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26/05/2017: FRONT PAGE: STANDING ORDERS
OLYMPIAN Jane Flemming says schoolchildren should spend half of their lessons on their feet to battle the bulge. She is also campaigning to move drop-off zones further from school gates to entice children to walk more. The former heptathlete and long...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: POLICE FIRE SHOT, ARREST FIVE IN PURSUIT
FIVE teenagers were arrested yesterday after a dramatic pursuit in Melbourne’s outer west, during which police fired a shot. Police said a shot was fired at a car after the fleeing driver drove at officers. Two girls, 16 and 17, a boy, 17, a Geelong...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Same-sex smash
TENNIS Australia has distanced itself from Margaret Court after the great of the game and now Christian pastor publicly announced she would stop using Qantas where possible in protest at the airline’s promotion of samesex marriage. Anger at Ms Court’s...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Tribunal web decision ‘wrong’ THE Administrative Appeals Tribunal has admitted it was wrong to take down a controversial decision from a public website. The Herald Sun revealed yesterday AAT member Miriam Holmes had a written decision — in which she overturned an order to not...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Hanson’s plane in AEC sight A RECLUSIVE Melbourne businessman’s gift of an aircraft to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is the subject of an investigation by the Australian Electoral Commission. AEC Commissioner Tom Rogers said last night said the organisation would use its...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: STING IN TERRORISM THESIS THE estranged partner of former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks has claimed bee stings are more dangerous than terrorist attacks in a bizarre thesis for Wollongong University. The lack of a “war on bees” proves tough counterterrorism laws are...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Tatts POWERBALL: Draw 1097: 32, 24, 27, 4, 35, 39 Powerball: 13 Div 1 prize pool: $6 million Prov prize pool: $10,683,769.91 WEDNESDAY LOTTO: Draw 3663: 36, 11, 32, 19, 42, 2 Supps: 21, 10 Div 1: $1 million Div 2: $3848.90 Div 3: $454.10 Div 4: $27.80 Div 5:...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: NEW FACE A (BA) BOON FOR ZOO BUSINESS
A BOUNCING baby baboon has been welcomed at the Melbourne Zoo. Newborn male Melako and mum Macey are both healthy and happy, entertaining visitors as the bub finds his feet. “He’s only five days old but growing up quickly,” primate manager Harna...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Minister stalls on FoI EMERGENCY Services Minister James Merlino has failed to sign off on a Freedom of Information release of a letter that shows industrial action by firefighters had been costing the Metropolitan Fire Brigade $1 million a month. A response to a Herald Sun...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Topshop hits Australian rocks NEWS that international invader Topshop Topman Australia has become the latest victim of the cut-throat rag trade has shocked the local fashion industry this week. The Australian arm of the UK chain store entered voluntary administration on Wednesday...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: FEARS FOR MUM, DAUGHTER
SEARCH efforts have intensified as police fear for a mother and daughter who vanished near Benalla after a Sunday pub lunch. Members of the public have reported seeing the pair in locations across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. But none of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Funding to battle superbug AUSTRALIAN scientists will step up the fight against superbugs following a cash injection from the federal government. With thousands of Australian patients dying from antibiotic-resistant infections each year, Health Minister Greg Hunt today will...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: LIGHTS, CAMERA, AXING
IN a scathing attack on Woman’s Day magazine and its “toxic” journalism, a tearful Rebel Wilson has told how she was punted from blockbuster animated movies Kung Fu Panda 3 and Trolls. Wilson, 37, is suing Bauer Media — the publisher of Woman’s Day...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: ’We got it right’ on Corby THE man who prosecuted Schapelle Corby fears she hasn’t learned her lesson as the convicted drug trafficker prepares to leave Bali tomorrow after a 12-year sentence. The death penalty was on the table for Corby, but the malleability of youth and...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: SUGAR BLAST FOR CANCER SUGAR is our enemy in the obesity war but it’s our new friend in the war on cancer. A revolutionary wave of new cancer tests and treatments will hinge on aiming at the sugar molecules on the outside of cancer cells. And Australian scientists are at...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: 5 THINGS ACCORDING TO REBEL 1 She got sacked from two films after allegations she was a serial liar 2 She hasn’t landed a leading film role in almost two years 3 She’s working on a remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels 4 She tried to have an article removed from online to keep her...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: THE ABEDI FAMILY
FATHER Ramadan Abedi, 51 ARRESTED IN TRIPOLI ON WEDNESDAY Administrative manager at the Central Security Force in Tripoli. Born in Libya but fled as a refugee under Gaddafi regime, settled in the UK 25 years ago. Returned to Libya in recent years....... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: More grief for a little girl lost
A LITTLE girl being comforted by a policewoman in the minutes after the Manchester bomb attack had just lost her mother, it has been revealed. Mother of three Michelle Kiss from Blackburn, northwest of Manchester, was yesterday identified as one of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: SPIES KNEW THE KILLER WAS EVIL
SECURITY agencies were warned multiple times that Manchester terrorist Salman Abedi was a dangerous extremist but failed to arrest him before he detonated a “big and sophisticated’’ suicide bomb that killed 22 people. The warnings to MI5 and police...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: ‘VOLUNTEER VICTIMS’ PART OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEST AT ‘G HUNDREDS of people will take part in a major emergency response exercise today at the MCG. Organisations such as Victoria Police, state health authorities and the City of Melbourne will react to a simulated extreme heat event. However, the emergency...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Buggy up for street fight
