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The Owls beat the Wests on Saturday to secure a top four spot and book their ticket to the Canberra premier rugby finals for the first time since 2001.
Man has been charged with murdering 23-year-old Sadiq Husseini, who was fatally stabbed in Melbourne’s south-east this week.
A last-minute decision to enter Fit For Purpose has given trainer Liam Birchley back-to-back wins in the Listed Tattersall’s Mile (1600m) at Doomben yesterday.
With 28 players under par, and 39 within six shots of the lead shared by Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner, multitudes are contending at the British Open.
Tactical Advantage repaid his new owners with an immediate dividend and gave Brenton Avdulla a fitting send-off overseas as Sydney’s premier jockey.
If it was Nick Meaney’s final NRL game for the Knights, he made sure it was a memorable one.
Suspended batsman David Warner says he is “one hundred per cent” confident he can return to the national team after playing his first match at home since being suspended.
ACT trainers fear the industry could die in the capital in the wake of the Canberra Racing Club being classed as provincial.
Magpies coach Nathan Buckley praised his team’s mature win over North Melbourne but a bigger challenge awaits.
The successful applicant would be charged with ordering, cutting, presenting, tasting cheese.
Shaun McKernan’s season looks over after the Essendon forward suffered what looked to be a serious hamstring tear.
Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has called on the NRL to overhaul the match officiating because errors are becoming too common.
The Kangaroos have used 30 players in first grade this season and Aaron Gorrell might need one more.
The climb from the bottom for teams like Carlton has never been harder and free agency has not made it any easier.
First there was Russell Crowe and Ian Roberts. Now South Sydney have another star bound for the big screen.
Ford’s Scott McLaughlin has claimed first blood at the Ipswich SuperSprint at Queensland Raceway on Saturday.