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24/01/2017: FRONT PAGE: LIGHT OF OUR LIVES
On 20th January a man drove through Melbourne city killing and hurting people including our two-year-old toddler Zara and our three-month-old son, Zachary. Our beautiful Zara is in a stable condition, however Zachary, our son, did not survive. He was...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Grieving family keeps bedside hospital vigil for brave Zara
HEARTBROKEN Melbourne parents are helping their twoyear-old daughter overcome serious injuries while also trying to cope with the loss of her tiny baby brother. Zara Bryant was in a stable condition in the Royal Children’s Hospital last night — the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: HOON ALERT ON CBD DRIVER
ACCUSED murderer Dimitrious “Jimmy” Gargasoulas was wanted over a string of dangerous driving charges when he was freed by a bail justice days before the Bourke St massacre, court documents allege. The explosive allegations are detailed in court...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: DIMITRIOUS GARGASOULAS’S OUTSTANDING CHARGES 2017 January 4-10 Trespass with intent to steal, theft of a laptop, cash, master key and EFTPOS machine January 2 Stealing a $16,000 Mitsubishi Evo, dangerous driving 2016 November 29 Theft of a $16,000 2005 Mercedes-Benz coupe November...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: INTERCEPT REQUESTS REJECTED
THE head of the Police Association says officers should have been allowed to move on the car at the centre of the CBD carnage before the tragedy happened. Association secretary Ron Iddles said he had been told there were opportunities to intercept or...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Open all hours for bail cases A NIGHT court for magistrates to hear out-of-hours bail applications will be set up following the Bourke St tragedy. And Premier Daniel Andrews said that former Supreme Court judge Paul Coghlan would examine all aspects of Victoria’s bail system, to...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: EDITORIAL What is needed is real cultural change within the court system and judiciary — from the Children’s Court and adult magistracy to the judges in higher jurisdictions. Community safety, the rights of victims, sentences better reflecting apt punishment and...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: QUIET TALE OF A HERO
IMPORTANT people spoke, and spoke well, from Victoria’s Governor to the Lord Mayor. And plenty more VIPs were there, from the Premier to the police chief, and federal and state Opposition leaders. But it was an unknown young man, Henry Dow, who best...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: EMPATHY BLOOMS AT SOMBRE SITE
FIVE days after a man in a car cut a tragic path through the city, the scent of flowers filled the air. What started as a small cluster of floral tributes spread yesterday, as the city’s sadness deepened. In Bourke St, bouquets accounted for each...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Stuntman killed
A GOLD Coast stuntman set to be a reality television star lost his life while filming a music video in Brisbane’s CBD yesterday. Johann Ofner, a seasoned stunt double and aspiring actor, was filming a new music video for Australian hip hop crew Bliss...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Toxic cloud from factory fire
TOXIC black smoke billowed into the sky and giant flames could be seen from kilometres away as more than 60 firefighters fought a factory fire in Campbellfield last night. The smoke was last night blowing east from a Campbellfield factory blaze, with...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: POOL FOOD A SPRINGBOARD FOR OBESITY CHILDREN are diving into junk food at swimming pool kiosks, sparking calls for menu overhauls. A Deakin University Global Obesity Centre study found almost all food and drink consumed by kids at selected centre cafes fell into the unhealthiest...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Hopes of reward closure POLICE have announced a $1 million reward for information on two Victorian teens feared murdered after disappearing nearly 50 years ago. Maureen Braddy, 16, and Allan Whyte, 17, were last seen leaving a dance in Bendigo on November 23,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Burnt car’s bikie links A PORSCHE found torched in Melbourne’s east has been connected to a drive-by shooting with bikie links. Detectives from the Echo taskforce have linked the stolen Cayenne — with plates that read THOMMI — to the blasting of a Hallam home. Police said...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Hope for mothers A TABLET used to treat reflux could stop dangerous pre-eclampsia in pregnancy, Melbourne researchers have discovered. The disease, which can damage a woman’s organs through the release of toxins from her placenta, kills about 60,000 mothers worldwide...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: New pain in giving birth
THE cost of giving birth in a private hospital has jumped a fifth in five years, according to the latest Medibank data. And the impact of birth complications is leading to some staggering bills, with the four most expensive claims paid out by the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Truckie bailed over road cop-kill charge AN Indian truck driver charged with culpable driving causing the death of an offduty police officer has been bailed, despite police concerns that he is a flight risk and could fail to reappear at court. Motorcyclist D’Arne De Leo was struck and killed...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Teachers fork out for class supplies AS school gets set to resume over the next three weeks, teachers are having to spend hundreds of their own dollars to buy stationery for children. A recent survey of 230 primary school teachers across Australia revealed 92 per cent have had to buy...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Premier’s big plans GLADYS Berejiklian has laid out her plan for New South Wales after being sworn in as the state’s 45th Premier. The housing affordability crisis will be high on her agenda, and she has also pledged more infrastructure and a stronger economy. “My...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: ROAST SPUDS A HEALTH RISK
