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Capital Football NPL: Canberra Olympic defeat Canberra FC in grand final to seal perfect season

A loud and passionate Canberra Olympic crowd at Deakin Stadium on Sunday chanted their appreciation for Frank Cachia, who delivered on his promise to return silverware to the club. Olympic capped off their perfect season with a 3-0 victory over ...

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Norman May dead, aged 88

Previous slide Next slide Broadcaster Norman May dead at 88 Wallace lets fly with Klemmer’s boot Enthralling Panthers book date with Raiders Morris livid after try not referred Liverpool defeat Leicester at Anfield Palace snap Alan Pardew’s winless streak Hull ...

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Wayne Greenhalgh was just out for a walk in Minto when Ihsas Khan attacked him

Wayne Greenhalgh would walk the same route through the quiet streets of Minto almost every day with his dog. Known to most residents along the way, the 59-year-old father-of-two would wave to people or stop for a chat about his ...

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Meet the boss: chef Simon Johnson

Simon Johnson realised early on that while he wanted to build his career in the food industry, he no longer wanted to be a chef. Photo: Supplied Although Simon Johnson started his career as a chef (first by completing an apprenticeship ...

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Man charged with committing terrorist act in Sydney and attempted murder

A 22-year-old man who allegedly stabbed a stranger in an Islamic State-inspired terror attack in Sydney chased his victim while repeatedly yelling “someone is going to die today,” witnesses said. Ihsas Khan was charged with committing a terrorist attack following the random stabbing in ...

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New school for Monash Children's Hospital in 2017

A school for children with chronic medical or mental health conditions will open next year at the new Monash Children’s Hospital. The school will educate students who are in hospital for long periods so they can keep up with their schoolwork and stay ...

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Asutralian James Beresford finally gets Major League Baseball start for Minnesota Twins

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota: After nearly 10 years and 1070 minor-league games, Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor figured the least he could do for Australian rookie James Beresford was give him a game ball on Saturday night. Not that receiving a standing ovation ...

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Bob Carr: Australia needs a think tank that sees hope in partnership with China

Shenzhen Yuhu founder Xiangmo Huang. Photo: Ryan Stuart An American citizen – let’s call him Rupert Murdoch (for that is his name) – donates $15 million to set up a think tank to study Australia-US relations. I was Premier and I ...

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No stimulus, no peace as stocks end two-month snooze with plunge

After two months in which even a 50-point move in the Dow Jones Industrial Average was reason for excitement, investors were shaken out of their slumber as central bankers signalled reluctance to extend stimulus and sent US stocks to their worst ...

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Strong Melbourne property market rises with month-high clearance rate result

Buyer momentum continues to build in the already strong early spring Melbourne home auction market, which recorded month-high results at the weekend. Melbourne recorded a clearance rate of 78.4 per cent on Saturday, which was ahead of the 77.5 per cent ...

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