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09/12/2016: FRONT PAGE: I’VE LOST THE LOT
FALLEN AFL star Ben Cousins has lost his entire fortune and is “living out of a backpack” as he faces spending Christmas in jail. In an exclusive interview with the Herald Sun after he was released from police custody yesterday, the Brownlow medallist...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: FRONT PAGE: Jill’s parents blast council
THE parents of Jill Meagher are horrified that a local council may consider turning off security cameras in the area where she was murdered. “We are extremely disappointed and horrified that a decision that had already been made (to install the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: CRIKEY COULD BE THE KING OF KRIS KRINGLE
CRIKEY the Christmas croc could be all yours — but potential buyers better be snappy. The five-year-old salty is up for sale and Erin, 9, reckons he’d make the perfect pet this festive season. He loves prawns, raw chicken and trout — but could be...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Cheap migraine ‘cure’ A CHEAP vitamin combination has emerged as an effective prevention for one of the most common types of migraine, following successful clinical trials. Three successive studies involving almost 900 people who suffer migraine with aura, where headaches...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: UPPER HOUSE: ARE YOU LIKELY TO SUPPORT VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA LAWS?
YES (18) Fiona Patten (Sex Party) James Purcell (Vote 1 Local Jobs) Harriet Shing (Labor) Shaun Leane (Labor) Jaala Pulford (Labor) Jaclyn Symes (Labor) Philip Dalidakis (Labor) Gavin Jennings (Labor) Cesar Melhem (Labor) Samantha Dunn (Greens) Greg...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Change of heart VOLUNTARY euthanasia laws will be put to the Victorian parliament next year after Premier Daniel Andrews threw his support behind the change. Mr Andrews promised yesterday his government would introduce laws to enable terminally ill patients access to...... Pubdate:

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09/12/2016: NEWS: Top Dog on Labor wish list WESTERN Bulldogs captain Bob Murphy is being pursued for a career in politics when his playing days are done. The on-field leader has been sounded out about a career in state politics once he hangs up his boots, despite recommitting to the premiers...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: DRUNKS FACE FLYING BAN DRUNKEN airline passengers identified during random spot checks will be barred from boarding under a Federal Police blitz to stop boozers running amok midflight. The Australian Federal Police from Monday will launch its crackdown across the nation’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: COPS VOW GANGLAND JUSTICE
POLICE are holding out hope of cracking three unsolved mobster murders. They say they are withholding key evidence from the public because it could jeopardise ongoing investigations. Detectives have vowed not to rest until they solve the gangland...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Parents fear loss of CCTV cameras Moreland was strongly criticised after a long delay in installing the nine cameras after the brutal murder of Ms Meagher in Brunswick in 2012 Footage from other existing cameras on Sydney Rd played a key role in the arrest of her killer, Adrian...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Police on grog hurts campaign ON average, one police officer a month is caught drink-driving in Victoria but two-thirds keep their jobs, the anti-corruption watchdog has found. The Independent Broadbased Anti-corruption Commission said the 228 officers who were caught between 2000...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: DOMESTIC THUGS BLITZ POLICE will be given the power to charge thugs who breach personal protection injunctions without the matter going to court and judges will receive family violence training. The Turnbull Government will today unveil draft amendments that will make it...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: SCRABBLE SLANGING MATCH
THERE is a new, you-beaut version of Scrabble coming out that celebrates the colour of our language. Everyone gets a fair crack of the whip in the firstversion of Aussie Scrabble, according to Mattel marketing director Chedney Rodgers. “Everyone...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Bad call on mobiles HUNDREDS of thousands of blacklisted Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones remain in circulation worldwide despite a safety recall. Owners failing to hand in the popular large-screen phones for a refund or exchange will soon be unable to use them on...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Percy’s final bid for bail IT’s the most wonderful time of the year and Pasquale “Percy No Mercy” Lanciana doesn’t want to miss out, launching a bid for freedom to be home for Christmas. Mr Lanciana has been held in custody since being arrested last month over the infamous $2.3...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: MOST STUDENTS HAVE TO WAIT
THE majority of VCE students will have to wait until Monday to get their results despite some receiving their scores early due to a major bungle. Upset pupils led calls for all results to be released yesterday after 2075 students who registered to...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Teachers stand firm TEACHERS remain resolute in the face of pressure not to wear T-shirts supporting refugees in the classroom. More than 500 Victorian teachers are next week expected to don T-shirts emblazoned with “Teachers for Refugees — Close the Camps, Bring them...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: AUB’S STILL ON A ROLL
HE’S not your typical “skater boy”, but 94-year-old Aubrey Gamble still rolls with the best of them. Mr Gamble began skating at 17 and still goes to a class at Caribbean Rollerama in Scoresby once a fortnight. On Wednesday, his classmates and coach...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Under the gun WALTER Mikac, who lost his wife and two children in the Port Arthur massacre, has pleaded with state and territory leaders to place the strictest controls on the Adler leveraction gun when they meet in Canberra today. Mr Mikac has written to Prime...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Soccer’s on target
