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  • 3 hours ‘Sustainability pirate’ replaces Santa TheMercury |LS
    A Melbourne childcare centre has been accused of “taking the Christmas out of Christmas” after making the decision to replace Santa with a “sustainability pirate”. ... more
  • 3 hours Housing efforts are insufficient, report finds TheMercury |LS
    POLICIES to address the issues of affordability and shortness of supply have not been enough to ease housing market pressures in Tasmania, a new report has found. ... more
  • 3 hours Call to reduce cost of public transport TheMercury |LS
    THE State Government is being urged to incentivise greater use of public transport to ease the strain on overloaded roads. ... more
  • 3 hours DNA twist in jogger abduction mystery TheMercury |LS
    A forensic specialist believes one of the world’s most high-profile unsolved abduction cases could be solved using the same DNA technology used to identify the elusive Golden State Killer. ... more
  • 3 hours Sophie Monk goes nude in racy photos TheMercury |LS
    Sophie Monk has bared all in a series of racy nude Instagram photos — but not before revealing the unpleasant reality behind taking the revealing snaps. ... more
  • 3 hours ‘Outrage’: Childcare dumps Santa for pirate TheMercury |LS
    A Melbourne childcare centre has been accused of “taking the Christmas out of Christmas” after making the decision to replace Santa with a “sustainability pirate”. ... more
  • 3 hours Red hot demand for Tassie cherries TheMercury |LS
    TASMANIAN cherries are in demand as the picking season gets off to a late start across the state. ... more
  • 3 hours Crazy amount raised in biggest GoFundMe TheMercury |LS
    The devastating impact the bushfires are having on Australia have been heard across the world, prompting thousands of people to donate to the firefighters, communities and animals affected by the blazes. ... more
  • 3 hours High school dropouts who became millionaires TheMercury |LS
    For those with the drive and ambition, your year 12 exam results aren't the end of the world as these successful high school dropouts have proven. ... more
  • 3 hours Google reveals top home gifts for 2019 TheMercury |LS
    With just two weeks to go until Christmas Day, for many of us the panic of finding the perfect gift is setting in. ... more
  • 3 hours Burst Water Main Blocks Access to London Polling Station TheMercury
    A burst water main in Bermondsey, south London, was blocking access to a polling station early on December 12, the day of the UK’s general election. Video here shows engineers at the scene on Southwark Park Road, off Jamaica Road, as water gushes from the pipe, flooding the road outside the Cherry Garden Hall polling station. “We’re aware of the burst pipe and our engineers are on their way to investigate further and then begin the repairs. We’ll work as quickly as we can to fix this.” Thames Water said on Twitter. Credit: Graham Kings via Storyful ... more
  • 3 hours Wildlife Officer Rescues Great Horned Owl Trapped in Barbed Wire Fence TheMercury
    A Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer rescued a great horned owl on Tuesday, December 10, after it got caught in a barbed wire fence east of Deer Town, Colorado. Wildlife officials said the owl was most likely chasing a rabbit or a skunk when it flew into the fence. Footage released by Colorado Parks and Wildlife shows Officer Travis Harris cutting the owl free from the fence. The owl was brought to the Birds of Prey Foundation in Broomfield, Colorado, where it was given medication and fluids. Credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife via Storyful ... more
  • 3 hours Team USA can’t follow valiant Tiger’s lead TheMercury
    A vintage six-birdie Tiger Woods clinic was the only bright light on a grim opening day for the American team. ... more
  • 3 hours Labor state governments facing ‘trainwreck’ economic down turn TheMercury
    The Queensland government's "huge mountain of debt" will mean it will be in "deep doo-doo" if commodity prices go down, according to Sky News host Campbell Newman. The Queensland government is $91 billion in debt as Deputy Premier Jackie Trad uses the "pea and thimble trick" to offset huge public debt, Mr Newman told Sky News. He said the commodity industry has "propped up" the Queensland government as Ms Trad is "happy to take the royalties" despite 'not liking' the coal industry. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 3 hours UK PM Johnson brings four-legged friend to cast vote TheMercury
    Thursday's election will either pave the way for Brexit under a Johnson-led government or propel Britain towards another referendum that could ultimately reverse the decision to leave the European Union. ... more
  • 3 hours Focusing on the ‘climate change boogeyman’ is a common ploy among politicians: Canavan TheMercury
