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8 May 2018 9:29 AM NBA Playoffs: Cavaliers sweep out Raptors

LeBron James recorded 29 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds as the Cleveland Cavaliers completed a four-game eastern conference semi-final sweep of Toronto by rolling to a 128-93 victory over the visiting Raptors at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena. Kevin Love scored 23 points to help fourth-seeded Cleveland reach the eastern conference finals for the fourth 13

5 April 2018 11:04 PM Sergio hits five balls in water on one hole, blows Masters defence

"I don't know what to tell you," Garcia said. "It's one of those things. It's the first time in my career where I make a 13 without missing a shot. Simple as that. I felt like I hit a lot of good shots and unfortunately the ball just didn't want to stop. "I kept hitting good shots with the sand wedge and unfortunately I don't know why, the ball just wouldn't 21

25 February 2018 9:00 AM Boutier cruises to win in Ladies Classic

"I just hit it really chunky and it didn't go very far. But I wasn't really too worried as it was a par five and I was never going to reach it [in two] anyway." There's been nothing normal about the first staging of the $350,000 event on NSW's mid-north coast, the country's newest professional golf tournament. So long and complex is Bonville, players 40

16 February 2018 6:00 AM ACT Junior Rugby Union welcomes Rugby Australia's weight for age rules

Sullivan said the response to the trial was positive and was keen to see the Rugby Australia guidelines as the juniors edge closer to the start of their season in May. "The trial was quite revealing, there wasn't as many children on the higher or lower end of the spectrum who were too big or too small," Sullivan said. "It did allow for a couple of boys to go up and a couple 33

11 February 2018 1:40 AM Jason Day well in the PGA mix at Pebble Beach

Feeling at home on Pebble Beach’s difficult greens, Jason Day is well placed to end a 25-year drought for Australians at the US PGA Tour’s celebrity pro am event. Making a whopping 140 feet of putts during a windy day three, Day booked another final-round chance to earn his first victory on California’s famed Monterey Peninsula. Day posted a three-under-par 40

8 February 2018 6:10 AM I Hold the Lion's Paw with Reuben Lewis brings jazz to Ainslie Arts Centre

I Hold the Lion's Paw. Leader/composer Reuben Lewis. Ainsle Arts Centre. Friday, February 23, 7.30pm. $20.08-$27.46. eventbrite.com.au/e/i-hold-the-lions-paw-canberra-tickets-42664993143. As a name, I Hold the Lion's Paw might not immediately conjure up "psychedelic jazz collective", but that's what it is. Reuben Lewis, the former Canberran who leads 34

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 30

7 February 2018 9:37 AM Saints got same cash from AFL as GWS Giants and Brisbane Lions

St Kilda were funded by the AFL last year to the same level as expansion market clubs Greater Western Sydney and the Brisbane Lions. The Saints distribution was $20.6 million and was understood to be the highest of any club not in an expanding market. It emerged this week that the AFL bailed out the Gold Coast last year with an additional $5.5 million 26

7 February 2018 6:44 AM Several buildings collapse after magnitude 6.4 earthquake strikes Taiwan

A powerful earthquake struck Taiwan just before midnight Tuesday, damaging buildings in the city of Hualien, killing four people and leaving another 145 missing, according to the authorities. The 6.4-magnitude quake was recorded at 11:50 pm and was centred about 23 kilometres north-east of Hualien, a city of 110,000 on Taiwan's east coast, the US Geological 42

3 February 2018 2:50 PM Heat is on in Sydney as number of extreme days nudges higher

The number of hot days in Sydney increased in the past decade across the city, particularly those with extreme heat, an analysis of Bureau of Meteorology data shows. The tally of days with temperatures of 40 degrees or warmer also got a significant boost last month, with sites such as Penrith Lakes recording four such days in a row. That series had only happened 25