SOCCER has been crowned Australia’s most popular clubbased sport in a national study of physical education participation habits. The AusPlay study by the Australian Sports Commission found golf the most popular sport for adults, ahead of soccer,...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Tobacco reforms offer model in obesity fight AUSTRALIA needs to treat junk food in the same way it did tobacco to overcome “a tsunami of obesity”, health lobbyists say. Renewed calls for a tax on sugary drinks and bans of junk food marketing to children have emerged following the latest figures...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: DEPP ‘MOST OVERPAID’ STAR CROWE IN CLEAR OVER PARTY
THE annual Forbes list of the top 10 most overpaid actors in Hollywood ranks Johnny Depp top for the second year. To compile the list, Forbes analysts examined the last three significant movies the actor was in before June. They then calculated the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Go-ahead for city’s sky park
A NEW city precinct that features a “sky park” is about to get a boost from the Melbourne council. A meeting next week is likely to support the $180 million office tower for the Melbourne Quarter project that links Docklands with the CBD. The...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: VERGARA ‘SUED BY FROZEN EMBRYOS’
AMERICA’S highest-paid TV actor is being sued by her own frozen embryos in a bizarre legal battle with her ex-fiance. Sofia Vergara faces a court claim that names the pair of female fertilised eggs — identified in court papers as Emma and Isabella —...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Road tolls off limits THE Andrews Government has ruled out a network-wide system of road tolls and charges, but admits the radical idea may be needed in the future. Infrastructure Victoria yesterday released its $100 billion, 30-year blueprint for the state and declared...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Court hears police recorded bikie plot HIGH-ranking Finks bikies had no idea police were listening to their plans to kidnap a former member and “take him out bush”, a Victorian court has heard. Finks sergeant-at-arms Jye Carter and six other men are fighting charges that they conspired to...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: DOPE-DEALING PUPILS EXPELLED TWO Berwick Secondary College students have been expelled for selling cannabis and six others have been suspended. College principal Kerri Bolch confirmed the matter had been reported to police on Wednesday. “We do not tolerate drugs at this school...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: A SHEIK-UP FOR PEPPA
AN Islamic preacher wants religious alternatives to Western cartoons broadcast in Australia. Australian National Imams Council head Sheik Shady Alsuleiman urged parents to embrace religious cartoons over the popular animated children’s series Peppa Pig.... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITIES Road pricing scheme to replace current tolls and taxes Increased housing density in established suburbs to better use existing infrastructure Massive expansion of social and affordable housing North East Link to connect the Metropolitan Ring Rd and...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: A FAIRWAY AHEAD OF THE OLDIES
SHE’S got the drive, and no putts about it. At just 13, Piper Stubbs has already achieved what most golfers twice her age have only dreamed of. The year 8 student took out the Division 1 Ladies Pennant at Huntingdale golf course last weekend, beating...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Break point Social housing in crisis RAPID population growth is worsening Victoria’s social housing crisis, sparking calls for co-ordinated action to tackle the lack of accommodation. A high-level meeting of public, private and non-government organisations was told this week, rising...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: SPACE HERO IN HOSPITAL PIONEERING astronaut John Glenn is in hospital. No details were offered on Colonel Glenn’s illness or condition but, according to Hank Wilson of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, he had been admitted more than a week ago to the Ohio State...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Becks’ boy pops up VICTORIA and David Beckham have faced criticism for allowing their 11-year-old son to release a Christmas single. Yesterday, Cruz Beckham launched a festive song called If Every Day was Christmas, with proceeds from its sale going to Global Radio’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: STAR’S COOL WITH DARK FAIRYTALE
A CHRISTMAS fairytale will be brought to life by students of The Australian Ballet School this weekend. Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen has been adapted for ballet, and features a range of reindeers, imps and gypsies, and, of course, the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Rates on rise SOME fixed-rate loans have jumped almost a full percentage point in the past week, which suggests the years of record low interest rates are over. More than one-third of the home loan market has increased its fixed-rate loans by as much as 0.8 per...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Nowhere to feel safe
SOCIAL welfare charity Anglicare has called for more female-only shelters for women made homeless by family violence or sexual abuse, as services struggle to cope. Victoria’s only single-sex shelter for homeless young women is full all year. “We...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: CALL TO SCRAP GEELONG MAYOR POLL GEELONG council’s presidential-style mayoral election process should be scrapped, according to a report. The document, tabled yesterday in the Victorian parliament, called for a new system where the mayor would be elected by councillors every two...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: It’s just a lot of hot Airbnb MELBOURNE’S Airbnb market has some people hot under the collar, but it also has proven hot property in summer. The website, which advertises rooms, units or houses for short-term stays, has been accused of hurting housing affordability as owners turn...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Libs face turmoil LIBERAL MPs have spoken out over fears church groups are attempting to “seize control of the party” in a grassroots takeover. Fresh allegations of branch stacking within the Victorian division have sparked calls for a major probe into new party...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: CRIME STOPPERS
