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  • 44 mins Folau’s ‘crazy prayer’ before Insta posts Heraldsun |Sport
    In a deep discussion about his spirituality former Wallaby Israel Folau has revealed he made a “crazy prayer” before making the social media posts that would turn his life upside down. ... more
  • 44 mins ‘It never leaves you’: Tragedy inspiring Kings star Heraldsun |Sport
    Jae’Sean Tate only has to look at his left leg for a reminder of the day his mother was stabbed to death. ... more
  • 44 mins Wayne’s woe: Poms’ KO’d at World Cup Heraldsun |Sport
    England is staring at a shock exit at the Rugby League World Cup 9s after a 16-13 defeat against surprise packet Lebanon. ... more
  • 44 mins Crazy video of coach disarming gunman Heraldsun |Sport
    Keanon Lowe is being celebrated as a hero all over again after surveillance video surfaced of his astonishing act of bravery. ... more
  • 44 mins Wyong tips: Charmed Princess set to sparkle Heraldsun |Sport
    Rosehill horseman Gerald Ryan has a real affinity for the Wyong racecourse and will venture to the Central Coast track this afternoon with four horses all capable of being prominent players. ... more
  • 44 mins Kerrin McEvoy: Hard work brings good luck Heraldsun |Sport
    Kerrin McEvoy is a country kid who grew up 700km west of Adelaide and a lot further from Flemington, Dubai and Newmarket. Low key, humble, respectful, a big family man, and in the top handful of jockeys on the planet. His family taught him about working hard, and the harder he’s worked, the luckier he’s got. We talked about lessons from a country upbringing and time in the shearing sheds, a life-changing 3½ minutes in 2000, riding for Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Frankie Dettori, a missing plate, and a statue of himself that he hopes gives youngsters hope. ... more
  • 44 mins Wallabies ready to take down England Heraldsun |Sport
    Wallabies captain Michael Hooper doesn’t have a worry in the world about how teenage rookie Jordan Petaia is going to cope with the pressure of playing England in their sudden death World Cup quarterfinal. ... more
  • 44 mins Griffin set to be among FIFA law alumni Heraldsun |Sport
    Revered lawyer Greg Griffin is set to become the highest Australian authority in FIFA law as South Australians continue to impress soccer’s governing body. ... more
  • 44 mins Ken he do it: Will Port make finals while refreshing list? Heraldsun |Sport
    Ken Hinkley’s future at Port Adelaide looks likely to hinge on the Power’s internal improvement and development of more youth next season. ... more
  • 44 mins Unrepentant Folau: ‘I go to bed with a peaceful heart’ Heraldsun |Sport
    Israel Folau’s multimillion-dollar rugby career is in tatters thanks to his social media post that sparked an ugly religious debate, but he has a simple message when asked if he would do it again. ... more
  • 51 mins Laura Dundovic at the Caulfield Cup Heraldsun
    Caulfield cup fashion. ... more
  • 51 mins Caulfield Cup fashions on the field Heraldsun
    Melbourne’s most fashionable have descended upon the Caulfield Racecourse for the 2019 Stella Artois Caulfield Cup, and they have dressed to impress. ... more
  • 51 mins Georgia Fowler at the Caulfield Cup Heraldsun
    Fashion at the Caulfield Cup. ... more
  • 3 hours Kerrin McEvoy: Hard work brings good luck Heraldsun
    Kerrin McEvoy is a country kid who grew up 700km west of Adelaide and a lot further from Flemington, Dubai and Newmarket. Low key, humble, respectful, a big family man, and in the top handful of jockeys on the planet. His family taught him about working hard, and the harder he’s worked, the luckier he’s got. We talked about lessons from a country upbringing and time in the shearing sheds, a life-changing 3½ minutes in 2000, riding for Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Frankie Dettori, a missing plate, and a statue of himself that he hopes gives youngsters hope. ... more
  • 5 hours Son of ‘El Chapo’ released in Mexico Heraldsun |World
    Mexican authorities have released the son of notorious former drug lord 'El Chapo' after deadly clashes in the country's west. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours ‘Democrats believe they have an ironclad case against Trump’ Heraldsun |World
