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17 June 2018 3:44 AM Shinnecock wins on day of carnage at US Open

Former US Open champion Justin Rose shot 73 to take outright fifth at four over. The third-round scoring average at the par-70 course on Long Island was 75.328, with only three players posting rounds under par. It prompted Mike Davis, chief executive of tournament organiser the USGA, to appear on host broadcaster Fox Sports and admit officials blew it with the course 8

8 June 2018 12:00 PM Smith, Warner yet to see contracts amid doubts over Canadian league

There's no fixture, no TV deal, no contracts and no tickets, but the organisers of the fledgling Canadian Twenty20 tournament earmarked for Steve Smith and David Warner's comeback say it will still go ahead. Less than three weeks before the the Global T20 Canada is due to begin, staff are working "18 to 20 hours daily" as doubts emerge whether the associate 7

10 May 2018 4:41 AM Aquanita inquiry: Smerdon, Nelligans given life bans from racing

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board handed out some of the harshest penalties ever issued in Australian racing history when the eight employees of Aquanita were sentenced on Thursday. Robert Smerdon and his long-time assistant and stable employee Greg Nelligan were given life bans. Stuart Webb was given a four-year ban while Tony Vasil received 17

7 March 2018 11:04 AM De Kock to fight charge at hearing after Warner accepts fine

The Australians claim Warner exploded in anger after de Kock made a disparaging remark about his wife, Candice. It is understood that Warner and Australian wicketkeeper Tim Paine, who has confirmed he heard what de Kock said to the opener, will not have to appear at the hearing. Warner was technically in danger of being suspended here in Port Elizabeth 81

7 March 2018 8:00 AM Lifting the cover on wonder mare Winx

‘‘She doesn’t deserve to have an asterisk attached to her name and it would be unfair,’’ Waller said. Meanwhile, former Aquanita employee Greg Nelligan and his wife, Denise, have had their stand-down notices expanded to include being banned from Victorian racecourses, training premises and receiving any direct or indirect benefit from thoroughbred racing 47

17 February 2018 7:37 AM The Mail: Glyn Schofield's outside run on Emperor's Way ends in stewards' room

"I had made the decision to go to the outside because I could see the two horses in front rolling around and didn't know if a run would appear between them," he told stewards. "I made the decision because I didn't want to lose my momentum waiting for a run and by doing that I never lost momentum or ground." The decision to sprint Faraway Town returned 37

11 February 2018 5:03 AM Pair caught smuggling mobile phones, balloons of white powder into Goulburn jail: police

A man and a woman have been busted trying to smuggle drugs and mobile phones into NSW's most secure prison, police say. NSW Police will allege a man parked on Cemetery Road, Goulburn and climbed the fence of the Goulburn Correctional Centre to place two bags in a garbage bin at 11.45pm on Saturday. Police tried to stop the man, who was carrying a third 57

11 February 2018 1:39 AM Clive Palmer's nephew found in Bulgaria

Clive Palmer's nephew Clive Mensink, who is wanted for questioning over the collapse of his uncle's Queensland Nickel refinery, has been found in Bulgaria. Mr Mensink, who has lost a significant amount of weight and now has a beard, was tracked down in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia last week by a media organisation. He was with his Bulgarian girlfriend 24

9 February 2018 6:29 AM Melbourne man charged with child sex exploitation in the UK

A Melbourne man has been accused of engaging in sexual activity with a minor and creating child pornography in the United Kingdom. Australian Federal Police allege the 24-year-old man from Thornbury travelled to the UK to meet a child and commit a range of offences. The man was arrested following a raid of his home by Federal Police and Victoria Police 15

8 February 2018 8:40 AM Big four banks won't enforce gag orders in royal commission

The major banks have promised not to enforce confidentiality agreements that were threatening to stop victims or whistleblowers from giving evidence to the royal commission into industry misconduct. Investigative journalist Adele Ferguson reflects on the long journey to the announcement of a royal commission, and whether it will make a difference 29