ALEX MacDonald has a farm — but the city is where he and his horses are at home. Along with his mares, Jessica and Laura, the trio have been trotting the city streets for 30 years and have become a legendary part of the CBD landscape. Now they face...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Creating sites for sore eyes VISUAL clutter in the inner city would be reduced under a council plan for ugly building site hoardings to carry approved art work. City of Melbourne councillors will consider a policy to commission “a single compelling creative idea” that links...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: GET PARENTS OFF SCREENS WE are constantly told to limit a child’s screen use to prevent behavioural issues. But new research warns screen-addicted parents are to blame. Data compiled by a team of paediatrics professors at the University of Michigan and Illinois State...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: COOL TEEN A TRIPLE ZERO HERO
A 13-YEAR-old girl has been praised for foiling the plans of a serial burglar who broke into her home three times. Samaria Samuel was home alone when a man armed with a Stanley knife began prowling through her family’s dining room. “I’d just got home...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Thug in court rant A VIOLENT thug who tortured his victim with a blowtorch has menaced the man while caged in a court prison dock. Rick Kelly mouthed the words “you rat” to his victim moments before pleading guilty to falsely imprisoning him. Kelly, his brother Brett...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: HOME TO BE TALK OF THE TOWN
THE champ is here. Former St Kevin’s College student Luke Macaronas has won the 2017 International Public Speaking Competition in London. He knocked off 50,000 other young people to win the competition with a speech on the implications of drone...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Ice-making cracked
FOUR men have been arrested after authorities moved to smash a syndicate smuggling in chemicals used to make the deadly drug ice. Last December, investigators detected a series of suspicious packages sent to addresses in Victoria and New South Wales...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: JEN’S ON TREND IN OUTBACK
A HISTORIC cattle station couldn’t be further from the glamour world of fashion but that’s where Jennifer Hawkins is this week filming the Myer spring campaign. Although winter is just days away, Hawkins is currently on location at Goonoo Goonoo...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Brain repair a first MELBOURNE researchers have successfully repaired and rescued brain cells of animal babies in utero using cells taken from the placentas of human mothers. Findings from the preclinical study have boosted hopes that human babies could soon be given the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Under the pump
CONTAMINATED fuel has been blamed for wrecking a brand new car just a day after it was driven out of a dealership. Kim Wiener said her silver Renault Koleos “didn’t miss a beat” until she filled up with petrol for the first time at a Caltex service...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Sleep shortage can be a killer NOT getting enough sleep can double the chances of dying from heart disease or stroke, particularly in people with risk factors like diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol, US researchers say. The findings, in the Journal of the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: ‘Shabby’ council pay deal sealed MELBOURNE city council workers have finally agreed to a new workplace deal after 15 months of negotiations and three ballots, and despite the union describing the latest offer as “poor” and “shabby”. Staff will get an average 2.5 per cent annual pay...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: COSBY SEX CASE JURY READY
SEVEN men and five women, including two black jurors, will determine US comedian Bill Cosby’s fate at his coming sexual assault trial, after claims from his lawyers that race played a factor in their selection. Judge Steven O’Neill seated the 12th and...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: FAREWELL FOR ROCKER
CHRIS Cornell has been cremated in a private ceremony ahead of his funeral. The Soundgarden and Audioslave singer’s widow, Vicky Cornell, and brother Peter Boyle were among four people at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The 52-year-old’s friends, JD...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: CRASH APPEAL POLICE are appealing for witnesses to the collision of a gold Ford station wagon and a red Ducati at DaylesfordBallarat Rd, near Brewery Tap Rd in Gong Gong, near Ballarat, about 6pm on May 22. The motorcyclist, 62, from Blamfield, was flown to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: FAR FROM SLICK HUNDREDS of litres of toxic oil spilt during a burglary of a disused factory in Braybrook on April 26. Police believe a pair broke into the Scotland St premises about 4-4.30am, spilling oil when they damaged a heavy electrical transformer using a white...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: ESCAPE FOILED POLICE arrested four people after spotting a stolen vehicle being driven dangerously in Bundoora about 10am yesterday. Police did not chase the black Ford Territory, which had been reported stolen from Doreen on Wednesday night, but kept track of it....... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: POLICE SWOOP BALLARAT police arrested five men after executing warrants at a home in Black Hill and at addresses in Cambrian Hill, Brown Hill, Ross Creek and Mount Helen about 6am yesterday. Large amounts of cash, methamphetamine and proceeds of crime, including...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: BOY KNIFED A BOY, 18, stabbed at Heidelberg West about 10.40pm on Wednesday, was in hospital with serious but non-life-threatening wounds. No arrests had been made over the fight near the intersection of Ambon Court and Southern Rd. Police believe the youths...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Scalpers out of site
ED Sheeran has thrown his weight behind an anti-scalping ticketing site being launched in Australia today. Twickets allows fans to buy and sell concert tickets at face value to other fans, rather than the inflated prices on sites such as...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: A RECIPE FOR SCHOOL SUCCESS
SANDWICHES just won’t cut it for kids these days. With higher expectations, strict government guidelines and often ill-equipped kitchens, canteens are becoming unprofitable, some even closing up shop. ASCA, a not-for-profit school association, has...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: DROP-OFF AND PICK-ME-UP FOR PARENTS
AN idea brewed by parents is making school drop-off time a little easier. Parents of Coburg North Primary pupils are being treated to barista-made coffee at the school gates once a month as part of an initiative of the school’s Parents and Friends...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Biter’s in luck A YOUTH jailed for a sickening home invasion in which he crawled into bed with a mother and gave her hickeys has admitted further crimes. But Lang Kouth, 22, won’t have to spend one more day behind bars. In November, Kouth was locked up for more than...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Killer gets off ‘light’ THE Supreme Court of Victoria is again being criticised for giving out another low sentence for murder. Following the public outcry over a 13-year non-parole sentence given to the killer of World War II veteran Ken Handford last month, the man who...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: A CHIP OFF THE CITY BLOCK