    Senior Fellow at the US Studies Centre Bruce Wolpe says Democrats believe they have an “ironclad case” against President Donald Trump following “startling” admissions emerging from his impeachment inquiry. The US President's acting Chief of Staff has claimed there was a "quid pro quo" arrangement between Donald Trump and Ukraine. Mick Mulvaney told an inquiry President Trump withheld funding from the country when he asked for a political favour. “The bottom line is Democrats are absolutely convinced they are on the right track on impeachment, this is going to happen,” he said. “Even the Senate Republican Leader conceded it was ... more
  • 5 hours MPs to vote on last minute Brexit deal on Saturday Heraldsun |World
    British MPs will head to Westminster, for their first Saturday sitting of parliament in 37 years. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is gearing-up for a knife-edge vote, as he attempts to convince MPs to back the deal. If the Prime Minister fails to reach a consensus during the Super Saturday sitting of the British Parliament, he'll be compelled by law to ask EU leaders for another extension. David McCredie from the Australian British Chamber of Commerce has told Sky News it's extremely unusual to hold a special Saturday sitting of Parliament. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Civil guard drafted in as huge protest turns violent in Barcelona Heraldsun |World
    Spain's civil guard is to be deployed in Barcelona, the country's government has announced, as a mass pro-independence protest again descended into violence. They will be sent to the outskirts of the Catalan city following five days of protests over the jailing of pro-separatist leaders, the interior ministry said. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Mulvaney confirms Trump withheld Ukraine aid Heraldsun |World
    The US President's acting Chief of Staff has claimed there was a "quid pro quo" arrangement between Donald Trump and Ukraine. Mick Mulvaney told an inquiry President Trump withheld funding from the country when he asked for a political favour. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours At least 62 dead in Afghanistan mosque bombing Heraldsun |World
    At least 62 people have been killed and more than 100 others are injured after a bomb blast targeting worshippers at a village mosque in eastern Afghanistan. Several bombs had been planted in the Mosque before locals arrived to observe Friday prayers. No group has claimed responsibility for the killings but Islamic State is being blamed. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Climate protestor arrested after three hours on Big Ben scaffolding Heraldsun |World
    An Extinction Rebellion demonstrator dressed up as Boris Johnson has been arrested more than three hours after he climbed up the scaffolding around the base of Big Ben. The man, named by the environmental protest group as 43-year-old tree surgeon Ben Atkinson, clambered up wearing a costume and blonde wig mimicking the prime minister at around 3.30pm. He carried out a "free solo climb" of the Queen Elizabeth Tower to "highlight government inaction on the climate and ecological emergency" - and was willing to stay up until his demand to speak to Mr Johnson was met. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Kurds say Turkey is violating ceasefire in northern Syria Heraldsun |World
    Syrian Kurds claim fighting is continuing in at least one town in the country's north despite Turkey agreeing to a five-day ceasefire. US President Donald Trump is dismissing the ceasefire breach with his administration confirming it is "minor sniper and mortar fighting". Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours How a random phone call made Gum a Crow Heraldsun |AFL
    Courtney Gum thought her AFLW career was over. ... more
  • 5 hours Face it, Blues, you need someone just like me Heraldsun |Opinion
    Let me be clear from the outset. This is a job application for the Carlton Football Club. I’d ring Cain Liddle, the Carlton CEO, and ask for an interview, but for some reason I don’t have his number. ... more
  • 5 hours The luxury car for ‘budget’ buyers Heraldsun |Tech
    The Macan SUV is Porsche’s runaway bestseller. Recently given a facelift inside and out, it’s also the cheapest Porsche you can buy, at a whisker more than $90,000. Our family of testers sample the “budget” Porsche. ... more
  • 5 hours Fonda arrested alongside Netflix co-star Heraldsun |Tech
    Actress and activist Jane Fonda was arrested again outside the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. for protesting climate change, this time alongside her Grace and Frankie co-star Sam Waterston. ... more
  • 5 hours Shock luxury car to take on the Germans Heraldsun |Tech