THE perfect roast potato should be crunchy, according to recipes by celebrity chefs. But Britain’s Food Standards Agency’s danger list is urging cooks not to serve food darker than a light golden yellow. The warnings are based on fears about the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: SMELLS LIKE TEEN STINK
IT IS a truth parents of many teenagers will recognise — adolescents are less likely to notice the smell of sweat, cigarette smoke and soap, according to a study. Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark tested dozens of common odours on 410...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: I’M NOT PULLING YOUR LEG: JUDGES NEVER FORGET
FORMER judge Gordon Lewis was attacked by an elephant. At least, that’s the little white lie he’s been spinning for decades to explain his truncated limb. It’s also why Mr Lewis, 82, chose a caricature of a predatory pachyderm chomping on his leg to...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Burning questions THE world’s largest smartphone maker has blamed not one but two poorly made batteries for a series of fires across the world and two unprecedented recalls costing billions of dollars. Samsung revealed the findings of its Galaxy Note 7 investigation at...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Battle lines at Metro MASSIVE pay rises have done little to appease Metro Trains staff, with a survey revealing “deep-rooted” concerns. The Rail Tram and Bus Union survey looked at safety, career progression and equality, and the majority of responses were damning. Union...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: GYMS WORK ON OUR WALLETS
FITNESS-obsessed Australians are rushing to sign up to gym memberships in droves, but new research shows many are wasting their money. New year’s resolutions don’t often start until after Australia Day, findings from personal finance app Pocketbook...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Arrest over jewel heist
FIVE teens have been arrested over a Toorak jewellery store holdup in which a shop assistant was beaten with a gun. The boys, 16 and 17, were arrested during raids across Shepparton, Mooroopna, Epping, Dandenong, Collingwood, Richmond and...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Nod for twin’s sex change A TWIN, 16, has won approval for an irreversible sex change. The Family Court approved the parents’ application for “Dallas” to have phase two treatment for gender dysphoria, despite not having had reversible phase one treatment. Earlier this month,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Fake news shot down A PSYCHOLOGICAL “vaccine” against the “virus” of fake news has been developed by scientists. Researchers say that combining data with a small “dose” of misinformation can help to “inoculate” people against lies. Where facts and lies were presented...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Hi-tech and taxing AH, the wonders of modern technology. Geoff from Blackburn was chuffed to receive a letter from the tax office informing him they wanted to give him $500. But they didn’t have his bank details, so he was told to link the ATO to his my Gov account so...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: FROM LITTLE THINGS...
RESIDENTS at the Gateway Lifestyle village in Moama were left in little doubt this was a male plant after it sprung from nowhere . “It has gone to this in the last four days and shocked our retired community!” says Ann.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: JOKE OF THE DAY
TWO women were chatting in the office: Woman 1: “I had a fine evening yesterday. How was yours?” Woman 2: “It was a disaster. My husband came home, ate his dinner in three minutes and fell asleep. How was yours?” Woman 1: “Oh, it was amazing! My...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: Electrifying effort defies the odds HOW’S this for a lucky shot? Rob from Shepparton was on a team golf trip to Barham, in NSW, and there was a powerline across the fairway about the 100m mark. “I bet my mate Graeme that he could not hit the powerline,” Rob says. Graeme took up the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: TWO SIDES TO QUERY MANY readers have called and written in with answers for fellow reader Dorothy’s question about who coined “The Game of Cricket”. Lorraine from Blackburn is convinced it was written by the Marylebone Cricket Club. Marion of East Bentleigh also agrees...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: GREAT PLATE EX-radio announcer John Vertigan of the Mornington Peninsula has created an epic game out of spotting quirky numberplates. He says he belongs to a Facebook page full of old and new radio personalities, who get very excited when they find plates...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: NEWS: NO IFS, BUTTS DOUG, from Milawa, had to laugh at the name of the medico talking about quitting smoking on the TV news the other night: David Butt.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Bowling ‘em over
CRICKET’s first lady Dani Willis sparked some intrigue when she wore an eyecatching ring on her engagement finger at last night’s Allan Border Medal. But the partner of Australian captain Steve Smith laughed off questions about any big news. “The...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Edelsten denies reunion talk
GEOFFREY Edelsten has put an end to reports he is looking to get back with his ex-wife, Brynne. Women’s magazines ran pictures of Edelsten and Gordon catching up at Crown casino, leading to whispers that a reconciliation could be on the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: IT'S ALLL FINE AT SUNRISE
