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01/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: TERROR Police swoop on electrician alleging he’s a ... TRADIE
A BUSH tradie is facing life behind bars for allegedly helping Islamic State terrorists develop hi-tech missiles following a dramatic counterterrorism raid in southeast New South Wales yesterday. Electrician Haisem Zahab, 42, was arrested when more...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: $1b road, rail cash bonanza VICTORIA is poised for a billion-dollar boost in road and rail funding ahead of the federal Budget in a stunning about-face from the Turnbull Government. The Herald Sun understands the federal and state governments are close to agreeing on a package...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: FRONT PAGE: Law alert VICTORIAN barristers have been warned not to do business with Slater and Gordon unless paid beforehand amid concerns about the embattled law firm’s rising debt. List A Barristers sent a memo to its members yesterday “strongly” recommending work...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: MP won’t face voters’ fury
EMBATTLED Labor MP Don Nardella has decided to avoid facing voters at the next state election amid the entitlements scandal engulfing the Andrews Government. But the Melton MP, who has claimed more than $100,000 to live in the seaside town of Ocean...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Reforms options with PM THE fight to protect free speech in Australia will move to the Coalition party room after a landmark parliamentary inquiry handed the Turnbull Government options for reforming the notorious 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. While free speech...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Tatts OZ LOTTO DRAW 1202: 2, 37, 26, 17, 42, 33, 27 Supps: 44, 4. Div 1 prize pool: $10 million. Prov prize pool: $16, 108,418.08 MONDAY LOTTO Draw 3638: 25, 42, 19, 26, 14, 43 Supps: 36, 22. Div 1: $1 million Div 2: $2,394.95 Div 3: $605.15 Div 4: $30.70...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Homework is just a waste of time
SCHOOLS should ditch homework and focus on better teaching in class, an international education expert says. US consultant Matt Miller said he was “horrified” by the mountain of homework he saw dished out. It could do more harm than good by leading...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Harvey Norman record return A BOUYANT property market and demand for wireless technology has propelled furniture and electrical goods heavyweight Harvey Norman to a record first-half profit. Net profit at Harvey Norman surged by close to 40 per cent to $257.3 million for the six...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: DOB IN TENNIS PREDATORS
An abuse hotline will start. A CRIME Stoppers-style hotline will be set up by Tennis Australia in a bid to urge players to dob in sexual predators. Children will be especially encouraged to use the service to report harassment or abuse from coaches,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Packer’s giant sale JAMES Packer’s Crown Resorts reportedly planning massive cuts across the casino group, selling flagship golf courses, axing major sporting sponsorships and even reviewing its fleet of private jets for high rollers. Crown is reeling from the arrests of...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Oscar gaffe ‘too long’ VETERAN Australian TV producer David Hill — the live production specialist who oversaw last year’s Academy Awards telecast — says the “huge black mark” on the Oscars after this year’s monumental Best Picture stuff-up was how long it took for the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: MATT’S TIPS
Use computer technology to grade assessments Provide timely feedback, not 48 hours after homework or assignments have been submitted Use class time for some one-on-one teaching Ditch lectures and “cookie cutter lessons” Ensure pupils do the work,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Home giant goes bust MAJOR Victorian construction company Watersun Homes has gone into administration, leaving hundreds of customers with unfinished houses and owing contractors thousands of dollars. The Melbourne-based home builder, a former sponsor of the St Kilda...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Rich girls chase tan despite cancer risk WEALTHY high school girls are placing themselves in danger of skin cancer despite being aware of the risks of tanning. New figures showing seven out of 10 secondary students are aware of the dangers of tanning, however almost twothirds still take the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Activists defend ‘street trash’ plan HOMELESSNESS activists have defended a campaign to trash Melbourne’s streets with rubbish, claiming it is a legitimate form of protest. Secret documents compiled by the Homeless Persons Union revealed a campaign to stalk Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: JUICE HELPS FIX FLOPS
STUDIES suggest a daily serving of pomegranate juice could boost men’s sex lives. At the University of California, 53 men with impotence had 220ml of pomegranate juice with their dinner. Nearly half had improvements in erectile function after drinking...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: $1M COWELL HEIST BUSTED
A BURGLAR has been found guilty of stealing $1.25 million worth of jewellery from the home of entertainment mogul Simon Cowell (above). Darren February was convicted on Monday at a court in London. February already had 37 burglary convictions. He is...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: HE SOLD SOLAR PANELS, KNIVES
THE sleepy town of Young in rural NSW is, in every sense, far from the battlefields of Syria and Iraq. But it is there that Australian-born Haisem Zahab, 42, was helping Islamic State build its deadliest weapons, federal police allege. Authorities...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: 100,000 homes to be built in 17 new suburbs