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  • 5 hours ‘The King’ revamped for new generation Heraldsun |Biz
    One of the most famed war battles in English history is being recreated for the big screen by two of Australia's best filmmakers. Joel Edgerton and David Michod bring the 'Battle of Agincourt' to life in 'The King’ to Netflix. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Jane Fonda arrested again at climate protests Heraldsun |Biz
    Actress Jane Fonda has been arrested during climate change protests for the second week in a row. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours Meghan reveals ‘not many people have asked if I’m ok’ Heraldsun |Biz
    The Duchess of Sussex has said not many people ask if she is OK and admitted living in the public eye as a new mother has been a "struggle". Meghan told journalist and friend Tom Bradby in a new documentary that any woman when pregnant is vulnerable so the amount of attention directed at her made it "really challenging". In a preview of ITV documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, the duchess thanked Bradby for asking how it has been as she said not many people have. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 5 hours Boris urges support before knife-edge vote Heraldsun |Biz
    Boris Johnson worked behind the scenes on Friday to win enough support to push his new Brexit deal through the fractious British parliament and pave the way for Britain — finally — to leave the European Union in two weeks. ... more
  • 5 hours Brexit vote: What you need to know Heraldsun |Biz
    Brexit is hanging on a knife-edge as Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson scrambles to rally support for his last-minute divorce deal. ... more
  • 5 hours Observations from Cairns’ upset NBL victory over the Wildcats Heraldsun |Sport
    Three key observations from the Cairns Taipans’ upset victory over Perth on Friday night. ... more
  • 5 hours The Everest from Royal Randwick Heraldsun |Sport
    Chris Waller could be the big winner on the richest-ever day in Australian racing today. ... more
  • 5 hours Six epic clashes in Wallabies’ World Cup rivalry with England Heraldsun |Sport
    A look back at England vs. Australia matches in Rugby World Cup history shows the two old foes have played each other six times, with three wins a piece. ... more
  • 5 hours How a random phone call made Gum a Crow Heraldsun |Sport
    Courtney Gum thought her AFLW career was over. ... more
  • 5 hours ‘No longer a shoe’: Nike furore erupts Heraldsun |Sport
    If you thought the pacemakers guiding him with military precision took the gloss off Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-two hour marathon — you’re not going to like this. ... more
  • 5 hours Federer not attending Nadal wedding Heraldsun |Sport
    Tennis star Rafael Nadal will marry his childhood sweetheart tomorrow at a fortress in Majorca. ... more
  • 5 hours Pooper take on Kamikaze kids in back row battle for the ages Heraldsun |Sport
    Pooper against the Kamikaze Kids. ... more
  • 5 hours Clues found in Aussie dad’s Texas murder Heraldsun |News
    Sheriffs hunting the violent intruders who broke into Australian dad Brenton Estorffe's Texas home and shot him dead have released a surveillance photo of a possible getaway car. ... more
  • 5 hours Why grandparents are our most popular form of childcare Heraldsun
    Six-year-old Zoe and 74-year-old Wilfred share a special bond. ... more
  • 5 hours Best regional restaurants in Victoria Heraldsun
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  • 9 hours Hughes on Tubby’s path Heraldsun |Sport
    You don’t have to be a boy wonder to be an accomplished Test cricketer. ... more
  • 9 hours Treasurer’s turf taunt: Sydney’s Everest is ‘bigger & better’ Heraldsun |Sport
    Thousands of racegoers will flock to Royal Randwick in the blazing sunshine today for The Everest to be part of what is promising to be Australia’s greatest day of racing. ... more
  • 11 hours Trump bashes Dems at Texas rally Heraldsun |World
    US President Donald Trump has tried to turn impeachment rancour into a political rallying cry, using a Texas rally to bash Democrats as “crazy” and unpatriotic as they push forward with their investigations. ... more
  • 11 hours Strikes, protests cripple Barcelona Heraldsun |World
    Catalonia and its riot-swept regional capital, Barcelona, have been paralysed by a mix of strikes and marches as the northeastern Spanish region endured its fifth day of mass protests over the conviction of independence leaders. ... more