DAVID Koch came out swinging yesterday morning against women’s magazine reports of a feud at Sunrise, saying they were written by “stupid people”. Koch’s swipe came as Samantha Armytage made a relaxed return to the Channel 7 breakfast show after a...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: Watto bats for kids’ skills
EX-Test cricketer Shane Watson is entering the youth fitness sector next month. As he moves towards retirement, Watson is launching a “first of its kind” sports clinic for kids with wife Lee and original yellow wiggle Greg Page. “For us, this is...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: CONFIDENTIAL: LION OUR MAIN ATTRACTION
LION, starring Nicole Kidman (below), has opened with a roar at the box office as Aussies turned out to see a story of our own on screen. The movie, which tells the true story of Tasmania-raised Saroo Brierly using Google Earth to find his family in...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: The Premier has ordered a sweeping review of bail laws, to anger at heraldsun.com.au
IT’S tragic such an evil crime had to take place before this State Government open their eyes instead of looking after their union mates. David MATTHEW Guy, go harder in Opposition, make sure there is no opportunity for the “do-gooders” to get bail...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: Please get trauma help AS a member of Victoria Police in 1989, I was on duty on the night of the Hoddle St massacre. I too got caught up in the madness and mayhem of what happened that night — of pushing down your own emotions while you do your job. It’s later on that it...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: 50/50
THOUSANDS march in protest against Donald Trump but no one marches in protest to what happened in Bourke St. Ed Veber, Malvern East IF I am not mistaken, I believe the Andrews Government has previously amended the Bail Act making it easier for...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: They must hear us IN the Hoddle St massacre, for which Julian Knight was charged and convicted, it is recorded that seven people were killed with 19 injured. A gun was the weapon of choice. In the Bourke St massacre (where the alleged driver was on bail for serious...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: It could have been him AS I breastfed my nine-week-old son in the early hours and I learnt about the fate of the baby from the Bourke St rampage. I looked down at his innocent face and started to cry. In the almost darkened room as I held him in my arms, I sobbed for that...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: We do need answers ANDREW Rule’s article (“Grief and now the questions,” HS, Jan 23) pinpoints critical times in Dimitrious Gargasoulos’ alleged journey to mayhem where police had the opportunity to act and did not. To the average person who has viewed all the footage...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: Strongarm justice WHERE do I apply to become a bail justice? I’ll guarantee the state will be safer. There will be no second chances. Arthur Armstrong, Kyabram... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: TEXT TALK SHOCKED to read that bail justices are unqualified people in our community ( HS, 23/1). Something is rotten in the state of Victoria. Kate, Mitcham DANIEL Andrews says he will fix the fatally flawed bail system, but doesn’t mention there is zero...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: Mental health hell SADLY, Victoria must expect to see more of these tragedies. If society and government continue to fail people who suffer from mental illness, some of these unwell people will fail you. I’m not condoning, supporting or justifying the actions of the man...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: United into unknown A MARCH was held in my city of Allentown on Saturday. I agree with Rita Panahi that marching alone will not induce a change in the heart of our new president. But some of us are hopeful that this solidarity of purpose will keep us strong enough...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: VOX POP
NORMA JONES 77, Doncaster East I’m starting to think that way. Without bail, the tragedy on Friday may not have happened. DRAGAN KRSLOVIC 49, Yarra Junction They shouldn’t be out on the streets. Bail should not be granted at all in those...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: They’re so Right RITA Panahi’s response to the mass demonstrations against President Trump (Opinion, Jan 23) implies that it is only the Left that are railing against the new regime. In fact, from one’s personal experience, many Right-leaning people are repulsed by...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: Another menace TO the idiot in McLeod Rd, Carrum, on Sunday who couldn’t wait 30 seconds more in traffic to turn left into Valetta St. You mounted the nature strip, tyres spinning, missing my husband and our four-year-old granddaughter on the left, then drove down...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: His taxing sacrifice PRESIDENT Trump has bragged that he avoided paying federal taxes for 20 years because he is “smart”. Americans looking for a role model they might reflect on the words of 1902-32 US Supreme Court judge Oliver Wendell Holmes: “I like paying taxes. With...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: We feel compelled to clear the air and put alternative facts out there PRESIDENT TRUMP’S ADVISER KELLYANNE CONWAY GOES ONE BETTER THAN ‘FACTS’ IN THE WAR OF WORDS ABOUT THE INAUGURATION CROWD SIZE... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: YOUR SAY: NEWS FLASH JANUARY 24, 2007 JOHN Howard’s new Cabinet, which he hopes will secure him victory over Kevin Rudd, sees millionaire Malcolm Turnbull promoted to Environment Minister and two ministers sacked.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: OPINION: CHANGES OVERDUE