    Resources Minister Matt Canavan says politicians will often shift focus to the “climate change boogeyman” to take pressure off "their own potential culpability". It comes as New South Wales Energy and Environment Minister Matt Kean broke ranks and has linked this year’s bushfire season to climate change. Mr Kean told Sky News “extreme weather events are as a result of climate change and we need to be taking steps to mitigate the impacts of climate change”. Mr Canavan said “there is a lot of hysteria out there,” over the issue of climate change and bushfires. "It doesn’t seem there’s not ... more
  • 3 hours UK Labour has become an ‘illiberal, anti-democratic identitarian’ party TheMercury
    Labour under Jeremy Corbyn has moved away from its working class roots and instead become an 'illiberal, anti-democratic identitarian' party, according to Spiked editor Brendan O'Neill. After a six-week campaign, the UK will decide whether the Conservative Party's Boris Johnson or Labour's Jeremy Corbyn will form a government for up to five years. Labour's manifesto, which promises free university tuition, increased health spending and the nationalization of some industries, has been praised by progressives but the Tories have argued the policy platform will 'bankrupt' Britain. Mr O'Neill told Sky News Labour doesn't resemble "the party that was formed 100 years ... more
  • 3 hours Global stocks test record highs TheMercury
    World shares have taken a fresh run at record highs as the right messages from the US Federal Reserve set traders up nicely for a packed day including a milestone central bank meeting and a Brexit-defining election. ... more
  • 5 hours Best performance in Playing With Fire comes from the dog TheMercury |Ent
    At one of the more contemplative junctures in Playing With Fire – no, make that the only one – a minor player in proceedings has cause to observe the following about children of the modern era. ... more
  • 5 hours R. Kelly faces new accusations in follow-up series TheMercury |Ent
    US network Lifetime has released a trailer for Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning, the follow-up to the revealing Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, which will feature “new stories with revealing details,” according to a press release from the network. ... more
  • 5 hours Sophie Ellis-Bextor: ‘Nostalgia’s not a dirty word’ TheMercury |Ent
    Sophie Ellis-Bextor has a busy 2019. ... more
  • 5 hours Albums that shone, songs that flopped in 2019 TheMercury |Ent
    From Billie Eilish changing the face of pop music to Katy Perry making Hawaii sound boring, here’s the best and worst records of 2019. ... more
  • 5 hours Off-camera incident sees reality star booted TheMercury |Ent
    A contestant on Survivor: Island of the Idols, has been removed from the competition as a result of an undisclosed “off-camera incident” allegedly involving a member of production staff. ... more
  • 5 hours Star shows off dramatic transformation TheMercury |Ent
    Hayden Panettiere is back on social media in a big way. ... more
  • 5 hours NSW music festival cancelled due to fires TheMercury |Ent
    Lost Paradise music festival will not be going ahead this year due to the ongoing bushfire threat in NSW. ... more
  • 5 hours Queen’s whopping annual Xmas gift bill TheMercury |Ent
    Think you spend a lot on your Christmas presents? You may be shocked when you hear the Queen’s gift list. ... more
  • 5 hours World loses it for Aussie’s NBA ‘murder’ TheMercury |Sport
    Australian NBA star Aron Baynes has been involved in an incredible moment of NBA insanity — but sadly for the Aussie, it was as a spectator. ... more
  • 5 hours Crouch wants to stay – if the money is right TheMercury |Sport
    Crows club champion Brad Crouch has reiterated that he wants to stay at the club but that a new deal was not imminent. ... more
  • 5 hours Former Cairns trio are making their mark in AFLW TheMercury |Sport
    They are all different ages, have travelled separate paths to Metricon Stadium but that has not stopped the AFL Cairns-themed banter. ... more
  • 5 hours FNQ Missile blasts off to Gold Coast trainer TheMercury |Sport
    Cleveland Bay champion Grey Missile will follow former stablemate Tyzone to the Gold Coast following Saturday’s Magic Millions Country Cup Qualifier at Cluden Park. ... more
  • 5 hours Osaka, Barty rivalry emerging as game’s best TheMercury |Sport
    Naomi Osaka desperately wants her world No.1 title back but she has dubbed anyone who thinks that the legendary Serena Williams is finished as ‘silly’. ... more
  • 5 hours Fowler: I’m not feeling any pressure TheMercury |Sport
    Robbie Fowler admits he’s still learning about the A-League coaching game as he attempts to dig Brisbane Roar out of their current hole. ... more
  • 5 hours Sport flasher’s cheeky new exploit TheMercury |Sport
    Two more reasons for Gerrit Cole to smile. ... more
  • 5 hours Gabba firms for India as CA dispel boycott rumours TheMercury |Sport
    Brisbane has become the raging favourite to host the first Test against India next summer with chief executive Kevin Roberts confident India won’t object to playing at Australia’s most celebrated fortress. ... more