  • 11 hours All-female spacewalk makes history Heraldsun |World
    US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became the first all-female pairing to carry out a spacewalk on Friday morning, local time, following a spacesuit flub earlier this year that caused the historic mission to be aborted. ... more
  • 11 hours Harry haunted by Diana, fears for Meghan Heraldsun |World
    Prince Harry revealed during a candid interview that he still feels the “festering wounds” left by his mother’s death and that he is constantly reminded of her during royal tours. ... more
  • 11 hours What happened to Fritzl, Kampusch? Heraldsun |World
    The case of an Austrian suspected of holding a Dutch family captive for nearly a decade has sparked memories of two other high-profile kidnappings in the Alpine country. ... more
  • 11 hours Renewed fighting in Syria despite Turkish ceasefire agreement Heraldsun |World
    There has been renewed fighting in some Syrian towns despite Turkey agreeing to pause its operation after talks with US officials. US President Donald Trump hoped the agreement would at least temporarily end the violence after his decision to pull US forces out of the region. Image: AP ... more
  • 11 hours Large cash stash found Dutch farm house Heraldsun |World
    Dutch police have confirmed they’re investigating a large stash of cash found at the remote farmhouse in Ruinerwold where a family was allegedly locked away for nine years. ... more
  • 11 hours Aussie dad killers ‘will pay for this’ Heraldsun |World
    Two men accused of slaying “hero” Australian father Brenton Estorffe as his wife and children slept in their US home “came into the wrong county”, according to police. ... more
  • 11 hours Despite Cease-Fire, Fighting Resumes in Syria Heraldsun |World
    Footage shows smoke rising from a Syrian town as fighting broke out along the country's border with Turkey on Friday. Hours earlier, Vice President Mike Pence announced that Turkey had agreed to suspend military operations for five days as part of a cease-fire deal. Photo: AP/Lefteris Pitarakis ... more
  • 11 hours Trump bashes Dems at Texas rally Heraldsun |Biz
    US President Donald Trump has tried to turn impeachment rancour into a political rallying cry, using a Texas rally to bash Democrats as “crazy” and unpatriotic as they push forward with their investigations. ... more
  • 11 hours Blast kills at least 29 at Afghan mosque Heraldsun |News
    A bomb has exploded in a mosque in eastern Afghanistan during Friday prayers, killing at least 29 men who had gathered for worship, officials say. ... more
  • 11 hours PM Johnson bets all on Brexit vote Heraldsun |News
    Britain's exit from the European Union hangs on a knife-edge as Prime Minister Boris Johnson scrambles to persuade doubters to rally behind his last-minute European Union divorce deal in an extraordinary vote in parliament. ... more
  • 11 hours Climate protester scales London’s Big Ben Heraldsun |News
    An Extinction Rebellion protester has scaled scaffolding surrounding London's Big Ben and draped two banners from the structure. ... more
  • 11 hours Fighting in Syrian town despite ceasefire Heraldsun |News
    Shelling has been heard at the Syrian-Turkish border despite a five-day ceasefire agreed between Turkey and the US, as Washington said the deal covered only a small part of the territory Ankara aims to seize. ... more
  • 11 hours Hong Kong protesters to march ‘illegally’ Heraldsun |News
    Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigners have vowed to stage a major march at the weekend despite police ruling the rally illegal, setting the scene for more potential unrest. ... more
  • 11 hours Perry exit ‘nothing’ to do with Ukraine Heraldsun |News
    US Energy Secretary Rick Perry says the controversy over the Trump administration's handling of Ukraine has nothing to do with his resignation. ... more
  • 11 hours NASA duo begin first all-female spacewalk Heraldsun |News
    The first ever all-female spacewalk has kicked off at the International Space Station. ... more
  • 13 hours Feeling in virtual reality Heraldsun |Tech
    Chris Griffith puts on a Teslasuit haptic jacket to feel as well as see in virtual reality. ... more
  • 13 hours All-female spacewalk makes history Heraldsun |Tech
    US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became the first all-female pairing to carry out a spacewalk on Friday morning, local time, following a spacesuit flub earlier this year that caused the historic mission to be aborted. ... more