THE deaths, destruction and carnage that occurred in Bourke St last week was a tragedy. No one will disagree with that. But what we do about it and how we stop it happening again is something that you will almost certainly never get everyone to agree...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: OPINION: Bail tightens, after carnage THE shock and scale of the Bourke St massacre and the community anger which followed has forced authorities to scramble through with tougher bail measures. This week, several more magistrates will be directed to take over from bail justices...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: OPINION: For many families, bail is a matter of life and death
THE horrors of Friday’s tragedy made most of us feel overwhelming sadness for the innocent victims involved. Those victims will possibly number in the thousands. Every person who lost their life, who was maimed or injured, their families, friends and...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: OPINION: Hysteria? No, dignified rallies defied hostility
WITHIN hours of taking office, Donald Trump had already been trumped. His inauguration was overshadowed by millions of peaceful women marching in opposition to his presidency across the globe. The rabid right-wing commentariat are clearly threatened...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: WORLD: ‘Tooth, nail’ fight
PRESIDENT Donald Trump, his feet barely beneath the Oval Office desk, has touched off a stormy debate over the extent of his popular support. A day after huge anti-Trump protests in Washington and in hundreds of towns and cities globally, the new...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: WORLD: Storm toll rises to 18 VIOLENT storms kicked up tornadoes, killing 18 people and injuring dozens as a fastmoving storm system punched through the southeast of the US for a second day. A tornado ripped through Georgia killing at least 14 people, a day after a twister killed...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: WORLD: POLICY BRINGS BABY BOOM CHINA’S decision to allow couples to have two children instead of one has resulted in birthrates rising to the highest level since 2000, a government official says. Births in the world’s most populous nation reached 17.86 million in 2016, up about 1.4...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Collateral damage AUSTRALIAN companies will be at a massive disadvantage if US president Donald Trump cuts America’s corporate tax rate, the head of Australia’s biggest listed investment company says. Australian Foundation Investment Company managing director Ross...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: ON THE ATTACK
COTTON ON The Geelong-based group is deep into a push to open 250 stores around the globe this financial year with the US a key focus SMIGGLE The pester-powered novelty stationery brand is rolling out stores in Britain, Singapore, Hong Kong and...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Aussie retailers to take it to the world A SMALL but growing band of Australian retailers is tipped to seek out new pastures overseas as the sector comes under mounting pressure from foreign interlopers. The retail sector will face another challenging year and the influx of foreign retailers...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Investors flee McGrath as agents defect
MCGRATH shares have hit an all-time low after the real estate group warned its full-year results would likely fall short of market expectations amid rapid staff turnover. The company yesterday confirmed speculation it had “recently” lost scores of...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Brambles in $3bn blow THREE billion dollars has been stripped from the market value of Brambles in the group’s biggest market rout in more than a decade. Shares in the pallet supply company plunged 15.8 per cent yesterday — its heaviest single-session fall since the group...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: NERVES FRAYED BY TRUMP, COMPANY RED FLAGS
AUSTRALIAN shares closed lower yesterday, weighed down by logistics firm Brambles’ profit warning and uncertainty over new US President Donald Trump’s administration. The benchmark ASX 200 index fell 0.8 per cent or 43.8 points to 5611 points, while...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Nature’s $350m hit to Suncorp SUNCORP has revealed natural hazard claims in Australia and New Zealand for the past six months are likely to clock in at $350 million. The tally includes $110 million for storms in Victoria and South Australia in November and December. It is $40...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Rain sows seeds of positivity RURALCO shares surged after the agribusiness’ firstquarter earnings has surpassed last year’s record. The company said yesterday live export volumes had increased following a restructure of that unit, with strong volumes and prices — and an uplift in...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: Frying colours
It’s as summer as cricket on the radio, tennis on the telly and sand in your bathers. Fish and chips is the egalitarian, fail-safe crowd-pleasing dish that’s quintessentially Australian, equally at home on the beach as it is in our finest dining...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: Meat the best
Get ready for a massive mountain of smokin’ hot meat, beers and beats when the Melbourne Barbecue Festival returns to Flemington racecourse. The week-long celebration of authentic Americanstyle barbecue, which kicks off on Sunday with a street party...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: THE BEST LUNAR NEW YEAR
SPICE TEMPLE crownmelbourne.com.au/restaurants Incorporating ingredients said to promote health, wealth and prosperity, Neil Perry and Graeme Hunt have created a Spice Temple banquet to welcome in the Year of the Rooster. Steamed fish with ginger...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: Claws for celebration
