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11 June 2018 1:45 PM Greenberg's diplomacy disguises battle for eyeballs with AFL

After all, the two codes were on a war footing when the NRL scheduled the 2018 Origin series. The NRL couldn’t trust the AFL not to schedule blockbuster matches in Melbourne over the June 22-24 weekend, leading to the Sunday night Origin match. Instead, the second match will be played at Homebush and the NRL has made it a standalone fixture, with no club games 7

5 June 2018 2:10 PM Tonight I'm looking forward to Sydney's other red v blue grudge match

Tonight’s the night. I know, like me, many of you will have been looking forward to this evening for a while now. Anticipating the drama, getting dressed for the occasion, maybe raising a glass or two. Yes it’s the showdown between two great rivalries again: blue versus red. Not the maroons. I’m not talking about that annual grudge match between NSW and Queensland 5

5 June 2018 7:32 AM Proud Queenslander Jeff Horn will 'never give up'

Horn doesn't think that will matter one bit. His fearless attitude saw him topple Manny Pacquiao and he will tap into that same mentality against the imposing Crawford. "There’s something about Queenslanders, there’s just that never give up attitude and I draw off that every day," Horn said. "I’m a bit the same as the Origin boys, I don’t spend the time worrying 8

23 April 2018 10:48 AM Origin? Me? Honest Jack Bird needs to find himself before a NSW jumper

"Last week I had a pretty ordinary game (against Melbourne). I was pretty down my performance," Bird said before Thursday's clash with South Sydney. "I wasn't happy with my game. I think I let myself down and let the team down. I just need to find my mojo back and start enjoying footy again. Once I start doing that I will start playing better footy 44

19 April 2018 7:58 AM The day Big Daz died... then wanted to get straight back on the mike

Then Eastlake suffered another heart attack. He eventually recovered and kept calling right up until his retirement in 2005. The big man with the bigger voice finally shuffled off this mortal coil on Tuesday morning. He died at a nursing home on the Central Coast after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease and emphysema. He was 75. Within hours of the news breaking 31

14 February 2018 9:00 AM Peter FitzSimons' predictions for the sporting year of 2018

Canterbury Bulldogs will rise. Without being unkind, I have no clue how the board led by Ray Dib got as close as they did to holding on to power in the elections last weekend. In the course of Dib's reign, the Dogs lost damn nigh everything, starting with their matches, and up to and including their two most revered and passionate players, Josh Reynolds 29

8 February 2018 12:25 AM Origin takes $700m bath on gas assets

Origin Energy has slashed the value of a major coal seam gas project in Queensland by more than $500 million as it drastically recasts its expectations for production. Origin told the ASX on Thursday morning that it would book a $355 million after-tax impairment on its Ironbark gas field and a further after-tax $173 million writedown on the Lattice business 59

6 February 2018 10:10 PM NRL 2018: Dave Taylor set to miss Brisbane Broncos reunion

Dave Taylor looks set to be denied a reunion with former NRL club Brisbane, missing a chance to line up against the Broncos' "Andrew Fifita clone" Payne Haas. Former State of Origin forward Taylor received a lifeline from second tier Queensland Cup outfit Central Capras last week, signing a two year deal after being sacked by UK outfit Toronto Wolfpack 18

27 January 2018 4:42 AM North Korea exported coal to South korea and Japan via Russia: intel sources

Paris: North Korea shipped coal to Russia last year which was then delivered to South Korea and Japan in a likely violation of UN sanctions, three Western European intelligence sources said. The UN Security Council banned North Korean exports of coal last August 5 under sanctions intended to cut off an important source of the foreign currency Pyongyang 38 1

14 November 2017 12:09 AM ​AWE expands Waitsia reserves by 78 per cent

A new independent review has increased AWE's Waitsia gas field – one of the most prospective in Australia – to 811 petajoules. The evaluation of the field by RISC has concluded that Waitsia's proven and probable reserves are 78 per cent higher than previous estimates. In its third quarter results, the group had already lifted its its proven and probable 50