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14 February 2018 12:04 PM Sydney FC slump to home defeat against Suwon Bluewings in Asian Champions League

Sydney FC's hopes of replicating their A-League success in Asia were dealt an early blow after losing their crucial opening group match to Suwon Bluewings and surrendering their imposing home record. For the first time in 683 days, the Sky Blues walked down the tunnel at Allianz Stadium with the unfamiliar sour taste of defeat after slumping to a 2-0 loss at home to the Korean 11

11 February 2018 1:40 AM Seven-foot brown snake latches onto man's leg in central Queensland

A cattle farmer in central Queensland has been bitten by a seven-foot brown snake while riding a motorbike, causing the man to fall from the bike and fight to pull the reptile off after it latched onto his leg. He managed to escape from the "enormous (and) highly-venomous" snake and raise the alarm, before being airlifted to Mackay Base Hospital on Saturday 10

10 February 2018 11:02 AM Adopted Queenslander Ben Nguyen says position on UFC 221 card shows disrespect

It’s not inconceivable the winner could receive a title shot, or is at worst one fight away from a title shot. You’d think a man in that position, with that opportunity, would be happy, but Nguyen is far from happy. Because his fight with Formiga, one of only three fights on the card that will have real implications for the division, is the opening fight 10

10 February 2018 9:39 AM Two children injured in crash at Athlone

A young girl is fighting for life after a two-car collision about 110 kilometres south-east of Melbourne on Saturday. Five people were injured after two cars crashed on the Drouin-Korumburra Road, Athlone, just before 1.30pm. A primary school-aged girl was flown to the Royal Children's Hospital, where she remained in a critical condition on Saturday 13

10 February 2018 9:39 AM Adele Douglas takes another step on golfing fairytale at Royal Canberra Classic

Adele Douglas walked away from a career as a real estate agent to pursue her golfing dream, but it really turned into a fairytale when a marriage proposal became the incentive to improve. That's why Douglas was smiling after every shot at the Royal Canberra Classic, even on a stretch of six bogeys in eight holes on Saturday. Douglas was the third-ranked 13

10 February 2018 3:33 AM Woman charged with terrorism after alleged 'Islamic State' stabbing

A 24-year-old Bangladeshi woman who has been in the country for less than a fortnight has faced court charged with terrorism after an alleged "Islamic State-inspired" stabbing in Mill Park. Momena Shoma, a student and Bangladeshi national, was remanded in custody on a terrorism-related charge after facing Melbourne Magistrates Court during a brief hearing 9

10 February 2018 3:33 AM Investment gamble pays off as Matt Campbell lands Porsche Le Mans deal

Australia's Matt Campbell is set to follow in Mark Webber's footsteps, taking on the World Endurance Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans with Porsche. The newly minted Porsche junior started life as a factory-backed racing driver by outgunning highly-fancied racers in identical 911 GT3 R machinery in qualifying for the Bathurst 12 Hour last week where 9

9 February 2018 7:13 AM Queensland's Brown ready to rumble in Perth

Late replacement fighters have a tendency towards being sucked-in and spat-out by the UFC, but Brown is more resilient than most and his penchant for engaging in firefights has seen him quickly become a fan favourite. His last fight against Frank Camacho in Sydney was an instant classic, with both men biting down on their mouthpieces and swinging with reckless

9 February 2018 6:30 AM Man found guilty of manslaughter, not murder, over fatal Chinatown bashing

A young man has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter over the fatal bashing of a high school student in a Melbourne laneway. Shengliang Wan, 24, kicked and stomped on Longxiang 'Jeremy' Hu, 19, during a fight in the city's Chinatown on April 15, 2016. Mr Hu, a Yarra Valley Grammar School student, suffered a fractured skull and bleeding 5

8 February 2018 8:40 AM Perth FIFO dad murdered by his ‘white supremacist’ girlfriend and her lover in life insurance plot

A white supremacist "death squad" bludgeoned a Perth father to death in a twisted plot forged by his girlfriend and her lover to claim his life insurance, a court was told. Alan Taylor, a fly-in, fly-out worker, was murdered on the morning of April 22, 2016 as he lay on his bed in his Girrawheen home. His partner of nine years and mother of his child 9