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19/08/2017: NEWS: Pirates told to walk plank PIRATES, you have been warned — more than 50 Australian websites illegally sharing movies and TV shows will be blocked within days. And anti-copyright theft group Creative Content Australia went further and warned individual movie pirates would be...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: MINE SHOE CLUE IN MAN’S SEARCH FOR BROTHER
A SHOE that could belong to missing murder victim Terry Floyd has been found down a mine during a search for the schoolboy’s body near Avoca. The breakthrough has convinced Terry’s brother, Daryl, that he is correct in thinking Terry’s body was dumped...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Murder charge beaten A MELBOURNE woman who fatally stabbed her neighbour 19 times has been found not guilty of murder due to mental impairment. Eva Whitecross, 55, killed 44-year-old fitness trainer Rachel Tyquin with a kitchen knife during an early morning walk at...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Oz Day solidarity vote rush DAREBIN council on Monday night will vote on dumping Australia Day in solidarity with Yarra council. Darebin councillors will bring forward a debate on whether to dump its citizenship ceremonies from Australia Day out of respect to Aboriginal...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: POWERBALL:
Draw 1109: 32, 26, 38, 12, 4, 5 Powerball: 6 Div 1: Jackpots to $6 million Div 2: $105,273.70 Div 3: $5647.80 Div 4: $213.35 Div 5: $60.75 Div 6: $39.55 Div 7: $27.30 Div 8: $14.10... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: PRICE IS RIGHT
SHOPPERS are riding a supermarket merry-go-round, visiting multiple stores each week to save money. A study reveals 70 per cent of buyers now often head to three or more retailers to cut grocery bills — up from 52 per cent six years ago. Discount...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Dan’s fire Bill cops a caning THE Andrews Government’s controversial restructure of the fire services has been slammed by the parliamentary committee charged with reviewing the proposed changes. The government has been told to immediately withdraw the Bill in a report authored by...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: NEW STAGE FOR ARETHA ARETHA Franklin, who has reigned as the Queen of Soul for 50 years, has announced plans to open a nightclub in her home city of Detroit. The 75-year-old legend says she wouldn’t even mind an occasional gig at her club, which she has pledged to open in...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: 13 DIE IN VAN HAVOC
A TERRORIST who drove through crowds in a shopping strip in the Spanish city of Barcelona has killed 13 people and injured more than 100. The man took to the leafy promenade of Las Ramblas just before 5pm on Thursday, local time, weaving his van at...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: WHERE IS MY BOY?
AN Australian schoolboy was last night among those missing in Barcelona — and his mum was in an induced coma. Julian Cadman’s father, Andrew, was flying to Spain from Australia in a desperate bid to find his seven-year-old son and be by wife Jom’s...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: POLICE HUNTING FOR TEEN IDENTITY THIEF
CATALAN police last night confirmed they had four suspects in custody over Spain’s twin terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils. They did not say whether the driver of the van that killed 13 people on Las Ramblas was among those arrested. An...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: PANIC ALONG LAS RAMBLAS
AUGUST 16 ALL TIMES LOCAL 11.17PM Explosion at a house in Alcanar, 200km from Barcelona, killing one person and injuring 7 others AUGUST 17 4.50PM (12.50AM Melbourne time) White van enters pedestrian strip near Placa de Catalunya, before speeding...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: BLAST SETS OFF CHAOS
AN explosion that crippled a home in seaside Spain set in motion almost 30 hours of terror. At 11.17pm on Wednesday (7.17am Thursday, Melbourne time), a boom radiated throughout the tiny town of Alcanar, 200km south of Barcelona. The explosion killed...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: HISTORY OF HORROR LONDON, JUNE 3 Eight people killed when a van barrelled into pedestrians on London Bridge before the attackers launched knife attacks at Borough Market. MANCHESTER, MAY 22 A suicide bomber struck as concertgoers left an Ariana Grande concert,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: BOURKE ST HERO IN LUCKY ESCAPE
A BRAVE firefighter who responded to the Bourke St massacre was among Australians to escape the horrific Barcelona terror attack. Holidaying Aussies told how they feared for their lives as panic and confusion erupted in the popular tourist spot. Two...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: Our biggest public areas on watchlist
BEACHES, ski resorts, shopping centres, cinemas and music festivals in Victoria have all been flagged as potential targets for terrorists. Victoria Police wants local councils and business owners to stump up cash to help protect public areas and mass...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: Top cop blasts CBA’s defence FIVE people with links to terror groups are believed to have laundered cash through Commonwealth Bank intelligent deposit ATMs, the nation’s financial intelligence cop says. Rebuffing claims by CBA chief Ian Narev last week that none of the suspect...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK: MUSLIM TIES VITAL TO SECURITY AUSTRALIA’S spy chief says ties with Muslim communities in Australia are “absolutely critical” to foiling terror attacks. ASIO director-general Duncan Lewis would not be drawn on One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s burqa “stunt” in the Senate on...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Flower power dazzles Dior
OLYMPIA Valance is set to join hundreds of celebrities, art and fashion lovers at the National Gallery of Victoria Gala next Saturday night in celebration of the opening of the world-premiere exhibition The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Plea to health chief HEALTH Minister Greg Hunt has been asked to step up and do more for 1000 sick Australians battling cystic fibrosis, including children as young as 12, after the government’s pharmaceutical advisory body denied access to a medication that would change...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: CAPTAIN’S COLLAR IS JUST FINE
MAN about town PETER JANSON was entertaining 100 of his closest friends in his five-storey citadel in Highlander Lane when Page 13 inquired whether there had been any further attempts to storm the ramparts. The bluestone building is well nigh...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: CLUBS TALKING ... TREE-LY
HANGING over social chat between members of the menonly Melbourne Club and the women-only Lyceum Club are the branches of the more than centuryold plane tree that shades the male bastion’s walled garden. This is where the great and the good sip...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: BOO HOO, BRAYSHAW
WHAT a delicate little snowflake JAMES BRAYSHAW turns out to be. But we’ve been telling our readers this for years. As Page 13 reported last week, Brayshaw is finding it hard to move with these modern times. Poor diddums took exception to us...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: UM, COME AGAIN?