EXTRA land to help create 17 new Melbourne suburbs is being released by the state government over the next two years in a bid to tackle housing affordability. Planning Minister Richard Wynne and Treasurer Tim Pallas said 100,000 lots would be rezoned...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: ROBOTS SET TO REIGN A TECH tycoon believes that within 30 years robots will outnumber humans — and be 1000 times smarter. Masayoshi Son, founder of Japanese tech giant Softbank, which owns Britain’s ARM Holdings, predicted the intelligence of robots will surpass the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: NATIONAL SECURITY HOTLINE: 1800 123 400 12 SUCCESSFULLY DISRUPTED TERRORIST ATTACKS, MAJOR DISRUPTION OPERATIONS 61 PEOPLE CHARGED 26 COUNTERTERRORISM OPERATIONS... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: CONTROVERSIAL MP CRACKS THAT WHIP ... Gives Nats the slip
OUTSPOKEN MP George Christensen says he is not planning on defecting from the federal government ranks despite quitting as Nationals Whip. But the Queensland MP — a critic of the Turnbull Government’s direction — would not entirely rule out a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: LOTTO WIN ... IT’S IN THE BAG
AT the bottom of an Aldi shopping bag, a grandfather’s ticket to more than $1 million lay undisturbed for more than a year. The man discovered he had won the money, 414 days after entering the January 9, 2016 Saturday Lotto draw, only when he entered...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: ‘Brainy’ genes boost autism THE same genes that cause higher intelligence can trigger autism, research suggests. A US study of 5000 people found the genes that are linked with exceptional brain power were also associated with the disorder. The Yale University authors said the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: CHARLES TUNED TO HI-TECH WIZARDRY
TURNS out you can teach an old dog new tricks. Former maths and engineering teacher Charles Halik, 91, felt out of touch with modern technology, so he hired coaching firm ReadyTechGo for smartphone tips. “I got very glum because I realised this is a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Donor truth exposed PEOPLE who donated sperm and eggs before 1998, expecting anonymity, will now be revealed to donor offspring even if they don’t consent to it. Under legal changes taking effect today, all those born from sperm or eggs donated in Victoria before January...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: UFU boss ‘bully’
UNITED Firefighters Union boss Peter Marshall threatened and bullied a senior government staffer over delays in appointing firefighters to plum government jobs, a parliamentary inquiry has heard. New details of a controversial $484,000 payment to the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: LIFETIME NOD FOR HESTON
CHEF, scientist and culinary magician Heston Blumenthal has been named the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient from the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. The Fat Duck and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal chef will accept his accolade on April 5 at the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: New cancer drug break A NEW drug to stop breast cancer spreading to the bones has been developed by US scientists at Utah University. The cancer can cause bones to become brittle and break, in a similar way to osteoporosis, causing pain and fractures. The new drug works...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: DANNY MICHELL “I did not make that request of the two million dollars be paid.” About his treatment by UFU secretary Peter Marshall: “Peter called me ... it started very chummy chummy — hello comrade, all that sort of stuff — and by the end of it, I broke down. The...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: MICK BOURKE “I can’t remember how directly (Danny Michell) communicated. But it was along the lines of, ‘the CFA has to come up with a couple of million dollars in respect of satisfying some of the legal processes we’ve been involved in’ ... It was a surprise ......... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: CLAIRE HIGGINS “In early February 2015, I have a recollection of a conversation with Mick Bourke ... He raised with me that a claim had been made by the UFU with regards to our ... regular approaches to Fair Work Commission. At which I said, ‘well, of course we’ll...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: G, A FREE KICK FOR THE FANS
FANS will be allowed on to the MCG for kick-to-kick sessions after 11 AFL games this year, three more than during last year’s season. Those games include the first 10 Sunday matches. It takes the total number of AFL games in Melbourne featuring...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Surgery supply crisis HUNDREDS of operations across Victoria may be cancelled because hospitals have been left without the vital supplies needed for surgery. Victoria’s Health Department is fighting to avert chaos, after a bungled computer ordering program at one of the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: KICK TO KICK AT THE MCG April 2 Melbourne v Carlton April 9 Carlton v Essendon April 30 Geelong v Collingwood May 7 Melbourne v Hawthorn May 14 Richmond v Fremantle May 21 Melbourne v North Melbourne May 28 Collingwood v Brisbane Lions August 6 Richmond v Hawthorn August 13...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: A history of horrors ENGLAND’S mammoth inquiry into historical child sex abuse has been told at its first public hearings of “torture, rape and slavery” suffered by child migrants to Australia. The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse opened by looking at schemes...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: MEN MISSING THE SPOT FEWER than two-thirds of heterosexual women are regularly satisfied in the bedroom, research shows. That compares with 88 per cent in lesbian relationships, according to a study of 52,600 people in monogamous relationships. It implies women might be...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: PLANT INFERNO TO CAUSE RECYCLING HEADACHES
