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21 January 2018 7:02 AM Poor start to blame for Sydney FC's missed opportunity

Sydney FC are bemoaning a flurry of missed chances and poor use of possession that have prevented them from taking an unassailable lead at the top of the A-League table. A lacklustre performance by Sydney's high standards saw the Sky Blues held to a 1-1 draw at home to Central Coast Mariners on Saturday night, a result defender Alex Wilkinson attributes 4

21 January 2018 6:14 AM Australia's fastest man Jack Hale set for Commonwealth Games qualifier in Canberra

Australia's fastest man Jack Hale is gunning for a Commonwealth Games qualifier at the ACT athletics championships this week following a controversial race in Perth. Hale might have been the fourth-fastest Australian man over 100 metres in history but for a blunder by West Australian athletics officials last Friday. The sprint star won his preliminary 4

21 January 2018 4:02 AM Man dies after golf buggy crashes into creek in Mount Waverley

A man has died after the golf buggy he was driving crashed into a creek in Mount Waverley on Saturday night. Investigators believe the man was riding along Scotchmans Creek Trail sometime on Saturday when the buggy veered over a concrete embankment into the water. Investigators believe the man was riding along Scotchmans Creek Trail when the buggy veered 6

20 January 2018 11:35 PM Two dead, several hurt in Prague hotel fire

Prague: Two people died and nine were injured in a fire at a hotel in the centre of Prague on Saturday night, fire and rescue officials said. The fire occurred at Eurostars David Hotel, a block away from the Vltava River and near the Czech capital's National Theatre. Of those hurt, five people were seriously injured, the Prague Emergency Medical Service 6

20 January 2018 2:06 PM 'Everyone's hyped up': Green Shed sells tonne of Lego for Canberra charity

Hundreds of Canberrans lined up inside the Mugga Green Shed on Saturday evening, waiting for their chance to get in on 1.3 tonnes of Lego. The recycling shop was looking to offload the Lego at $30 a kilo between 6pm - 9pm to help raise money for the Canberra Hospital Foundation. Green Shed co-founder Elaine Stanford said keen shoppers had lined up an hour early 5

20 January 2018 4:54 AM Soho Tribeca gets Grand Circuit win in commanding fashion in the WA Pacing Cup

It was the win Soho Tribeca deserved and it was done in dominant and commanding fashion in the WA Pacing Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Soho Tribeca took the his first Grand Circuit crown, beating Chicago Bull in the showdown of West Australia's two best pacers. The winner of two Interdominion heats pushed forward from a wide draw and once Chicago 4

19 January 2018 11:15 AM Ben Simmons quiet as Philadelphia 76ers upset Boston Celtics

Ben Simmons has followed being overlooked for the starting five in the East NBA All-Star team with a quiet performance in his side Philadelphia's upset away win over Boston. The Australian had eight points, seven rebounds and four assists in the 89-80 victory at TD Garden on Thursday, hours after finding out he had missed out on a starting spot for East. All-Star 6

19 January 2018 11:15 AM Nadal hardly raises a sweat to move into fourth round

The heat caused Rafael Nadal more sweat than his third round opponent Damir Dzumhur, as the world No.1 swept into the final 16 of the Australian Open with a 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 victory over the 28th seed. It is the 11th time Nadal has made the final 16 of an Australian Open with his only loss in the tournament before the fourth round coming way back in his Melbourne 7

19 January 2018 8:51 AM Sir Trevor Garland accused of sexually assaulting St Vincent's Hospital patient

Former diplomat Sir Trevor Garland allegedly sexually assaulted a St Vincent's Hospital patient he was helping look after as part of a program for sick Solomon Islands residents. The alleged abuse of power came three years after the 62-year-old former honorary consul to the Solomon Islands had his role terminated by the Australian government because 6

19 January 2018 4:20 AM What to see and do on Australia Day in Sydney

On Friday 26th January 2018, Australia will celebrate the 230th Australia Day and the city of Sydney promises that "Australia Day 2018 will deliver plenty of memorable ceremonies, lively events and fun activities". As is tradition, the Sydney Harbour Bridge will have a fireworks display at 9pm. However, if you are unable to celebrate within the city, local 7