AUSSIE frangers are going the way of Iced VoVos and VB. One of our favourite Melbourne companies — the $3 billion powerhouse Ansell — is selling its French letter division to the Chinese. Say it ain’t so! Ansell has been keeping folks’ nether regions...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: JUST ASKIN’ ...
Which of the AFL’s best small forwards has been having a fling with one of the game’s TV presenters? We hear the siren has blown on the relationship despite pleas to play on.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: ALICE COSTER
Inside the world of Melbourne’s movers, shakers and money makers Something to tell us? page13@news.com.au... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: SAY WHAT ... “Should I laugh or be offended at BARNABY JOYCE’s confession to being a New Zealander as if it were a vile shameful and untreatable venereal disease?” AMBER HEARD wasn’t the only actor to take our Deputy Prime Minister to task this week for his dual...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Wrong man murdered?
UNDERWORLD figure Mohammad Keshtiar has been linked to the house where a man was gunned down in Melbourne’s southeast this week. Keshtiar — aka “Afghan Ali” — recently got out of prison and was a powerful figure among Muslim inmates as well as...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: PICK IT UP, CABBIES
UBERX is knocking it out of the park getting travellers home from the airport. Bans on the popular rideshare service picking up and dropping off passengers at Melbourne airport were lifted this week, and taxis will have to up their game to keep...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: CFMEU coercion charge THE CFMEU has been accused of threatening to shut down a $28 million project in Melbourne over workers’ refusal to join the union. The construction union is being taken to the Federal Court over the alleged coercion on the construction of a Melbourne...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Battlers buy basics on credit CASH-strapped Australians struggling to pay everyday expenses are racking up soaring amounts on their credit cards for costs including groceries, petrol and council rates, alarming figures have shown. Exclusive statistics from National Australia Bank...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: OXFORD ACCEPTS MALALA
NOBEL Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who was shot for speaking out for girls’ rights to an education, has been accepted into Oxford University. She plans to major in philosophy, politics and economics. “So excited to go to Oxford!!” she...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: HBO FIGHTS OFF HACKERS HBO says it has regained control of its social media accounts after the latest security breach to hit the entertainment company. The hacking group OurMine on Wednesday night took over several of HBO’s Twitter accounts, including those for Game of...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: GROUP’S POLITICAL MOVE FAR FROM CHILD’S PLAY
THE need to be heard has become official for a group of Melbourne kids who have established the first childled political party in Australia. The Children’s Party comprises 12 kids, aged 9-12, and they have policies on marriage equality, gender...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Councils fly colours PEDESTRIAN crossings on a St Kilda street could be painted in rainbow colours as councils come under fire for running pro-gay marriage campaigns. Port Phillip council will follow the City of Melbourne in lighting up its town hall in rainbow hues and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: No jail for Hey Dad! trolling A CAT-loving loner who used Facebook to troll Hey Dad! actor Sarah Monahan about the sexual abuse she endured while working on the show has narrowly avoided a stint behind bars. For more than two months last year Luke Wallis, 34, tormented Monahan...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: FORCE WITH OBI-WAN MOVIE
OSCAR-nominated filmmaker Stephen Daldry is in early talks to direct a Star Wars spin-off about jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi. There is no script yet and no actor lined up to play the bearded warrior and sage, made famous by the late Alec Guinness in the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Goldfields in the gun A LOCAL government watchdog has found a lack of transparency in decision-making and management practices in a council covering one of Victoria’s most disadvantaged areas. The Local Government Investigation and Compliance Inspectorate’s lengthy probe...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Aussie bird finds a mate AN Australian black swan in Bavaria, Germany, is no longer alone after finding a mate — thanks to a lonely hearts ad. The female swan had been living on her own on a lake near Castle Rosenau since her partner died last year — believed killed by a fox....... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: ROBERT’S LEGACY
FOR years Australian brain cancer specialists wanted access to overseas cutting-edge technology to personalise their treatment plans for children and improve patient outcomes. At the same time Victorian mother Liz Dawes was seeking to channel the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: AWARD-WINNING SINGER ON DRUG CHARGES GRAMMY Award-winning singer Yvonne EllimanAlexander and her husband have been arrested in Guam and charged with illegal drug possession. Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency dogs sniffed methamphetamine and marijuana as the two arrived on the island for...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Xenophon to sit tight DEAL-MAKING crossbencher Nick Xenophon will let the High Court decide his fate if he is confirmed as a dual citizen. The independent South Australian senator has sought urgent clarification from the Home Office in Britain over whether he is also a UK...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: LUCKY PIPI LANDS ON HER FEET
GERMAN shepherd pup Pipi has landed on her paws after a wobbly start to life. After battling a malnutrition condition that made her legs bend outwards, the five-month old has found her feet and is regaining strength every day. German Shepherd Rescue...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Dram benefits from wee drop of H2O IGNORE the snobs, because most experts agree: a few drops of water enhance the taste of whiskies, from well-rounded blends to peat bombs redolent of smoke, tobacco and leather. The only real question is: why is this true? The answer, a pair of...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: LOVE ME, TINDER
DON’T hold your breath for the love match of the century to take place any time soon. n. For an aspiring matchmaker like myself, SHANE WARNE and d SAM ARMYTAGE seem well suited. They’re down-to-Earth, -to-Earth, funny and famous.us. However, there’s...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: SAME-SAME ABOUT BRANCHING OUT
IF Channel 10 isn’t on the marriage equality bandwagon yet, it might be time to make the move — if only for the The Bachelor spin-off opportunities it could provide. Host OSHER GUNSBERG, who is a staunch supporter of the LGBTQI community, has...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: END IS NIGH FOR NINA THERE’S no greater sign your favourite TV series is on its last legs than when the main character gets pregnant. You watch your favourite shows to escape the often monotonous world of caring for infants, not to see beautiful people doing it better than...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Bad blood beats true