POLICE are looking for a man suspected of breaking into a house in Campbells Creek. Officers have been told a thief smashed a laundry window of a home about midday on September 15. The man ran off and got into the passenger seat of a lowered white...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Beaten, left to die
A YOUNG man who admitted beating his girlfriend to death after flying into a rage because he believed she was unfaithful claims he should be found not guilty of her murder. Mataio Jordon Aleluia, 20, killed his short-term girlfriend, mother of two...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Smile for a longer life ALWAYS look on the bright side of life ... because it could help you to live longer. Experts at Harvard found those with an optimistic outlook had a significantly reduced risk of dying from cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease and...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: NEWS: Not such a sweet diet IT sounds distinctly unappetising, but drinking the cooking water from sweet potatoes could help you shed kilos. Scientists have found that drinking the starchy liquid has been found to significantly lower body weight after just a month. Not only...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: QUAKE BODY COUNT, DAMAGE TOLL RISE
RESCUE workers, soldiers and police combed through the rubble of a devastated town in Indonesia’s Aceh province yesterday, resuming a search for earthquake survivors that had been halted at night by rain and blackouts. The powerful quake struck...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Harder times
DONALD Trump has given Cabinet jobs to more hardliners but seems to have softened his year-long stance on immigrants brought to the US illegally as children. Retired Marine General John Kelly has been selected to head the Department of Homeland...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: 48 die in plane crash inferno HORRIFIC footage shows a plane carrying nearly 50 people engulfed in flames after crashing on a mountain slope in Pakistan, as witnesses reported finding “bodies burnt beyond recognition”. Pakistan International Airlines Flight PK661 crashed near the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Junk food ads ban JUNK food advertising will be banned across all children’s media — including online and social — in a landmark decision to help tackle childhood obesity. The new rules will ban the advertising of food or drinks high in fat, salt or sugar across all...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: City peace protest
IN one of the largest protests Melbourne has ever seen, up to 100,000 people hit the streets in May 1970 to protest against Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War. The so-called Moratorium movement took hold in Australia after a similar initiative...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: JOKE OF THE DAY
JOHN received a parrot as a gift. The parrot had a bad attitude and an even worse vocabulary. Every word out of its mouth was rude, obnoxious and laced with profanity. John tried to change the bird’s attitude by saying only polite words, playing soft...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: SPIRIT NOT ON CARDS WHAT has happened to Christmas, asks Irene from Warrnambool. She was perplexed after being unable to find any traditional greeting cards that depicted the “true meaning of Christmas” on a recent shopping trip. “I went to Gateway Plaza to get three...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: CAUTION, PAIN AHEAD YOU can never be too cautious, is the takeaway message from Jann Roche’s tale of the tape. The 65-yearold from Essendon was shopping in the IGA X-press in Spencer St when she claims she tripped on twisted “caution tape” marking a difference in the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: A CULTURE SHOCK LOOMS ON THE VOICE
AS Boy George jets into Melbourne for a show with Culture Club this weekend, the pop icon has been announced as a judge on The Voice Australia. He will work alongside Seal and Delta Goodrem as a coach on Channel 9’s reality singing show. “I am super...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Pain hits home
PLEASE Like Me fans have taken to social media to praise a powerful and gutwrenching episode dealing with the suicide of the mother of Josh Thomas’s character ( Debra Lawrance). It’s a subject close to home for Thomas, whose own mother has attempted...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: BUZZ BUILDS FOR BOLT RUN
TAMSYN Lewis thinks having Usain Bolt in Melbourne in February for the Nitro athletics series will be a real boost for the sport locally. “I think it’s a huge deal,” she said. “I think what we have been lacking in Australian track and field is bums...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: GORGI G HELPS OUT THE KIDS
GORGI Coghlan is getting in into the spirit of Christmas. The Project panellist and s singer (right) has just released a new album, The Spirit of Christmas, to raise funds for the Salvation Army. “I really believe domestic violence is everyone’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Hop to it as bar launches
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PERCUSSIVE pop star Sheila E was treated to a surprise birthday cake at her Melbourne show on Wednesday (below). The cake was presented to the protege of late superstar Prince during a break in her high-energy show, at 170 Russell. She wrote on...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Carrie on like a fan
