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What’s next for Australia’s great hope after emphatic debut triumph?

What’s next for Australia’s great hope after emphatic debut triumph?

Preston’s triumph secured Australia’s place in the Cup finals in November, after Rodionova and Daria Saville secured victories on Friday. Loading “That’s sort of how I play and how I like to play, aggressively, so even though I lost that first game I was like ‘you know it’s OK, that’s just the first game, there’s...

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Australian Gambling: From Problem to Solution – News from Manipur – Imphal Times

Australian Gambling: From Problem to Solution – News from Manipur – Imphal Times

Gambling is an integral part of Australian culture. But behind the facade of legal betting platforms there is a shadow side – gambling addiction. The pathological attraction to entertainment undermines people’s well-being, damaging both individuals and society as a whole. Deepening the Problem of Gambling Addiction in Australia According to https://zenogym.com, gambling addiction is a...

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Former AFL cult figure unrecognisable after wild transformation

Former AFL cult figure unrecognisable after wild transformation

Former AFL fan favourite Rhys Mathieson might just be taking his pet nickname a little too far. Mathieson became a cult hero when he was at the Brisbane Lions and was affectionately known as ‘the Beast’ or ‘Beast Mode’ or ‘the Barometer’ by fans. Mathieson, 27, always struggled to cement his spot in the team...

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Star Kiwi filly Orchestral odd’s slashed in the Australian Oaks

Star Kiwi filly Orchestral odd’s slashed in the Australian Oaks

Image: Steve Hart Orchestral stifles the Ladbrokes.com.au market for the Australian Oaks (2400m) this afternoon at Randwick. The star filly was too good for her rivals in the Vinery Stud two weeks ago and looks suited back up in trip. She has been heavily backed since Tuesday and dominates betting at $1.60. Zardozi is at...

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Fares fall as Australian air travel returns to pre-Covid capacity, Flight Centre says

Fares fall as Australian air travel returns to pre-Covid capacity, Flight Centre says

Airlines have finally shaken off the lingering effects of Covid, with capacity back to pre-pandemic levels for the first time, according to data from Flight Centre. Global seat availability climbed back over 100% of 2019 levels in April, with travellers enjoying lower air fares as a result. “An analysis of key international routes for Australian...

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Wild map of pilot’s historic Aussie flight

Wild map of pilot’s historic Aussie flight

An Aussie pilot is recreating a century-old journey around Australia in a seaplane, with a map detailing his wild itinerary as he soars from town to town in the historic footsteps of air force pilots. Michael Smith departed Melbourne last Saturday, on the first leg of a 50-day journey to circumnavigate the country. The historic...

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Aussies discover insane ancient city

Aussies discover insane ancient city

Australian archaeologists have uncovered an ancient city in Tonga using cutting edge technology. Lead author, PhD scholar Phillip Parton, from the Australian National University used aerial laser scanners to map archaeological sites on the island of Tongatapu, in Tonga. It could be one of the first cities of the Pacific. The report noted that it...

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World’s biggest tennis clothing sponsors asked to start thinking more about women’s breasts

World’s biggest tennis clothing sponsors asked to start thinking more about women’s breasts

In short: University of Wollongong researcher Deirdre McGhee says most women on the professional tennis tour are not wearing supportive or correctly-fitted bras. Tennis involves strenuous upper-body movement, as well as high impact sprinting and jumping, which can all cause breast injuries. What’s next? Players and coaches have been instructed to monitor breast health and...

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Violent crimes in Australia

Violent crimes in Australia

World Violent crimes in Australia Violent crimes in Australia Published On: Sat, 13 Apr 2024 17:27:38 PKT SYDNEY (Reuters) – An attacker fatally knifed six people in a Sydney mall on Saturday before being shot dead by police in...

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Stocks on Saturday: From little things big things grow

Stocks on Saturday: From little things big things grow

No training base. No club facility. A team with a name but no identity.        That was the fledgling West Coast Eagles 37 years ago. Looking back, it’s almost absurd that such a team could compete at the highest level of the game. Let alone shake up the competition. With a squad of just 35 players,...