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4 March 2018 6:43 AM Pucovski struck on the helmet by Sean Abbott

Sean Abbott was overcome by emotion after a bouncer he delivered felled Victorian young gun Will Pucovski at Junction Oval in Melbourne on Sunday. In gut-wrenching scenes on day two of New South Wales' Sheffield Shield clash with the Bushrangers, a short ball from Abbott struck Pucovski on the helmet, bringing the Victorian to the ground. Pucovski, who has a history 32

22 February 2018 8:48 AM Racing Minister Martin Pakula questions past integrity standards in Victoria

"Things have changed quite dramatically, in the way things are done, over that eight-year period." Victorian stewards finally broke down the doping ring when Aquanita staff were caught giving Lovani a pre-race treatment on Turnbull Stakes day in October. The four-year-old mare will return to the track in Saturday's Millie Fox Stakes for Hawkesbury trainer 20

20 February 2018 10:12 PM Aquanita staffs' text messages could spark Victoria Police investigation

The publication of text messages relating to the Aquanita inquiry, which show that horses were being treated with illegal substances in the 24 hours leading up to their races and being "topped up" on the day, leaves the door open for a Victoria Police investigation. The text messages, reportedly discovered by integrity investigators and published by News Corp, reveal 24

15 February 2018 12:06 AM Asian Champions League loss wake-up call for Sydney FC, says Graham Arnold

"It's a wake-up call, not only for the players but for the staff and everyone. You come up against a strong opposition and big, powerful, strong boys with pace. We conceded two sloppy goals, and our defence is normally very strong," SYdney FC coach Graham Arnold said. "But they were hard to break down. We had a couple of half-chances but you need better 12

13 February 2018 7:06 AM Suwon Bluewings' kit fiasco forces Sydney FC to wear away strip in ACL

Sydney FC could be forced to wear an away jersey at home for the first time when they play Suwon Bluewings on Wednesday night. A kit bungle for the opening game of their Asian Champions League campaign may force the Sky Blues to wear navy blue at Allianz Stadium after Suwon brought the wrong jerseys to Australia. Sydney FC were denied their preferred 13

11 February 2018 1:40 AM Seven-foot brown snake latches onto man's leg in central Queensland

A cattle farmer in central Queensland has been bitten by a seven-foot brown snake while riding a motorbike, causing the man to fall from the bike and fight to pull the reptile off after it latched onto his leg. He managed to escape from the "enormous (and) highly-venomous" snake and raise the alarm, before being airlifted to Mackay Base Hospital on Saturday 29

9 February 2018 2:32 PM Jim Molan backs down from threat to sue MP after forcing second apology

Newly minted Senator Jim Molan, who has been at the centre of a week-long row over Britain First Facebook posts, has retreated from this threat to hit fellow MP Adam Bandt with a lawsuit, but only after he forced two apologies from the Greens representative. The member for Melbourne said Senator Molan, a retired major general who was chief of operations 23

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 14

8 February 2018 12:25 AM Men armed with machete, guns rob Brisbane hotel

Staff at a hotel in Brisbane’s north have escaped unharmed after they were threatened by men armed with a machete and guns in the early hours of Thursday morning. The three men, who police said were armed with two firearms and a machete, entered the Edinburgh Castle Hotel on Gympie Road at Kedron about 3.40am. Once inside, they threatened a staff member 20

7 February 2018 1:54 AM Two men armed with tools robbed a Jerrabomberra shop, NSW police say

Two men armed with tools robbed a Jerrabomberra shop on Tuesday night, police say. NSW police said no one was hurt when the men demanded, and received a small amount of cash, from staff at the store on Limestone Drive about 10pm. Police are looking for two men. One was described as of Indian/sub-continental appearance. He was wearing a light hooded jumper 12