A HUGE fire yesterday destroyed a plant that takes more than a third of Melbourne’s recycled waste. Coolaroo residents were warned to stay indoors, and 100 workers were evacuated, as more than 130 firefighters battled the blaze at the SKM Recycling...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Racist ban in class PUPILS of South Sudanese heritage have been banned from congregating in groups of three or more at several Melbourne schools, a federal parliamentary inquiry has heard. The policy is being enforced by teachers who told the groups of African pupils...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Cruise boost for Victoria LUXURY liner Queen Elizabeth is to be based in Melbourne in early 2019, bringing Victoria a multi-million-dollar boost from tourism. Cunard’s 90,900-tonne ship will have a two-month stint in Australia, offering seven cruises to New Zealand, South...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: LORDE’S NEW MUSIC TEASER
NEW Zealand pop star Lorde has teased fans, hinting there’s some new music on its way in a short video clip uploaded to a new website. The singer unveiled a clip of her sitting in the back of a car, eating fast food and with dance beats playing in the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: CARS SEIZED EAGLE-eyed police in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs impounded two highperformance cars within three hours early yesterday. The first, a Holden GTS, was clocked travelling at 110kmh on Blackburn Rd, in Doncaster East, just after 7am. The driver, a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: PREDATOR HUNT A WOMAN, 30, was sexually assaulted in an early-morning attack in Kerang, northwest of Melbourne. She was approached by a man while walking along Park Rd between 1am and 2am on February 11. As she walked beneath a footbridge that connects with Albert...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: YES MINISTER, YES, YES, YES SPAIN has appointed its first Minister of Sex, whose job will be to get people busy between the sheets. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy appointed Edelmira Barreira as the country’s “sex tsar” to get Spaniards to produce more babies. The country is faced...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: SHADY CLUE POLICE believe a man who wears his sunglasses at night can help solve a fast-food break-in. Hume CIU officers believe a man and a woman were involved in a burglary at a Roxburgh Park business on February 8. Detectives have released images of a man...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Best events March ahead
MELBOURNE goes mad in March with an unprecedented number of international and local sporting, fashion, food and cultural events. Celebrations begin in style tonight with the VIP launch of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival at Government...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: The teddy bear hackers’ picnic MILLIONS of private conversations between parents and children have been hacked in the latest security failing of an internet-connected smart toy. Passwords, emails and two million recorded messages between parents and children have been exposed in a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: TUPAC DEATH CAR FOR SALE
THE car rapper Tupac Shakur was in when he was shot dead is up for sale for $1.95 million. The controversial star died in September 1996 when the BMW he was in was the target of a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. The BMW 750iL, which once belonged to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: A breath test for flu DIAGNOSING flu could be as simple as giving yourself a breathalyser test. Scientists at the University of Texas in the US have developed a handheld device that detects high levels of certain chemicals — isoprene, ammonia and nitric oxide — released by...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Big shark takes dog A SHARK has taken a dog at a popular beach as it was fetching a stick thrown by its owner — prompting warnings for swimmers and pets to stay out of the water. Molly, an American Staffordshire terrier, was taken at Bonna Point Reserve in Sydney’s south...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: PANDAS GET DOWN TO IT TWO giant pandas at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo mated for the first time in four years on Monday — a 52-second effort that boosted hopes for a baby as well as shares in a nearby Chinese restaurant. Public viewing of pandas at the zoo has been halted since last...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: Gumtree bans donkey sales
ONLINE sales website Gumtree said on Monday it had banned advertisements offering donkeys in South Africa to prevent inhumane killings of the animals to meet Chinese demand for their skins. Donkeys are being increasingly slaughtered in South Africa to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: Losing all sense of direction
WHEN a bloke earns $5.6 million a year to run a postal service, it’s a fair bet his customers might expect some decent, well, service. So you’ll understand why Judy from East Oakleigh is mystified after rellies sold their home across the road and...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: BIRDS LOVE PETERTER
WHEN Abbey and Andrew from Mooroopna made a scarecrow for her dad, Peter, they wanted it to be as lifelike as possible to keep the blackbirds away. So they gave “Pedro” her dad’s face. “We took it to barbecues to show it off to our friends,” Abbey...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: MILESTONES A HUGE happy 104th birthday today to Kathleen Clark, from Footscray, who credits her longevity to copious quantities of chocolate — and still retains her fine accent 63 years after emigrating from Ireland. And it’s a standing ovation for two couples...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: STEP UP TO THE PLATE MORE funny numberplates, and Joyce from Morwell was amused by one she spotted en route to Melbourne last week, “1CY 6UM” — or “icy bum”. Judy from Albury saw one in Wodonga reading “IDO ICH” or “1DO 1CH”— or “I do itch”. But Barry from Mornington is...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: HIGH PRICE OF SERVICE NOT everyone is impressed by the upgraded phones provided by Telstra after it closed down its old 2G network in December. Renee from Sydenham said hers came with no instructions. “I went back to the Telstra shop and they said I could download the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: IN BLACK & WHITE: JOKE OF THE DAY