MEET the artist on a mission to create a miniature Melbourne out of blocks — right down to the laneways. RMIT fine arts student Declan Mulcahy said his “MiniMelbourne” project was supposed to have been a fun experiment. “I started putting it together...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: JAIL AND BAIL FOR CHARITY
RIVAL club fanatics will finally have a captive audience with Jeff “Joffa’’ Corfe tonight when the Collingwood cheer squad leader puts himself behind bars for Whitelion’s Bail Out. Joffa will be joined by Treasurer Tim Pallas, AFL legend Brent Harvey,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: MPs combat hack attacks FEDERAL MPs have been told they should seek briefings on cyber security before heading overseas on holiday as fears grow about the threat from foreign spy agencies. Parliament’s presiding officers this week have written to every MP telling them that...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: CRIME STOPPERS
A BURGLAR stole keys and a purse from a home in Little O’Grady St, Albert Park, as the resident slept. The break-in occurred between 9pm last October 6 and 9am the next day. Credit cards taken from the purse were later used in the Port Phillip...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: Homing in on mystery
IT was a time when Melbourne was the capital of a fledgling nation, women were just winning the right to vote, Myer’s first department store opened, and modest neck-to-ankle dresses were de rigueur. To most of us, this snap of what looks like an...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: ’Bad girls’ had it good at convent LIVING at the Convent of the Good Shepherd where Chadstone shopping centre now stands wasn’t all bad, according to one of the “wayward girls” from there. Eileen Fearn, from Mooroopna, lived there from age 14 to 21 in the ’50s, then left and became a...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: A REAL SHOT IN THE DARK SOME subtitle bloopers are so funny, it’s nigh on impossible to believe the person typing them is not in on the joke. Callum from Carrum Downs watched a story on German TV about falling oil prices affecting the economies of the Arab oil...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: JOKE OF THE DAY
FINDING a woman sobbing that she had locked her keys in her car, a passing Australian soldier assures her he can help. She looks on amazed as he removes his trousers, rolls them into a tight ball and rubs them against the car door. Like magic, it...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: MILESTONES A HUGE happy birthday to Bram Burville, of Blackburn, who turns 101 today, and Daphne Eyles, from New Gisborne, who hits a century tomorrow, and is our 56th new centenarian for 2017. And it’s a standing ovation for Hec and Elaine Opray, of Dumbalk, who...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: REAL GOOD HEAD START WAS there ever a more appropriate name for a medical research centre? Peter from Stawell had to chuckle at the name of the facility lauded in yesterday’s Herald Sun for inventing a 3D printer pen filled with stem cell ink to treat a range of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: LATTE LAUGH CLEVER business names, and Ann White of Kealba likes the cafe in Melbourne’s inner west called “Seddon Deadly Sins”. And John from Pakenham found three cleverly named cleaning services in Canberra: Bite the Dust, Grime Scene, and Maid in Canberra.... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: 50 YEARS AND STILL GAME ON, BROTHER
THIS band of brothers might not be as agile as they were when they ran on to a football field at Oak Park 50 years ago. But their sibling rivalry is as strong as ever. The Germaine boys of Glenroy — all 10 of them — played at the same club at the same...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: On your terms A NEW council will be established to tell Victorian courts how long criminals should spend in prison for certain offences. In an Australian first, the Andrews Government will create a Sentencing Guidelines Council — based on a model used in Britain —...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: NEWS: OMMING AND AAAGHING
SCIENTISTS have found meditation can actually cause insomnia, anxiety and hypersensitivity, similar to sensory deprivation. A study, in the journal PLOS One, interviewed 32 Buddhist meditation teachers and 60 meditators, with 82 per cent reporting...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: Terror hits police
SUICIDE bombings outside a busy bus terminal in the capital, Jakarta, have killed three police officers, the latest assault on the Muslim-majority country as it struggles with a surge of terror plots. Two explosions hit the parking lot next to the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: Same-sex law bliss TAIWAN’S Constitutional Court has declared that samesex couples have the right to legally marry. The court ruled that current marriage laws were “in violation of both the people’s freedom of marriage ... and the people’s right to equality”, and it...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: SUICIDE BID KILL CHARGE A TRIAL date has been set for a 21-year-old Alaskan man who allegedly killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide attempt. Victor Sibson is accused of shooting dead 22-year-old Brittany-Mae Haag after the bullet passed through his own head when he...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: AN ENDLESS NIGHTMARE
IT WAS 2.59pm. Customs officer I Gusti Ngurah Winata was working at conveyor belt B inside Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport. He had been at work that day — October 8, 2004 — for two hours. He was out the back operating the machine, X-raying...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: A SISTER TO LEAN ON
Mercedes has been Schapelle’s rock through darkest days MERCEDES Corby booked the first flight she could getet from Denpasar to Jakarta. From the chaotic Jakarta airport, she made her way through the crowd, into a taxi for the congested stopstart...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: WORLD: LIFE, DEATH AND FREEDOM — THE TRAGEDY OF JAIL
SCHAPELLE Corby never didd get to say a final goodbye to Andrew Chan. Her heart was breaking for him as authorities announced he was to be moved out of Kerobokan jail to Nusa Kambangan and then executed. By the time Chan was moved, in early 2015,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Expat Tim gets Wicked co-star