“Uncle Iggy” – the Russian-born head chef down at South Wharf’s Boatbuilders’ Yard – is making the most of the thawing US-Russian relations of the Trump era by setting up a crab shack pop up from Australia Day. Along with the southern-style crabs, corn...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: OFF THE ROAD
Bricks and beats. Raph Rashid’s long-awaited bricksand-mortar version of his Beatbox Kitchen food truck looks set to open later this week. “The truck was always going to evolve into a store, it just took us longer than we first thought,” he says. The...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: STEAK A CLAIM
Free food. Empire Steak is giving away Australia Day sandwiches tomorrow. The themed sanga – The Duncan – features porterhouse, lettuce, tasty cheese and Vegemite mayo. Get in quick from noon to 2pm at 61 Lt Collins St.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: ADIOS BODEGA New look. It’s out with the Spanish flavours and in with the three-cheese veal schnitty at South Melbourne’s Lamaro’s, which has ditched the “bodega” from its name and game and gone back to its pub roots. That means beef mince on toast with fried egg,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: SAUSAGE TEST Hit a snag. Prahran Market’s best will put their snag-making skills to the test at this weekend’s sausage fest. The all-new flavours – last year’s lamb, spinach and pine nut entry from J&L Butcher’s will be hard to beat – will be unveiled on Sunday,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: LAST DRINKS So Long. The CBD’s longstanding The Long Room will close on Saturday after a decade of welcoming drinkers for a $4 million refresh and rebrand. The Hecker Guthriedesigned space is scheduled to reopen in May, with an offering of breakfast through...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: Devil’s advocate
With its whip-and-bad-jokecracking buskers, cruise ship day-trippers, and bored teens skulking five steps behind on a “lame” family holiday, it’s easy to write Southbank’s eateries off as a trap built for tourists: over price and under deliver. But...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: WINE WITH TONY LOVE
BELLBRAE 2016 / Longboard Sauvignon Blanc Region: Geelong Best with: Salt and pepper calamari The nod to our surfing culture instils an enduring Aussie salty summer vibe — and let’s get even more nostalgic with this brighteyed thirst quencher that...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: PURE SOUTH DINING Southgate precinct, Southbank puresouth.com.au Open: daily from 7am (restaurant from noon and 5pm) Go to dish: Buttermilk panna cotta, blackberry... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: PUMPKIN & CHICKPEA PIZZA WITH PRAWNS
serves / 4 prep / 20 minutes cook / 25 minutes 1 fresh long red chilli, deseeded, finely chopped 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil 250g peeled green prawns, tails intact 500g peeled pumpkin, finely grated 120g (1 cup) chickpea (besan) flour 1 tbsp...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: TASTE: SWEET ‘N’ SPICY SRIRACHA WINGS
serves / 4 prep / 2 hours 25 minutes cook / 25 minutes 1.5kg chicken wings 2 garlic cloves, finely grated 1 tbsp fresh ginger, finely grated 60ml (¼ cup) light soy sauce 1 tbsp vegetable oil 1 tsp white sesame seeds 1 green shallot, trimmed, thinly...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: COMICS & STARS: OSCAR CAINER Hi Oscar, I know Mars will be moving into Aries soon. As a Libran, should I be worried the planet of anger is in my opposite sign? Susie Hi Susie, Mars is about more than anger. It represents passion, drive and courage. And just because it’s moving...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: THE BIG ONE Across 1 Energy (3-2-3-2) 6 Keyboard key (5,3) 12 Gather slowly 13 Fashion designer 14 Annoy 15 Camp toilet 16 Casual restaurant 18 Deep, hollow, continued sound 19 Most destitute 20 Slander 24 Military post 28 Early pinball machine 30 Spoken 31 Club...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: CRYPTIC Across 1 Reagan’s party managed to curb core feature of the Great Society (10) 7 Unfortunately born in era of easy choice (2-7) 8 Every second arrival from a flooded valley (3) 10 Just sound practice (4) 11 Long ago, completed examination (4-4) 13...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: TWO SPEED CRYPTIC CLUES Across 1 Must it include a duel with all those people present? 6 So speed is required when one testifies 9 Punished’em for doubling up on the bike? 10 Grasped a file there 12 How I covet opera and to see them working so well together too...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: SUDOKU Fill in all squares so each row, column and each of the nine 3x3 squares contain all digits from one to nine. Solutions, tips and software can be found at sudoku.com.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: QUICK ONE Across 2 Coffee favourite (8) 6 Gently persuade (4) 7 Released from obligation (6) 10 Makes exultant (6) 11 Satellite signal apparatus (4) 12 Engraved words (11) 15 Water filled trench around castle (4) 18 Standards of perfection (6) 20 Lacking...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: QUIZMASTER 1 Kate Mulgrew is well known for her starring role in which sci-fi TV series? 2 In relation to a computer database, what does SQL stand for? 3 In which US state is The Pentagon located? 4 What are the two main ingredients of traditional Indian aloo...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: PUZZLES: SOLUTION 5814 Across: 1 Ensuite, 5 Compunction, 11 Dress, 12 Unmasks, 13 Speck, 14 Armadillo, 15 Startled, 17 Other, 18 Debacle, 20 Pyre, 23 Ravish, 25 Junk, 27 Manners, 30 Ludo, 32 Tare, 33 Pulsate, 34 Star, 35 Awhile, 37 Nags, 39 Privacy, 41 Whine, 44 Unloaded, 46...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: TRUMP, PLUS...
