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11 March 2018 8:25 AM South African officials set to face music over 'disgraceful' taunt

Port Elizabeth: Two executives who posed with spectators wearing Sonny Bill Williams masks are set to face the music from Cricket South Africa in Johannesburg on Monday as one of David Warner's former teammates labelled the attack on the opener's wife, Candice, as "disgraceful". Clive Eksteen, CSA’s head of commercial and marketing, and Altaaf Kazi, the head of communications 112

6 February 2018 4:45 AM Queensland cop denies attempting to cover up bashing

A senior police officer has denied attempting to cover up the bashing of a handcuffed man at a Gold Coast police station in 2012. David Joachim was the district duty officer on the night in January 2012 when Gold Coast father Noa Begic was struck at least four times in the basement car park of the Surfers Paradise station. Footage of the bashing was later 87

2 February 2018 3:17 AM Putin welcomes ruling to overturn Sochi doping bans

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday welcomed a court ruling to overturn doping bans against 28 Russian athletes who competed at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Putin said the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling confirmed that the majority of Russian athletes are clean but stressed that Russia needed to continue its fight against doping along 174

24 January 2018 1:18 PM Trevor Hohns responds to omission of Chadd Sayers from South Africa tour

Selection boss Trevor Hohns has explained to out of favour paceman Chadd Sayers why he was left out of the tour of South Africa as Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland weighed into the topic. The issue about communication between players and selectors was back on the agenda after Sayers' controversial exclusion from the squad announced this week. The South 124 1

24 January 2018 1:18 PM Contractor dies in Crookwell after falling from communications tower

A 34-year-old man died on Wednesday morning after falling from a communications tower in Crookwell. The contractor was working at the tower on Redground road when he fell about 8.30am. A NSW police spokesperson said "NSW ambulance and paramedics attended and attempted to revive the 34 year old, however he died at the scene." "Police from the Hume Local 137

24 October 2017 1:55 AM NBN: What's everyone saying about it?

It's been described as "calamitous", "stomach turning" and a "changed horse". So what is everyone actually saying about the troubled rollout of the NBN this week? NBN chief Bill Morrow told Four Corners that high-speed fibre connections are technologically superior to the copper and cable which links most Australians to the new broadband network 277

23 October 2017 1:41 PM Turnbull 'determined' to address NBN issues

Malcolm Turnbull insists one complaint about the national broadband network is one too many and has vowed to address consumer concerns about the service. His comments came as the man responsible for the national rollout blamed a 'land grab' by internet retailers for the one-in-four Australians unhappy with the speed of their fast broadband connection 221

23 October 2017 9:22 AM Govt looks to courts to salvage NBN model

Analysis: Shuts down most other options. The government has ruled out an immediate NBN writedown or a tax on 4G users, leaving only a bailout - and the threat of court action - on the table to stave off NBN Co’s economic woes. Morrow’s wish list for that intervention consists of a broadband tax on 4G services - thus opening a new cash flow for NBN Co to offset 131

23 October 2017 2:35 AM NBN Co is a 'calamitous train wreck' that may never make a profit, Malcolm Turnbull says, laying blame with Labor

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has admitted it was a "big mistake" to set up a new company to build the National Broadband Network, adding that Labor left the Coalition a "calamitous train wreck". Mr Turnbull was questioned about the NBN this morning after Four Corners reported the troubled rollout was creating a digital divide across Australia, with some households 210

22 October 2017 2:41 AM New research explores link between sugar and cancer

A nine-year study has shed new light on the link between sugar and cancer, which may help to explain how tumours grow. The study, published in leading science journal Nature Communications, has shown how the Warburg Effect, in which cancer cells break down sugars more quickly than other cells, can help to stimulate tumour growth. Professor Johan Thevelein 105