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AFL powerhouse Hawthorn must pay $66,838 to charity for operating poker machines without a gambling…
03.23 / 02:59
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Perth breeding buff Nino Tufilli looks at Echo Effect differently from nearly every other horse he has owned, and his Doncaster dream is still…
03.23 / 02:55
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Comanchero Alex Bourne, in custody accused of drug trafficking and blackmailing a dealer, has faced court charged with more…
03.23 / 02:55
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AFL powerhouse Hawthorn must pay $66,838 to charity for operating poker machines without a gambling…
03.23 / 02:46
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Former Howard government minister and Victorian Liberal party president candidate Peter Reith remains in a stable condition in hospital after suffering a…
03.23 / 02:36
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"I get a travel allowance, others get penalty rates – it's part of the p…
03.23 / 02:36
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Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge says it will take a few games to gauge whether the players are psychologically switched…
03.23 / 02:31
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Frank and Christine Cook's love of racing has taken them on a fascinating journey and they have eight group 1 wins to reminisce about, with possibly another to come…
03.23 / 02:31
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Gold Coast Commonwealth Games bosses remain confident in their security plans following the overnight terror attack in…
03.23 / 02:26
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London: When terror struck the British Parliament, the Commons was immediately …
03.23 / 02:26
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A property owner in Queensland's beef region between Bundaberg and Rockhampton has been fined almost $1 million for illegally clearing 350 hectares of native scrubland on his Central Queensland…
03.23 / 02:26
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University of Canberra currently forced to work in low lighting due to 'phase down' of…
03.23 / 02:21
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For the first time, rare footage of US nuclear weapons tests are available for all to…
03.23 / 02:17
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As the Turnbull government prepared to pass a clutch of welfare cuts late on Wednesday night, Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie rose to her feet, her eyes welling and her voice shaking with …
03.23 / 02:02
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The scary thing about the Western Bulldogs is that, on paper, they are categorically a better team than last year. But how prepared are they mentally for season…
03.23 / 01:53
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A Gold Coast mother intends to plead guilty to the manslaughter of her newborn son in 2014, a court has…
03.23 / 01:35
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More than $170 million in taxes from property developers and land owners, gathered to build new infrastructure in Melbourne's under-resourced growth suburbs, is instead being harvested by the Andrews…
03.23 / 01:24
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Germany’s Lukas Podolski applauds as he leaves the pitch during the friendly soccer match between Germany and England in Dortmund. (AP Photo) Lukas Podolski struck a brilliant winning goal to sign off his Germany career with a 1-0 win over England in a friendly on Wednesday. Podolski led the side out as captain for the first time in his last international, and he hammered the ball to the top right…
03.23 / 01:19
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Blackmail is apparently the number one growth industry in rugby …
03.23 / 01:09
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The Herald has a long and proud history of foreign affairs coverage and has always encouraged fearless and independent reporting from the corners of the world that our readers are the most engaged …
03.23 / 01:09
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