WILL start my first column for 2017 with a statement of the bleeding obvious: for at least the next four years — hopefully, for eight — we will be living in a world made by Donald Trump. I will then immediately qualify it: we will be living in a world...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Village parks slide VILLAGE Roadshow says its theme park business underperformed during the crucial school holiday period, struggling to win customers in the wake of the Dreamworld tragedy in October. The deaths of four people at Ardent Leisure’s Dreamworld appears to...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: Bellamy’s in the gun BELLAMY’S Australia is facing the prospect of two class actions from investors aggrieved over the big plunge in its share price since a bleak trading update last month. Litigation funder IMF Bentham announced yesterday it had agreed to back a class...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: BUSINESS: HELLABY OVERHAUL
THE Australian group behind Burson Auto Parts has installed four new directors at Hellaby after securing control of the New Zealand company. Bapcor yesterday announced a suite of changes to the Hellaby board after winning control earlier this month....... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2 Men quick on the draw
‘YOU’VE got to draw the line somewhere,’’ says Peter Mills. “Anywhere will do,’’ adds Bruce Davey. So, off they go, down streets and lanes, into cafes and concert halls, looking for people — and incidents — that may feed their desire to draw. Mills...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: BORN YESTERDAY
Where and when: Southgate Theatre, until February 25 Reviewer: Catherine Lambert... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AD FEATURE: All-round education
SCOTCH College Melbourne is an independent boys school offering an education built on the traditions of the past, Christian belief, strong academic focus and confidence in embracing innovation and progress. With an enrolment of more than 1800, it is...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AD FEATURE: Opening world of opportunity
HAVING worked as school registrar at St Catherine’s for eight years and as a teacher for 18 years, Amanda Bennett knows better than most, the rigorous process parents follow when searching for the right school for their child. “Seeking the opinions of...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AD FEATURE: Benefits in China focus FOR some time, Westbourne Grammar has been involved in the development of an important new VCAA subject — Chinese Language, Culture and Society. The introduction of an expanded Chinese course is in response to increasing demands from the education...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: BRADY’S BUNCH BOWLS INTO BIG ONE
TOM Brady led New England into his seventh Super Bowl with a clinical 36-17 defeat of Australian punter Jordan Berry’s Pittsburgh yesterday. The Patriots will meet Atlanta after the Falcons routed Green Bay 44-21 to reach the NFL showpiece. Brady,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Big talk puts onus on Sydney MELBOURNE Victory captain Carl Valeri says Sydney FC is a deserved favourite for the Australia Day blockbuster. But the midfielder said brash statements about the Sky Blues’ ability to become the A-League’s first “invincibles” meant there was...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Bigger league backed to foster talent SOCCEROOS greats have called for urgent A-League expansion to unlock the senior bottleneck and fast-track the next generation of stars. Mark Bresciano and Josip Skoko said expansion and a mooted second division would create openings for youngsters who...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: CAMP INSTEAD OF HK TOUR A 26-MAN A-League-based Olyroos squad has been called up for a Central Coast training camp next week. The camp has replaced the controversial tour of Hong Kong, cancelled after a backlash from A-League clubs and questions around a potential conflict...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: STUDS UP IS EXPANSION THE KEY TO PRODUCING OUR NEXT STARS? Chat with David Davutovic from noon heraldsun.com.au... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Wenger gets pushy
ARSENE Wenger is facing a long ban for pushing fourth official Anthony Taylor during Arsenal’s dramatic 2-1 Premier League home win against Burnley yesterday. The Gunners manager was sent off by referee Jon Moss after reacting furiously on the...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: WINS LIFT CONFIDENCE AS EWAN TARGETS MILAN CALEB Ewan admits his confidence deserted him late last year, but it is back with a vengeance after he rode himself into the record books at the Tour Down Under. Ewan, 22, became only the third rider in the race’s 19year history to win four stages in...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Eighth a ‘grand’ return MELBOURNE Cup runnerup Heartbreak City resumed with an eighth in a 3200m hurdle race at Leopardstown in Ireland yesterday. Heartbreak City started a $3.25 favourite and ran home nicely to be beaten by 3¾ lengths in the 20-horse field. Trainer Tony...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: WARRIORS WAKE LATE GOLDEN State shrugged off an early start to pummel Orlando 118-98 for its seventh consecutive NBA victory yesterday. Steph Curry led the Warriors’ scoring with 27 points, draining seven of 13 three-point attempts as they improved to 38-6. The victory...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Davey medal double
