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28/06/2017: FRONT PAGE: READY FOR TAKE-OFF
A RAIL link to Melbourne airport could be built without Victorian funding because the Turnbull Government is willing to explore all options to kickstart the project. The Herald Sun understands that Canberra is also keen for the airport-to-CBD link to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: GOING MAD FOR A TOP TEA PARTY
OUR most eccentric artists have united to perform at Melbourne’s maddest party. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is a cabaret for kids filled with circus, singing, dancing and even some rollerskates, according to director Mike Finch. “Our red queen makes...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: I am not leaving
FORMER prime minister Tony Abbott has stirred tensions with Malcolm Turnbull yet again, releasing his sixpoint plan to win the next election and vowing he is “in no hurry to leave public life”. Mr Abbott has called on the Prime Minister to stop...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: $33m for violence victims VICTIMS fleeing violent homes will get a $33 million boost for rental assistance. More than 1000 Victorian households with women and children escaping violence are expected to be supported through the expansion of the Andrews Government’s rental...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: SAILOR DIES ON PATROL AN Australian navy sailor died during a maritime patrol operation yesterday. Defence confirmed the death of the sailor aboard an Australian defence vessel, Cape Inscription. The sailor was deployed under Operation Resolute, which conducts patrols to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: WEATHER
TODAY MIN 7 MAX 14 Patchy early fog, slightly cloudy, chance of showers TOMORROW MAX 14 Shower or two FRIDAY MAX 13 Partly cloudy SATURDAY MAX 14 Mostly sunny... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: MONDAY LOTTO: Draw 3672: 17, 18, 14, 41, 40, 34 Supps: 45, 6 Div 1: Jackpots to $1 million Div 2: $17,606.80 Div 3: $1141.30 Div 4: $69.20 Div 5: $39.60 Div 6: $32.10... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: OZ LOTTO: Draw 1219: 6, 3, 8, 26, 41, 40, 22 Supps: 27, 32 Div 1 prize pool: $15 million Prov prize pool: $21,732,597.17... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: DRUGS: SEX TO BLAME
A NURSE who argued traces of cocaine in her body were the result of sex with a “sweaty” user has won a relaxation of an order that she take drug tests. Despite finding Tara Seymour’s excuse “improbable”, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Youth inmates taking the pizza TEEN inmates at Parkville and Malmsbury youth detention centres have scoffed more than $15,000 of pizza at taxpayers’ expense in two years. Young criminals were treated to takeaway feeds about 50 times last year and 25 the year before, documents...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Apple Australia faces lawsuit GLOBAL tech giant Apple has admitted it refused to repair 226 Australian users’ iPhones, despite rendering them totally “inoperable” during software upgrades. But it has denied misleading or deceiving customers. The Australian Competition and...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: NEW CUT-PRICE TOP POSTIE
INCOMING Australia Post chief Christine Holgate will make almost $3 million a year less than predecessor Ahmed Fahour. But don’t worry, she will still be on 34 times the average annual wage of $80,000 a year. At Australia Post she will be paid be on...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: AMBITIOUS PLANNERS REACHING FOR SKY
MELBOURNE is looking up, with the city set to grow 4000m taller. Victoria remains the powerhouse of the nation with more jobs created in the past year than every other state combined. The state government approved 26 major projects in the 12 months...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Boom will reshape our city MELBOURNE’s population is growing faster than ever, ballooning by more than 1850 people every week, census data reveals. The city now has almost 4.5 million residents — up by 12.1 per cent in just five years. But the rate of growth has outstripped the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: DIVERSITY A LURE FOR YOUNG FAMILIES
LIVING in Melbourne’s inner suburbs means Elaine Pratley and her family can spend more time enjoying what the CBD has to offer and less time commuting. Ms Pratley, husband Andrew and their two children, Joshua, 4, and Adelaide, 2, moved to Melbourne...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: $1800 for our dream MELBURNIAN households are paying an average $1800 a month — or $415 weekly — to repay their mortgage, while renters are paying landlords $350 a week. The rental figure for the state was $325 a week — up by 17 per cent in the past five years. Three in...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: We’re losing our religion CHRISTIANITY remains the most common religion in Victoria, accounting for about half the state’s population. But the number of Victorians ticking the “no religion” box on census night jumped to 32 per cent, up from 24 per cent in 2011. For the first...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: VICS TO GET ANOTHER MP VICTORIA’S booming population growth is likely to be rewarded with another federal MP. A new study, by the Federal Parliamentary Library, has predicted Victoria should gain one seat along with the ACT based on the latest census data. Declining...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: CHINA TOPS MIGRANT LIST ABOUT 1.3 million migrants have come to Australia since 2011, with China (191,000) and India (163,000) being the most common countries of birth of new arrivals. Of all Australian residents, 26 per cent said they were born overseas, with England the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Jockey death fall
THE racing community is in mourning after the death of former jockey Donna Philpot in a track accident yesterday morning. Philpot, 48, was riding in a trial when she fell from her mount and, according to police, it is believed another horse fell on...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Bezos joins space race A PRIVATE spaceflight company owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to build a powerful new rocket engine in Alabama for space flight, the company and state officials have announced. Blue Origin president Robert Meyerson said his company was...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: VEGIES SLOW MENOPAUSE EATING tofu, soy and other foods high in vegetable protein cuts the risk of early menopause by up to nearly 60 per cent, a major study has found. Scientists from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and the University of Massachusetts found high...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: 14 INTO 4 METRES DOES GO