FORMER Packed To The Rafters star Jess McNamee (inset) has surfaced in a murderous music video for LA-based Australian musician Tim Wheatley. In the clip for Her Wicked Way, Wheatley, son of highprofile manager Glenn Wheatley, is held hostage by...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: ‘I did it for Hamish’
CRAIG McLachlan wouldn’t wriggle into his budgie smugglers on camera for just anyone these days. After spending most of his early career in speedos on the set of Neighbours, McLachlan said he was lured back into his tight togs by his Wrong Girl...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: REBEL DINES ON CHAPEL
REBEL Wilson (below) hasn’t stayed cooped up in a hotel room while giving evidence in her court case against Bauer Media. Wilson was spotted on Wednesday night having a dinner at Morris Jones in Chapel St, a well-known Windsor...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: ROSS TO PLAY IT STRAIGHT
DON’T expect radio king Ross Stevenson to be playing up to the cameras in his new TV show, A Moveable Feast. “We have GoPros in the car but we never look at them. It’s like radio, we just talk to each other,” he said yesterday during a lunch at St...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: JACKALOPE BEST HOTEL
JACKALOPE, a Mornington Peninsula vineyard property, has been named Australia’s Hotel of the Year at the annual Gourmet Traveller Australian Hotel Guide Awards. QT Melbourne was named Large Hotel of the Year and also won Best Bar award for its rooftop...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Feud dribbles on
WELL, that escalated quickly. And as the Twitter shots flew thick and fast yesterday, Andrew Bogut and Liz Cambage played into feuding overtime by, oh, 27 hours. It started innocently enough: a tweet by the injured Bogut saying he doesn’t enjoy reading...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: TWITTER WAR @ecambage “big man, little brain” 5.57pm Wednesday @andrewbogut “Earlier tweets were not a feud. I was tweeting in my Jocks from an Osteo table. Enjoying a laugh with a local DJ.” 9.55pm Wednesday @ecambage “for someone so obsessed with me you should...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: LIZ UPSET BY CRITICISM
LIZ Cambage has implored athletes to support each other after a renewed Twitter war with fellow basketballer Andrew Bogut. Cambage is frustrated other players would criticise her for having passions outside the game. “So much has been said and...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: OPINION: Humour is dying and that’s not funny
STULTIFYING political correctness is slowly but surely killing our sense of humour. And the creeping dark tide of identity politics will soon make dressing up a thing of the past. Are our efforts to placate noisy minorities destroying our ability to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: OPINION: Security blitz a necessity AUSTRALIANS are urged by government and police to go about their lives as usual — to not allow terrorism to interfere with daily freedoms. Get to the footy at the ’G, enjoy that concert, line the footpath for a parade, head out to a nightclub or...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: OPINION: Sir Doug’s round reminds us footy can fight bigotry
FOOTBALL’S Sir Doug Nicholls Round is a significant time for our indigenous population, a time when we celebrate the feats of the current crop of players and also consider how sport, in particular football, has been used as a vehicle to begin to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: OPINION: AAT needs oversight NOT only must justice be done, it must also be seen to be done. This almost century-old legal maxim, particularly as the Australian judicial system writes record numbers of suppression orders, has never been more relevant. A transparent justice system...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: OPINION: Damage from the fire dispute will be lasting
SHORTLY before Labor won the 2014 state election, the MFB found pornographic and racist material on a commander’s work computer and he was told to saddle up for a disciplinary hearing. Within weeks of the Andrews Government being elected, United...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: A new low in the CFA saga has done little for the Premier’s popularity at heraldsun.com.au
AS a cancer survivor, I think to hold compensation for cancer survivors as the condition for this union takeover is as low as you can get. Jack AS this toxic Labor Government hits a new low, and ties compensation to pillaging the CFA, it tries to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Security worth the wait TO minimise the chances of a deranged terrorist suicide bomber getting into a major event here in Australia, maybe body X-ray scanners should be installed at all venue entry points. Body X-ray scanners are capable of detecting metal and other...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Police protect us all THE Lindt cafe siege findings (“Police failed Lindt hostages”, HS, May 25) highlight in hindsight a number of concerns, although the reality is simple: the police must protect as many people as possible, including themselves. The possibility of a bomb...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: 50/50 ONE word will save all Western countries from Deadly Engaged People Organising Radical Terrorism: D-E-P-O-R-T. Ray, Rosanna TV channels, interviewing people in tears after terrorist acts is exactly what the terrorists and their sympathisers...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Hard terror lesson THE senseless slaughter of teenagers and children in Manchester, just like the Islamic murders in Paris and Nice, the Christmas killings in Germany, or the deaths planned for (but thwarted) our own MCG, suggest the West’s cherished values and way of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Give marksmen a go SO the coroner has handed down his findings into the Lindt siege. No surprises there. But it is to be hoped that if there is ever a similar incident, the police higher-ups allow marksmen to do what they are trained to do at the scene, if they have...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Murderer better term THE term “lone wolf” gives too much credence to the abominations who slaughtered so many innocents in Manchester. Surely a term such as godless murderer can be applied to individuals instead. The less we hear of these perpetrators given heroic names,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Toughen up residency IT’S our permanent residency test qualifications, not our citizenship test, that need really close scrutiny. The troublemakers will still come here and not bother with a difficult citizenship test once they get permanent residency status. Peter...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: TEXT TALK WHEN are we in the West going to wake up to ourselves? We will hear the same thing from the government and celebrities about how we must stop terrorism but they are the ones who are preaching we all can get along. I think not. John, Korumburra IF we...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Do you think the Lindt siege findings will change anything?