  • 13 hours FNQ rugby club in danger of folding Heraldsun |Sport
    One of FNQ Rugby’s most successful clubs is in serious danger of folding. ... more
  • 13 hours Tayla Harris’ savage ‘statement’ KO Heraldsun |Sport
    AFLW star Tayla Harris has won the Australian Female Middleweight Title with a stunning second round knockout against kickboxing star Margarite Butcher at the Melbourne Pavilion. ... more
  • 13 hours On the punt for Innisfail Cup Day Heraldsun |Sport
    Innisfail Cup ... more
  • 13 hours Taumalolo’s Tonga fume after shock flogging Heraldsun |Sport
    Tonga were in no mood for talking after the shock flogging that humbled some of the NRL’s biggest names. ... more
  • 13 hours Taipans upset Wildcats in Perth Heraldsun |Sport
    The second half fade outs are over and Cairns are on the board in season 2019-20. ... more
  • 13 hours Trainer Jade goes her own way to great effect Heraldsun |Sport
    Jade Doolan trains her horses in a manner that may have had her late father George shaking his head but you cannot argue with her results. ... more
  • 13 hours O’Brien keeps Vow to rise from brink Heraldsun |Sport
    Danny O'Brien vowed — and almost declared — he would be back in the Group 1 window again. ... more
  • 13 hours Perry stars as Sixers stun Thunder Heraldsun |Sport
    Peerless Ellyse Perry has produced a stunning all-round masterclass to propel the Sydney Sixers to a comprehensive 49-run demolition of hometown rival Sydney Thunder in a lopsided WBBL season opener. ... more
  • 17 hours Can carpooling help reduce U.S. traffic jams? Heraldsun |World
    Traffic congestion cost the economy nearly $87 billion dollars in 2018. Here's how an age-old transportation solution is making a comeback to save commuters time and money. ... more
  • 17 hours Boris Johnson ‘confident’ of Brexit agreement Heraldsun |World
    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is confident MPs will want to vote for his new Brexit deal on Saturday, even as it faces a tough road ahead. Mr Johnson has been negotiating with EU officials to work out the details of his new proposals for Brexit, including solutions to the Irish border problem. CNN International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson expressed skepticism the agreement would be successful. “The numbers don’t add up for him,” Mr Robertson said. “I don’t really see that changing.” Image: Getty ... more
  • 17 hours Family of gunned down Aussie head to Texas Heraldsun |World
    The distraught family of an Australian shot dead while his wife and two young children were sleeping inside their home will arrive in the US tomorrow, as police hunt his killers. ... more
  • 17 hours Brexit poll: UK voters ready to move on Heraldsun |World
    British voters are demanding dithering politicians sign off on a historic Brexit deal tomorrow after Boris Johnson pulled off a vastly improved agreement. ... more
  • 17 hours ‘Peeping Tom’ killed mum to abuse child Heraldsun |World
    A New Zealand man who bludgeoned a woman to death with a steel mallet so he could sexually violate her 12-year-old daughter has been imprisoned indefinitely. ... more
  • 17 hours Who Boris has to convince for Brexit success Heraldsun |World
    Shakespeare completed writing his play The Comedy of Errors in 1594, but like how so many of the lines in his work became part of the English language, it’s not a bad description of Britain’s Brexit attempts. ... more
  • 17 hours Furious commuters turn on protesters Heraldsun |World
    Fuming commuters dragged Extinction Rebellion ecowarriors from the roof of a Tube train as the protesters caused rush-hour chaos in London today. ... more
  • 17 hours The burning questions Crows now need to deal with Heraldsun |AFL
    Adelaide bosses Rob Chapman and Andrew Fagan concede the club must ‘own’ its football change program and ‘improve’ as they answer burning questions from Jason Dunstall’s classified review. ... more
  • 17 hours Hawks’ simple plan to control ‘Frost-ball’ Heraldsun |AFL
    Stand by for a more simple version of Frost-ball. ... more
  • 17 hours Brittle Saints star suffers setback Heraldsun |AFL
    Star St Kilda midfielder Dan Hannebery will have a late start to pre-season training after breaking a bone in his right foot in a fall down some stairs. ... more
  • 17 hours St Augustine’s through to AFLQ Schools Cup junior final Heraldsun |AFL
    St Augustine’s College will feature in an AFLQ Schools Cup final after a thrilling nine-point win by the junior side. ... more