COUNTRY music superstar Carrie Underwood (left) didn’t hesitate in saying yes to touring Australia with Keith Urban — she has been a fan for years. “I used to listen to Keith when I was in high school and college, and now I’m singing with him, it’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: Karl preyed on by paps KARL Stefanovic has spent the week on holiday in Melbourne with his parents, while hunted by the paparazzi wherever he goes. Stefanovic is hot property after his split with wife Cassandra Thorburn. The Today presenter has been staying at Crown Towers...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: WORLD: GREENER GRASS FOR JANE
AFTER nearly 30 years on air, gardening guru Jane Edmanson (above) presents her final program for 3AW on Sunday morning. Edmanson, who has been broadcasting on 3AW alongside Darren James for the past 14 years on their show, The Big Yard — and before...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: KEEP OUR OZ DAY HOLIDAY
AUSTRAYA Day. For many, it’s synonymous with long lazy weekends, warm weather, sizzling snags and Aussie flags (often worn as capes). For others, it’s an anniversary of identity and a source of national pride. But those who reckon we should skip the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Stress class for students THE F-for-Fail, after sending Victorian students their VCE results five days early, is another indication of an education system in crisis. More than 2000 students were need needlessly stressed, unsure whether they could trust the VCE scores the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Debating death VOLUNTARY euthanasia laws to be introduced to the Victorian parliament next year need careful and mature debate over one of the most momentous issues of our times. The right to die in the case of terminal illness is a decision that will provoke...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: WOULD THE LAST PERSON TO LEAVE TURN OFF THE LIGHTS? IHATE to be the bearer of bad tidings, but 2017 isn’t shaping up as a good year for Victoria. Thanks to both the globalisation of trade and political mismanagement, our economy is experiencing some massive headwinds. Take the car industry. Next year...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: ROADS GRIDLOCK — A FUTURE GOVERNMENT PROBLEM IF YOU thought driving into the CBD during the morning peak was bad now, a report from Infrastructure Victoria, tabled yesterday, warns we will be “choked by congestion” within a couple of decades unless urgent action is taken. One of the IV report’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Lights, camera, duds
WATCHING the AACTA Awards this week, I was stuck by two things. What was Mel Gibson thinking with that shaggy grandpa beard? And why is the Australian film fraternity so happy to roll out the red carpet and pat itself on the back despite one of its...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Those upset at getting early VCE results get few shoulders to cry on at heraldsun.com.au
IS getting a text message of your exam results five days early really such a big problem? Large parts of the world don’t get an education, others are bombed every day. Ian IMAGINE if the results were sent out five minutes late? What a generation of...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Have I told you lately? GENEVIEVE Alison’s article (“My mum deserved a choice”, Opinion, Dec 9) brought tears to the eyes of this nonagenarian. You see, my wife of 68 years was called to her eternal home just five months ago in identical circumstances to your journalist’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: 50/50 ANYONE else think it’s seriously wrong when our bill shows energy usage of $112.13 but a service charge of $105.72? Jan Garden, Kangaroo Flat MY wife just returned from Christmas shopping with cosmetics freebies. Come on, Bunnings, come up with some...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: AMONG RUNS
EARLY QUADDIE 2/4,8,9/2,3,4,5,7,10/2 COST: $100 for 555.55% BEST VALUE BRADMAN (R9, No.4) BIG 6 2,3,4,5,7,10/2/3,6/3,8,13/3, 4/4,6,10,13 COST: $100 for 34.72% THE market says it all — five of the nine runners from $4 to $6. VERY CHOOSY (3) did a bit...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: NICK QUINN’S MULTI BET
GALAXY RAIDER $2.10 Flemington tomorrow, R2 No.2 Heavily backed last start when just missed. Looks well placed to go one better and the money has already started to come. BLACK SHEEP $3.70 Flemington tomorrow, R8 No.3 Has won four times over the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: FLEMINGTON TOMORROW FEATURE AUSTRALIAN RACES 4.40PM: Western Health Pharmacy Cup, 1400m, Flemington 4.48PM: City Of Marion Stakes, 1200m, Morphettville 5.12PM: Mode Plate, 1200m, Eagle Farm 5.48PM: Just Now Handicap, 1300m, Eagle Farm TV Free-to-air: Channel 78...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: DARYL TIMMS BEST BET SNOOPY (Flemington tomorrow, R7 No.8): Has always shown plenty and been competitive in better quality races than this. VALUE BET LA FLEURETTE (Moonee Valley tonight, R8 No.6): Racing in good form and will be assisted in the rise in class by...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: NICK QUINN BEST BET GALAXY RAIDER (Flemington tomorrow, R2 No.2): Promising galloper who couldn’t overcome track bias at Ballarat last start. VALUE BET CHIAVARI (Flemington tomorrow, R4 No.5): In well at the weights after the claim for star apprentice Jake...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: STEVE ELLIOTT BEST BET BLACK SHEEP (Flemington tomorrow, R8 No.3): Has won four times over this trip and with Luke Nolen in the saddle should salute again. VALUE BET LENNYTHESHARK (Gloucester Park tonight, R8 No.4): Will appreciate the extra week to recover,...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Hall Sr aims to get Oneover
IF you thought David Aiken was going to dominate the Inter Dominion with defending champion Lennytheshark and rising star Hectorjayjay, think again. It may not have worked out a year ago for the West Australians but this season Gary Hall Sr might be...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: GARY HALL JR GLOUCESTER PARK