A BANK robber pulls out a gun, points it at the teller and says: “Give me all the money or you’re geography!” The puzzled teller replies: “Did you mean to say ‘or you’re history?’” The robber says: “Don’t change the subject!” FROM GERRY OF GEELONG... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: 22 years for a ‘jealous’ killer
THE family of a woman brutally slain by her son’s childhood friend say the killer has robbed them of the most important person in their world and deserves never to be freed. Prasad Somawansa’s husband was on the phone to her when she was attacked, and...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: NEWS: LEGEND LEAH CLUB’S GRANDEST GRAN
LEAH Quenault is the hardworking mother of two — and trainer to more than 200. Every weekend you’ll find her doing the rounds at Traralgon Football Club. From player hydration to injury management, the 53year-old grandmother plays a pivotal role in...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: WORLD: DUTERTE TO TARGET KIDS PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is among the backers of a new law to lower the age of criminal responsibility from 15 to nine. Mr Duterte reportedly said last April he would murder his own son if the boy used drugs. “I do not care what the human rights guys...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: STARS’ THANKS TO JEANNE
MARINA Prior and husband Grant Piro have praised Jeanne Pratt (pictured) for her philanthropic support of the Melbourne arts community. Prior and Piro will play the leads in Hello Dolly, the first musical of The Production Company, which Pratt founded...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Bella the ball
ACTOR Bella Heathcote is mixing business with pleasure on her first trip back to Melbourne in three years. The Fifty Shades Darker star says it’s been an emotional return to her home town as an ambassador for the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: FEASTING AT THE LOGIES
CHICKEN or beef or lamb or fish? That’s what Logies guests can expect this year on the night of TV Week’s awards, which will be held at the Palladium room at Crown on April 23. Confidential had an exclusive tasting of the menu yesterday, alongside...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: TOP WOMEN TALK POWER A MIX of high-profile women will speak at next week’s International Women’s Day Forum. On March 8 at Melbourne Museum as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, the event will feature a panel exploring issues around gender equality...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: FORCED OUT OF THEIR TRANCE NETBALL has pulled rank on a trance event at Melbourne Park. Due to the rescheduling of a Super Netball League game on March 12, international trance DJs, including Sander Van Doorn, Andrew Bayer and Ben Nicky, and their Istoria event, have been...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Finn’s back in the Black
TIM Finn’s frock-fest, Ladies In Black, premiered in style at the Regent Theatre last night. The show, which features 20 songs penned by the Split Enz and Crowded House star Finn, and revolves around fashion, friendship and the 1950s, is based on...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: CHEFS’ FAST FOOD FORMULA
SEVERAL of Melbourne’s best chefs are joining forces for the Grand Prix. The Chef’s Collective features (pictured, from left) Benjamin Cooper (Chin Chin), Jacques Reymond and Victor Liong (Lee Ho Fook). Other chefs include Shane Delia (Maha), Darren...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: LILY GETS A KICK FROM SALE
WHILE footy is the focus at the moment, Melbourne AFLW player Lily Mithen is also — naturally — thinking about horses. The daughter of TV reporter turned horse breeder Anthony Mithen visited the Oakland Junction and met a star yearling during the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: HOT
LA LA LAND: SORRY, WE MEANT MOONLIGHT... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: NOT THE BAY: FIRST IT WAS POO IN THE WATER, NOW IT’S JAWS... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: OPINION: Mob no help for homeless MELBOURNE council must have the democratic power to enact bylaws that properly govern the city and protect its amenity. Common sense dictates that even in free societies, laws and regulations are fundamental to maintain order and safety, and preserve a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: OPINION: The Western Distributor is a deal that doesn’t add up
TRANSURBAN’S get-richquick scheme at the expense of Victorian taxpayers — otherwise known as the Western Distributor — is back in the news. It has been reported that Transurban is increasingly confident its proposed Western Distributor project will...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: OPINION: Without vision we’ll have only disappointment
IAM often asked if I miss politics. My answer is that I don’t miss the minutiae of politics but I do miss the big challenges facing our great country. Would I ever contemplate re-entering political life? I think I’m too young! I do not know whether,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: HOT TOPIC
WHY is he only “urged” to pay the money back? The average Joe on welfare who gets caught cheating the system is forced to pay the money back and threatened with legal action. Why isn’t this happening? Kylie THIS is just yet another example of...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Snobby MPs on the outer STATE MPs Telmo Languiller and Don Nardella, who have both resigned, represented working-class areas in the western suburbs. However, Mr Languiller resides in Queenscliff and Mr Nardella resides in Ocean Grove — both well outside their electorates....... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: 50/50
