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6 October 2018 7:36 AM University of Canberra smashed in penultimate sevens round

The University of Canberra sevens side slumped to horror defeats in the penultimate round of the national series, leaking a combined 113 points to be languishing after day one. A re-jigged Canberra struggled to find cohesion on the Gold Coast after injuries and player unavailability forced coach Dave Grimmond to make seven changes to his touring squad 102

8 September 2018 7:48 AM Heartbreak for University of Canberra sevens puts titles hopes on edge

"We had our chances. It comes down to the last split-second focus points," said Canberra coach Dave Grimmond. "Our girls have come a long way in the last four or five games. It's disappointing, but we take a lot of heart out of where we've come from. "We lost two games after the bell. Can you believe it? It's tough - a cruel game in sevens. It can go one way or the other 89

19 July 2018 8:00 AM Warner gives boost to NT cricket in first Australian appearance since ban

"While we would love to host that series [in 2020] we have to make sure we can build a sufficient case to justify it being played in Darwin," NTC chief Joel Morrison said. "We'll have that conversation with Cricket Australia, we won't be the only ones wanting that series." While Warner and Bancroft are the biggest names in the second edition of the NT Strike 64

1 June 2018 9:39 PM Socceroos thrash Czech Republic in World Cup warm-up match

The work done in 11 days intensive training is already beginning to bear fruit for van Marwijk's side. They were more compact in defence, structurally disciplined and relentless in their zonal marking. After years playing an aggressive, possession-based attack under Ange Postecoglou, this Socceroos team were clinical on the counter. They are far from the finished 78

11 February 2018 1:40 AM Power companies forced to pay $5 million in compensation to Victorians hit by blackouts

Power companies are being forced to pay compensation to Victorians affected by last month's blackouts, with payments up to $180 depending on how long a household went without electricity. As part of the $5 million package, announced on Sunday, around 50,000 households who lost power on January 28 will receive a one-off payments. About 40,000 more customers 203

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 107

7 February 2018 1:04 PM Thousands of houses in Victoria without power

Almost 7000 Victorian homes have been left without power as the network buckled again under scorching heat. Thousands of homes have been left without electricity and air-conditioning in Melbourne's northern suburbs, with 3200 power outages recorded in Coburg alone by energy provider Jemena at 10pm on Wednesday. The provider also recorded outages in Strathmore 139

3 February 2018 9:02 AM Newcastle Jets on the cusp of A-League finals after beating Melbourne Victory

But it was yet another game in which the Jets' creative weapons shone brightly. Australian duo Dimitri Petratos and Andrew Nabbout impressed in front of new Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk, who was watching from the stands. A cleverly taken quick set-piece from Petratos should have provided Roy O'Donovan with a goal on his return when the Irish striker 62

20 January 2018 7:40 AM Steve Smith reduced to mere mortal in one-day international arena

"I definitely think I've got a lot of room for improvement. I don't think I've been playing one-day cricket as well as I could the last couple of series," Smith said. "I have pretty high expectations for myself and I haven't been living up to them recently. I've got to start nailing it down, I've got a few starts and [need to] go on with them and set the team up a little 51

1 January 2018 4:24 AM Police hunt for man after lewd act in front of girl at Richmond family day

Police are hunting a man who exposed himself to a mother and her 14-year-old daughter during Richmond's family day in October. Carrying a Tigers scarf, the man was seated beside the pair when he started masturbating on Punt Road about 10.50am. Police have released a facial composite of the man hoping the public can help them to find him. He is described 124