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28 October 2017 3:10 AM Capacity Cox Plate crowd warned to 'pack a poncho'

A capacity crowd is expected at Moonee Valley to witness champion mare Winx chase her 22nd consecutive win and third Cox Plate on the trot on Saturday. But those 32,000-odd punters have been told to pack wet weather gear along with their fascinators, frocks and fancy suits with cool conditions and the chance of showers throughout the day. Sam McClure 15

27 October 2017 9:48 AM JFK files: Here's what we have learned from the previously classified documents

Twenty-five years ago, the United States Congress ordered sealed files pertaining to the investigation into John Fitzgerald Kennedy's death should be fully opened to the public by October 26, 2017. But more than 300 files are still under wraps after the CIA and FBI requested they not be made public. In one of the documents, longtime FBI boss J Edgar 15

26 October 2017 10:04 AM JFK files likely to expose CIA cover-up, say experts

IT’S the mystery that still baffles 55 years on — the assassination of JFK. Now, with the release of CIA files, the world may be one step closer to finding the truth. For decades, the existence of secret US government files linked to Kennedy’s assassination on that sunny day in Dallas has helped fuel conspiracy theories that others besides Lee Harvey 67

26 October 2017 2:50 AM Adam Hyeronimus tips Stonebrook better prospect than Arbeitsam as record on line

Adam Hyeronimus is convinced the unbeaten Stonebrook will turn out better than his free-wheeling Rowley Mile-winning stablemate Arbeitsam as Randwick's drawcard tries to extend his winning streak to five. Champion mare Winx galloped at the course in front of a good crowd at Moonee Valley racecourse on Tuesday, in preparation for her attempt to win a record-equalling 17 1

22 October 2017 2:30 AM JFK assassination: What will the secret files have to say about the conspiracy theories?

Later this week, we should get a chance to read previously secret files about the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963. So, the National Archives has until Thursday (US time) to disclose the remaining files — expected to include more than 3,000 documents that have never been seen by the public and more than 30,000 that had been released 20

11 September 2017 3:56 AM At least eight people killed in shooting spree at Dallas Cowboys watching party

BREAKING: Seven people have been gunned down at a Dallas Cowboys watching party in the US. Police rushed to the Plano, Texas, home after reports of multiple shots fired. An officer shot and killed the gunman at the scene, bringing the total number of dead to eight. The shooting occurred on Sunday night local time in the city about 30 kilometres northeast 47

30 August 2017 12:29 AM Trump surveys Texas as Harvey rages on

President Donald Trump has visited Texas to survey damage from the first major natural disaster to test his leadership, as record rainfall from Tropical Storm Harvey lashed Houston and tens of thousands of people fled deluged homes. The storm turning slowly in the Gulf of Mexico has brought catastrophic flooding to Texas, killing at least 13 people and paralysing 25

24 August 2017 10:44 PM Qantas wants to fly non-stop from Sydney to London and New York

Qantas says it will start flying nonstop from Australia’s east coast to New York and London within five years, but there’s one small catch. The Australian airline is keen to start the long-haul flights in 2022, and launches a non-stop 17-hour service from Perth to London in March next year on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. It also currently delivers the world’s 17

19 August 2017 12:16 PM Ipswich election: Paul Tully favourite to win mayor by-election after Paul Pisasale resignation

BOTH frontrunners in Ipswich’s mayoral by-election have pledged to throw open council’s books to public scrutiny if either wins office. Early last night the main race was expected to be between Acting Mayor Paul Tully and Division 7 councillor Andrew Antoniolli. If he wins, Cr Tully would follow his uncle, Alfred Tully Stephenson, who was Ipswich’s mayor 78

12 August 2017 5:47 AM Two men released without charge after arrests over Roxburgh Park teen shooting

Two young men have been questioned by police over a shooting that injured two teenagers in Roxburgh Park. Armed Crime Squad detectives arrested the 18-year-old and 23-year-old during raids in Craigieburn on Saturday. They were released without charge on Saturday afternoon pending further inquiries, police said. A 16-year-old and 18-year-old were injured 29