MALCOLM Turnbull, when looking over your shoulder, remember, you reap what you sow. Karma. JP, Narre Warren North THE name of the AFLW should be changed to AWFL because the standard of play is awful. Ricky Dennis, Murrumbeena HEY Metro, please do...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: TEXT TALK PERHAPS Victorian magistrates should front the media after handing down their decisions, just like a football coach does after a game. That way they could explain to everyone some of these mystifying sentences. Nick, Point Cook VIOLENT and bored...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: VOX POP
I opened the envelope and it said, ‘Emma Stone, La La Land’ ... I wasn’t trying to be funny WARREN BEATTY EXPLAINS HOW THE ACADEMY AWARDS BEST FILM BLUNDER HAPPENED... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Look after officers THE thin blue line is an apt euphemism; the barrier for law and order, versus chaos and disorder. Greater police numbers being touted by both major political powers is welcome news. However, better news would be a revision of programs and care...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Pushing the envelope “BLAH Blah Land” ( HS, Feb 28) fittingly describes the sensational Academy Awards screw-up that horrified Hollywood but gave us average punters out here in the real world lots of belly laughs. An envelope mix-up between films about the self-absorbed...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Ignorance is amiss CONCERNED by the lack of respect for the police and judicial system by offenders and a range of law-andorder issues including youth justice riots, carjackings, home invasions, the seemingly revolving door at our courts and ineffective bail conditions,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Lives, dreams collide LA La Land is probably the most appropriate title of any movie ever made. Hollywood is the home of a once proud heritage that has declined in standards and performance over the past two decades. The movie and music awards have become an outlet for...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: Same old for AFL THANK you, Herald Sun, for publishing the tape of the Essendon officials. I see on the AFL website Gillon McLachlan has said the tape contained no new facts. So he realised in 2013 that Paul Little, James Hird, Danny Corcoran and Mark Thompson all...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: NEWS FLASH MARCH 1, 2007 THE death of rock legend Billy Thorpe stunned fans and the entertainment world yesterday. A star-studded memorial concert is planned. Herald Sun archives... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: AMY LISMORE
I loved Lion — an amazing story, I was blubbering the whole time. If it won I would’ve been happy.... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: JACK MEMBREY
La La Land was refreshing. I liked Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and the ending wasn’t clichéd.... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: JOHN ANDERSON
I haven’t seen any of the films. But I’ve heard Lion is an absolute must-see, and it’s Aussie.... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: LETTERS: SHELLEY MEWETT
I wouldn’t even know what was nominated. I think there’s too much made out of the Oscars.... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: A Baird hug for NAB’s clients
MIKE Baird has defended his decision to take an executive job with National Australia Bank six weeks after retiring from politics, saying he needed more time with his family. The former premier of New South Wales is expected to earn just over $1...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS DAILY: TRIAL BY TRUMP THE Australian stockmarket will be in the spotlight today as investors react to a landmark speech by US President Donald Trump. Mr Trump is due at 1pm Melbourne time to make his first address to a joint setting of the US Congress, after markets there...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS: Dissidents aboard
DISSIDENT Bellamy’s Australia shareholder Jan Cameron has succeeded in ousting three of four directors targeted in a boardroom putsch, but failed to secure a seat herself. The founder of outdoor clothing retailer Kathmandu says the new directors,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS: STAIN OF $391M HIT SPOOKS SPOTLESS SHAREHOLDERS SPOTLESS shares have tumbled to an all-time low after the cleaning and catering company flagged smaller dividends following a writedown-heavy $358 million first-half loss. The stock fell 16 per cent during early trade yesterday as investors digested...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS: Coal claim ‘incorrect’ FORTESCUE Metals has rejected speculation it has made a $1 billion-plus bid for control of a Wesfarmers coal mine. The miner yesterday told investors it was committed to reducing debt and investing in its iron ore operations. Fortescue chairman...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS: Death halts fashion bid A FORMER Qatari ruler’s death has thrown into doubt a $135 million takeover bid for Millers and Rivers owner Specialty Fashion. Shares in Specialty Fashion fell 2.3 per cent to 62.5c yesterday after the group said it was unclear if investment company...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: SAFER THAN HOUSES
Two years into a new life in Australia, English-born Andrew Winter got the kind of phone call every aspiring celebrity dreams about. The real estate expert, who had shifted his family to Queensland for the sunshine and property potential, had been the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: Donald Glover
Donald Glover is one of the hottest stars in Hollywood. The 33-year-old has just been signed to play the young Lando Calrissian in the upcoming Han Solo Star Wars film. In recent days it was also announced Glover will voice Simba in the live-action...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: My INXS kiss-and-tell