THE alliance between the Hells Angels and Melbourne’s Chaouk family has ended with a jailhouse beating. Two members of the wellknown western suburbs family were set upon in an ambush at maximum-security Barwon Prison this week. Sources have told the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: DELAY TO WITNESS PERRY
KATY Perry says she’s pushing back the start of her new tour because of “unavoidable production delays”. The pop star’s Witness: The Tour will now begin on September 19 in Montreal. Perry said “major elements of my tour stage design could not be...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: NOT IN MY FATHER’S NAME
JOHNNY Cash’s children are asking white supremacists and other hate groups not to wear or use the country singer’s name or image. In a Facebook post shared by Cash’s daughter, Rosanne, and son John Carter Cash, the siblings say they were sickened to...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Silence jeer squads
MUMS and dads should take steps to avoid becoming “ugly parents” on the sidelines of their kids’ sporting matches, experts advise. Ali Linz, mother and cofounder of GroupTogether sports funding website, said she wanted parents to be “supportive and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: WWI tank find changes history THE first major archaeological dig in 100 years at the site of one of Australia’s biggest military defeats has turned up a “missing” British tank that Aussies long thought had fled the Bullecourt battleground due to cowardice. The British Ministry of...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: TYLER MARKS RARE ECLIPSE
IT’S a pop culture moment for the ages: crooner Bonnie Tyler will sing Total Eclipse of the Heart — on a cruise ship — before an actual total eclipse of the sun. The 66-year-old British singer will perform her 1983 power ballad on a cruise ship prior...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: RAISING GIRLS
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19/08/2017: NEWS: COLD CASES
SPECIAL REPORT A-Z of Victoria’s unsolved crimes... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: HOW NOT TO BE A BAD SPORT SHOW up to games, your kids will notice if you’re there. NEVER coach your child from the sidelines as it sends mixed messages about who they should listen to. CHEER all you want, but don’t criticise. TALK about the game with your kids after, offer to...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Gen Y one step ahead
“UNFASHIONABLE” Ardeer, Brooklyn and Kingsbury have joined trendy Abbotsford and Parkville among the Melbourne suburbs to have experienced the biggest influx of Gen Y residents in recent years. Experts say the fact young people are moving to the three...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: ART REFLECTS LIFE IN NGV POOL OF TALENT
COME into the wading room. The National Gallery of Victoria has installed an 11metre pool inside its Federation Square museum as part of an immersive installation of “water, light, scent and sound’’. Three lifeguards from the Port Melbourne Life...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: SES hit by tax SES workers will be hit with a tax slug for using their vehicles, despite claims it could compromise Victoria’s response to major emergencies. Operational staff had been allowed to take work vehicles home if not on standby in case they were recalled...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: 7 SPRING TRENDS TO LOVE
MYER and David Jones have turned up the heat in the department store wars in the past fortnight, as both retail giants unveiled their coveted springsummer collections. Three hundred guests sat down to a lavish seafood dinner and a tabletop runway...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Ebony can come home AN Australian girl stranded in Bali for more than five years will finally be given a passport. Family and friends of Ebony Silva have long pleaded for government support to bring the nine-year-old back to Australia. Immigration officials had refused...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: VENICE NOD TO DIRECTOR STEPHEN Frears, the British director of The Queen, Philomena and a string of other award-winning films, is to be honoured with a special prize at the Venice Film Festival. Frears, 76, will receive the Glory to the Filmmaker award on September 3, ahead...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Aussie drag net ESTONIA, Kenya and the Bahamas all have faster download speeds than Australia, as a new report shows the country lags behind most of Europe. Data compiled by Cable.co.uk using data collected from M-Lab has revealed a league table of nations in terms...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Nowhere to hide
MELBOURNE researchers have uncovered the master controller responsible for flicking the “switch” that allows a cancer to shield itself from the immune system. The discovery paves the way for the development of new immunotherapy drugs targeting a wide...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: VARIETY SPICES UP DRIVE TO HELP KIDS
A CONVOY of quirky characters have started their engines, honked their novelty horns and blasted off into charity madness. Mad Hatters, Where’s Wallys and Smurfs alike, gathered in Epping to start their journey on Australia’s longest-running motoring...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NEWS: Pain in pocket AUSTRALIANS are being forced to surrender their retirement nest eggs to cover massive medical bills. The situation is so dire, the former head of the Health Department says it’s time doctors were forced to publish their charges. Professor Stephen...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: ASSAULT VICTIM REJECTS MONEY
LAWYERS for the young model who claims she was assaulted by Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, in a Johannesburg hotel say her family have been approached with an offer of money to drop the allegation. South African police issued a “red alert” to...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: Trump statue stance furore US PRESIDENT Donald Trump has decried the removal of monuments to the pro-slavery Civil War Confederacy, echoing white nationalists and drawing stinging rebukes from fellow Republicans in a controversy that has inflamed racial tensions. Mr Trump has...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: Nukes not negotiable NORTH Korea has warned the US that it will not put its nuclear weapons program on the negotiating table as long as the Trump administration keeps up its “hostile policy and nuclear threat”. The warning came from North Korea’s deputy UN ambassador, Kim...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: US soldier dies in raid ONE US soldier was killed and about 20 US and Afghan troops wounded during a push against Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan. The incident in Nangarhar province came as several Pentagon officials visited Afghanistan, including air force secretary...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: SCRUTINY ON WEB TERROR THE Indonesian Government has deployed 60 “peace envoys” into cyberspace. Their mission is to foster tolerance in a space littered with terrorist chatter, conspiracy theories, hoax news and extreme views. Two years after the world’s most populous...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: WORLD: WHEN THE FINAL SIREN SOUNDS