There’s no better driver at Gloucester Park so it stands to reason he’ll be in the thick of things tonight with CYAMACH (R4 No.1), BEAUDIENE BOAZ (R8 No.10) and plenty of others.... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: TROTS TODAY TAB CODE: PH... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: TEXT TALK IF that convicted pervert is allowed to open a childcare centre, please advise of its location so I can ensure no grandchild of mine will attend. Orianna, North Carlton TO Jeff Kennett (Opinion 7/12), I agree with you on utility prices but I also...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: VOX POP
OBSA YOUSUF 27, North Melbourne Not sure if you can generalise a whole nation but we do have a meat consumption problem. BRIAN MEDWAY 69, Canberra It’s a matter of diet, with fast food and things. People are becoming self-indulgent. ANNE...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Value of a victim I AM no fan of Russell St bomber Craig Minogue and I do believe he should have been hanged for the murder of PC Angela Taylor. But I am appalled that this proposed law to ban parole for murderers is only in cases where the victim is a police officer....... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Genes play big part YES, as a nation we are fat and foolish, but the approach taken by your editorial (“Fat and foolish”, Dec 8) is the very reason we will not make progress with obesity. The “don’t blame anyone but yourself” approach is just wrong. We are not a nation...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Bank on paying again IN light of the recent ACCC action against the major banks around cartel practice, I note the ANZ has “accepted” a $9 million fine for its part and Macquarie Bank $6 million. So, who pays these fines? Is it us mug punters in lost earnings on our super...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Case against DNA PHONE taps and DNA have become the panacea of police investigators, to the detriment of conventional investigation and avenues of inquiry. The changes to legislation, which allow DNA testing without a court order, can be seen as one step towards...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: Jobs invasion I STAND corrected. Our immigration policy does support jobs growth. How can you argue against nearly 3000 more jobs for police? Not to mention home security firms, prison and probation officers, Centrelink employees, vehicle repair shops and insurance...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: OPINION: This belt is so tight JUST received advice that my meagre aged part-pension is to be reduced by $25 a fortnight in January while utility bills skyrocket, judges and magistrates seek even more money for not doing their jobs and politicians continue to dip their snouts deep...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: GUT FEELING SANTA’S SET TO DELIVER
JINGLE bells, markets swell ... here comes Santa. A week and a half into December, the fabled “Santa rally” appears alive and well, with analysts saying Australia is well placed to cash in. The rally — so-called for the seasonal surge in equity...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: We’ll bite back
COMPETITION tsar Rod Sims says the loss of a highprofile court case against Woolworths will not dent his appetite to launch further legal action against the nation’s major grocers. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has lost its...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: DROWNING IN SANCTIMONY AND RED TAPE
BREXIT, the Trump victory and now the referendum in Italy had much in common. They were three polls where electorates stubbornly rejected the near unanimous advice of the so-called elites in politics and the media. In France the presidential choice...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Bellamy’s ‘told in time’
INFANT formula maker Bellamy’s says it revealed information about poor China sales and a lower outlook as soon as possible, after being quizzed by the share market operator over the timing of a shock trading update. The ASX has written to Bellamy’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: STOCKS SOARING AS DOLLAR LURES BUYERS STRONG investor support for financial and mining stocks has driven a third straight day of gains and taken the Australian market to a near four-month high. Eleven of the 12 sectors on the benchmark ASX 200 closed in positive territory yesterday. The...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: ALL-CLEAR FOR NEWS REGIONAL BUYOUT NEWS Corp’s buyout of APN’s regional Queensland newspapers won’t hurt market diversity as readers are readily consuming news online, according to the competition watchdog. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission yesterday gave the all-clear...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: THE BAREFOOT INVESTOR
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09/12/2016: BUSINESS: TEN CHAIRMAN DECRIES SOCIAL MEDIA ‘LIES’
TEN Network chairman David Gordon has hit out at social media companies for allowing fake news to circulate on their networks, suggesting they should be held to the same standards as other media. Speaking at Ten’s annual meeting yesterday, Mr Gordon...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Santos slims down OIL and gas producer Santos hopes to restore its fortunes by spinning off second-tier assets into a separate business and sharply cutting debt over the next three years. The operator of the Gladstone liquefied natural gas terminal in Queensland has...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Home loans arrears on rise as festive spending ups ante THE budget-busting festive season is again set to stretch home loan customers, a new report has found, with the number more than 30 days behind on repayments forecast to rise as Christmas nears. And mortgagees in former mining boom states Western...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Jobs to go as IAG cuts costs EMPLOYEES at Insurance Australia Group are on notice that jobs are to be slashed, as the insurer embarks on a costcutting drive to strip at least $250 million out of the business each year from 2019. IAG chief executive Peter Harmer, who has spent...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: TRADE BLOWOUT BECKONS R-WORD