  • 5 hours US pitcher’s unusual path to the Giants TheMercury |Sport
    Gunnar Kines has been a professional gamer, a fantasy sports analyst and maintained baseball fields for Spring training camps. ... more
  • 5 hours Erin Phillips: Why I decided to keep going TheMercury |Sport
    Erin Phillips could have gone out at the very top. ... more
  • 7 hours Indigenous footy players on ‘six-figure salaries are somehow still victims’ TheMercury
    Centre for Independent Studies' Jacinta Price says Indigenous rugby league players are "earning a six-figure salary", representing their country and are yet "somehow, still a victim" amid calls to scrap the national anthem. Representatives from the Indigenous All-Stars national rugby league team have expressed their desire to see the Australian National Anthem scrapped from the pre-game. "They are privileged and they are privileged as a result of the country that they come from... that has given them this opportunity to do what they're doing," she said. "It's not just division being encouraged but the perpetuation of the victim mentality." "There ... more
  • 7 hours Koala Joey ‘Mr Magoo’ Can’t Get Enough of Head Massage at New South Wales Zoo TheMercury
    Koala joey, Mr Magoo, enjoyed an intense therapy session in his sanctuary at the Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie, New South Wales. The baby koala was filmed being treated to a head massage from one of the zoo keepers on November 24, while sitting in a tree branch in his enclosure. Mr Magoo’s history of pampering at the zoo is extensive, with previous videos showing him gorging himself on eucalyptus leaves and growing a little “chunky” around the love handles. Credit: Billabong Zoo via Storyful ... more
  • 7 hours Speedster’s battle for title of South Africa’s best paceman in SuperCoach BBL TheMercury
    One is a South African paceman on the rise, the other is an out-and-out cricket legend whose retirement from Test cricket has paved the way for a dominative force in T20 cricket. ... more
  • 7 hours Melbourne family torn apart by volcano blast TheMercury
    A Melbourne woman missing after New Zealand’s deadly volcano blast was celebrating her 21st birthday on a cruise with her family when disaster struck. ... more
  • 7 hours Family of Kumanjayi Walker wants the murder case heard in Alice Springs TheMercury
    December 12, 2019. Samara Fernandez-Brown, the cousin of Kumanjayi Walker who was shot dead by Constable Zachary Rolf on November 9, 2019 speaks to the media outside the court in Alice Springs. Ms Fernandez-Brown says the proposal was a further blow to the mourning community. "This court case is a part of our taking it to Darwin, it restricts family from being a part of that and it restricts us from healing." (AAP Video/Kathryn Bermingham) ... more
  • 7 hours Wellard sells giant Ocean Shearer for $77m TheMercury
    Financially strapped live exporter Wellard is cutting its fleet size from four to three with the sale of the world's largest purpose-built livestock carrier for $US53 million ($A77 million). ... more
  • 7 hours Family’s sad post about volcano dead TheMercury
    Sad Facebook posts by relatives have acknowledged that three members of the Langford family – father Anthony, mother Kristine and daughter Winona – likely died in the New Zealand volcano tragedy. ... more
  • 7 hours Holiday hell for West Gate commuters TheMercury
    Motorists travelling along the West Gate Bridge have been warned to brace for delays of up to an hour as lanes are closed between Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve. ... more
  • 7 hours Brisbane surgeons fly to NZ to help volcano victims TheMercury
    THREE Queensland burns surgeons are preparing to fly to New Zealand to assist in the treatment of people seriously injured in the White Island volcano eruption. ... more
  • 7 hours Splash cash, kick back and relax TheMercury
    Internationally acclaimed architect Kerry Hill has designed a new multimillion-dollar home on Hayman Island and it comes with a furniture package and two buggies. ... more
  • 11 hours Jules Robinson launches shapewear range TheMercury |LS
    Jules Robinson launches nationwide search for everyday women to front her shapewear range. ... more
  • 11 hours Big W’s ‘adorable’ $6 family swimmers TheMercury |LS
    Big W has just taken matching attire to a whole new level with its new family swimwear range. ... more
  • 11 hours Doctor’s ‘life saving’ $1.50 hangover cure TheMercury |LS
    With Christmas parties and festivities in full swing, hangovers can end up being as much of a staple at this time of year as mince pies or tinsel. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Hungry’ man eats KFC at vegan protest TheMercury |LS
    A man has been both praised and slammed after he was caught on camera tucking in to a box of KFC just metres from a confronting vegan protest. ... more
  • 11 hours Why your health fund premiums are rising again TheMercury |LS