SO the cheering has long since died, a life of rare privilege where your demigod status is suddenly replaced by the stark mundane realities of everyday life. Or, being brutal, when great men get to die twice, for the transition from sport to the real...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SATURDAY: KING OF ROCK ’N’ ROLLING IN IT
FOR a man who’s been dead 40 years now, Elvis Presley isn’t doing too badly for himself. Despite no longer being part of the corporeal world, the King of Rock’n’Roll is still selling records (more than one million a year) and his estate is making...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SATURDAY: DNA ERROR REIGNITES MARIA CASE
ADNA bungle has put previously eliminated sadistic thug Peter Keogh back on the list of key suspects in the Maria James cold case murder. Victoria Police wrongly cleared Keogh in 2003 because his DNA didn’t match DNA they believed was from the man who...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SATURDAY: Other men of interest
MARIO One of Maria James’ customers told police that on the Saturday morning before the murder she was in the shop talking to Maria, and Maria said a man called Mario had tried to chat her up and asked for her phone number. The woman said Maria told...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SATURDAY: QUEEN HOPES TO EXTEND REIGN
THE Group 1 National Sprint and Distance Championships in Brisbane headline racing next Saturday night, with four greyhounds representing Victoria including the irrepressible stayer Fanta Bale. Closer to home, the Group 3 Cranbourne Classic (520m)...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SATURDAY: The debate in which ignorance meets bliss
POLYGAMY, a “stolen generation” of kids, an unreflective national poll and the end of religion — these are some of the arguments to emerge two weeks into the same-sex marriage campaign. Australia is heading for a postal plebiscite asking whether a...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: OPINION: RUBBISH TIPPING CAN BE A FINE ART
IT’S Saturday. So who’s remembered to put their footy tips in this week? With only two weeks to go, tipping has never been more cutthroat. Did you go with the redhot Swans or favourite Adelaide? Did you back the Doggies to thrash the Power in...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: OPINION: Blood in the streets, again YET again the civilised world shakes in disbelief. And, as the images of innocent people lying dead or injured on Barcelona’s famed Las Ramblas boulevard filtered in yesterday, disbelief turned to disgust. Thoughts turn to how such deliberate and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: OPINION: When you’re up for a row, be sure to make meal of it
IT IS often said that if you don’t want to ruin a dinner party, never discuss sex, politics or religion. Heck, they’re the three best subjects. And what’s a dinner party without a bit of robust debate? Otherwise, it’s just canapés and cheap vino and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: OPINION: Expulsions are creating a far bigger problem
THE recently released Ombudsman’s report into school expulsions has outraged the community, with more than 40 primary-aged children, including some as young as five or six, being expelled from schools for their poor behaviour. In all, more than 270...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Hundreds of readers at heraldsun.com.au reacted to Pauline Hanson’s burqa test
THE point Pauline was making is that she was able to walk into parliament through security, without having her identity checked, or being made to remove the burqa. This demonstrates a very serious security issue, and also demonstrates that certain...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Hanson unveils the truth INSTEAD of the critical outburst in parliament when Pauline Hanson appeared in a burqa, our cerebrally challenged politicians might have shown some understanding of the point she was making. Until the law is changed regarding burqas, every politician...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: 50/50 PERHAPS Yarra could replace January 26 with a “Safe Injecting Day” instead, or hold a “smoking ceremony” for those who prefer their drugs in another form. John Wisniowski, Macleod COULD we settle the Australia Day argument by celebrating it on...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Burqa is offensive HOW pathetic. Pauline Hanson expresses the views of many Australians on the offensive burqa; and the ABC, Greens, Labor and PC Liberals condemn her. They are the ones who are out of touch, and the majority of Australians are not fooled. Look at the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Let the voters decide I FIND the reaction to Senator Hanson’s burqa-wearing by other politicians to be the usual political censorship. She has an opinion held by, I imagine, the majority of Australians that the burqa is a risk and demeaning to women, but the rest of...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: A sinister statement THE sinister burqa is a statement from the wearer that they have no intention of ever integrating into Australian communities or probably ever participating in the workforce. Yet somehow these people seem to have no difficulty obtaining an Australian...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Stand up for values THANK you, Pauline, for having the courage to point out to the federal “politically correct” politicians what needs to be addressed in respect of the burqa. It’s sections of the Islamic community that need to change, not Australian citizens. Wouldn’t...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Stunt proves a point I DON’T always agree with Pauline Hanson but her test in parliament certainly proved a point from my perspective. I want to look a person in the eye who I am talking to; whether it be in a bank, or a parliamentarian. You can’t walk into a bank with a...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Nothing religious to it SENATOR George Brandis said that the burqa is a religious garment to muddy the water. The burqa is an Islamic cultural garment; nothing more, nothing less. It’s only purpose is to subjugate women and it is incompatible with our Australian and the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Pauline is spot on PAULINE wearing a burqa to work. Fantastic. Can I now wear my motorbike helmet into my bank? Love my country. The One Nation leader is spot-on about the stupidity of our current leaderships. Grace Wilson, Stawell... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: MARK KNIGHT
Hand-signed Mark Knight cartoons available from the Herald Sun shop Phone (03) 9292 1234 or go to heraldsun.com.au/shop... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: VOX POP