AN unexpected widening of the trade deficit has increased the chances of a recession, economists warn. Imports climbed 2 per cent in September while exports rose just 1 per cent in October, blowing the deficit out to $1.54 billion, according to the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Trump ‘will temper’ US PRESIDENT-elect Donald Trump may take a more measured approach towards commerce with Asia when he takes office rather than spark a trade war, say Chinese business leaders. The chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund, the China Investment...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: Busting the myth that the market cannot be timed
IAM an advocate of “time in the market” and in “timing the market”. Both work, and I use both. Which to use depends on your investing goals and how you would like to spend your time. However, the financial establishment wants you to believe that the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: It’s worse for Japan JAPAN has reported its economy grew at a slower pace than earlier estimated during the three months to September. The new figure outlines an annual pace of 1.3 per cent, down from a preliminary estimate of 2.2 per cent. Quarterly growth was 0.3 per...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: BUSINESS: KIWI BITES AT AUSSIE THE revelation that Kiwi treasurer Bill English has all but won the right to be New Zealand’s next prime minister has elevated the nation’s dollar to a onemonth high against its Australian counterpart. Mr English will replace longstanding Nationals...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: A classic for the ages
PIECING together international ballet tours can be like tackling a giant jigsaw puzzle, says St Petersburg Ballet producer Andrew Guild. “You have to fit your shows into theatres across the world,” Guild says. “And there are many countries we take the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: BEES IN THEIR BONNETS HOT BROWN HONEY Details Playhouse, Arts Centre until Sunday Reviewer Stephanie Glickman THE feisty women of Hot Brown Honey want to shake up the establishment and they are doing a darn good job of it. After successful seasons here and overseas,...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: COMICS & STARS: OSCAR CAINER WWW.CAINER.COM
ARIES MAR 21–APR 20 Imagine you’re high-wire walker. There you are, half way across a chasm, when all of a sudden you think, “What am I doing here?” It’s simply the wrong moment to start wondering if you’ve had sufficient practice, or if your skills...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: THE BIG ONE Across 1 Released 6 Duckbill 12 Infection, ___ throat 13 Fugitive 14 Buddhist sect 15 Stirring 16 Sailing vessel 18 Twinge 19 Deal out 20 Rogue 24 Artificially high voice 28 Place side by side 30 Seeped 31 Group of experts with ideas (5,4) 32...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: CRYPTIC Across 1 Sourpuss had gone off after dog dirt (10) 8 Root of intermittent rains between initial bursts of precipitation (7) 9 After taking off the top, rinses out cricket trophy (5) 10 Walk a long way from street car parking (5) 11 Substitute husband...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: TWO SPEED CRYPTIC CLUES Across 2 Least troublesome type of feasts 7 Floor one making knots we hear 8 Frankenstein’s class in society 9 Starts quickly upsetting idle person with sarcastic remark 10 Lily liable to maul in trouble 11 Overwhelm half engine almost...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: 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:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: QUICK ONE Across 1 Automaton (5) 7 Oily fruit (5) 8 Beasts of burden (5) 10 Pleasing taste (5) 11 Elaborate display (5) 13 Rue (6) 14 Seize with teeth (4) 16 Knot or protuberance (4) 17 Corners (6) 20 Divided Asian country (5) 21 Portion (5) 24 Give credit to...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: QUIZMASTER 1 2 3 4 Which 2016 movie stars Jeff Bridges as a Texas Ranger named Marcus Hamilton? What are the three colours on the flag of Cameroon? Which two teams played in this year’s MLB World Series? Are kangaroos classified as herbivores, carnivores or...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: PUZZLES: SOLUTION 5775 Across: 1 Swimmer, 5 Scandinavia, 11 Andes, 12 Banksia, 13 Tolls, 14 Empathise, 15 Variance, 17 Run-up, 18 Petrify, 20 Levi, 23 Whence, 25 Calm, 27 Sketchy, 30 Riot, 32 Ahem, 33 Meteors, 34 Jags, 35 Lounge, 37 Side, 39 Jobless, 41 Raise, 44 Remnants,...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: FEELING GREAT: Surviving that festive excess
TABLES groaning under the weight of festive food and calendars crammed with Christmas catch-ups make it tough to keep your diet and exercise on track. But if you want your favourite jeans to fit once the festivities are over, you need to be sensible....... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Jennings scores ton on debut
SOUTH African-born batsman Keaton Jennings scored a stunning century on debut as England made a solid start to the fourth Test against India in Mumbai yesterday. The left-hander, who switched his allegiance to England to boost his international career...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: It’s all Greek to the Bucks IT wasn’t always pretty, but Giannis Antetokounmpo posted his second triple-double of the season yesterday to help Milwaukee Bucks to a 115-107 victory over Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA. Jabari Parker led the Bucks with 27 points, 10 in the third...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: BOGUT INJURY HAS UPSIDE ANDREW Bogut faces a month on the NBA sidelines but is taking one positive from his latest knee injury: it wasn’t as bad as the last one. The Dallas centre could be sidelined from 10 days to a month. Bogut, 32, suffered right knee bone bruising early...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Accolades for tennis star Alcott
DYLAN Alcott (above) has backed up his Rio gold-medal double by claiming two major categories at last night’s Australian Paralympic Awards. Wheelchair tennis star Alcott, who won both the singles and a doubles crown with Heath Davidson at the Rio...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: RACING: Nolen warms to life as a privateer