    Exclusive: Eight in ten health fund members are with insurers that are raising premiums in excess of the 2.9 per cent industry average announced on the weekend. ... more
  • 11 hours Dark Mofo fans warned of ticket scam TheMercury |Ent
    DARK Mofo and Mona Foma organisers have warned festival-goers against purchasing tickets from third party websites after Bon Iver tickets appeared on Viagogo at a 257 per cent mark-up. ... more
  • 11 hours Spiegeltent 2020 program revealed TheMercury |Ent
    SPIEGELTENT Hobart 2020’s program, launched in full this week, includes international acts making their Tasmanian debut, as well as returning favourites. ... more
  • 11 hours Beyonce ‘harassed’ by famous singer at 16 TheMercury |Ent
    Beyonce’s dad has claimed the singer and her former Destiny’s Child counterpart Kelly Rowland were treated inappropriately by male musicians when they were teenagers. ... more
  • 11 hours Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann with Jessica Mauboy and Celeste Barber TheMercury |Ent
    Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann with Jessica Mauboy and Celeste Barber at the Vogue Aust 60th Vogue'ing flash mob at Sydney's Bondi Icebergs. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Piss take’: Gig cut-off mid-song TheMercury |Ent
    Liam Gallagher has blown up at Australia’s nanny state laws after he was cut-off mid-song in Melbourne last night due to noise restrictions. ... more
  • 11 hours 55yo star’s jaw-dropping bikini pic TheMercury |Ent
    At 55 years old, Teri Hatcher is more confident than ever. ... more
  • 11 hours Black Christmas more scary movie than witless hack-’em-up TheMercury |Ent
    A solid enough horror movie, Black Christmas has been softened around the edges to appeal to a wider audience than usual. ... more
  • 11 hours Outrage over $36m Weinstein settlement TheMercury |Ent
    Accused sex offender and fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly close to settling claims from dozens of women, and some of his alleged victims are furious about it. ... more
  • 11 hours Kendall reveals which sister is ‘worst parent’ TheMercury |Ent
    She’s got a cohort of very famous siblings, and Kendall Jenner has no doubt rubbed one of them up the wrong way after declaring who the “worst” parent among the Kardashians is. ... more
  • 11 hours “As perfect as it could get for a New Zealand cricketer” TheMercury |Sport
    Cricket: Kiwi commentator and former Blackcap Ian Smith shares his most vivid memory of New Zealand's only Test series win in Australia, back in 1985/86. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Treated with contempt’: Kennett lashes AFL TheMercury |Sport
    Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett has slammed the AFL for treating fans with contempt over its idea to shorten the length of the half time break from next season. ... more
  • 11 hours Kiwis set to go for broke with uncapped quick TheMercury |Sport
    New Zealand are set to hand a debut to speedster Lockie Ferguson with reports left-armer Trent Boult has been ruled out of the first Test against Australia in Perth with a side strain. ... more
  • 11 hours Boult blow puts Kiwis immediately on back foot TheMercury |Sport
    Trent Boult has lost his race to be fit for the first day-night Test at Perth.   ... more
  • 11 hours Cricket Australia makes captaincy call TheMercury |Sport
    Australia and New Zealand kick off their three-Test series with the opening game taking place at Perth Stadium. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Holloway’s a tough c***. Volko’s tougher’: Despite 5-inch mismatch, Aussie ‘freak’ can shock UFC beast TheMercury |Sport
    Size doesn’t matter. It’s all about how you use it. ... more
  • 11 hours Knights’ best from decade of disappointment TheMercury |Sport
    There isn’t the star power of Andrew Johns, Paul Harragon or Ben Kennedy to name a few but the 2010-2020 Newcastle team still possesses bucketloads of skill and strike. ... more
  • 11 hours King Kohli blasts fastest 50 to lead India to series win over West Indies TheMercury |Sport
    Australia vs New Zealand, first Test every ball live and ad free on Fox Cricket 501 from 3pm AEDT December 12-16 ... more
  • 11 hours Tiger Woods tearing it up in Melbourne TheMercury |Sport
    Tiger Woods has come out swinging on the opening day of the Presidents Cup as he and partner Justin Thomas look to get Team USA in an early winning position. ... more
  • 11 hours Our top three teams of the SFL decade revealed TheMercury |Sport
    The end of a decade and what better time to had out a few retrospective bouquets to the best Southern Football League teams of the past decade. ... more
  • 11 hours Home Affairs panned for settlement program TheMercury
    A new report criticises Home Affairs officials for their handling of the country's multi-million dollar humanitarian settlement program, which supports 17,000 people each year. ... more
  • 11 hours Israel to hold March 2 election TheMercury