HELEN GIBSON 47, Ascot Vale No, she was making her own point, one that doesn’t align with most. It was not appropriate. BILL CRITSILIS 56, Ormond I think she was, we have certain rules. We need some way to identify people. DIANA CROSS 68, Wattle...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: TEXT TALK PAULINE Hanson has more courage and guts than the rest of the entire Parliament, whether she is right or wrong. Chris, Morwell PAULINE Hanson, you didn’t embarrass Australians with your actions. You made us proud. Joe, Avondale Heights THANKS...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Plug gap, stop gouging IT’S good to see the real cause of electricity price rises identified: price gouging by gas and electricity retailers (“Electrical storms hang over Spring St”, Matt Johnston, Opinion, Aug 18). The best way to get a grip on power prices is to rein in...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Hope is for everyone CHRIS Yarran, you are a true champion. Your story (“Ice ruined my life”, HS, Aug 18) highlights the hideous danger of amphetamines and drug addiction. Indeed it robbed you in just about every area of your life. However, your testimony of finding peace...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Get rid of councillors OMG, they’re at it again. I live in the City of Yarra and I am disgusted with what these Greens councillors are doing. Who do they think they are? First the bin charge, then the monument for overdosed heroin addicts. Now this Australia Day...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Is Santa offensive too? SO will Yarra council also cease recognising Christmas, as it offends other faiths? Maybe they could swap it with January 26, then they would still align with the rest of Australia’s holiday calender. It would need to be renamed, of course; maybe...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Survey undemocratic THE Green and Left-wing proletariat of Yarra council did a survey, ensuring Australia Day would be abolished in their little soviet — surveying just 281 people, almost half of whom were not even residents. Yarra has some 90,000 residents; naturally...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Time’s up for councils IT beggars belief that a local council can have 828 full-time employees, especially in an age when surely most services can be delivered electronically. It’s time to do away with councils — they are simply a means of people feathering their own...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: Tidings from Yarra I’LL bet Yarra council will do for Christmas what it did last year. Nothing. It said it could not afford any decorations. Maybe we are not paying enough rates. Adele Hanafin, Burnley... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: YOUR SAY: TEXT TO 197 SAYIT (1977 2948) Texts cost 55c per 160 characters. Messages must include sender's name and suburb or town. Service: Oxygen Interactive Marketing. Need assistance? 1300 737 728... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: DJs in blue-ribbon blitz to win gourmet hearts
DAVID Jones has revealed the latest plank in its $100 million strategy to pair food with fashion, announcing a new gourmet food hall in a blue chip Melbourne suburb. The 550sq m foodie paradise will be the first food hall opened in Victoria under the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Coughing up cash for GPs
THE challenge of retaining GPs is weighing on Australian healthcare players, with one operator dramatically cutting the value of its medical centres and another bailing out on a torrid day for the sector. Primary Health took a net loss of $517 million...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Coke to pass on costs of deposit scheme
COCA-Cola Amatil says it will raise prices to recover the costs of a new container deposit scheme interstate, but is uncertain about the impact on its earnings. Under the drink container deposit scheme expected to go live in New South Wales from...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: FRUITS OF TEMPTATION $100m The amount David Jones is investing in its new food strategy over three years 550sqm The size of the new food hall to open next March at the Malvern Central store 50 Jobs to be created at the food hall, including coffee, deli and wine experts... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: CBA FACING CREDIT RISK CREDIT rating agency Fitch has put the Commonwealth Bank on notice, saying evidence of wider failings on money laundering through the lender’s ATMs would be credit negative. Fitch says it is waiting for the CBA to lodge its defence after anti...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Chevron settles $1bn tax evasion dispute
CHEVRON has backed down from its High Court challenge over a tax evasion dispute, agreeing to a confidential settlement with the taxman that is believed to have cost the company $1 billion. The dispute centred on a ruling that the US oil and gas titan...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Merger to put Foxtel, Fox Sports in box seat — Penn
A DEAL to combine Foxtel and Fox Sports will better position the company to vie with technology giants for sports rights and other premium content, Telstra chief Andy Penn says. News Corp and Telstra are pushing ahead with plans to combine Foxtel and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: LINK LOOKS OVERSEAS TO GROW REVENUE STREAM LINK Group is seeking to expand overseas after revenue plateaued and its share of the superannuation market remained flat during its first full year as a listed company. The group, which is a major provider of back-end data administration and services...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: Kogan tips shake-out
KOGAN founder Ruslan Kogan says Australia’s online retail scene is primed for a shake-out in the year ahead, with his company perfectly positioned to move on struggling rivals. Kogan will also sell its private-label goods through Amazon’s local...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: YOUR HIP POCKET
HOW many industries and crooks do we have to “put on notice” before the government stops the rot that has taken over Australia’s corporate culture? Almost every regulator and consumer watchdog has been thumping desks and growling as they pretend all...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: RISK OFF THE MENU AS TRUMP FEEDS FEAR AUSTRALIAN shares closed the week lower yesterday after increased political uncertainty in the US sparked a sharp sell-off on Wall Street and soured global risk appetite. The benchmark ASX 200 index shed 32.1 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 5747.1 points...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: NUMBERS GAME
A KEY question regarding Australia’s economic outlook is the extent to which non-mining businesses will start to lift investment. A little-known ABS survey, titled Selected Characteristics of Australian Business, adds some colour. The latest figures,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: Rebels cut their quota ARDENT Leisure’s rebel shareholders have halved their number of boardroom nominees from four to two after the theme park operator acknowledged the need for renewal. Ariadne Australia, which is Ardent’s largest shareholder, was seeking to appoint...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: BULLISH ON MILK TERMS RECOMMENDATIONS in a new Senate report will enhance the negotiating powers of dairy farmers, according to the industry’s leading advocacy group. And the report will contribute further to ensuring fairness and transparency throughout the supply chain,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: Does it stack up?