RACHEL KENNY 29, Bundoora It’s a fine line for police. Police might be forced to intervene quicker. Charging in is risky. PAUL ALLAN 55, Sydney I think the military will be used in these situations. Army snipers would have quickly ended the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Join in reconciliation NATIONAL Reconciliation Week is a time to celebrate and share the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture with all other Australians. The week is showcased by various events including Indigenous Round in the AFL and other sporting leagues. This...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Timing is everything WORKSAFE Victoria has two years to investigate alleged bullying involving firefighters ( HS, May 25). Would that expire before or after the next state election? Peter Boardman, Frankston... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Footy is too hard DEAR Mr McLachlan, I don’t think it’s fair that there is Thursday night and Monday night footy. I am 10 and I’m not allowed to stay up late. I’m a Geelong member and I don’t think it’s fair that I can’t go to games. My little brother Riley is also a...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Wide open to criticism DURING almost 40 years as a police officer, I encountered a very diverse public. One category I named “highly educated morons”. They were people aged 20 to 30 who mainly attended university on the taxpayer and government. Influenced by the views of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: YOUR SAY: Just move a lot more WE do not need a sugar tax. It’s a lack of exercise, or just body movement in general, that is making kids fat. Gone are the days of walking to and from school, kicking a football around during lunch on the school oval, or walking to friends’ houses...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Myer’s Top-shock has a nasty chain reaction
MYER has been rocked by the slide into administration of Topshop and Topman Australia, with investors wiping more than $30 million off the value of the department store group. Shares in Myer, which has a 20 per cent stake in the fast fashion chain,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: AusPost supremo pays out AUSTRALIA Post chief Ahmed Fahour says he was “bemused” by the storm surrounding his $5.6 million pay packet and he didn't “hold a gun to the government’s head” to secure the deal. In comments likely to fan the controversy over his remuneration, the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: Tarocash, Connor sold off to South Africa
AUSTRALIAN men’s apparel brands Tarocash, Connor and yd. have been sold into foreign hands. South African retailer The Foschini Group has struck a deal to buy the brands’ parent company, the Retail Apparel Group, for $302.5 million. Retail Apparel,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: SPOTLESS LEGAL BLOW CLEANING and catering provider Spotless Group is facing a second class action over guidance it provided in 2015 that caused a massive plunge in its share price. Law firm Slater and Gordon yesterday filed proceedings in the Federal Court alleging...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: WHAT AHMED FAHOUR SAID It’s not as if I held a gun to the government’s head or to the board’s head and said if you don’t pay me this I’m not going to do this job.” I was bemused ... because there were some CEOs who were doing some things that were not so great to their...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: RUBBER-STAMPED
Ansell offloads condom division to Chinese... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: PLEIN SAILING
BEST BET PLEIN CIEL (R6, No.10) EARLY QUADDIE 1,2,6,9,10,13,15 / 2,3 / 1,2 / 1,4,6,8 COST: $100 for 89.28% BEST VALUE ZAMZAM (R8, No.1) BIG 6 2 / 1,4,6,8 / 2,10 / 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 / 1,4,5 / 1,3,14 COST: $100 for 19.84% Lloyd Williams holds the keys...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: NICK QUINN’S MULTI BET
RENEW $2.50 Sandown tomorrow, R4 No.2 On the quick backup after a poor performance last Saturday. Should provide Darren Weir and John Allen with another winner. MADASSA $1.90 Belmont tomorrow, R3 No.1 Star sprinter who has competed at the elite level...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: SANDOWN TOMORROW TRACK Good 4 FIRST RACE 11.30am FEATURE AUSTRALIAN RACES 12.45PM: Australian Steeplechase 3400m, Sandown 1.17PM: Group 2 Sires Produce Stakes 1400m, Eagle Farm 1.25PM: Australian Hurdle 3400m, Sandown 3PM: Listed McKell Cup 2400m, Randwick 3.55PM:...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: NICK QUINN BEST BET MADASSA (Belmont tomorrow, R3 No.1): Star sprinter who returned from a long layoff by running second to First Among Equals at Northam. VALUE BET THE CHAIRMAN (Eagle Farm tomorrow, R4 No.8): Mick Price-trained galloper who ran a brave second to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: MATT STEWART BEST BET ZAMZAM (Sandown tomorrow, R8 No.1): Bolted in second-up. High class and back to her best. Likes it soft. VALUE BET ABEBE (Sandown tomorrow, R4 No.9): If Renew is off his game (was flat at Flemington last start), Abebe is the up and comer....... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: CHRIS VERNUCCIO BEST BET RAIMENT (Eagle Farm tomorrow, R6 No.8): Bounced back with a huge win at Randwick and is adept on wet ground. VALUE BET ZAMZAM (Sandown tomorrow, R8 No.1): Returned to winning form and is at good odds again in a shallow race. SNEAKY CHANCE...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: Deltasun rising in the north
DELTASUN burst on the season as an early two-yearold, outmuscling his rivals in the Group 1 Home Grown Classic, but he was a horse that was always supposed to improve as a three-year-old. Deltasun may not have had that sharp edge in his first three...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: HOT TO TROT
Despite not having an absolute standout, this star on the rise has a handful of winning chances, including Fiery Mountain Girl (R8 No.1), Stormfortheboys (R5 No.1) and Jilliby Chevy (R2 No.7).... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: 5 OF THE BEST 1. MISS GRACELAND R2 No.2 Ballarat tonight WIN BET 2. SOLID AS A ROCK R3 No.5 Ballarat tonight WIN BET 3. DELIGHT ME R7 No.2 Ballarat tonight WIN BET 4. OUR LITTLE GENERAL R8 No.6 Ballarat tonight WIN BET 5. FABRICATION R8 No.8 Melton tomorrow...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: MUST WATCH BALLARAT R5 Red Hot Tooth faces another test but has drawn ideally. 7.43pm tonight BALLARAT R8 Our Little General was back with a bang, but has some handy opposition here. 9.10pm tonight MELTON R5 Major Crocker meets a strong field in the Golden...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: NAB sets bar higher for interest-only home loans NATIONAL Australia Bank will demand fatter deposits from customers taking out interest-only home loans from next month. The bank has issued a memo to mortgage brokers announcing it will cut loan-tovalue ratios on interest-only loans for owner...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: Gonski: cement tax rate into law