DAVE Ball sent his surfing surfingmad daughter a text last weekend warning her not to head out at Bells Beach because the breaks were too big. But Ang didn’t get it. The 14-year-old was already out in the water, carving it up with her best friend,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: REFLECTING ON UNIVERSAL VIEW OF BEAUTY
THE seven Victorian representatives in tomorrow night’s Miss Universe final are beauties on a mission. Elana Hoskins-Philbert, 19, is studying paramedicine and moved to Australia from the UK seven years ago. “This is my first pageant and I’ve always...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Penalty claws THIS Sunday’s penalty rate cuts for workers in the retail, hospitality and fast-food industries will be reversed if Labor leader Bill Shorten wins the next election. The Opposition Leader pledged to roll back the cuts, at the ACTU’s 90th anniversary...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Here we go again
HOMELESS camps have reemerged along Elizabeth St, bringing with them more “rowdy” gatherings and intimidating behaviour. Rough sleepers have slowly migrated back to the strip over the past four weeks, with sleeping bags and furniture splayed across...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Treasury chooses new boss A NEW York-based financial adviser has been appointed chair of Victoria’s Treasury Corporation. Treasury Corporation of Victoria makes decisions about the finances of the state government and governmentowned corporations. The Herald Sun in February...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: PLAYWRIGHT DIES IN WA THE indigenous playwright who penned Bran Nue Dae, which was adapted into a film in 2009 featuring Jessica Mauboy and Geoffrey Rush, has died in a Broome hospital aged 69. The man, who is not named for cultural reasons, was awarded the West Australian...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: ADDING TO PIER PRESSURE
TOP fishermen stop at nothing to find the best spots to drop a line. And that’s exactly what one fisherman did when he skilfully navigated the skeletal pillars of Princes Pier in Port Melbourne. The fisherman avoided the maze-like structures with...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Vested interests A DELUSIONAL loner who wore a bomb vest for more than a year buried a fortune on his property before blowing himself up, his inquest has heard. Troubled self-taught explosives nut Glenn “Colonel” Sanders told friends and family he withdrew $250,000...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Bowel screening will save thousands MORE than 80,000 lives would be saved by 2040 if participation in the national bowel cancer screening program increased by 20 per cent, modelling estimates. At the moment only about 40 per cent of those who are eligible for bowel screening participate...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: SPICE EASES DEPRESSION
TURMERIC reduces feelings of depression, according to a new review. Examining the results of six studies, scientists said curcumin, the main component of turmeric, helps to “ease depressive symptoms”. They said more long-term data was needed.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Google cops record $3.5 billion fine THE European Union’s competition watchdog has slapped a record $3.5 billion fine on internet giant Google for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service. European regulators say: “Google has abused its market dominance as a search...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Bad food — that’s all, folks MORE than half of supermarket products marketed at kids are unhealthy, according to a new survey by the Obesity Policy Coalition. The finding has led to calls for cartoon characters to be removed from “junk-food’’ packaging. The OPC surveyed 186...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: SUPER OLDIE HITS RELOAD
BRACE yourselves, gamers. Nintendo is releasing a miniature Super NES classic console, preloaded with 21 beloved games such as Super Mario Kart and Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. It launches on September 29 and will retail for $105.65.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: KYLY GETS TO POINT, SHARPISH
MODEL mum Kyly Clarke wants parents to stop being afraid of their “intimidating” GPs and get educated about vaccination. The wife of cricket star Michael Clarke and mum to Kelsey Lee, 18 months, has taken up the fight against vaccine misinformation...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Very unfriendly POPULAR buy, swap and sell groups online are being overrun by bullies threatening to hunt down those who beat them to a bargain. Volunteer administrators are spending hours booting trolls from the Facebook groups used to trade household items and...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: POLICE BRIEFS
CRASH PROBE A DRIVER who crashed into a fence in Bonny St, Bentleigh East, damaging a cubby house, left a vital clue: the car’s bumper bar, thought to be from a blue Subaru WRX. No one was hurt in the crash. Moorabbin police wish to speak with anyone...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Mums bear sick leave burden MUMS are being forced to use annual leave to care for family members with a cold or flu because dads are not using their sick or carer’s leave to do it. A third (33 per cent) of mums admit to feeling sad, guilty, stressed and anxious about deciding to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: QUEEN SET FOR CASH BOOST
BRITAIN’S royal family are set for a bumper year of income, as they embark on a 10-year renovation of Buckingham Palace. The works, expected soon, are to begin with ripping out 60-year-old rubber cabling. Royal expenditure in the 2016-17 financial...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON
Don’t respond Block their account Report them to the admin of the page or to Facebook Keep personal information on your profile private and check the settings Talk to someone you trust if something has upset you... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Plates through the ages
NUMBERPLATE spotting has been a family tradition for 40 years for Barry Tempest, from East Malvern, and is now being carried on by his grandson. “I thought I was being clever last Friday when I told my daughter and grandson I had just seen a car with...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Stamping out costs IF you haven’t received mail lately with stamps from the ’70s or ’80s, you probably will soon enough. Several readers have told us businesses and individuals are buying up unused stamps from deceased estates and auctions for less than face value to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: CAMEL RIDE A LOFTY HEIGHT IF you ever enjoyed a camel ride at the old wildlife sanctuary in North Balwyn, the kid leading you may well have been Lofty from nearby Mont Albert. The sanctuary was hugely popular in the ‘40s and ‘50s. When he was around nine, Lofty enjoyed many...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: HONEST TO GOODNESS HANDS up if your local post office staff can match this. Mike, from the Dandenongs, remembers a bloke called Ted Adams who ran an earthmoving business in Yarra Junction. He was known by all as a decent chap who would do anything for anybody. “He had...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: AN INITIAL PROBLEM OUR story about the proposed maths subject called functions and calculus — or F & C for short — reminded Terry Trevena of Upper Beaconsfield of another close call. “A school near to where I taught introduced a comprehensive student program for first...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: JOKE OF THE DAY
