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6 October 2018 2:00 AM 'Conor is gonna stun him': UFC stars weigh in on McGregor v Khabib

"I changed my mindset, and it's showing with the fights. I'm back to just enjoying the process, the media, the weigh-ins, all of it." The main event card, which starts at 3pm AEDST, also features heavyweights Derrick Lewis and Alexander Volkov – but Lewis isn't getting caught up in the hype of McGregor-mania. "I'm not a fan, I'm just looking at it like it's a job: I don't 13

8 February 2018 2:37 PM Geopolitics the other race at PyeongChang Olympics

Beijing: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has gone ahead with a military parade the day before the Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony in South Korea in an act that some will see as provocative. However, the regime did not broadcast live images of the event, South Korean media reported. The Yonhap News Agency said about 13,000 troops participated while 92

29 January 2018 11:57 PM Dane Swan joins Chris Judd and Brendan Fevola on The Footy Show

Former Collingwood champion Dane Swan will join Chris Judd and Brendan Fevola on Channel 9's AFL Footy Show in 2018 as the station attempts to regain the long-running show's former appeal with Eddie McGuire and Rebecca Maddern as hosts. Judd, who will also be a panellist on Channel Nine's Footy Classified this year, will reconnect with Fevola who was once his teammate 51 1

22 January 2018 8:58 PM 4 per cent of English drink almost 1/3 of England's alcohol

London: Just four per cent of the English population consume almost one-third of all the alcohol sold in England, according to healthcare data. The figures emerged during a debate on a 50 pence (87 Australian cents) minimum unit price on alcohol by a British parliamentary committee on Monday. Rosanna O'Connor, director of Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco at Public 60

21 January 2018 8:40 AM How to boogie without getting blotto

What would you rather be doing at 10am on a Sunday? Staggering between your sink and bed, nauseous and headachy from a hangover?Or dancing, stone-cold sober, like a dag in the sun in St Kilda?Once you realise no one’s laughing at you - or even taking any notice - morning dancing in public is a lot of fun. That was the verdict of attendees of a free dance 55

11 January 2018 6:55 AM Man jailed for drunken Queen Street Mall rape

A man who raped a drunk woman on the verge of passing out in Brisbane's Queen Street Mall has been sentenced to five months behind bars. Mohamed Husein Mohamud was interrupted by police after he was caught on the city council's CCTV digitally penetrating the 18-year-old on a bench in August 2015. The Brisbane District Court heard Mohamud joined the woman 56

25 December 2017 5:38 AM American Andrew Weiss set for Sydney To Hobart start after entering race at 2am

American sailor Andrew Weiss entered the Sydney To Hobart on his iPad at 2am one morning after knocking back a few rums on a New York Yacht Club cruise. For months he'd been weighing up whether to haul his 43-footer Christopher Dragon across the Pacific ocean and enter a race he had watched on television since he was a kid, and he finally made the decision 65

29 November 2017 7:41 PM Up to 32 per cent of women at Sydney Uni colleges experience sexual harassment, review finds

As many as 32 per cent of women at University of Sydney colleges have experienced sexual harassment and 6 per cent of female college students have experienced actual or attempted sexual assault, with other college students making up the vast majority of perpetrators, a review of college culture has found. The review, led by former sex discrimination 80

28 November 2017 1:34 AM Tina Arena tackles Margaret Court at the Newcombe Medal

Outspoken entertainer Tina Arena has used Australian tennis' night of nights to subtly promote a name change of Margaret Court Arena. Tennis Australia is under pressure to remove Court's name from one of its flagship stadiums at Melbourne Park following the 24-time grand slam singles champion's vocal opposition to same-sex marriage. Sam Kerr is the best, Andrew 94

27 November 2017 7:01 AM How they rated: First Ashes Test report card for Australia and England

Openers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft cruised their way to 170 runs to seal the first Test at the Gabba. Proving the art of conversation isn't dead, Australian batsman Cameron Bancroft recounts how an amicable night of drinking with England'€'s Jonny Barstow began with a friendly headbutt. Sam Kerr is the best, Andrew Hoole slots a ripper, Kangas 74 1