ANZ chairman David Gonski says the rate of the Turnbull Government’s new bank tax should be set in legislation so future increases would have to pass both houses of parliament. The respected business veteran — the last head of the big four banks to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: Fashion stakes 20% Myer’s stake in Topshop’s Australian business 17 Topshop outlets within Myer department stores 87.5c Myer’s share price — the lowest since 2015... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: ASIC to ringfence researchers THE corporate regulator plans to issue new rules to ensure separation of stockbrokers’ research functions from their corporate advisory businesses. Australian Securities and Investments Commission chief Greg Medcraft yesterday said the watchdog would...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SUPER RACING: BT SALE LIFTS WESTPAC WESTPAC shares have inched higher after the group confirmed it was selling a major stake in BT Investment Management, raising capital to bolster its books. The lender confirmed yesterday it was selling 60 million shares in the fund management group,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: Howard: we switched off
FORMER prime minister John Howard has blamed state governments for a potentially looming energy crisis, saying they have placed too much emphasis on renewables. A jump in blackouts and surge in energy prices would reflect “one of the greatest public...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: JOBLESS RATE NOT A TRUE INDICATOR OF LABOUR PAINS
THE Reserve Bank is puzzled why wages are growing at only 2 per cent, given unemployment is under 6 per cent. You should ignore the unemployment rate. It counts everyone working one hour or more per week as in work. Look at total hours worked. The...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: PILLARS STEADIER BUT RETAILERS ON RACK
THE Australian share market gained ground yesterday as strength in the mining and energy sectors outweighed falls by retailers. Stocks overcame a weak start to the day, with three of the big four banks steadying and ANZ shares posting their best gains...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: BETTER VIDEO TO BOOST AD SELL LINIUS Technologies, a Melbourne-based software developer, will help IBM squeeze more revenue from its video offerings after inking a deal with the computer titan. Linius has developed a method of splicing content that it says allows personalised...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: Alumina laments ‘lost’ decade ALUMINA chairman John Pizzey has slammed what he says is a decade of ineffective national energy policy. The policy deficit has left Victoria’s Portland aluminium smelter paying up to twice as much for power compared to the rest of the western world,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: With love, Ansell
ANSELL says it has found “a natural home” for its condoms with the sale of its sexual wellness business to a Chinese consortium. The group, which also makes medical and other protective gloves, has struck a deal to sell the division to Humanwell...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: Bounce and a stutter indicate it’s not time for a flutter
THE Australian share market was really intent on falling last week. The bounce foreshadowed by the divergence I spoke of last week was interesting in that the All Ordinaries fell sharply on Thursday, recovered slightly by the end of the day, followed...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: Vital to teach old dogs new tricks
THE “sell in May and go away” adage seems to be eventuating, with the market down about 2.5 per cent this month after rising 5.8 per cent since the start of the year. The phrase originated from the old custom of merchants and bankers who liked to...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: BUSINESS: ARISTOCRAT HITTING THE JACKPOT IN THE US ARISTOCRAT Leisure’s growth in the US gambling market has helped it beat expectations with a strong rise in first-half profit. The poker machine maker has revealed its net profit rose 57 per cent to $250 million in the six months to March. Revenue was...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Slipping behind the Velvet rope
WHEN friends suggested Tom Oliver see Velvet last year he thought it was just another recommendation to see “the best show of the year”. But Oliver (above) went along anyway and when the show ended he turned to his partner in amazement. And now that...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: ‘VILLAGE’ FESTIVAL THE TALK OF THE TOWN
PERFORMING in the world’s great concert halls would be regarded as a career pinnacle for many musicians. No so for Dr Jacqueline Ogeil and her husband, John O’Donnell. Both were both professional musicians in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra when...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: COMICS & STARS: OSCAR CAINER WWW.CAINER.COM
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20 Whether or not you feel ready for a new phase of your life, it seems the universe considers it the right time. It’s as if you’re being ushered towards a doorway, and it’s clear you can step through it if you so desire. One part of...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: THE BIG ONE Across 1 Available clothes 5 Nostradamus, eg 12 Stopwatch 13 Teasing 14 Egg-shaped 15 Biting midges 16 Delight 18 Horn of a deer 19 Largest desert 21 Sword fights 24 Season’s yield 26 Make a line 28 Soft bread rolls 30 Go away! 31 Golf scores 33 Light...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: CRYPTIC Across 1 Rejuvenate appearance, made surer by the kisser (9) 8 Designed homier housing for the last bit of root stock (7) 9 Step on the platform (5) 10 Plot is set back by these extremists (4) 11 Second highest point is the most forbidding (8) 13...