HOW many eggs are there in a French omelet? Just one, because one egg is un oeuf. FROM CALLUM OF CARRUM DOWNS... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: ANNIVERSARIES CONGRATULATIONS to Annie and Bob Bellinger of Yarrawonga, and Nancy and Cliff Williams of Vermont South, who celebrate their 65th anniversaries today.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: HARRY STILL HAS US IN HIS SPELL Melbourne marks 20 wizard years of love for him
MELBOURNE is joining the whole world to wish Harry Potter a magical 20th birthday — as a city still bewitched by the boy wizard. Players in our very own Quidditch teams, including the Melbourne Manticores and Victorian Leadbeaters, are raising a...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: Facebook TV coming FACEBOOK is starting production on high-quality TV series and gaming shows to be broadcast on its platform. The online platform hopes to start putting out episodes of its forthcoming series within months. “Our goal is to make Facebook a place where...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: NEWS: MEN HEART REGULAR SEX MEN rarely require much encouragement to indulge in a night of passion, but now they can argue it’s good for their health. Taiwanese scientists have revealed that enjoying regular sex could be the best remedy for avoiding heart disease, but only for...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: DALI PATERNITY CLAIM TAKES SURREAL TURN
A COURT has ordered that the remains of Salvador Dali be exhumed after a woman who claims to be the daughter of the worldfamous artist filed a paternity claim. If the woman, identified as Pilar Abel and reportedly a psychic, is confirmed as the only...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: Tories cling to DUP PRIME Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party has struck a hotly contested deal with a Christian fundamentalist party that will allow her to continue to govern in exchange for an extra £1 billion in funds for Northern Ireland. The deal reached with...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: Trump win on visa ban THE Supreme Court has overturned lower court stays on Donald Trump’s 90-day ban on arrivals from six mostly Muslim nations — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — except for travellers who have a “credible claim of a bona fide relationship...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: Language gap deadly A TEEN plummeted 40m to her death after misunderstanding the “poor English” of her bungee jump instructor, a Spanish court has heard. Dutch tourist Vera Mol was told “no jump” but thought her instructor said “now jump”. The rope was attached to the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: BEAR MAULS CYCLIST A BEAR has charged at a cyclist in the Alaskan woods, pulled him off his bike and mauled him, bringing the number of attacks in the US state to four in less than a week, including two fatalities. James Fredrick was in a serious condition after the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: Accent’s on Stan
FORMER Australian Idol winner Stan Walker says producers on the reality singing show tried to force him into speech therapy because his New Zealand accent didn’t play well on television. “We spent three days filming for the top 12,” Walker, who won...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: Offspring’s new Crew
ADRIENNE Pickering wants to be known for her work and not her star status. The acclaimed actor (right) will tonight join the cast of hit Channel 10 drama Offspring as Kirsty Crew, joining longstanding castmates Asher Keddie and Kat Stewart. “I just...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: KATE WANTS MORE KIDS
KATE Ritchie says she wants to have more kids. After months of speculation about her marriage, the Nova drive host says she’s hoping to become a mother for the second time. “It’s the question on everybody’s lips all of the time — not just for me, but...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: FRIDAY ON SARAH’S MIND
SARAH Jones (above) will achieve another career goal by working on Friday night footy this week. Jones is stepping into the Fox Footy’s host’s chair in place of Eddie McGuire, who is overseas. “There’s something special about Friday night footy and...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: WORLD: ABBEY A HIT IN TINSELTOWN
MELBOURNE singersongwriter Abbey Stone may have landed a song in a Hollywood film that has cast Ryan Reynolds as a potential lead. The makers of Khrushchev’s Revenge are keen to use Stone’s song, For Everything, in the film. Meanwhile, Stone (above)...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Being bigger than Sydney is not a milestone many at heraldsun.com.au are aspiring to
MELBOURNE to be the biggest city in Australia is hardly something to celebrate. Choked roads, urban sprawl and higher amounts of crime are just some of the rewards for achieving that dubious honour. If we had been told that the population of Melbourne...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Mildura still off the rails A $1.6 BILLION injection into Victoria’s regional train network (“Green light for rail”, HS, June 27), but again Mildura misses out on a reinstated passenger line. How disappointing that we do not value an ageing population, many of whom would love to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: 50/50 John Roberts, Frankston MPs get a pay rise; our lowestpaid workers get a cut in penalty rates. Go figure. Clifford Raines, Prahran THE wording on birth certificates issued in the ACT has been changed to “Parent No.1” and “Parent No.2”. “Please, Parent...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Text Talk WHAT’S the point of the gun amnesty? The real villains aren’t going to surrender their guns and they’re the problem. Carol, Frankston REALLY, Phil (TT, 26/6)? My personal circumstances have me seeking employment at a time in my life when I should be...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Hail a health hero THE statistics regarding mental health in Australia are both startling and unacceptable. One in three Australians will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime. Suicide is the biggest killer of young Australians and accounts for the deaths...