DAVID Warner last night stormed to his second successive Allan Border Medal, to increase debate on who will go down as the player of this generation. The medal double has happened on only three previous occasions. Warner once again shaded Steve...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Veteran happy to change course after 35 years in saddle THE decorated career of jockey Darren Gauci will come to an end in the next fortnight as he becomes one of the state’s two apprentice coaches. After 35 years in the saddle, Gauci, 51, will begin his new role on Monday week. “I think I had another...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: KHAWAJA, WARNER TO MISS TOUR USMAN Khawaja has been left out of Australia’s one-day tour of New Zealand so he can focus all his energy on the Test series in India. David Warner won’t travel to New Zealand next week either, but instead of heading to Dubai for red-ball practice,...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Dons no risk on Hooker hammy
ESSENDON will take a cautious approach with Cale Hooker’s hamstring problem to guarantee his availability for the Round 1 match against Hawthorn. The 2015 best-and-fairest winner missed Saturday’s intraclub match with a hamstring issue, putting him in...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Roo denies taxi theft
NORTH Melbourne footballer Trent Dumont and another man robbed an Adelaide taxi driver of $70 in an early-morning incident, a court has heard. Dumont, 21, returned to his home town yesterday to stand trial in the District Court. He and his...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Eagles to promote Mitchell FORMER Hawthorn skipper Sam Mitchell is set to be parachuted into West Coast’s leadership group, while Shannon Hurn is expected to retain the captaincy. Mitchell’s move to West Coast was the bombshell of October’s trade period, and Eagles players have...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: ‘FIELD OF DREAMS IT has been a happy offseason for Patrick and Mardi Dangerfield with the couple announcing they are expecting their first child. Dangerfield, who won the 2016 Brownlow Medal, took to Instagram to announce he and his wife would become parents in...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: BATTLE OF THE BELG
CONTENT to be cast as overlooked underdog, Belgian David Goffin has continued his run through the Australian Open, notching milestones along the way. The 11th seed yesterday became the first Belgian male to reach the Melbourne Park quarter-finals by...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Zverev aiming for idol Federer HE played the match of his life to defeat world No.1 Andy Murray, and now Mischa Zverev gets to fulfil a dream by taking on the great Roger Federer in the Australian Open quarter-finals today. The world No.50 turned giant-killer on Rod Laver Arena on...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Confident Coco expects repeat
COCO Vandeweghe has vowed to maintain the aggression in today’s quarter-final against French Open champion Garbine Muguruza. The American joined the seed-destroying party on Rod Laver Arena on Sunday night when she ended Angelique Kerber’s hopes of...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: DAY 9 SCHEDULE ROD LAVER ARENA 13-Venus Williams (US) v 24Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Rus) Coco Vandeweghe (US) v 7-Garbine Muguruza (Spa) 4-Stan Wawrinka (Swi) v 12-Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Fra) EVENING SESSION, 7PM Mischa Zverev (Ger) v 17-Roger Federer (Swi) 1-Caroline...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: DAY 8 RESULTS MEN’S SINGLES RD 4 11-David Goffin (Bel) d 8-Dominic Thiem (Aut) 5-7 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 6-2 15-Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) d Denis Istomin (Ukr) 2-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-2 6-1 3-Milos Raonic (Can) d 13Roberto Bautista (Spa) 7-6 (8-6) 3-6 6-4 6-1 WOMEN’S SINGLES RD 4...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Ova and out for Aussie hero
LAST night was never going to be easy for Australian Daria Gavrilova, but the local hope is remaining positive despite the curtains being drawn on her Australian Open tilt. World No.5 Karolina Pliskova delivered a clinical and powerful performance to...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Vintage Rafa but king of aces awaits