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: 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:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: TWO SPEED CRYPTIC CLUES Across 2 Cease having the right to get in the fold 5 A little Tasmania in New Zealand expressed in verse 7 Tells you what’s cooking 8 Fish in a corner for best results 11 Being single you have to figure it out 12 It’s the gospel truth it...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK ONE Across 1 Guardian (5) 7 Tally (5) 8 Mends with wool (5) 10 Motif (5) 11 Follow as consequence (5) 13 Planet (6) 14 Hawaiian garlands (4) 16 Group of girls (4) 17 Zodiac sign (6) 20 Wash lightly (5) 21 Church office holder (5) 24 Man’s name (5) 25...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: QUIZMASTER 1 Who played the title roles in the 1979 award-winning movie Kramervs.Kramer? 2 What are the colours of the horizontal bands on the flag of Costa Rica? 3 In 1985, who became the owner of the Sydney Swans? 4 Which two pieces are placed between the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK CLUES Across 2 Fold 5 Group of lines of verse 7 Cookery instructions 8 Fish with rod and line 11 United 12 Kind of wheat 14 Violation of that held sacred 16 Fruit 17 Wildebeest 18 Concise 20 Three in one 21 Most secure 22 Church period Down 1 Comfortable...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: PUZZLES: SOLUTION 5919 Across: 1 Broomstick, 6 Respects, 12 Cling, 13 Adversary, 14 Red, 15 Drive-in, 16 Agents, 18 Wood, 19 One-liner, 20 Espressos, 24 Flamenco, 28 Dirigible, 30 Hoped, 31 Dignified, 32 Cemented, 35 Establish, 37 Shivered, 41 Toms, 43 Sketch, 45 Aerosol, 47...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: Injured Beale out of Tests MIDFIELD star Kurtley Beale will be rested from the Wallabies’ three June Tests, making halfback Will Genia probably the only overseas-based player in the squad. Australian coach Michael Cheika will name a 33-man squad on Tuesday for Tests against...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: WU BACK TO THE TOP THREE-time Olympian Melissa Wu’s rich vein of form continued at the Australian diving titles in Sydney yesterday when she won the women’s platform. Wu, 25, dominated the final and looked certain to compete this year in Budapest, Hungary, at her fifth...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: THE SKINNY BLACK HEART BART Bottled up in the field from an inside gate in The Goodwood and the race sort of passed him by. The blinkers go back on here, which looks significant. Great horse, handles all conditions. Can redeem. UNDER THE LOUVRE Last year’s...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: SUPER FORM
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26/05/2017: RACING: THE SPEED JUNGLE EDGE and MUSIC MAGNATE will attempt to cross from out wide. Ditto TYCOON TARA. Most of the others will take a sit.... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: THE FACTORS TRACK: Heavy 8 RAIL: True... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: FORECAST: Possible showers 24C... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: TO ALLEN BACK
FOR Australians now captivated by the energy and excellence of John Allen, it’s hard to imagine the mercurial Irishman lacking confidence and motivation. But life was different in Ireland in the late 2000s. Now 32, Allen was a successful jumps rider...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: ON THE PUNT
TWO big questions reverberate around today’s Geelong meeting. Can Lindsay Park continue its domination at the venue, even though the meeting has been switched to the turf track from synthetic? And can Dame Largo make it two in a row after breaking...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: RACING: Music hits the right notes in bid to find best form MUSIC Magnate appears to be ready to find his Group 1-winning form in the Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm tomorrow. After starting his winter with a strong win in the Group 2 Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm on April 29, Music Magnate turned in the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: TENNIS: SOMETHINGS
TURNING 30 once marked the onset of the dreaded tennis dotage. Accepted grand slam wisdom was that if a player hadn’t won a major by the age of 22, there wasn’t much prospect of it happening. And by 30, life in the tennis jungle was unsustainable —...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: TENNIS: Sam to start her French campaign on a high
SAM Stosur is celebrating an extraordinary milestone that is fuelling her hopes of embarking on another big French Open charge. Stosur will enter the claycourt grand slam, starting on Sunday, as Australia’s topranked women’s player for a 450th...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: TENNIS: KYRGIOS MISSES TOP-16 SEEDING NICK Kyrgios’s untimely injury setback has cost the Australian No.1 a top-16 seeding for the French Open. After a blinding hardcourt campaign in the US, Kyrgios’s momentum has stalled after the death of his grandfather, limited claycourt exposure and...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: POGBA DEDICATES TROPHY TO VICTIMS
PAUL Pogba dedicated Manchester United’s Europa League title triumph to the 22 people killed in the terrorist attack in Manchester, saying: “We played for the people who died.” An emotional evening in Stockholm began with a moment of silence and...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: Will stays purple BIRTHDAY boy Will Chambers has received a boost as he prepares for Origin I, brokering a new $2 million contract with Melbourne Storm. Chambers, who turns 29 today, has agreed to terms on a three-year upgrade keeping the Queensland centre at Storm...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: Taylor in awe of South comeback SOUTH Melbourne coach Chris Taylor says he has never experienced anything like his team’s epic FFA Cup comeback against Dandenong City on Wednesday night. Trailing 4-1 with eight minutes of regular time left at Lakeside Stadium, South scored four...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: MILFORD IN HOT SEAT FOR DEBUT A SHATTERED Johnathan Thurston was unable to guarantee his fitness for Origin II after the Queensland veteran yesterday ruled himself out of Wednesday night’s series opener in Brisbane. His withdrawal with a torn rotator cuff cleared the path for...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: ROLLAND IN SOLO BREAK PIERRE Rolland launched a late solo attack to win the 17th stage of the Giro d’Italia yesterday, and Tom Dumoulin’s overall lead remained unchanged. Frenchman Rolland accelerated from a large breakaway with about 5km to go in the 219km stage from...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: AFL steps in to broker Harris deal