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Stress for fathers IT is interesting that a female scientist (Dr Karin Hammarberg of Monash University) has found men want to be parents as much as women do (“Baby, it’s too late”, HS, June 27). It brings to mind a few cases of the past decade in which fathers were...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Post gets top marks THE change to the VCE result notification process (“VCE leakers dumped”, HS, June 27) raises a few concerns. The use of an overseas computer programmer was unreliable. Why are important tasks outsourced? Because it’s cheaper? Not a good idea. The...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Balance the key FIRST the medical and scientific boffins nearly sent the egg industry broke by telling us that we should only eat one egg a week. Now they say it is OK to eat eggs every day. Now salt is apparently OK and has nothing to do with high blood...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Stick on an e-tag THE Premier has overlooked a huge cash cow. He could ask his friends at Transurban to build a series of cyclist-only routes and then force them on to these paths and charge tolls via an e-tag or direct debit. Some of these paths could be elevated as...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: Bikes must slow too CITY speed limits are low enough as it is (“City 30kmh limit call”, HS, June 26). If bike riders want lower speed limits, then they should comply with the same speed limits. As this would require some form of clearly identifying bikes, it will be put...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: SALLIE SCOGGIN
I’m studying and we get our results via text. There should be multiple ways.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: JAK NARDINO
I did VCAL and we got our results via text. That worked well. It’s easier to get it sent to your phone.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: JOE FACEY
The easiest is definitely by text. Teens tend to be on their phones more than computers.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: YOUR SAY: LEAH KERMEEN
As a teacher, I think online. It is best to have students log on before they can view results.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: OPINION: Pyne an example of Liberal weakness
IN THE past 48 hours Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has been called everything from “the most untrustworthy person” in politics by Cory Bernardi, to an “idiot” careless enough to boast about his history of “disloyalty” by Peta Credlin, to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: OPINION: Big isn’t best if we burst ONE day in September 2048, Melbourne will surpass historical rival Sydney as Australia’s most populous city. But is bigger best? Do we really want the bragging rights if our city is crippled under the weight of more than 7.5 million people? Successive...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: OPINION: As Phil says farewell, the Tour turns to local heroes
IT IS now six years since Victorian road cyclist Cadel Evans won the Tour de France, the most mentally and physically challenging mainstream event on the world sports calendar. There have been no more impressive individual feats by an Australian...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: OPINION: Banks tax and energy failings are disgraceful
THIS week marks the end of the 2017 financial year and I’d suggest that by the end of the next one things could be very different in Australia. There are two reasons for that. The government’s attack on the banks may be popular in the short term but it...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: STAM OF APPROVAL
INCOMING Australia Post chief Christine Holgate says remuneration “has never been a motivator for me” as the Blackmores head effectively accepts a pay cut to join the postal service. Ms Holgate will take up the job in October after nine years at the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Christine Holgate on...
PAY It’s never been a motivator for me in any job. I’ve always had the view that the board will pay me a fair salary for the job AUSTRALIA POST It’s in the fabric of our society. Every family is touched by them. How could you not want to be part of...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Downer hits 50 per cent
ENGINEERING group Downer EDI is seeking seats on the board of takeover target Spotless after claiming a majority stake in the contract catering and cleaning company. Downer announced yesterday that it had secured 50.3 per cent of shares in Spotless,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: REA FORMS BOND WITH BIG LENDER REA Group has made its move into home financing, buying a majority stake in mortgage broker Smartline and extending a partnership with National Australia Bank. The online property advertising specialist has revealed it will buy an 80.3 per cent slice...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: CBA last to join the rate reprieve party
THE nation’s biggest lender, the Commonwealth Bank, has become the last of the big four to give an interest rate reprieve to most of its home loan customers this month. Following in the footsteps of ANZ, Westpac and National Australia Bank, the CBA...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: Kicking GOALS
Getting out of your comfort zone has paid off big time for Darren McMullen. After taking Nine’s talent contest, The Voice, to the ratings top, then turning his hand to acting on the network’s drama series, House Husbands, the chancer threw the dice...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: Kelly Rowland
AMELIA SAW NATIONAL TVV WRITER Kelly Rowland is deep into a love affair withh Australia and luckily for the multiple Grammy awardd winner and Channel 9, audiences iences have loved The Voicee coach right back. Delta Goodrem rem can’t stop singing her...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: Viewers see justice done
Judging others is a favourite pastime for many. For a select few, it’s a career. For the first time, cameras have been allowed in Australia’s busiest courtrooms to capture our judges and magistrates at work. Court Justice: Sydney executive producer...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: DREAM JOB FOR YOUNG HUNTER
Hunter Page-Lochard is polite, softly spoken, with a big smile and warm manner. But the 23-year-old’s affable presence belies the fact he is leading a radical TV revolution — introducing international audiences to stories from Aboriginal Dreaming, in...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: SAMSUNG GEAR VR WITH CONTROLLER