Get those Real Housewives of Sydney talking and the kiss-and-tell confessions are as outrageous as you’d expect. Take Read My Lips singer Melissa Tkautz who told Switched On her first celebrity snog was with INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. The...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: HOW COLIN MADE MEAL OF MKR GIG
Colin Fassnidge has revealed he nearly got sacked after two episodes of My Kitchen Rules. The Irish-born restaurateur, who has been a judge on the Seven cooking show since 2013’s fourth season, told Switched ON he wasn’t much good at first. It was a...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: PEAK DESIGN EVERYDAY BACKPACK 30L
Hands down the most well considered camera bag, Peak Design’s Everyday Backpack 30L has customisable dividers to accommodate a lot of camera gear, as well as zipped openings on both sides, pockets for everything from memory cards to chargers, and...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: EVERKI CONTEMPRO
This fashionable bag has a wide top opening and a padded section able to fit a 15.6-inch laptop and tablet. Unlike some tech backpacks, it still has the essentials such as a side pocket for a water bottle. $150 / everki.com... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: HEDGREN FRAMEWORK
The bag has a pocket for a battery pack and cable holders that lets you connect the charger to gadgets in the other parts of the bag. It fits a 15-inch laptop and tablet, and has the added protection of a RFID shield. $300 / davidjones.com.au... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: OAKLEY LUNCHBOX BACKPACK
This 30-litre backpack is part tech bag and part lunch box, offering the unusual combination of a padded section able to fit up to a 17-inch laptop and a cooler section at the front. Ideal for some but a niche product. $350 / oakley.com.au... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SWITCHED ON: ARC’TERYX BLADE 28
This overnight backpack which would suit a bike commuter offers two sections which fold flat when unzipped, letting you keep clothes on one side and a 15-inch computer, tablet and work tools on the other. $300 / arcteryx.com... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: COMICS & STARS: OSCAR CAINER
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20 “Walk my way, and a thousand violins begin to play, Or it might be the sound of your hello, That music I hear, I get misty the moment you’re near...“Though the melody of Misty was written by Erroll Garner, the words are by Johnny...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: PUZZLES: THE BIG ONE Across 1 Metallic sound 4 Hurt 8 Leg bone 11 Pulsating vocal tone 12 Defect 14 Cause damage: ___ havoc 16 Fatal 17 Be ill 18 Care 19 Let loose 21 Sport of sailing 23 More compact 27 Violent protesters 28 Changes 30 Very dry, as wine 31 Teenage pimple...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: PUZZLES: TWO SPEED CRYPTIC CLUES Across 1 Endless time some man uses for those greedy for wealth 6 Autocratic person portrayed if casts changed 9 One of the two use her tie 10 Lose location of wild fruit 12 Took a particular subject in a distinct new side 14 Show anger...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: PUZZLES: CRYPTIC Across 1 Island that’s crazy and a great ‘60s vehicle (10) 8 Reflected on the origin of discipline and effect of the lash (5) 9 Poor mules swallowed two grand to avoid import duty (7) 10 Carol about the prominence of money (8) 11 Leave modern woman to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK ONE Across 5 Engages in thought (10) 7 Dreaming phase of sleep (init) (3) 8 Man (coll) (5) 10 Continent (4) 12 Community of monks (9) 14 Indoor game (9) 20 Soft sheepskin leather (4) 21 Over-stimulated (coll) (5) 22 Male child (3) 23 Directors of ships...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: PUZZLES: SOLUTION 5845 Across: 1 Log out, 4 Adds up, 8 Proud, 12 Grassland, 13 Cardiff, 14 Shack, 17 Tankard, 18 Bowmen, 19 Car wash, 23 Matilda, 25 Shipmates, 27 Tory, 28 Thoroughbred, 31 Unattainable, 35 Go on, 38 Overdrive, 40 Sunbeam, 41 Garment, 43 Autumn, 45 In total,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: TWO PREMIER MOVES
THE departure of Ahmed Fahour from Australia Post and the arrival of Mike Baird at the National Australia Bank are each interesting moves in their own right. They also highlight some big issues. On one level, Baird’s move is the simplest. He decided...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: ONE DEFICIT IS SHRINKING ON one level it’s beyond astonishing. A year ago our current account deficit was running at a rate of nearly $100 billion a year. In the latest quarter it was down to a rate of less than $16 billion. It could well actually turn positive this year....... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: All set for surplus BOOMING coal and iron ore prices are likely to lift Australia to its first current account surplus since the 1970s during this quarter, economists say. The current account deficit narrowed by 63 per cent to $3.85 billion in the December quarter, to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: Merger is academic OXFORD University has rowed its way to another victory, with the commercial arm of its business college taking a controlling stake in Australian research house BIS Shrapnel. The UK-headquartered advisory group, known as Oxford Economics, will merge...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: SALES PITCH DITCHED
WESTPAC’S subsidiary banks will follow in its footsteps and dump all product-related incentives for staff to help regain customer trust. Chief executive Brian Hartzer (pictured) last September announced he was scrapping incentives offered to staff to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Frankly speaking
