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11 June 2018 10:16 PM Risk-taker Arzani takes chances others can't or won't, says Luongo

Daniel Arzani has only been with the Socceroos for a short time, but he's already made a huge impression - not just with fans but his team-mates. Midfielder Massimo Luongo says that the Melbourne City teenager's exuberant risk-taking style has lifted spirits all round and that unlike the older players, he has not yet been ground down by the pragmatism 7

2 June 2018 6:00 AM Socceroos may have discovered their long-term captain in Sainsbury

Jedinak, will retain his captaincy for the Socceroos 2018 World Cup campaign and lead the country in Russia as he did four years ago in Brazil. However, at 33 there is speculation the 2019 Asian Cup in January may be Jedinak's last international tournament and van Marwijk's lasting legacy could be identifying his heir apparent. It's not just his ability 14

17 March 2018 7:16 AM Adkins gets first group 1 as Daysee Doom wins Coolmore Classic

Adkins was positive from a wide draw and drove Daysee Doom to sit outside the leader and at the top of the straight she was there to beaten but nothing would get to her. She hit the front at 300m mark with a wall of horses coming at her but at the post she had a shot neck to spare from Oregon’s Day with a half head back to Silent Sedition. “As soon as the barrier 21

24 February 2018 12:00 PM Figure skating's not a sport: it's much more than that

There are hoops each skater needs to jump through (without falling over): quad flips, double-toes, Salchows and triple axels. But skaters are also judged on how they project their personality and how emotionally involved they are in their program. Ultimately, subjective human assessments determine who wins the gold medal. There's also the possibility 23

26 January 2018 8:09 AM Conservative commentator Andrew Bolt injured after falling from ladder

Conservative commentator Andrew Bolt has been injured after falling from a ladder. According to the Herald Sun, Bolt fell almost four metres while gardening at his Melbourne home. He has injured several ribs and broken his wrist "which has had to be pinned" a news item for the Melbourne tabloid reported. Bolt was pruning a tree when he fell but landed 38

26 December 2017 3:59 AM Two more Triple M presenters distance themselves from 'Ozzest 100' countdown

Wil Anderson isn't the only high-profile Triple M personality to distance himself from the network's "Ozzest 100". Radio royalty Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy recently told listeners they believe Australia Day shouldn't be held on January 26. "I'm speaking for myself here, but I would like to see Australia Day moved so everyone can enjoy it," Molloy said. "If you want to do it, include 51 1

22 December 2017 1:29 PM Aspiring young cyclist killed after being hit by a car near Bendigo

The Australian cycling community is in mourning after the tragic death of an aspiring young athlete who was hit and killed by a car near Bendigo, just days before Christmas. Cycling Australia has named the cyclist as Jason Lowndes, and his current team Israel Cycling Academy confirmed his death in social media posts. Israel Cycling Academy issued a statement 48

4 December 2017 1:15 AM Canberra jockey Samara Johnson killed in car crash, trainer Garry Kirkup seriously injured

Canberra track work rider and picnic jockey Samara Johnson has died in a car crash, while her partner and Thoroughbred Park trainer Garry Kirkup was seriously injured. New South Wales Police confirmed the the 25-year-old was killed in the single-vehicle crash on Gundagai Road at Eurongilly, 41km west of Gundagai, just before 2.30pm Sunday. It is understood 69

25 November 2017 6:34 AM Collingwood would have taken Nathan Murphy at pick six, if not for Jaidyn Stephenson

It is a post-draft cliche for clubs to boast about their bargains and tell anyone who will listen how they couldn't believe a certain player was still available at a given pick. But in the case of Collingwood and Nathan Murphy, the Magpies really did have something to crow about. The Magpies took Murphy at pick 39, their second selection at Friday night's 61 1

16 November 2017 11:06 AM George Takei congratulates Australia on gay marriage vote, denies sex harassment claims

Star Trek icon George Takei has used his Australian tour to congratulate the country on the outcome of the same-sex marriage survey and once again deny sexually harassing a former model in the early 1980s. The 80-year-old actor, speaking at the Melbourne Town Hall on Thursday evening, labelled the allegations a "fantastical claim". "I was completely 43