Samsung’s latest virtual reality headset is very similar to its previous efforts with two notable exceptions. First, it works with old Samsung phones as well as new models, like the Galaxy S8. Second, it features a motion-sensitive Bluetooth...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: LOGITECH SPOTLIGHT
This simple yet powerful remote will help take your presentations to the next level. Aside from the basic controls, it has a built-in timer plus the ability to highlight a part of a slide with either a spotlight or magnifier. $200 / logitech.com... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: LASER QI CLOCK
This multi-tasking device not only hosts two alarms but its top deck doubles as a wireless charger for Qi-compatible phones like Samsung’s Galaxy S8. It also features three USB ports and a big display, though its build quality could be better. $98 /...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: KENSINGTON JACQUELINE TOTE
It looks like a handbag but this leather-like tote can transport a 15.6-inch laptop and 12-inch tablet, as well as all the smartphones, battery packs and cables required to work on the road, plus it zips shut. $110 / kensington.com/au... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: LOGI BASE
The Logi Base station keeps Apple iPad Pro at a pleasingly upright angle while charging it with a magnetic Smart Connector. There’s one big caveat: it takes much longer to charge your iPad, even when plugged into a power point. $150 / apple.com/au... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: FILTHY RICH AND HOMELESS It’s too easy to make fun of privileged kid Christian “Prince” Wilkins and his rich peers as they sleep rough for this experiment. But Wilkins has the social skills to bond with new people, is touched by their stories, and administers hugs freely. In...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: THE JIM JEFFERIES SHOW See what all the fuss is about. The newest late night host on the block is Aussie Jim Jefferies, whose ‘ordinary bloke’ persona means that when he takes aim — Trump is an obvious target — his jokes are all the more lethal. Only a few weeks in, he’s...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: CLEVERMAN The zone has been razed and everyone who lived there has dispersed into the shadows. Waruu (Rob Collins) is still banking on billionaire Jarrod Slade (Iain Glen, at his dodgy finest) to serve his self-interests, but it’s his halfbrother, Koen West...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: GYPSY Naomi Watts is Manhattan therapist Jean Holloway … or is she? Seemingly a conservative, happily married mother of one, she goes over and above the call of duty for her clients, blurring the boundaries of relationships and reality. The first episode is...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: SLIME CUP This is precisely the kind of show I dreamt of as a kid (only it didn’t exist). Young ‘uns from Australia and New Zealand do battle in the Slime Arena, an inflatable obstacle course with thrills and spills aplenty. Every challenge is a chance to get...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: TODAY TURNS 35 Today caps off a week of 35th birthday celebrations. They’ve been all over the country in five days, from Ned Kelly turf to the Great Barrier Reef, thanking viewers for their loyalty with a “We Love Youse Too, Australia” theme. Today Lisa Wilkinson,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: OUT OF THE BOX ANNA BRAIN Big, smart bacon. That’s the Mirando Corporation’s answer to world hunger. Okja is a super-pig, reminiscent of The Never Ending Story’s luckdragon, Falkor. He is being raised in Korea so scientists can observe and record his growth. But he has formed a...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: MY CAT FROM HELL Despite the show’s name, cat whisperer Jackson Galaxy reckons all moggies are delightful ... he generally blames human behaviour for creating their hellish habits. Tonight, it’s a cat who piddles on the kitchen bench — right near the dish rack —...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: TOUR DE FRANCE Abandon your bed for late nights watching the annual event where gruelling sport meets picturesque scenery. The Tour kicks off tonight, and Australia is in with a real chance this year. Tasmania’s Richie Porte is tipped as a serious contender for...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: ICC WOMEN’S WORLD CUP The Australian women’s cricket team are the current World Cup holders — World Cup hogs, if we’re being honest, having won six of the 10 previous ODI tournaments. Under first-time World Cup captain Meg Lanning, the Australian team looks likely to make...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: COURT JUSTICE: SYDNEY Fascinating new factual series which takes us into Australia’s busiest courtroom for the first time. Watch as magistrates hear some of the 30,000 cases which flood Sydney’s Downing Centre each year. Who is in the right? First impressions may prove...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: HOUSE RULES This is the fun part of the series where sleepdeprived contestants start to go completely nuts. With their houses now spick and span, teams are renovating for charity (and, of course, a place in the finals). The pressure and daily grind has finally...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: SESAME STREET
It’s been at least a couple of decades since I last watched Sesame Street. Some things never change, such as Oscar the Grouch’s attitude, but the timeslot has. New eps are now on at 9.30am, following Play School (also new) at 9am. Oscar refuses to give...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: WIMBLEDON Nick Kyrgios is one of our greatest assets, and possibly his own greatest liability. The headstrong Aussie has vowed to make it to Wimbledon after bowing out of Queens with an injury. The world No.20 says he’s “pretty happy” with his fitness and looks...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: A DIFFERENT BRAIN Louis Theroux is (a naturally curious bloke) wants to know first-hand about the effects of brain injury. He meets Earl, a casual bloke who, after being in a car crash, only wants to wear designer brands and brushes his teeth obsessively. It’s not just...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: QUEEN VICTORIA’S SLUM It’s not clear why Michael Mosley — a diet expert — hosts this history special, but it’s an interesting trip back in time as modern families test-drive life in an East End Victorian slum. There’s a family of five sleeping in one room, with two beds,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: SHARK TANK Our sharks — Glen Richards, Naomi Simson, Steve Baxter, Janine Allis and Andrew Banks — hear a lot of dodgy business propositions, so it gets a bit exciting when a genuine, already successful venture pops up. Tonight one punter is asking for the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: FACELIFTS AND FILLERS Vanity is a strange thing. It’s the driving force behind the multi-billion dollar beauty industry, yet some people agree to appear on camera, painted blue like a smurf during treatment. Dr Darren tells patients he will make them look better but also...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: BORN TO COOK: DOWN UNDER