BROADMEADOWS MP Frank McGuire has renewed demands for a halt to the “managed decline” of industrial areas in his electorate through repurposing funds earmarked for the car industry. Mr McGuire told Commercial Property his 10-point plan to revitalise...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Boutique manager ramps up BOUTIQUE listed property group Folkestone yesterday confirmed it would increase its full-year dividend by 5 per cent to 2.625c a share on the back of expectations for “sustainable growth”. The payout will be fully franked. The funds manager and...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Buyers feast on tasty Docklands properties BAGGING A LEASE
THREE Docklands restaurants have proved an appetising choice for private investors who paid a combined $5.58 million for the premises. MP Burke Commercial said one local buyer and two Sydneysiders feasted on the fully leased NewQuay eateries with...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: It’s a CBD fringe festival FOREIGN investors were responsible for 84 per cent of Melbourne’s central business district fringe commercial property purchases last year, according to figures from Savills Australia. The company’s research shows that inner-city sales of $1.39...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: BUSINESS TENDERS: Coming to you
GOOD Cycle’s mobile bike services have matured. Over the past year, the not-for-profit has worked with management companies in Melbourne’s CBD to bring on-site servicing to bike commuters while they work in their offices upstairs. The tune-ups are so...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: A city full of inspiration
MELBOURNE is all the inspiration Mitchell Toy needs to spend every spare minute painting. It is true his inspiration also stretches to the southeastern suburbs but it is central Melbourne where he often wanders, making new discoveries and also looking...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: PRIOR AND DOLLY OPEN THE SEASON
BETTE Midler may be starring in Hello Dolly! in New York but Melbourne will be treated to a star turn from Marina Prior in the lead role. One of the most enduring musicals of all time will see Prior (pictured below) play the adorable Dolly Levi...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: YOUNG GUNS IN MIX FOR $1.65M
A STRING of young Australian tennis talent led by Omar Jasika and Alex De Minaur will chase a seasonending pot of gold at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan. The ATP World Tour tournament, to be held on November 7-11, offers $1.65 million to the eight...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Rivalry fuelled JAMIE Whincup has predicted DJR/Team Penske will become the Red Bull Holden Racing Team’s greatest rival this year in an on-track duel driven by “bad blood’’. In his exclusive online column, the six-time champion revealed DJR/Team Penske had overtaken...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Hamilton fastest in first F1 test NEW rules. New cars. Same result. Mercedes dominated the first day of Formula One pre-season testing in Spain yesterday, sending a message that an overhaul of regulations may not derail the three-time defending champion. While Lewis Hamilton aimed for...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: BEN BIDS FOR QUICK FIX NBA No.1 draft pick Ben Simmons has had bone marrow injected into his injured right foot as he tries to make it back to the practice court. The Australian, who has not played a game in his first year with Philadelphia 76ers and on Saturday was ruled...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SOCCER: TEEN’S DREAM DEBUT
THIS is the Melbourne Victory teenager who could be plucked from the youth team for a dream A-League debut on Friday night. Christian Theoharous, who turned 17 in December, is set to be a squad inclusion for the crunch away match against ladder leader...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SOCCER: Back off, JVS warns refs THE A-League’s lack of independence and the waning standard of officiating are stifling the game in Australia, according to John van’t Schip. The former Melbourne City coach said the players should be the stars but headlines too often were hijacked by...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SOCCER: South women’s bid set SOUTH Melbourne says it can provide a professional set-up for women to match all WLeague teams. And if its bid to be included in the national women’s competition next season is successful, South directors say they will pay close to the full $150,000...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: Oh yes, he Khan
PETER Snowden hasn’t given up hope of Khan winning this month’s Golden Slipper but concedes the Sires’ Produce and Champagne Stakes will be his best shot at Group 1 glory this autumn. Snowden is adamant Khan will bounce back after his disappointing...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: Sizzling colt for Suzanne SIX years have passed since Tony McEvoy watched as a yearling sales target was whisked from his grasp by Queenslander Kelso Wood. The colt McEvoy wanted to buy — “but was not bold enough” — turned out to be Sizzling, who progressed to Group 1 victory...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: Chautauqua weight ‘enticing’ CHAUTAUQUA’S managing owner says the star sprinter’s Newmarket Handicap weight is fair, but a decision is still pending whether he takes up the challenge. Chautauqua received 58kg in yesterday’s release of weights for the 1200m sprint at Flemington on...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: SNITZEL SO TASTY A SIXTH yearling sold for $500,000 or more at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale yesterday. A day after Ciaron Maher outlaid a Victorian record $1.4 million for an I Am Invincible colt, Sun Bloodstock paid $625,000 for a three-quarter brother to...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: RACING: GOLDEN SLIPPER $2.80 She Will Reign $8 Houtzen, Menari $11 Catchy, Pariah Chauffeur, $15 Trekking, Veranillo Condor Heroes, Eden Roc, Khan, Formality, From $26 Within, Limbo Soul, Madeenaty, Muraaqeb, Tulip, Showtime... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Brokebat mountain
