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5 August 2018 8:51 AM Gungahlin Eagles fairy-tale run continues into preliminary final

But they were let off with a warning and now Eagles coach Dan Atkins and his men daring to dream of a historic premiership. "I can't remember the last time the club won a grand final in first grade but in round nine we were last and round 17 we were fourth," Atkins said. "It would be a phenomenal effort for us to make the grand final let alone win it, if we do it'll 16

20 July 2018 8:12 AM 'No guarantee': Andrew Barr moves says stadium deal is a long way off

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has moved to temper the "over-excitement" about the prospect of buying Canberra Stadium, warning it could be another decade before any deal with the Australian Sports Commission is finalised. The commission is considering some of its major assets as part of a plan to downsize the campus at Bruce and reshape the way the AIS is used by athletes 14

20 July 2018 6:00 AM Carnoustie harks back to age ruled by monster courses, not monster drives

The late Peter Thomson had a golfer’s eye for impending catastrophe. After the five-time British Open champion became a television commentator, he saw victory as nothing more than a flashing warning sign. When Greg Norman walked off a final green after yet another Australian title, arms aloft and wife in tow, grinning like a man who somehow knew he would 9

13 July 2018 2:03 AM FIFA accuse 'small group' of Socceroos fans of homophobic chant

"Assuming the reports are correct, FFA does not condone homophobia or any antisocial behaviour. It is also important to note that reports indicate this was four people who were allegedly doing something unacceptable ... there were more than six thousand Australian fans in the stadium," an FFA spokesman said. FFA were on Friday making every effort to speak 15

5 July 2018 10:58 PM How an umpire taught Nick Kyrgios a Wimbledon lesson

Nick Kyrgios drew attention during his first-round tie for showing a rather softer side to his tough exterior when comforting a crying ball girl who he hit with a massive 135mph serve. Yesterday in his second-round straight-set win over world No 43 Robin Haase, his interactions with those on the court with him were equally if not more attention-grabbing 20

10 June 2018 10:20 AM Horn insists he has more to give after being schooled by Crawford

Jeff Horn insists he left the ring without his head buzzing but admits to hearing voices at stages during his loss to Terence Crawford. It was that of another Jeff, this time Fenech, urging him to do all the things he couldn't make happen at the MGM Grand. "I really wanted to press forward. I was even thinking in my head 'I can just imagine what Jeff Fenech 14

21 March 2018 7:31 AM Australia expect Starc will be 'right to go' after calf soreness

The Australians do not expect the surface at Newlands to be quite as abrasive. There are green patches either side of the pitch, which is expected to play slow and low, as has been the trend in this series. "It’s going to depend on how rough we can get the rough side by hitting the wicket," Lyon said. "You can see Starcy is a massive weapon for us when we want to get the ball reversing 22

9 March 2018 4:44 AM Next generation of rowers in Canberra for ACT Head of the Lake schools regatta

A bumper week of rowing in the capital is set to continue with the ACT Head of the Lake school's regatta taking place on Saturday. The event will see 599 rowers compete at the regatta with students from Canberra Girls Grammar, Canberra Grammar, Daramalan, Radford and Marist leading the local contingent. Interstate rivals Cranbrook School, Kinross Wolaroi 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 24

8 February 2018 6:53 AM Canberra's James Koundouris feared for Ash Walsh's life in Bathurst 12 Hour crash

He has since left hospital and is in good spirits, while Koundouris has backed the formation of a committee that will look at "how we can make racing across the top of the mountain safer". "Immediate thoughts were 'I hope he is alive'. That's the first thing that came to my mind," Koundouris said. "He's back home. He's feeling a bit light-headed, he probably 27