Jack Stein might have been hiding in his famous father’s shadow for some years now, but this charming foodie travel series sees the British chef step into the spotlight, via his meandering journey through Western Australia’s stunning southwest....... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: COMMON SENSE
It’s like Gogglebox, but more specific. A new bunch of brave (or foolhardy) families and friends have allowed cameras into their private lives as they devour and attempt to make sense of the week’s news and current affairs. The show doesn’t...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SWITCHED ON: ANH’S BRUSH WITH FAME
This season was extended to include an extra episode, as Anh interviews Gold Logie-winner (it’s now compulsory to call him that), actor and charity legend Sam Johnson. A reluctant hero, he and sister Connie have done incredible work to raise money for...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: COMICS & STARS: OSCAR CAINER
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20 Our brains are astonishing. Their ability to store information is beyond any machine. We’re able to recollect sights, sounds, smells, and emotions from our past in the blink of an eye. No wonder then, that there are occasional...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: THE BIG ONE Across 1 Chemical clothing protectors 6 Directly from the source (5-4) 11 Room dividers 12 Servants 14 Asian spiced rice dish 15 Short dagger 16 Tolkien’s warrior 17 Infectious disease 18 Relating to the ear 20 Grease and oil change 22 Long narrow...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: CRYPTIC Across 8 Especially peaceful tradition was diminished (5) 9 Virtuoso passage from a dance introduced Mozart’s third (7) 10 American leader turns to a new hero of the space race (9) 11 Drop off the head of rugby pioneer (3) 12 Sit on the fence or top of...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: TWO SPEED CRYPTIC CLUES Across 2 Nearest being beaten when caught outside 7 Vera’s other half is Herb 8 Tie up safely on the open heathland 10 Normal little cut of salad vegetable 11 Late enough for a young adult to be inside 12 Flea fluttering in part of a...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: SUDOKU Fill in all squares so each row, column and each of the nine 3x3 squares contain all digits from one to nine. Solutions, tips and software can be found at sudoku.com.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK ONE Across 2 Break suddenly (4) 6 Rescue (4) 7 Final Greek letter (5) 8 Seals off (4) 10 Fruit (4) 11 Go back on one’s word (6) 13 Ooze out (5) 14 Single entity (4) 15 Orient (4) 17 Comforted (5) 19 Teacher (Jap) (6) 21 Plant part (4) 22 Utter wildly (4)...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: QUIZMASTER 1 2 3 4 Which former boxer is credited with being the inspiration for the movie character Rocky Balboa? What is the world’s secondmost-populous continent? Which animated TV series features Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria? Dipsomania is an uncontrollable craving...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK CLUES Across 2 Nearest 7 A herb 8 English plain 10 A vegetable 11 Teenager 12 Part of plant 13 In that place 14 Overseas currency 16 Mark from wound 18 Total up 20 Stay in one spot 21 Singer’s name 22 Make personal Down 1 Naval vessel 2 Manage 3 Small...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: PUZZLES: SOLUTION 5947 Across: 1 Assam, 4 Hide-out, 8 Let up, 11 Reassures, 12 Wrestling, 13 Ding, 14 Lime, 15 Krishna, 17 Yelp, 20 Netting, 21 Opted out, 22 Became, 25 Moscato, 26 Itchiness, 30 Vim, 31 Cantonese, 34 Notable, 36 Erodes, 38 High-born, 40 Uttered, 41 Toss, 44...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: TELEVISION & WEATHER: Is China building turbines of coal?
SILLY Chinese: those ones at Yancoal who are trying so desperately to buy Rio Tinto’s Hunter Valley thermal coal mines, that they have now upped their bid to $3.5 billion. Didn’t they get the memo — as they are just throwing away their money? Or...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: TELEVISION & WEATHER: BANKS FIGHT BACK OVER LEVY THE Australian Bankers’ Association has issued a lengthy report outlining its tax contribution in recent years as it steps up the battle against South Australia’s new bank levy. Banks contributed more than $14 billion to government coffers last year,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: TELEVISION & WEATHER: Home loan interest rate twists BANK self-interest has merged with regulatory and political advantage to construct a never-beforeseen very finely-graded hierarchy of home loan interest rates. Take the CBA, the biggest lender. Owner-occupiers paying interest and principal now pay 5.22...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: RIVAL KEEPING QANTAS GROUNDED
THE impressive turnaround in profit at Qantas in recent years could have been greater still had it managed to reduce lingering excess capacity in the market, fresh analysis suggests. And while rival Virgin Australia is unable to boast a comparable...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: China’s ore power CHINA’S building boom is more resilient than many believe and a solid infrastructure pipeline should support iron ore prices for the rest of the year, research suggests. Investment bank UBS says while China’s attempts to cool its red-hot property...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: FINANCIALS, MINING KEEP BOURSE AFLOAT
THE Australian share market closed marginally lower yesterday after a shaky start as broad-based losses held back gains in financial and mining stocks. The benchmark ASX 200 index closed six points lower at 5714.2 points, with mining stocks posting...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: QBE told to ‘please explain’ INSURANCE heavyweight QBE has been asked to explain why it did not earlier disclose claims in its emerging markets division were “significantly higher than expected”. QBE yesterday revealed it had been served with a “please explain” by the Australian...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: Robots on the rise at Fortescue FORTESCUE Metals has outlined plans to boost the number of driverless trucks at its mines in the new financial year. The world’s fourth-largest iron ore exporter will convert 12 more trucks at its Solomon hub mining site in Western Australia’s Pilbara...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS: SANTOS IN LNG DEAL ENERGY group Santos has struck a deal with key Chinese shareholders to jointly invest in gas exploration and liquefied natural gas production in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Santos said it had signed an agreement with Chinese private equity house...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Sky‘s the limit