  • 17 hours The ‘lucky’ break that made Matthew Nicks Heraldsun |AFL
    AT the time, it floored him. But 30 years on, it might have been the lucky “break’’ that made him. ... more
  • 17 hours Hird and Sheedy speak out on drugs scandal Heraldsun |AFL
    Essendon legends James Hird and Kevin Sheedy have opened up about the supplements scandal that brought their footy club to its knees. ... more
  • 17 hours The dogged fight to clear the Dons Heraldsun |AFL
    “GOT the bastards!” Bruce Francis’ elation at the front-page story by Michael Warner in the Herald Sun accusing ASADA of manipulating evidence in the infamous case of the Essendon 34 was infectious. ... more
  • 17 hours Horse slaughter a harsh truth Heraldsun |Opinion
    Don’t shoot the messenger. Shoot the horses. ... more
  • 17 hours Aged care problem will hurt us all Heraldsun |Opinion
    They can earn less than a worker at a supermarket checkout yet over the next decade they will probably be subject to more public vilification, abuse and slander than all our politicians and seven-figure-earning corporate CEOs combined. ... more
  • 17 hours Why hell is other people on public transport Heraldsun |Opinion
    What’s the worst thing about public transport? The public. This week we heard that more than 160 Metro Trains passengers have made etiquette complaints so far this year about the conduct of their fellow passengers. That’s nothing. ... more
  • 17 hours NASA undertakes first all-female spacewalk Heraldsun |Biz
    Two NASA astronauts are set to make history by taking part in the first all-female spacewalk. Jessica Meir and Christina Koch will replace a broken battery charger - a job that will take more than five hours. Image: AP ... more
  • 17 hours Wildfires Become an Insurance Nightmare for Californians Heraldsun |Biz
    California wildfires cost insurance companies more than $24 billion over the past two years. As those insurers look to cover their losses, here’s a look at how homeowners like Grass Valley resident Christy Hubbard are paying the price. Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal ... more
  • 17 hours The top 10 jobs with fastest-growing salaries Heraldsun |Biz
    The Banking Royal Commission — and the scramble by banks to help fix their processes — has sparked a boom in “risk professionals”. ... more
  • 17 hours Seven West lobs $64m takeover Heraldsun |Biz
    Seven West Media will buy regional broadcaster Prime Media, marking the first acquisition for the business by new chief James Warburton. ... more
  • 17 hours The best loan to repay your debt Heraldsun |Biz
    If you want to pay down debt fast, the best loan to use is also potentially one of the most dangerous. ... more
  • 17 hours ’Payments delayed’: CBA pain rolls on Heraldsun |Biz
    Commonwealth Bank of Australia has apologised for a major systems outage that left customers out of pocket and forced some branches to close — and some payments may still be delayed. ... more
  • 17 hours CommSec: Market Close 18 Oct. 2019- Shares retreat after Chinese growth figures miss expectations Heraldsun |Biz
    An early afternoon recovery for the share market was stymied by weaker than expected growth figures from China. At the close of trade the ASX 200 was down 35 points or 0.5%. Notwithstanding today’s weakness the market rose for a second consecutive week with an improvement of more than 0.5% - although the sizeable falls early October means the Index is still down 0.6% for the month. ... more
  • 17 hours RBA launches Afterpay fee probe Heraldsun |Biz
    The Reserve Bank will investigate whether retailers should be able to charge a customer for using buy now, pay later services such as Afterpay. ... more
  • 17 hours Simple reason southeast needs the Games Heraldsun |Sport
    PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk says the simple reason Queensland needs the Olympics is jobs. ... more
  • 17 hours Brazilian brilliance helps Kings bounce Breakers Heraldsun |Sport
    Enjoy Didi Louzada’s stay in Sydney while it lasts Kings fans, the Brazilian sensation could be NBA bound before we know it. ... more
  • 17 hours Punters warming to class act Victorem Heraldsun |Sport
    For quite some time now, Victorem and Noble Boy have been battling it out for favouritism for the $1.3 million The Kosciuszko (1200m) at Royal Randwick on Saturday. ... more
  • 17 hours Second NRL snub rubs salt in wounds Heraldsun |Sport
    BRISBANE has been snubbed by the NRL — again. ... more
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