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13 June 2018 10:18 AM Why France first up could be a blessing in disguise for Socceroos

Their other two victories came when they beat England 2-1 at the 2004 Euros, with both of France's goals coming in added time. Zinedine Zidane leveled in the 91st minute before scoring a penalty for the winner in the 93rd. France also beat Romania 2-1 at the 2016 Euros on home soil after Dimitri Payet scored an 89th-minute winner. France failed to score 37

9 June 2018 4:27 PM French Open: Simona Halep beats Sloane Stephens to break grand slam duck

Simona Halep was close to tears on Saturday after ending a long wait for herself and an even longer one for Romania by winning the French Open. The world number one, who had a reputation for collapsing when it mattered after losing three Grand Slam finals including two in Paris, finally put her hands on a major title after showing great determination 38

7 June 2018 9:40 PM Stephens trumps Keys to reach French Open final

Sloane Stephens maintained her perfect record against fellow American Madison Keys as she blazed into the French Open final with a 6-4 6-4 win on Thursday in a repeat of last year's U.S. Open final. In the first all-American Roland Garros semi-final since 2002, the 10th-seeded Stephens stayed composed throughout as Keys, who has not won a set against 21

28 January 2018 5:28 AM Australian Open 2018: Caroline Wozniacki savours her special moment

It didn't take long for Caroline Wozniacki to develop a special affinity with the Australian Open women's trophy. What else could you expect after ending a sporting drought spanning 11 years and more than 40 majors? "Daphne" got a special mention on the victory dais on Saturday night, more than one glowing reference as Wozniacki faced the world's press 32

27 June 2017 9:46 PM Petya cyber attack: Ransomware virus hits computer servers across globe, Australian office affected

A ransomware attack has struck computers across the globe, taking out servers at Russia's biggest oil company, disrupting operations at Ukrainian banks and shutting down computers at multinational shipping and advertising firms. The attack is expected to hit Australia as businesses wake up this morning. Global law firm DLA Piper has told Australian staff 125

22 June 2017 10:12 PM Newt Gingrich Admits Trump Probably Lied About Existence of Comey Tapes

One of the biggest political mysteries of 2017 is what exactly was said during a private conversation between President Donald Trump and then-FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office. Comey said during testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee that Trump told him he “hoped” that Comey would “let it go,” referring to the FBI’s investigation 44

6 June 2017 11:01 PM Australia 4G speeds average 33Mbps for 10th globally: OpenSignal

Australia's 4G speeds dropped two places over the half year down to 10th globally, while 4G availability fell to 19th place worldwide, according to OpenSignal. Telecommunications coverage mapping company OpenSignal has released its LTE report for the first quarter of 2017, revealing that Australia dropped six places to come in at 19th place worldwide 69

14 May 2017 9:30 PM Businesses brace for more ransomware attacks as WannaCry wreaks global havoc

US and European officials scrambled to catch the culprits behind a massive ransomware worm that caused damage across the globe over the weekend, stopping car factories, hospitals, shops and schools, amid fears it could wreck fresh havoc on Monday when employees return to work. Cybersecurity experts said the spread of the virus dubbed WannaCry - "ransomware" 64

14 May 2017 1:59 AM Eurovision 2017: Less is more as voters opt for a simple winner

The Eurovision Song Contest has gone back to basics, with a stripped-down jazz ballad taking the prize in the 2017 edition of the world-famous competition. Hosted by Ukraine in Kiev, the contest featured a familiar high-tech stage using projections, fireworks and pyrotechnics to illustrate the 26 songs. But the winning song, which dominated the voting 53

14 May 2017 12:24 AM Eurovision: Australians get the bum’s rush as Portugal takes the prize

Two Australians sang their hearts out to loud applause in the Eurovision grand final only to see the trophy go to Portugal, while a “pretend” Australian drew gasps by storming the stage and baring his backside to the watching world. Draped in an Australian flag, Ukrainian journalist and serial prankster Vitalii Sediuk dropped his strides while prancing 162