A long-time share market darling, pizza juggernaut Domino’s is fast losing favour, writes Stephanie Bennett IT might be described as a supreme fall from grace. It was a year ago this week that Domino’s Pizza Enterprises — the Australian fast food...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: SUMMERS BEMOANS AUTUMN’S HEAVY RAIN
HOME builder AV Jennings has shrugged off a drop in its profit, saying it has a strong pipeline of projects that will boost revenue and earnings within two years. Managing director Peter Summers expects more contracts for new homes to be signed this...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: BUSINESS: Lin made Bubs chair BABY food maker Bubs Australia has appointed a partner at advisory services house BDO to the role of chairman. Dennis Lin, who leads China advisory services for BDO, has been on the Bubs Australia board as non-executive director since January. Bubs...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: TELEVISION & WEATHER: CONNECTED TO LIFE OF CARING
THE aged care sector often is characterised by its human touch – such as an empathetic ear, a social visit, or a physiotherapy session – but technology can also have a role to play. Wearable technology can track heart rates and sleeping patterns so...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: SA plots Lankan ambush SOUTH Australian trainers Glen Kent and Lee Creek are hoping the inside alley will work against superstar Lankan Rupee in today’s Spring Stakes at Morphettville. Kent and Creek train two of SA’s best sprinters in Lope De Capio and Goodwood placegetter...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Madi’s status rising sharply
MAGPIES netball star Madi Robinson has been named joint vice-captain for the Diamonds Commonwealth Games campaign next year. Champion goal shooter Caitlin Bassett was appointed captain while Robinson and wing defence Gabi Simpson will be her...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Mayweather draws attention to foe’s ‘illegal’ shots
FLOYD Mayweather has accused Conor McGregor of fighting “dirty” in training for their August 27 superfight. Mayweather said yesterday he believed mixed martial arts star McGregor had used illegal tactics in sparring sessions. The undefeated former...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Kurtis on another big stage FLYING high before an English Premier League-style crowd has given Kurtis Marschall the belief he can excel on the international stage. The Australian pole vaulter will line up in the IAAF Diamond League final in Zurich, Switzerland, next weekend,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: HEND IN THE HUNT THE Presidents Cup dream is alive for Australian Scott Hend after he surged into a four-way tie for the halfway lead at the Australasian Tour’s Fiji International. Hend was seven-under with South Australian Jason Norris, Kiwi Daniel Pearce and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: NETBALL QUAD SERIES
BRISBANE SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 3PM... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: CYCLING: Rookies keen to impress
THE next wave of Australian road cyclists will roll out when nine riders, including five Grand Tour debutants, start the Vuelta a Espana. While reigning Tour de France champion Chris Froome is an almost unbackable favourite, there is a strong...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: CYCLING: Vuelta ban for Sanchez BMC Racing Team was in crisis on the eve of the Vuelta a Espana after one of its riders — 2008 Olympic champion Samuel Sanchez — was suspended after a positive drug test. The 39-year-old Spaniard was preparing to start the final Grand Tour of the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: CYCLING: 2017 VUELTA A ESPANA AUSTRALIANS: Brendan Canty, Will Clarke, Simon Clarke (CannondaleDrapac), Rohan Dennis (BMC), Jack Haig (Orica-Scott), Adam Hansen (Lotto-Soudal), Chris Hamilton (Sunweb), Lachlan Morton (Dimension Data), Nick Schultz (Caja Rural-Seguros...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: HARD DAY’S NIGHT FOR WINDIES
ALASTAIR Cook and Joe Root scored hundreds as England dominated an undermanned West Indies on day one of the inaugural daynight Test on English soil. England resumed at Edgbaston late last night on 3-348 in only the fifth daynight Test in...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Heads win out over history CONCUSSION substitutes will be approved for the Sheffield Shield this summer and look set to be ratified for Test cricket within two years. Cricket Australia has been pushing hard for the landmark change to cricket’s 150-year-old rules in the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Vic stars sidelined by clash SOME of Victoria’s top female dual-sport athletes have been stung by a jam-packed summer schedule, having to forego lucrative state cricket commitments due to a clash with the second AFL Women’s season. Jess Cameron (Collingwood), Emma Kearney and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: VICSPIRIT 2017/18 SQUAD Kristen Beams (c), Makinley Blows, Hayleigh Brennan, Nicole Faltum, Emma Inglis, Alana King, Meg Lanning, Anna Lanning, Sophie Molineux, Rhiann O’Donnell, Chloe Rafferty, Molly Strano (vc), Annabel Sutherland, Gemma Triscari, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SOCCER: Pasquali finally free
TEEN sensation Sebastian Pasquali will finally make his Ajax debut, nine months after joining the Dutch giant. The Herald Sun can reveal Pasquali has been cleared to play for the club’s youth team, after red-tape prolonged his registration...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SOCCER: Kerr on par with best IN-FORM Matildas striker Sam Kerr has been nominated for this year’s FIFA world’s best women’s player award. Kerr was short-listed on the back of her scintillating form for Australia at the Tournament of Nations, following her exploits as Perth Glory...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SOCCER: MARTIAL’S WARNING ANTHONY Martial has warned Manchester United not to get carried away by its impressive start to the English Premier League season as the early leader heads to Swansea tonight. Despite an emphatic 4-0 victory opening day win against West Ham, the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: Science of greatness
THE question is almost impossible to answer — why is Winx so good? The mare returns to racing at Randwick today and, barring unforeseen circumstances, will record her 18th straight win in the Group 2 Warwick Stakes (1400m). TAB rates her as virtually...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: CASH TO BURN SOME punters have too much money — or no sense. An incredible 99.2 per cent of the money placed on the Warwick Stakes today with TAB has been wagered on Winx — but that still leaves 0.8 per cent of cash virtually bound for the gutter. “Nothing’s...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: WINX - ANATOMY OF A CHAMPION AGE Six SEX Mare HEIGHT 16.1 hands WEIGHT 525kg CAREER 27 starts: 21-3-0 Current win streak: 17 Group 1 wins: 12 Prizemoney: $12,863,430... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: STRIDE LENGTH Winx’s stride length has been measured at close to 6.8m. The average stride length for a racehorse is about 6.1m. Black Caviar’s stride reached 8.42m. Phar Lap and Secretariat had strides measured at 8.2m. Bernborough is believed to have had the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: STRIDE FREQUENCY Most racehorses have a stride frequency of between 130 and 140 per minute. Winx has been measured at nearly 170 strides per minute, a speed and frequency she can maintain over an extended distance while most horses lose both frequency and stride length.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: HEART CAPACITY Horses average 240 heartbeats per minute, moving 60 pints of blood during a race. A racehorse’s heart weighs about 4kg while a human’s heart is about 300g. Phar Lap’s heart was nearly 7kg, Secretariat’s weighed 10kg.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: BREATHING THING Lungs breathereathe in and out 140 times a minute,e, distributing 150 litres of air per second, econd, which averages about 10,000 0,000 litres per race. This is what hat humans breathe in a day.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: FUEL CONSUMPTION Fed primarily hay and oats, consuming 35,000 calories per day. An adult human is advised to eat about 2500 calories a day.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: It’s a new ball game
