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4 October 2018 6:58 AM Scottish winger set to pledge international allegiance to Australia

The new Socceroos coach is on a whirlwind tour of Europe meeting with players and coaches, strengthening the relationships between Football Federation Australia and overseas clubs that house Australian players. It's understood Arnold spent a considerable amount of time in Edinburgh, where he scouted Boyle and sought to secure his services for the Socceroos 8

30 August 2018 4:47 AM Canberra bid to follow 'inspirational' blueprint of AFC Wimbledon

Canberra's A-League bid are set to follow the "inspirational" blueprint of AFC Wimbledon, having secured the services of the London club's chief operating officer Joe Palmer. The story of AFC Wimbledon starts in 2002, when Wimbledon FC owners moved the club 90 kilometres north to Milton Keynes and fans revolted to start their own club. AFC Wimbledon 17

20 August 2018 8:00 PM Canberra Capitals add depth to cover Marianna Tolo

The Canberra Capitals have signed American Kaili McLaren on a short-term contract to fill the void left by superstar Marianna Tolo for the opening months of the WNBL season. McLaren's contract runs until the start of December, with Tolo due to return in November following her second anterior cruciate ligament tear. It is a massive boost for a Capitals 24

11 August 2018 12:59 PM Five is alive for Cate Campbell as she continues Pan Pacs spree

Cate Campbell remains on track for five gold medals at the Pan Pacs in Tokyo after another dominant swim to help seal victory in the women's 4x100m relay over arch rivals America. The Australians are the world record-holders and Olympic champions but could have been vulnerable without the services of Bronte Campbell, who has skipped the event to rehab 26

11 February 2018 5:03 AM Two men injured in helicopter crash at Bankstown Airport

Two men have escaped with minor injuries after a helicopter crash that damaged their aircraft significantly in south-west Sydney on Sunday. Emergency services were called to Bankstown Airport about 12.30pm to reports that a small helicopter had crashed. Police from Bankstown Local Area Command found the four-seater Robinson R22 helicopter with significant 81

10 February 2018 10:18 PM Search for young girl missing at Rockley, south of Bathurst

Police and emergency services are searching for a four-year-old girl who has been missing at a property in the NSW central west since last night. The young girl was reported missing from a property at Rockley, south of Bathurst, at 7.30pm on Saturday, police said. A large-scale search began this morning at first light, involving police officers, the police 44

10 February 2018 7:08 PM Bushfire threatens homes near Orange

Firefighters are urging residents of Mount Canobolas, near Orange, to evacuate, as a bushfire burns out of control. Late on Saturday the NSW Rural Fire Service issued an emergency warning in the Central Tablelands region, with spotfires threatening to cause damage before the main fire arrives. The fire covers about 109 hectares on the western side of the mountain 29

9 February 2018 6:29 AM Delays after serious multi-vehicle crash

Several people have been injured after a semi-trailer crashed into multiple cars in Brisbane’s north. Emergency services received a call at 12.52pm with reports a truck had driven onto the wrong side of the road, hit several cars and then slammed into a bollard at the intersection of Nudgee Road and Airport Drive in Hendra. Queensland Police has not ruled 34

8 February 2018 12:01 PM Cheaper public transport for Queensland veterans

About 19,000 Queensland veterans can now access cheaper public transport in Queensland, with the introduction of a white card concession scheme. From Friday, Department of Veteran Affairs white card holders will receive a 50 per cent discount on public transport fares across the state, bringing them into line with concessions for current gold card holders 43 1

8 February 2018 8:40 AM Big four banks won't enforce gag orders in royal commission

The major banks have promised not to enforce confidentiality agreements that were threatening to stop victims or whistleblowers from giving evidence to the royal commission into industry misconduct. Investigative journalist Adele Ferguson reflects on the long journey to the announcement of a royal commission, and whether it will make a difference 41