WHEN Peter Moody walked away from racing after his cobalt suspension it was like the music had stopped for his top stable jockey Luke Nolen, who rode the great, unbeaten mare Black Caviar to 22 of her 25 wins. Moody’s decision to quit racing was,...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: RACING: Whyte’s reality check
HOW ironic that the horse that has put Dougie Whyte in so much strife is named Scales Of Justice. The “scales” of justice that will determine Whyte’s fate today as he flies into Perth to salvage his bid to ride at the big Sha Tin meeting in Hong Kong...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: RACING: AUSSIES FARE OK IN SPRINT DRAW
AUSTRALIAN gallopers Rebel Dane and Takedown have drawn mid-range barriers for Sunday’s Group 1 Longines Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin. Rebel Dane, a last-start winner of the Group 1 Manikato Stakes, has drawn barrier eight, and Takedown, also a...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: RACING: Lenny out of Inter REIGNING champion Lennytheshark has failed a veterinary test and won’t defend his title in tonight’s Inter Dominion final (2936m) at Gloucester Park. The David Aiken-trained seven-year-old is still suffering the effects of an abscess. First emergency...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Tiernan proves a super ‘Nova
LAST month he was the toast of the US college circuit and last night Patrick Tiernan earned his first Australian title. Tiernan dominated the Zatopek 10 despite difficult conditions at Lakeside Stadium to confirm the form that saw him claim a historic...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Bigger they are, harder the Falls for Trevorrow
THE Jayco Herald Sun Tour has a true summit finish after race director John Trevorrow extended the tough Stage 1 finish to the top of Falls Creek. Trevorrow shocked guests at yesterday’s launch of the February 1-5 race by revealing the 169.9km opening...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: PUT IN HOURS, NOVAK NOVAK Djokovic failed to train hard enough and will not regain the top world ranking unless he “puts in the necessary hours”, his former coach, Boris Becker, says, after the pair split. Djokovic, 29, has won 12 grand slam titles — six under Becker —...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Ban on NFL trials
NRL players will be banned from training with NFL clubs under a proposed rule and risk being banished from returning to rugby league if they ignore the edict. Fed-up club chiefs have called for the clause to be included in every contract which will...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Hamilton demands team man to fill Nico’s shoes LEWIS Hamilton insists he is focused on bringing Mercedes more success next year and says his new teammate must use his “experience” to develop the car. The Silver Arrows won 19 of 21 races this year but have been rocked by the retirement of world...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: MUNSTER SHIFT TO NO.6 IS LOGICAL MELBOURNE Storm is confident Cameron Munster has all the attributes to make a successful transition from fullback to five-eighth next season. With Billy Slater set to return from injury to reclaim the No.1 jumper, Munster will be given first crack at...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: Keep bringing aggro
MELBOURNE City boss John van’t Schip has vowed his players will remain aggressive in tonight’s FFA Cup final rematch against Sydney FC. The Sky Blues’ home advantage is diluted by the game being moved to ANZ Stadium because of a Coldplay concert at...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: City physical, but not dirty side TWO former Melbourne Heart captains say criticism of City’s physical play has been overstated. But Simon Colosimo and Matt Thompson say the ruthlessness and competitive spirit City has shown this season could take the club to its first A-League...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: MILOS LOOKS TO SETTLE IN the short term, Milos Dimitrijevic wants to keep playing for Sydney FC, but in the longer term he has his eye on remaining in Australia. The Serbian midfielder, hoping to make just his second start of the A-League season against Melbourne City...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: DAVUTOVIC’S VERDICT
Revenge will be on the menu for Sydney FC, with this clash coming just nine daysy after the FFA Cupup final loss. The inclusionssions of Alex Wilkinsonnson and Bernie Ibini ni since then make e them a far tougher opponent.... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: MARCO’S GOAL REAL HANDY
BORUSSIA Dortmund set a Champions League scoring record in a 2-2 draw against Real Madrid yesterday, while FC Porto and Sevilla claimed the two remaining last-16 spots. Dortmund secured top spot in Group F after fighting back from 2-0 down against...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: Cats get on board GEELONG chief executive Brian Cook has questioned whether Victoria’s second largest city has the money to support multiple clubs competing in national leagues. But the sports administrator said a privately funded ALeague team could potentially...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: Rojas to miss Wanderers clash A HAMSTRING injury will force Melbourne Victory’s Marco Rojas miss tomorrow’s clash away to Western Sydney. Former German youth international Maxi Beister, who prefers playing off the right, could make his first start for Victory while Jai Ingham is...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SOCCER: TV TO DRIVE LEAGUE EXPANSION TELEVISION networks will be among the main drivers of where the A-League expands, with potential broadcasters asked to nominate favoured locations for new clubs. In a move that greatly increases the likelihood of new clubs appearing in established...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: AFL: Scott given space