TONY McEvoy and David Hayes like using football to explain horse racing. Hayes often has referred to the transition of a dominant two-year-old to three-yearold, maybe even to the open class ranks, as like going from the under-17s to the big league. He...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: Witness out to shock Catchy FOR trainer Stuart Webb, today’s Quezette Stakes at Caulfield is a towering challenge but not insurmountable. Webb says Crown Witness is high class and probably has a fitness edge on Catchy. If ever Crown Witness is going to test, or beat, a champion...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: WELLS BEATS ODDS FOR CRACK AT $1M AT death’s door two years ago with a life-threatening infection, Wells will tomorrow equal the achievements of Bashboy if successful in the Grand National Steeplechase (4500m) at Ballarat. The Kathryn Durdentrained fencer won the National at his...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: RACING: 3 THINGS I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO 1 Winx: She’s become an event, like Black Caviar. 2 The new season three-year-olds in the Vain and Quezette (Caulfield) and Up and Coming Stakes (Randwick). 3 Big Duke, Guardini - just two Weir Cups horses kicking off.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: MOTOR SPORT: Gales put wind up drivers, favour smaller teams
THE Supercars field could be levelled by wind gusts of up to 100km/h as horrendous conditions are forecast for Sydney Motorsport Park today. There are fears Supercars could be sent sailing after blasts of up to 80km/h turned yesterday’s two practice...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: MOTOR SPORT: Scott nails practice THE Scott McLaughlin show continued in Sydney yesterday when the DJR Team Penske driver produced another practice win to continue his Supercars domination. Spearheading a Ford blitz with Falcons proving the fastest four in the final practice session,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Wallabies dream
AUSTRALIA goes into the opening Bledisloe Cup match at ANZ Stadium as the biggest outsider ever on home soil. No Aussie team could beat a New Zealand team in 26 Super Rugby games this year and the Kiwis used the same fixture last year to humiliate the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Rain delays Kyrgios’ charge
NICK Kyrgios has been forced to wait to progress to the quarter-finals of the Cincinnati Masters after his clash with Ivo Karlovic was delayed by rain. The match will resume this morning after bad weather interrupted the third-round encounter with...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: FOLAU ALMOST QUIT FOR LOVE ISRAEL Folau was ready to walk away from Australian rugby this year. The Wallabies ace, who lines up against the All Blacks today at ANZ Stadium, was so distraught about the trans-Tasman relationship with fiancee Maria Tutaia that his camp spoke to...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: REALITY CHECK FOR ASH CAROLINE Wozniacki has given Ash Barty a reality check one day after the Australian’s biggest win of her career. Wozniacki won their Cincinnati Open clash 6-4 6-2 yesterday, barely 24 hours after Barty, 21, eliminated Wimbledon and Australian Open...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NRL: No latitude for Storm
CRAIG Bellamy has ordered Melbourne Storm to play to its strengths and be more direct with the ball. The premiership coach is alert but not alarmed, wary of bad habits creeping in before the NRL finals. “It’s not disastrous, but we’ve just gone away...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NRL: Titans great queries Hayne desire GOLD Coast’s all-time favourite player, Preston Campbell, has a big question for Jarryd Hayne: Does the dual Dally M medallist want to be an NRL player? Campbell has joined the club’s former football manager Scott Sattler in backing Neil Henry to...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: NRL: DRAGONS ON TIGHTROPE ST GEORGE Illawarra had its NRL finals fate taken out of its hands after losing 24-12 to Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium last night. The Dragons must win their final two games then hope other results fall their way, sitting two points behind North...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Jaeger hopes to dull noise
HAWTHORN coach Alastair Clarkson hopes the “hysteria” surrounding Jaeger O’Meara will subside once he makes his long-awaited AFL return against Carlton at Etihad Stadium tonight. O’Meara, 23, will play his first game since Round 6 — and only his fifth...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: International footy on the big stage
NEW Zealand will be hoping a last-second escape on Tuesday doesn’t backfire when it takes on Papua New Guinea in the AFL International Cup men’s grand final at the MCG today. The Hawks eliminated Ireland when St Kilda rookie Barclay Miller converted a...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: MATT FINISH
MATT de Boer knew Greater Western Sydney had talent, stacks of it. But on his arrival at the club, one thing stood out — ruthless competitiveness. “The boys just want to win,” de Boer said this week. “Whether it’s mixed netball, footy training or...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: BENNELL A BIG LYON FAN
HARLEY Bennell has praised Fremantle coach Ross Lyon for encouraging his return this season after a 720-day absence from the AFL. Bennell, 24, has been dogged by calf injuries and considered giving up this year to focus on 2018. But he will line up...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Greene ready for niggle GREATER Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron has welcomed West Coast’s threat to niggle Toby Greene. Greene has been charged by the match review panel five times this season, most recently for his boot to the face of Bulldog Luke Dahlhaus, which resulted...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Going for broke
MELBOURNE coach Simon Goodwin believes Jesse Hogan can still have an impact despite an interrupted season. Hogan, 22, will face the Brisbane Lions tomorrow after missing only two games because of a broken collarbone. Goodwin praised the key forward’s...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Fagan dismisses ‘shoot from hip’ Crows BRISBANE Lions coach Chris Fagan has shrugged off a rebuke from his Adelaide counterpart Don Pyke, saying clubs coped better with potential player transfers when they were the hunters and not the hunted. He was referring to double standards over...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: CHASING THE MONEY The Bulldogs’ 48-point loss to Greater Western Sydney last week ended a fourmatch winning streak. Port Adelaide has won two of its past four and beat Collingwood by 27 points last weekend. The Dogs have won their past two against the Power, most...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: SATURDAY SPECIAL – THE BLAIR MITCH PROJECT Collingwood’s Jarryd Blair and Geelong’s Mitch Duncan to combine for 40 or more disposals and two or more goals is $4. Market is located under Today’s Specials at tab.com.au and on the app.... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH
