The Federal Government has brought in laws to penalise families that refuse to get their children immunised. Mark McGowan says he backs tough action that could ban unvaccinated children from childcare or preschool centres. The major shake-up — known as no jab, no play — is likely to be put forward by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the next meeting ...

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India under the pump in decider: Hazlewood

Josh Hazlewood has declared the pressure is on India, Virat Kohli and even the Dharamsala curator ahead of the series decider that starts on Saturday. Pressure was the word that prompted Kohli’s first tirade of the four-Test cricket series. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 in prizes up for grabs! The skipper was infuriated with Australia counterpart Steve Smith ...

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Southee ruled out of Kiwis' third Test

Injury has ruled Tim Southee out of the third cricket Test against South Africa in Hamilton. Black Caps pace bowler Tim Southee has been ruled out of the third cricket Test against South Africa in Hamilton due to a hamstring injury. A scan on Thursday showed Southee had suffered a grade one tear of his left hamstring. Footy Tipping and ...

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Carlton's out of options

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Richmond’s pressure proves too much for the Blues Click here to Read from the source

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