RAFAEL Nadal overcame a mid-match hiccup to eliminate sixth-seeded French entertainer Gael Monfils 6-3 6-3 4-6 6-4 last night. Monfils had a fifth set in sight when he charged 4-2 up in the fourth, and was 30-0 on serve two games later before...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Ball girl’s thanks
IT was one of the more moving images from last year’s Australian Open. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga took time out during his secondround match to help a distressed ball girl who was fighting back tears after being struck by a ball. The giant Frenchman wrapped...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Selfie ambition has no bounds THE selfie craze is out of control with the world’s best tennis players harassed about them even when they don’t have a camera phone thrust in front of their face. A press conference doesn’t go by without a question about which famous person they’d...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Dellacqua sees double, twice
YOU can’t knock Casey Dellacqua’s work ethic. The doubles specialist was kept busy yesterday on one of the hottest days of the tournament. Dellacqua played first on Hisense Arena at 11am with Ash Barty in the third round of the women’s doubles. The...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: HOT CHASE CONTINUES MELBOURNE teenager Chase Ferguson was the only Australian winner in round two of the junior singles yesterday. Wildcard Ferguson, 18, upset 11th seed Ergi Kirkin, from Turkey, 7-6 (7-4) 6-4. Six other Aussies lost. In the boys, seventh seed Alexei...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: THE WHISPER
Which currentday superstar is set to start his television commentary career during the AFL Women’s season?... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: SLAM We know it’s the rule, but throwing out a 17-year-old girl for accidentally hitting a ball kid with the ball — and then immediately apologising — seems excessive.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: GRAND Martina Hingis. As good to watch as ever as, at 36, she embarks on another year on tour as a doubles specialist.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: DARE TO SCREAM
JOHANNA Konta has her wish and is confident reality can match expectation against her idol Serena Williams. The Sydney-born Brit will tomorrow face Williams for the first time with a grand slam semi-final berth at stake. The scenario is daunting and...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Mirjana back with a passion
AS Mirjana Lucic-Baroni jubilantly skipped off Margaret Court Arena yesterday, she paused and scribbled “I love the world today”. Not that long ago the Croat baseliner felt anything but jubilant as personal issues drove her out of tennis. As...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Stoinis returns to play in semi
MELBOURNE Stars will lose a fifth player to Australian duty for the Big Bash League final should their talent-drained line-up upset Perth tonight. The Stars have won four of their past five against the Scorchers but flew west yesterday without Glenn...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: BIG BASH SEMI-FINAL Scorchers v Stars WACA Ground, tonight 7.40pm TAB ODDS Scorchers $1.65 Stars $2.25 SAM LANDSBERGER’S LIKELY LINE-UPS PERTH SCORCHERS MICHAEL KLINGER SHAUN MARSH IAN BELL ADAM VOGES (C) SAM WHITEMAN (wk) HILTON CARTWRIGHT MELBOURNE STARS ROB QUINEY Made...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: BBL hits Australian Open ratings for six THE Big Bash League has served the Australian Open an ace, with TV ratings for the domestic cricket tournament overtaking Melbourne Park’s international grand slam. The sports went head-tohead last week, with Ten’s BBL coverage recording a 2 per cent...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: THE SEMI-FINAL TIPS SAM LANDSBERGER — SCORCHERS and HEAT The brave Stars have stunned the Scorchers twice on the road recently, but had them 5-34 both times. Surely Justin Langer will have plans to avoid another crash like that, particularly in a semi-final.... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: SEIZE THE K
MARK Philippoussis says it is time for Australian ace Nick Kyrgios to take control of his tennis destiny. Philippoussis said he wants to see Kyrgios pick up the phone and hire a coach, adding that the 21-year-old must make the appointment himself...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: Ikonic start for new Blues CARLTON has had its first victory in the AFL Women’s league, winning an extra home game at the expense of arch rival Collingwood. The AFL moved yesterday to relocate the landmark game — now just 10 days away — from Olympic Park to 22,000capacity Ikon...... Pubdate:

24/01/2017: SPORT: BLOCKBUSTER A TEST FOR VENUE CAPACITY GROUND capacity for the first AFL Women’s game between Collingwood and Carlton is estimated at 5000, raising the prospect of a lockout at Olympic Park. se The AFLFLh ash ass en tina with few alternative boutique venues having suitable lights. The...... Pubdate:








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