GEELONG has given coach Chris Scott the space to return to work on his own terms after the death of his younger brother, Ben. Scott remains on indefinite leave and is unlikely to be back fulltime until after the Christmas break. Ben, 37, died...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: AFL: DIG PROVES MAY DAY GOLD Coast co-captain Steven May has revealed how criticism from assistant coach Dean Solomon helped him become the AFL’s sixth skipper of indigenous descent. May and key forward Tom Lynch were yesterday appointed co-captains following Gary Ablett’s...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: AFL: McLean’s new deal WESTERN Bulldogs have locked away premiership forward Toby McLean on a new two-year deal. The Herald Sun can reveal the 20-year-old yesterday signed a contract extension tying him to the club until the end of 2019. McLean’s 15 games last season...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: AFL: ALL WOMEN’S GAMES LIVE EVERY game of the AFL Women’s league will be broadcast live next year, including a Saturday afternoon grand final during Round 1 of the AFL. Foxtel will show all 28 home-and-away games live, and the grand final on delay. Channel 7 will screen the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: Smith rises to a new high
CAPTAINCY has turbocharged Steve Smith’s batting to the point that Ricky Ponting’s run-scoring record while in charge is looking attainable. Smith averages 68.11 as Test skipper and, compared to his 51.83 without the responsibility, the rise...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: Don’t red card the larrikins, warns McGrath GLENN McGrath is all for the introduction of red cards in cricket, as long as such extreme penalties don’t wipe out the game’s colourful personalities. The MCC, custodian of the laws, will receive a recommendation from its world cricket committee to...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: THRILLER SPOILED BY RAIN RAIN has spoiled the most pulsating of Sheffield Shield contests at Bellerive Oval, with Victoria hanging on for a draw against Tasmania when the last 20 minutes of play were washed out. Chasing 361 to win, the Bushrangers were 8-319 when the heavens...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: Maxy kept waiting
ANOTHER last-minute selection decision will decide the fate of Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who has been praised for the way he has handled a tumultuous time in the one-day squad. Maxwell, 28, is the only player in the 13-man squad to have...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: PONTING TIP FOR T20 POST RICKY Ponting could make his return to Australian cricket as an assistant to interim Twenty20 coach Justin Langer. Cricket Australia’s board met yesterday in Melbourne and endorsed Langer’s appointment as temporary coach for three games against Sri...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: PACE OF CHANGE EXCITING
AUSTRALIAN cricket coach Darren Lehmann is excited just thinking about it. After an electrifying return in the one-day series by speedster Pat Cummins, a four-man pace attack “like the West Indies in the ’80s” could be the Test team’s future. But...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: Sayers Gabba debut in air FOUR quicks for the daynight Brisbane Test against Pakistan next week is on the table, with conditions to dictate whether in-form seamer Chadd Sayers makes his debut. Australia yesterday retained the 12-man squad that defeated South Africa in...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: CRICKET: Pakistan bats struggle, but bowlers thrive WHILE Pakistan’s batsmen struggled with the pink ball in Cairns, being dismissed for 208 by an inexperienced Cricket Australia XI, their bowlers took a liking to it — claiming four wickets in three overs. Mohammad Amir swung the ball violently to...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: FILLY’S THE ULTIMATE BLACK TYPE
SHE looks nothing like her mum and odds are she won’t be anywhere near as fast. Her racing silks will be similar — with those five familiar black dots — but also different; hot pink replaced by emerald green. So the livery is different but the...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Cutting the blade
DAVID Warner’s giant Kaboom bat could become a mere “kaboo” if cricket laws are changed to reduce bat sizes next year. Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting, as part of the MCC World Cricket Committee, has formally proposed limits to bat thicknesses...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Captain Jack still on attack
CAPTAINCY won’t change Jack Ziebell’s kamikaze attack on the ball. If anything, it might make the midfielder more frenzied. The Herald Sun can reveal Ziebell, 25, will take the reins as North Melbourne skipper next year after Andrew Swallow...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Triple M changes
THE shuffling of chairs at Triple M’s footy team looks set to continue, with uncertainty about Jason Dunstall’s future. Dunstall was the main special comments man on Friday nights, but looks set to appear exclusively on Fox Footy next season. Fox was...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: CHERRY RIPE FOR NINE
CHANNEL 9 is championing women’s football with a weekly TV show to run during next year’s debut AFLW season. Women’s Footy will be hosted by Tiffany Cherry (right) and will air every Sunday beginning in February. Cherry will be joined by a rotating...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: Bennell loses car FREMANTLE’S Harley Bennell’s car was impounded this week for traffic violations. The West Australian understands police stopped Bennell on Tuesday this week for a routine licence check. His licence had been suspended from November 30 for loss of...... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: THE WHISPER
CARLTON premiership coach Robert Walls is returning to TV screens, with the straight shooter to be a weekly contributor on Fox Footy’s AFL Tonight program.... Pubdate:

09/12/2016: SPORT: ON THE MOVE
HAWTHORN has agreed to buy land at Dingley for $7.75 million as plans for a $50m super headquarters passed a critical hurdle. The AFL powerhouse decided to put the money down after an 18-month environmental assessment cleared the 28ha former landfill...... Pubdate:








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