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Bonkers 516-point mauling as horrific scoreboard shatters footy records

Bonkers 516-point mauling as horrific scoreboard shatters footy records

An Adelaide football club’s 516-point victory has smashed all records and sparked fierce debate. Fitzroy’s thumping off Adelaide Football League club Elizabeth at Argana Park on Saturday in Adelaide’s north has dropped jaws around the country and has got football statisticians reaching for the record books. Watch every game of every round this Toyota AFL...

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Horrific scoreboard photo rocks Australian sport

Horrific scoreboard photo rocks Australian sport

An Adelaide football club’s 516-point victory has smashed all records and sparked fierce debate. Fitzroy’s thumping off Adelaide Football League club Elizabeth at Argana Park on Saturday in Adelaide’s north has dropped jaws around the country and has got football statisticians reaching for the record books. Watch every game of every round this Toyota AFL...

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Josh Baker’s heartbroken parents break silence over cricketer’s death

Josh Baker’s heartbroken parents break silence over cricketer’s death

Josh Baker’s heartbroken parents have paid an emotional tribute to their cricket star son. Tributes have flooded in from across the sport and beyond following the tragic death of talented youngster Baker aged just 20. His parents Paul and Lisa paid tribute on social media on Saturday (AEST), as reported by The Sun. “We are...

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‘Won’t be controlled’: Calls to boycott Coles, Woolies

‘Won’t be controlled’: Calls to boycott Coles, Woolies

A group of pro-cash advocates boasting more than 50,000 members is calling on Australians to boycott Coles and Woolworths stores across the country over their payment polices. Members of the Call out Cashless Businesses Facebook group issued an appeal on Saturday for people to avoid the supermarket giants and “support a family business instead”. Supporters...

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‘Call Out Cashless Businesses’ group urges Australia to boycott major supermarkets on May 4

‘Call Out Cashless Businesses’ group urges Australia to boycott major supermarkets on May 4

Pro-cash advocates have organised a national boycott against Woolworths and Coles, claiming the supermarket giants are involved in a push to turn Australia cashless. The boycott is spearheaded by the “Call Out Cashless Businesses” Facebook group, which has more than 55,000 members who are rallying against what they perceive as an inevitable transition to a...

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Chilling find in missing surfers search

Chilling find in missing surfers search

A burnt-out white ute, which is believed to belong to one of the Perth brothers missing in Mexico, has been found. Brothers Jake, 30, and Callum Robinson, 33, and their friend Jack Rhoad, 30, had been on a surfing and camping trip in the Baja California region of Mexico, near Ensenada when they vanished earlier...

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Aussie brothers vanish on Mexican surf trip

Aussie brothers vanish on Mexican surf trip

A search is underway for two Perth brothers and their American friend who disappeared while on a surfing trip in Mexico. Callum and Jake Robinson, both in their 30s, are believed to have disappeared while on a surfing and camping trip in the Baja California region near Ensenada. They have not been heard from for...