THE deal to send Tayla Harris to Carlton was weeks in the making and came only after the AFL deemed it fair to the whole competition. The league essentially forced Carlton to give up three players for Harris. Rookie Nat Exon and Bendigo teenage...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: SEWN UP, TAYLA CARLTON recruit Tayla Harris cried when she told Lions coach Craig Starcevich she was leaving Brisbane, but he was among the first yesterday to wish the star well. The former Lions marquee forward joins AFLW leading goalkicker Darcy Vescio at the...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Rivalry fierce
HAWTHORN coach Alastair Clarkson says pride will be at stake against Sydney at the SCG tonight. While the Hawks languish in 17th and the Swans are 12th on the ladder, Clarkson said he expected the rivalry between the long-time powers to be as fierce...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Dees clear on how to beat Suns
MELBOURNE coach Simon Goodwin has said his team will fight fire with fire to beat Gold Coast at its own high-clearance game in Alice Springs tomorrow. Despite coming off a disappointing loss to North Melbourne and a slide to 11th at 4-5, the Demons...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: GAZZA’S CHINESE BURN GOLD Coast has denied Gary Ablett’s extended stay in China contributed to him missing tomorrow’s match against Melbourne with a shoulder injury. Ablett is out of the Alice Springs game after successive hits to his shoulder, including a knock against...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Armitage surgery ST Kilda midfielder David Armitage will be sidelined for at least another month after undergoing a second round of surgery to resolve adductor issues that have plagued him this season. Armitage, 28, has only managed two matches and hasn’t played since...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: CLUBS FINED FOR MELEES CARLTON and St Kilda players involved in melees during their spiteful Round 8 fixture have earned their clubs $10,000 fines. The Saints’ win on May 13 was underscored by a fracas late in the third term. In another spiteful game that weekend,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: AFL’S MOST WANTED
1 JOSH KELLY, 22 (GWS GIANTS) UNCONTRACTED NORTH Melbourne has filled up a truck with bags of money and plonked them on the smooth-moving midfielder’s doorstep. The nine-year, $9 million offer is probably the third biggest in the game’s history. And...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Clubs gear up for cash splash CALL it the seven-figure shopping spree. This year’s AFL exchange period is shaping up as the most aggressive yet as clubs prepare to splash the cash. The pending Collective Bargaining Agreement is set to deliver an extra 20 per cent in the salary...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: UNTHINKABLE, UNSINKABLE
THERE is nothing conventional about Lance Franklin. He is a key forward in his 13th season, a point when most other players in that position find their bodies severely failing them, yet it could be argued “Buddy” is at the peak of his powers. He is a...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: It’s just not funny
IT’S fair to say comedians won won’t be hosting soccer tele telecasts again after the ABC ABC’s trainwreck coverage of Live Liverpool’s friendly against Syd Sydney FC on Wednesday. So bad was the coverage tha that ABC boss Michelle GuthrieG was quizzed...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Something Extra helps Gill AFL boss Gillon McLachlan suffers from the horse owner’s curse of always having something on. Last Friday night the AFL chief was at the official function at Simonds Stadium when he was quizzed about his horses. McLachlan has a share in 10-year-old...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: THE WHISPER
Is the AFL set to investigate the use of masking agents to deal with concussion symptoms? Word has it the practice has come to the league’s attention recently.... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: Danger moments
THE slow-motion replay won’t do it justice. Patrick Dangerfield did something at the 11-minute mark of the second quarter last night that would have taken diehard Geelong fans down memory lane. They used to pile into Kardinia Park to watch one man,...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: OPEN TO BEING SHANGHAIED PORT Adelaide says it will consider Geelong as its opponent for next year’s clash in Shanghai. Port chief executive Keith Thomas said yesterday he hoped the league would soon endorse the China fixture. Geelong is understood to be open to discussing...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: PORT FAILS TO TAKE A SCALP WEST Coast has assumed the title of the AFL’s ‘‘flat-track bully’’ this season, much to the displeasure of coach Adam Simpson. But the question has to be asked: Is Port Adelaide in the same boat? Last night’s clash with Geelong was the Power’s chance...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: MATCH IN A MINUTE Q1 It was not pretty footy, with no shortage of ball-ups, throw- ins and free kicks. Most of the term was played in Geelong’s forward half, but the Cats failed to make the most of their chances. Geelong won the inside-50 count 18-8 but managed only one...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: FOLLOW THE MONEY
THE man who lured dual Geelong premiership coach Mark Thompson back to Essendon has close links to superstar Richmond free agent Dustin Martin. Wealthy property developer and influential Essendon coterie figure Mark Casey — brother of former Tigers...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: It’s ‘Dangerwood’ to the rescue again GEELONG coach Chris Scott said he feels like a broken record speaking glowingly of star duo Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood after the pair led the Cats to another win last night. Dangerfield kicked three goals including the matchwinner with 1:38...... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: AFL: CRICKET PAY WAR
PLAYERS RECRUIT COMBET TO LEAD WAGE FIGHT... Pubdate:

26/05/2017: SPORT: Cloke dumped — again TRAVIS Cloke faces a fresh fight to resurrect his flagging career after being dropped by his new club Western Bulldogs last night — the fourth time he has been demoted in the past 12 months. Cloke, 30, was a casualty of last week’s loss to Geelong,...... Pubdate:








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