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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 20

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 34

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 22

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 24

3 February 2018 9:02 AM Newcastle Jets on the cusp of A-League finals after beating Melbourne Victory

But it was yet another game in which the Jets' creative weapons shone brightly. Australian duo Dimitri Petratos and Andrew Nabbout impressed in front of new Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk, who was watching from the stands. A cleverly taken quick set-piece from Petratos should have provided Roy O'Donovan with a goal on his return when the Irish striker 14

29 January 2018 11:57 PM Homes and lives under threat as fire rages in Gidgegannup

A bushfire Emergency warning has been downgraded to a watch and act alert for people on or near Toodyay Road, O'Brien Road and Burgess Road in Gidgegannup in the City of Swan. Sixty firefighters have managed to save homes in the western part of the suburb but the bushfire remains out of control and unpredictable, and a threat to lives and homes remains 26

29 January 2018 8:43 PM Melbourne Express: Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Just over 16 degrees in the city now, a blessed, cooling drizzle heading gradually east. A severe weather warning has been issued for Victoria's east after heavy rain throughout Melbourne overnight. Most of the rain was centred around Melbourne's north-west, with 72.4mm at Sunbury and 64mm in Toolernvale, near Melton. In the city, Viewbank recorded the highest 52

27 January 2018 11:16 PM ACT police emailing speeding tickets could be 'ripe for scammers'

Mr Phair said one of the most popular email scams in Australia was the fake speeding ticket, along with the fake tax return or fake Australia Post "you've got a parcel" email. He said it would be "a lot smarter" and secure to issue the tickets via MyGov. Speeding tickets would only be emailed if recipients choose the option but Mr Phair said experts 10

25 January 2018 3:46 AM Canberra braces for another thunderstorm as Bureau issues warning

Just a day after Canberra was lashed by a spectacular lightning storm, more thunderclouds could be rolling into town. On Thursday afternoon, the Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Canberra and the Snowy Mountains as well as parts of the South Coast. Heavy rainfall and damaging winds were likely throughout the afternoon and could 20

23 January 2018 4:40 PM 'Get to higher ground': Massive earthquake off Alaska prompts tsunami warning

A magnitude 7.9 earthquake hit the Gulf of Alaska on Tuesday, prompting authorities to warn people in the area to move away from the coast in case it causes a tsunami. The tsunami warning was then cancelled hours after emergency sirens sounded in Kodiak, a town of 6100 people on Alaska's Kodiak Island, one of the closest settlements to the epicentre 140