AS concerns grow over landbanking of prime city real estate, at least one site’s future has crystallised thanks to a deal done by Malaysia’s largest builder, SP Setia. The old haunt of motorbike brand Harley-Davidson on the CBD’s northern fringe will...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Heart Foundation capitalises on new pulse of the CBD STREET FOOD ICING THE DEAL
THE National Heart Foundation is moving its Victorian division into 850 Collins St, Docklands, where it will pay $515 a square metre for a 2154sq m office. Landlord Transport Certification Australia has agreed to a seven-year lease beginning in...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Collins, with class
MELBOURNE will be home to the first Australian hotel from Hong Kong’s Mandarin Oriental group after it yesterday wrapped up a near decadelong search for an address down under. The giant hotel chain will move into 600 Collins St in 2023 after...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: PRIME PLACE ON CBD’S DOORSTEP
AN investor has paid $4.2 million for a state-of-theart South Melbourne building in what selling agent Savills says is a record yield for an office on the city fringe. The office at 21 Yarra Pl is leased to graphic design studio Caramel Creative on a...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS TENDERS: Designs on success
BACK in the day, our parents took comfort in referrals and relationships when deciding which businesses to engage. Sources of information were limited, so they turned to people — those they knew — to develop a sense of trust. Fast-forward to today...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: BUSINESS TENDERS: TENDERS DIARY BAGGAGE CLAIM: The Department of Defence is seeking a contractor to supply luggage. Tender closes: Tomorrow. MEDICAL IMAGING SERVICES: Health Purchasing Victoria requires external contracted medical imaging services. Tender closes: July 5. SYRINGE...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Naughty but nice
Details: Aurora Spiegeltent, St Kilda’s Winter Garden, until July 30 Reviewer: Kate Herbert IF your tastes lean toward saucy innuendo, bawdy burlesque and spectacular aerial circus artistry, then Blanc de Blanc will be just the ticket for you. The...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: WIN
The Herald Sun is giving one lucky family the chance to win a magical Melbourne winter experience this July, complete with a River Rink in Fed Square family pass, Melbourne Ice Slide family pass, Eureka Skydeck family pass, a $70 voucher to Transport...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: RESILIENCE
DEALING WITH EMOTIONS Learningwithout fallinghow to off rideis likea bicycle learning how to deal with our feelings. While some of us do it quicker than others, everyone hits potholes or “wobbly” places. With practice most of us can learn basic...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: TAKE CARE OF YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
It is completely normal to have down days when we may not feel like being around people. Depression is when emotions including selfdoubt, anxiety, fear and sadness do not go away in a day or two and can set in for weeks or even months. Tell-tale...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: COPING STRATEGIES Stress and resilience are connected. High levels of stress — such as worries over school grades, friendships or family issues — typically make it feel harder to be resilient. But, it is only when we test ourselves that we can build confidence in our...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: KIWIS’ CUP REDEMPTION
TEAM New Zealand’s Australian skipper Glenn Ashby has laid to rest the ghosts of 2013 by helping the Kiwis to victory in the America’s Cup yesterday. Ashby and helmsman Peter Burling powered the Kiwi team past Australian skipper Jimmy Spithill’s Team...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: ‘Devil’ left in past JASON Maskiell is confident he has beaten “the devil drug” that derailed his career as he prepares for a return to race riding at Devonport on August 6. Maskiell took a significant step to his second comeback from suspension for using ice when he rode...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Smith misses training MYSTERY surrounds the fitness of Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith for Friday night’s blockbuster in Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium. It is understood Smith, 33, is still troubled by a sternum issue, which dates back to Queensland’s Origin I loss to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: ON THE PUNT
SANDOWN BEST BET YOGI (R5 No.9, $1.95) Strolled in over 1600m at this circuit and in this class. The way he finished, he will be better suited by today’s distance of 1800m. NEXT BEST ALMA’S ROSSA (R4 No.3, $3.70) Will take beating on her last-start...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: ROCKY HORROR SHOW
IT’S a Rocky Horror move Manny Pacquiao says is the key to beating Australia’s Jeff Horn — a jump to the left, and then a step to the right. Pacquiao confirmed yesterday he was hoping a knockout win on Sunday would propel him towards a rematch with...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: LEWIS: PACMAN’S BEST IS BEHIND HIM
AUSTRALIA’S most decorated boxing trainer, Johnny Lewis, believes Manny Pacquiao is ready to be taken on Sunday. Pacquiao, 38, is defending his WBO world welterweight championship against Australian Jeff “The Hornet” Horn, 29, in Brisbane. Lewis, 73,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Ricciardo sledges ‘crazy’ Seb SEBASTIAN Vettel has maintained his innocence after a crazy Azerbaijan Grand Prix led Lewis Hamilton to blast the German’s driving. Ferrari’s Vettel copped a 10second penalty when his car hit Hamilton’s twice behind the safety car. The clashes came...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: VICTORY BACK TO GEELONG MELBOURNE Victory is set to score another game in Victoria this season. Victory is believed to have a game against Central Coast at Geelong’s Simonds Stadium. And, as was the case in 2015-16, the Mariners are likely to be the home team. The 2017-18...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: MVP sheds tears of joy