INDIA has packed up and headed for the hills. In a desperate bid to “find themselves”, captain Virat Kohli led his teammates into the wilderness yesterday to camp out after the shock first Test loss to Australia. Team insiders said the purpose of the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Chambers wills himself on to new season FOR all the good things Will Chambers did in the 77th minute of last year’s NRL grand final, he’s best remembered for the one thing he didn’t do. With his team 14-12 down against Cronulla, the Melbourne Storm centre took on two Sharks tacklers down...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: WEEKS TO REMAIN A REBEL PROP Laurie Weeks says Melbourne Rebels players have copped their whack after last week’s humiliating 56-18 Round 1 home loss to Auckland Blues. But the last remaining foundation player, desperate to see the Rebels play finals for the first time,...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: BEWARE THE BOXING KANGAS
INJURED big man Ben Brown says North Melbourne will be one of the most aggressive teams in the AFL this season and its pre-season hostility proves it. From roughing each other up in scratch matches to ruffling the feathers of Hawthorn in their...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: Patton a lock GREATER Western Sydney has re-signed key forward Jonathon Patton until the end of the 2020 season. The No.1 pick in the 2011 draft had the worst possible start to his career, suffering three serious knee injuries in his first three seasons and being...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: SAINTS TO GO MORE DIRECT
ST Kilda’s young forward unit must step up if the team is to play finals this year, according to Tim Membrey. Coach Alan Richardson has tinkered with his game plan during summer to try to implement a more direct style that makes greater use of the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: No rush on the behinds penalty THE AFL says it is open to retaining a reduced penalty for a deliberate rushed behind as its rules crackdown proves a resounding success. The ball-up 14m out from goal after a deliberate rushed behind has its final trial this weekend before the league...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: New skipper Beaming with pride
NEW captain Dayne Beams yesterday promised Brisbane Lions fans their team would not “drop our lip” during tough times this season. The appointment of a “deeply honoured’’ Beams as captain to replace Tom Rockliff, who has been relegated to the...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: KANGAROO ACCEPTS BAN NORTH Melbourne onballer Ben Cunnington and Port Adelaide’s Nathan Krakouer will miss Round 1 after yesterday accepting bans from the match review panel. They pleaded guilty to charges of engaging in rough conduct in matches against Hawthorn and St...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: Jack in sick bay
OUT-of-favour forward Jack Watts was yesterday forced to leave Melbourne’s community camp in Cranbourne early because of illness. But Demons leadership group member Jordan Lewis insisted the former No.1 draft pick had shown a significant improvement...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: EVANS SENT
IT’S a jungle drums industry. Gold Coast chairman Tony Cochrane heard the drums in late January when Fairfax Media said Mark Evans was the top prospect — and strongly hinted he was the man — for Hawthorn and The Australian declared, in fact, Evans...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: WATCH EVERY AFL GAME LIVE
GE GET FOXTEL PLAY SPORT WITH YOUR 12-MONTHNTH HERALD SUN DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION he heraldsun.com.au/fofpass PHONE: 1800 038 254... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: AFL: SEEING RED IN CHINA MARK Evans has hit the ground running as Gold Coast chief executive, taking on Port Adelaide president David Koch in the battle over guernseys for the historic match in China. Koch yesterday threatened to tear up the deal with the Suns if they did not...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: I would strike
COLLINGWOOD great Dane Swan says he would go on strike over pay issues if he was still playing. The Brownlow medallist has called into question the pay deal that saw AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan earn $1.74 million last year. This is almost...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Count on accuracy
GILL opens the envelope, glances at the card, pauses, smiles nervously. Looks out at the crowd assembled inside the Palladium. Thinks, “Hey, didn’t I just read these votes?” Surely it couldn’t happen on football’s night of nights? The good folk at...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: POMS IN MASSIVE TROUBLE
WHAT is better than seeing England get hit around the park? Seeing England get hit around the park by a 200cm, 140kg West Indian. Eoin Morgan’s team played a one-dayer against a West Indies Presidents’ XI at Basseterre, St Kitts, yesterday. But it...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: A MATTER OF HIDE AND SEEK ADELAIDE 36ers coach Joey Wright isn’t going anywhere any time soon — despite his job appearing on SEEK. The American-born NBL mentor, 48, is seeking permanent residency, but the 36ers had to advertise his position as part of the process. “The...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: THE WHISPER
WHICH Melbourne sports star won the three points ... sorry, three votes, while revelling in football’s return to Arden St on Sunday?... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: Dees young gun firing
MELBOURNE young gun Christian Petracca has insisted his teammates won’t let him get ahead of himself after a blistering start to the preseason and with AFL luminaries tipping him as one of the game’s next big things. With Dermott Brereton and David...... Pubdate:

01/03/2017: SPORT: GILL MOVE AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan has fronted pay talks with the powerful player union for the first time. McLachlan headed a league delegation that met AFL Players’ Association boss Paul Marsh and his negotiating team on Monday. His involvement...... Pubdate:








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