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  • Nick Kyrgios says he can get better, snaps at journalist after easy Australian Open win

    15 January 2018 11:12 AM 11

    Kyrgios had no strapping on his knee on Monday night. At Brisbane he did, and at times during that tournament the knee seemed to trouble him. "Yeah [my knee has settled down], I have had my physio here for the last four or five days and he's been helping me every day and getting treatment ... it's feeling good," he said. Kyrgios will come up against

  • Minnesota Vikings join Canberra Raiders in adopting the viking clap

    15 January 2018 10:01 AM 8

    The Minnesota Vikings have joined Canberra Raiders in adopting the Iceland national soccer team's viking clap after a dramatic NFL playoff win on Monday. Minnesota clinched a last-second victory against the New Orleans Saints and will now meet Tom Brady and New Eangland Patriots for a spot in the Super Bowl. With 10 seconds left, needing at least a field

  • Bayswater Bridge claims two victims in one day

    15 January 2018 10:01 AM 8

    The Bayswater Bridge has claimed not one but two trucks on the same day. A truck crashed into the bridge on Monday afternoon sometime after 1pm. Part of the truck's roof was ripped off in the impact and fell onto the road. Photos taken from the scene show it is causing major traffic issues, with cars backed up a long way. The bridge has become a notorious

  • Traffic chaos as outages and floods wreak havoc on Perth roads

    15 January 2018 10:01 AM 13

    It was traffic chaos in the Perth metropolitan area after a number of traffic signals blacked out and roads flooded due to the remnants of ex-Cyclone Joyce on Monday. Perth copped nearly 100mm of rainfall throughout the day, and the massive amount of rainfall caused sections of the Kwinana Freeway, the Mitchell Freeway and Great Eastern Highway to flood

  • Canberra soccer star Marko Milutinovic proving the doubters wrong in Europe

    15 January 2018 7:30 AM 11

    "The squad is full of experienced guys who've played in top leagues around Europe, so it's good to learn off them. At the moment I'm here and happy where I am but we'll see in the future how it all unfolds." Milutinovic now speaks fluent Serbian and said he'd love replicate the resumes of some of the club's best players. "It's an honour to play at a club where

  • Australian Open 2018: Novak Djokovic demands more prize money: report

    15 January 2018 3:29 AM 8

    Novak Djokovic has refused to be drawn into commenting on the players meeting on Friday in which he reportedly asked his fellow tennis stars to demand more prizemoney. "No, no comment, I'm sorry," Djokovic told Fairfax Media as he left his practice session alongside coach Andre Agassi on Monday afternoon. The six-time Australian Open champion reportedly

  • Vocus Group announces restructure

    15 January 2018 1:45 AM 6

    Vocus Group has divided the enterprise and wholesale divisions of its Australian business into separate operating segments, in a bid to restore shareholder value. Australia's fourth-largest telco says its structure will now comprise four reportable segments: Enterprise and Government; Wholesale and International; Consumer; and New Zealand, allowing senior

  • Banks man pleads not guilty to gun, drugs charges

    15 January 2018 1:45 AM 11

    A Banks man pleaded not guilty on Monday to gun and drugs charges after police searched his home late last year. General duties police officers had been called to Ryan Erntner's home following an incident on October 6. Documents tendered on Mr Erntner's last appearance in court suggest that when police arrived, they found cannabis scattered across the floor

  • Sydney Festival daily highlight

    14 January 2018 11:43 PM 7

    The Australian musician has come a long way since Somebody That I Used to Know. Here, he pays tribute to acclaimed French artist and grandfather of electronic music Jean-Jacques Perrey with a thoroughly modern ensemble comprised of synthesisers, keyboards and synth-keyboard mashups known as Ondiolines. "There's a plaintive, emotional quality to it," Gotye

  • Farmer with broken neck rides for help holding head up with his hair

    14 January 2018 11:43 PM 6

    A farmer was forced to ride his motorbike holding his head upright by his hair after falling and breaking his neck on a property at South Gippsland. The 73-year-old reportedly fell from the bike while checking his farm for grasshoppers on the weekend. A caller to radio station 3AW said the man idled back to his house, holding his head upright with one hand before