AN emotional Russell Westbrook won his first NBA Most Valuable Player Award yesterday after his electrifying season for Oklahoma City set historic marks. Westbrook, 28, defeated Houston jet James Harden and San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Watto warns of restraint of trade cases CRICKET Australia could be hit with legal action if it tries to deny any players locked out by cricket’s pay war the chance to ply their trade overseas. Shane Watson, once the highest-paid player in Australian cricket, made the threat as the sport’s...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: AUSSIES OFF TO A FLYER SKIPPER Meg Lanning hailed her players after Australia thumped the West Indies in its opening Women’s Cricket World Cup game. The defending champion rolled the Windies for 204 and cruised to victory with 11.5 overs to spare and eight wickets in...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Dasha loses to qualifier DARIA Gavrilova has been knocked out of the WTA event in Eastbourne, losing 2-6 6-2 6-3 to Spanish qualifier Lara Arruabarrena in the second round. Gavrilova, the 16th seed, served five double faults in the 2hr 8min match. The Victorian had a bye in...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: PATTINSON IN THE PINK VICTORIAN quick James Pattinson looks Test ready after another barnstorming effort for English county side Nottinghamshire. Having destroyed a series of batting line-ups with the red ball, he flattened Kent at Trent Bridge with a pink one in the first...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: MARKING TIME
THIS week Nick Riewoldt is likely to become the No.1 marker in AFL/VFL history. The St Kilda champ needs eight marks to equal Brownlow medallist Gary Dempsey. He is an extraordinary player: Brave, focused, anal in preparation and unrelenting in his...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: Finals remain on Gunston’s agenda HAWTHORN forward Jack Gunston has not given up hope of playing finals this season. Four-time premiership coach Alastair Clarkson last week took September off the agenda, but the “underdog” Hawks responded in style, upsetting Adelaide in front of a...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: POWER SIGNS VITAL DUO PORT Adelaide has locked away tough midfielder Brad Ebert and key defender Jack Hombsch on new contracts. Ebert has agreed to a three-year extension and Hombsch has signed for another two seasons. It comes after the Power on Monday secured draftee...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: NO REGRETS FOR DOGS VETERAN
WESTERN Bulldogs veteran Matthew Boyd has “no regrets” about playing on, despite facing a battle to get back in the best 22. The premiership star, 32, has been forced to work his way back into form through the VFL after injury. “It might look to the...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: Door stays open
THE AFL has left the door ajar for former Essendon fitness boss Dean Robinson to return to the game. Yesterday’s Herald Sun revealed that Robinson, a key architect of the Bombers’ 2012 supplements program, had been re-registered to work for Sydney...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: Clarkson can keep rep role HAWTHORN premiership coach Alastair Clarkson will be given first option to coach the Australian team in this year’s International Rules Series, the AFL has confirmed. League football operations manager Simon Lethlean said yesterday he would talk to...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: Tex wants ugly Crows CAPTAIN Taylor Walker says Adelaide has to learn to win ugly to win the flag. Walker, who yesterday resigned until 2021, said getting into slugfests wasn’t “habitual’’ for the Crows, but was a key to breaking out of their slump. “We’ve played some...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: MAY’S DONE DEAL GOLD Coast co-captain Steven May says a new deal could be just weeks away. May, who will stay a Sun beyond 2017, said it was all but a done deal as his management worked out the final details. “Talks are going pretty well and hopefully pretty soon...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: GOLD PASS
TODD Goldstein turns 29 on Saturday, the day his 17thplaced North Melbourne tackles Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium. In an ideal world, a ruckman at his peak such as Goldstein would be vying for a premiership with an array of midfield stars around...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: A menu of duck, rules THE AFL last night quizzed senior coaches on the potential abolition of runners as well as reintroducing displaying the shot clock late in quarters. Most of the AFL’s Victorian coaches, and Brisbane Lions’ Chris Fagan, attended Gillon McLachlan’s...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: AFL: TRADING YOUR STARS WHEN THEY HAVE CURRENCY BRENDON GODDARD Goddard left for Essendon in 2012 at 27, with St Kilda getting a first-round pick (13) He’s played 97 games at the Dons, and the Saints traded picks 13, 36 and 55 for Tom Hickey, 25 (Spencer White) and 46 (on-traded to Sydney for Trent...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Eagle escapes ban for Dee hit
WILL Schofield rolled the dice and won. The West Coast defender is free to play this weekend after the AFL Tribunal last night found him not guilty of striking Melbourne’s Clayton Oliver. Schofield challenged the ban offered him by the match review...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Maxi’s dilemma GLENN Maxwell and Usman Khawaja and will be asked by Cricket Australia to represent their country for love and no money. Some of the game’s biggest names will be offered temporary tour contracts to play for Australia A in South Africa in a fortnight...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Pie snatcher in gun
THE media has a history of scandals involving the allocation of free food and drinks at sporting venues. For some reason the lure of a freebie can be addictive to even the most hardened and experienced journos. Several years ago we had the infamous...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: TIGER HITS A BRICK WALL
TIGER Woods is back in Melbourne. Local artist Lushsux has produced Woods’ infamous mug shot from his recent DUI arrest. Woods, who was last in town for the Australian Masters in 2010, joins a long list of celebrities brought to life by Lush,...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: Inglis back in purple for reunion GREG Inglis has had his issues, battling a serious knee injury and depression, but the NRL star is returning to his roots next month. The South Sydney captain will be at Melbourne Storm’s 2007 grand final reunion on Friday, July 28. Inglis will be...... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: THE WHISPER
Fingers are being pointed in cheersquad land at the spate of banners not getting up in time. One club is being blamed because its players stay on the ground too long to warm up, delaying rival cheersquads’ efforts to get in position.... Pubdate:

28/06/2017: SPORT: BACH AND BURN
HOULI 2 SCHOFIELD 0 A CHARACTER reference from the Prime Minister wasn’t enough to get Richmond defender Bachar Houli’s striking charge altered at the AFL Tribunal last night. But Malcolm Turnbull’s remarks from Monday’s visit to Punt Rd did help...... Pubdate:








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