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21 July 2018 12:50 AM FIBA says it cannot punish violent fans as Boomers seek legal options

In response to a question from Fairfax Media, a FIBA spokesman said the FIBA disciplinary panel could only cite and punish members of a team’s delegation or accreditation holders such as officials or media members. So Philippines squad player Jio Jalalon, who punched Sobey, was suspended for five games but the spectator is not known to have been punished 19

28 June 2018 7:00 AM Double the action at Canberra Stadium as Vets face the Old Salts

The ACT Veterans will play the Royal Australian Navy "Old Salts" in a curtain raiser to the Brumbies v Hurricanes Super Rugby game at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night. The teams will play for the Paladin Risk Cup, with the game to start at 6.05pm. The two sides feature players over the age of 35 only and the annual fixture provides a great opportunity 16

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 13

7 April 2018 4:01 AM Matt Dale hoping for third time lucky with Fell Swoop at $2.5 million TJ Smith Stakes

Dale wasn't declaring his stable-star will win in a canter, but emphasised he wouldn't put Fell Swoop in the race without a chance. "I'm feeling good, I know he's not in as good a form as he was leading into the other two but he's been a hard horse to place and has a good record overall at Randwick over 1200m," Dale said. "His form profile suggests he's not racing 28

25 March 2018 9:14 AM Smith has been stood down, but he must answer these key questions

Why such a strong visceral reaction, with, seriously, no-one defending them? And why does seemingly everyone, even those with no interest whatsoever in cricket, also seem to be calling for their heads? Part of it is because cricket is deeply embedded in the national psyche, our self-identity. While the football codes are played in a mosaic of different 29

19 March 2018 12:06 PM Payouts to cyclists mount as more slip on resurfaced Goodwill Bridge

A department spokesman said it had obtained tests on the surface from a specialist company, Sliptest Australia, after the resurfacing works in September. “While the test results showed that the bridge surface has a ‘very low risk’ of contributing to a fall when wet, we are concerned by the fact there have been reports of incidents on the bridge since 28

27 February 2018 9:23 AM Crack Me Up to switch stables after Birchley ban from racing in NSW

Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel has decided to refuse entries of horses trained by Queensland trainer Liam Birchley because of his alleged involvement in the Aquanita doping circle. Stewards came to the decision after a review of the brief of evidence in the Aquanita case and also after considering written submission from Birchley's lawyer Travis 33

8 February 2018 8:40 AM Geelong Cats star Patrick Dangerfield in doubt for AFLX

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield is in doubt to play in next week's AFLX as the Cats take a cautious approach with their champion midfielder. Although the Cats are yet to make a decision on the squad they send to Adelaide for next Thursday's tournament, the 27-year-old trained away from the main group for the bulk of the Cats' session at Deakin University 25

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. 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 38

5 February 2018 12:06 AM Opposition plan to put police in 'at risk' Victorian high schools

Full-time police officers will be embedded in 10 Victorian high schools in ‘at risk’ areas if the state Opposition win government. Ramping up it’s tough on crime agenda, Opposition leader Matthew Guy announced at Kew Primary School on Monday that he would roll out a two year pilot where dedicated police members worked in metropolitan and regional schools 28