FOR all the lessons that have shaped Jordan Roughead’s successful AFL career, one nugget from Bob Murphy in a time of need stands out. A few years ago, Roughead was in a form slump and his passion for the game began to wane. What followed was a...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Boyd set to return in VFL WESTERN Bulldogs forward Tom Boyd will make his longawaited return to football today in the VFL after taking an extended break from the game to deal with mental health issues. Boyd has not played since the Round 13 loss to Melbourne, revealing last...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: VFL ROUND 18 (TIPS IN CAPITALS) Today: COLLINGWOOD v Geelong, Holden Centre, 10.45am; Essendon v FOOTSCRAY, Windy Hill, noon; WERRIBEE v Northern Blues, Preston City Oval, 1pm; COBURG v North Ballarat, Piranha Park, 2pm; Casey Demons v WILLIAMSTOWN, Casey Fields,...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: BULLDOGS TO MINE GOLD IN BALLARAT
Western Bulldogs are hoping to turn their new Ballarat “home away from home” into a fortress every bit as intimidating as Geelong’s Simonds Stadium, according to premiership ruckman Jordan Roughead. Roughead said the Bulldogs’ partnership with the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Crameri forced to wait on deal STEWART Crameri could be used as trade bait after being kept in limbo about his future. Crameri, 29, is yet to be offered a new deal by the Western Bulldogs after returning from a 12-month ban, only to have his season ruined by a hip issue. He played...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: ZIEBELL TO IGNORE PAIN NORTH Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell will line up against St Kilda tomorrow despite a foot injury that will need post-season surgery. Ziebell missed last week’s loss to Hawthorn, but coach Brad Scott confirmed he would lead the team at Etihad...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: SCARY MOVIE
SEASON 2017 will be forever remembered as the year an honour roll of future hall of famers left the game. While they all made playing the game look easy, adjusting to life outside the fence can be just as challenging. Retirement is a scary word for...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: COME BACK IN TOP SHAPE, FRANCIS URGED
ESSENDON will demand top 10 draft pick Aaron Francis arrive for pre-season in November in elite shape after another frustrating season. The key position utility, taken at pick six in the 2015 national draft, has played only two AFL games. He has shown...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: HAVE YOUR SAY SHOULD THE PRE-FINALS BYE BE SCRAPPED? heraldsun.com.au... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: THE CASE FOR BUCKS
WHY should Nathan Buckley be reappointed? We know why he shouldn’t — today, Buckley stands at the lowest point of his career. Only eight wins and a draw in his sixth season as coach of Collingwood. That’s six consecutive seasons of dwindling...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Tune-up has teen Cat finals ready A MIDYEAR “pre-season” has helped prepare Geelong teenager Zach Guthrie for his first AFL finals series. The Cats prepared Guthrie, 19, for weeks before he made his debut in their Round 15 draw against Greater Western Sydney and he’s added another...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: BLACK + WHITE...ISH Collingwood has turned a dire season around — to a degree — since Round 8. The question is, will it be enough to save Nathan Buckley’s coaching career? ROUNDS 1-7 2W 5L 15th 90% Accuracy 41% - fourth-worst by any side since 2002. 16 per cent of...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: BLUES STILL BUOYANT CARLTON coach Brendon Bolton says eight straight defeats and a likely wooden spoon have done nothing to curb his players’ enthusiasm. The 17th-placed Carlton must win both its remaining games if it is to match last year’s 7-15 record and finish above...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: ROUNDS 8-21 6W 6L 1D 10th 103% Accuracy up to 49.5 per cent — ranked seventh in this period. More direct up forward — just 6 per cent of scoring shots from the boundary. Generates a goal from 25 per cent of inside 50s – eighth best in league. Disposals per goal...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: Swans issue big challenge
DON’T hand the premiership cup to Adelaide just yet. The Crows’ thrilling threepoint loss to Sydney at Adelaide Oval last night threw the flag race wide open, and left them with some thinking to do before next week’s clash against West Coast in...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: HOPES OF LEGITIMACY TAKE A SMALL HIT IN DEFEAT JOSH Jenkins felt this was the game to convince the doubters of what he and his Adelaide teammates firmly believed: the Crows are the real deal. Follow the money today. Sydney, after a 0-6 start to the season, will become the new flag favourite — and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: MATCH IN A MINUTE Q1 Sydney, which has become the fastest starting team in the AFL since its 0-6 beginning to the season, kicked the first four goals after dominating the clearances. It took until 21st minute for the Crows to kick their first goal after Mitch McGovern...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: AFL: RUN AND STUN VIDEO: WATCH BUDDY TURN THE CLOCK BACK TO 2010 heraldsun.com.au... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: THE SECRET WE HAD TO KEEP
THE moment Chris Yarran confided in me that he was using “ice” presented me with one of the biggest dilemmas of my football life. It was early into his time at Richmond, and he was already under considerable pressure because he was injured, bringing...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Eye on England as Usman at No.3 USMAN Khawaja will reclaim his spot as Australia’s No.3 batsman in Bangladesh in anticipation of his key role in the Ashes. Australian captain Steve Smith has all but confirmed the Test XI in Dhaka in just over a week, with Ashton Agar back and...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: MATTERS OF SUBSTANCE I remember sitting in my bathroom for hours smoking meth, isolating myself from everyone, and that’s when my mind would take over. Once I didn’t get a kick out of smoking, that’s when I started injecting it.” CHRIS YARRAN ON HIS ICE ADDICTION WHILE AT...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: STARC BLOW FOR INDIA INJURED paceman Mitchell Starc won’t bowl for Australia until the Ashes, while captain Steve Smith is among the Test stars set to prepare for the summer by playing white-ball cricket on the subcontinent. Smith, David Warner and Pat Cummins were...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: ‘Scumbag’ rivals enrage McGee FORMER Australian cyclist Brad McGee has slammed drug-taking “scumbag” rivals for cheapening his career. A day after veteran Spaniard Samuel Sanchez was kicked off the Tour of Spain for testing positive to a growth hormone, McGee said he was growing...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: INJURED LANNING’S ASHES WOE AUSTRALIAN captain Meg Lanning will miss the Ashes, with shoulder surgery sidelining the Victorian for eight months. The shoulder caused her to miss matches in the recent World Cup in England and it was decided to stop trying to manage the...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Yarran in drug aid THE AFL has backed its illicit drugs policy following fallen star Chris Yarran’s ice addiction revelations. AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan yesterday said it was likely Yarran was receiving treatment under the policy as he spent last season on...... Pubdate:

19/08/2017: SPORT: Scratch a finals lull PREMIERSHIP coach Paul Roos says the league’s top two teams should consider a midSeptember scratch match to minimise the effects of finals downtime. Roos said the pre-finals bye accentuated the risk for top four teams that won straight through to a...... Pubdate:








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