    Israel will hold an election on March 2, its third in less than a year, parliament has decided after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival failed to parlay the previous two ballots into a new coalition government. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Ground breaking’ new contraception TheMercury
    Scientists have created the first of its kind birth control, and it could be available in the next three to five years. ... more
  • 11 hours Climate Change Performance Index is ‘more about politics’ than ‘real facts’ TheMercury
    Sky News host Chris Kenny says a Climate Change Performance Index that ranked Australia as 56th in the world for emissions reduction "is not about emissions" and "all about politics". Mr Kenny said on Thursday the mainstream media - especially the government-funded media - "is full of exaggeration, misinformation and downright fake news when it comes to climate change". He said the index is put together by "climate activist think tanks in Europe" and it is "clearly more about climate politics and grandstanding" than it is about real facts and carbon emissions. The survey ranked the United States last, despite ... more
  • 11 hours “As perfect as it could get for a New Zealand cricketer” TheMercury
    Cricket: Kiwi commentator and former Blackcap Ian Smith shares his most vivid memory of New Zealand's only Test series win in Australia, back in 1985/86. ... more
  • 11 hours Kiwis set to go for broke with uncapped quick TheMercury
    New Zealand are set to hand a debut to speedster Lockie Ferguson with reports left-armer Trent Boult has been ruled out of the first Test against Australia in Perth with a side strain. ... more
  • 11 hours Sadly, there are 10 further Australians who are missing and presumed deceased – PM on White Island volcano eruption TheMercury
    December 12, 2019. At least 10 Australians are missing, presumed dead after the New Zealand volcano explosion, The Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirms while addressing the media in Melbourne. Mr Morrison also revealed four permanent residents of Australia had been caught up in the disaster: two who died in hospital, one missing and presumed dead, and one other who is being treated in hospital. (AAP Video/Alex Murray) ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Holloway’s a tough c***. Volko’s tougher’: Despite 5-inch mismatch, Aussie ‘freak’ can shock UFC beast TheMercury
    Size doesn’t matter. It’s all about how you use it. ... more
  • 11 hours Takeover Panel deals Rio Tinto setback TheMercury
    Rio Tinto is considering its options after the Takeovers Panel ruled the mining giant can't use its funding of a clean up of a controversial NT uranium mine to acquire a partially owned subsidiary. ... more
  • 15 hours Property sitting on a gold mine – literally TheMercury
    Fancy panning for gold? A gold rush town packed with old mining equipment and historic buildings is for grabs, and there’s even a mine shaft running underneath. ... more
  • 15 hours Everyone appearing in Southport court today TheMercury
    EACH day a number of people appear in the Southport Courthouse, on a range of different charges. Here is a list of everyone appearing in court today. ... more
  • 15 hours ‘Screaming in pain’: Volcano aftermath TheMercury
    WARNING: Graphic ... more
  • 15 hours Man arrested after girl, 12, allegedly abused by coach TheMercury
    Supplied video obtained Thursday, December 12, 2019 of the arrest of a man after an investigation into the alleged sexual abuse of a 12-year-old girl. Police say the man, 71, was arrested on December 11 before being charged with sexually abusing a schoolgirl he was coaching as they travelled for tennis tournaments across NSW. (AAP Video/Supplied/NSW Police) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY ... more
  • 15 hours ‘SCREAMING IN PAIN’: Horrific scenes after violent volcano eruption TheMercury
    A hospital staffer who worked in the immediate aftermath of the White Island volcano eruption has described the horrific scene. WARNING: Graphic ... more
  • 15 hours Australia’s best beaches are in NSW TheMercury
    It’s something we’ve known all along and now its official. ... more
  • 15 hours Bikie meth cook killer gets reduced sentence TheMercury
    A Hells Angels meth cook, who ordered his son to shoot his bikie boss dead, had his sentence reduced after his original murder charge was overturned. ... more
  • 15 hours Avalon flights set to be cancelled TheMercury
    Jetstar says it expects to cancel six flights in and out of Avalon Airport on Sunday because of a pilot strike that will ground 90 services nationally. ... more
  • 15 hours Derelict dump’s unrecognisable revival TheMercury
    One of Sydney’s property jewels has been returned to its former glory. This historic mansion has undergone a massive transformation that has to be seen to be believed. ... more
  • 17 hours Greta Thunberg named as Time Magazine’s Person of the Year TheMercury |Ent
    Climate activist Greta Thunberg has been named as Time Magazine's Person of the Year. The 16-year-old Swede called the world to attention in what she described as the 'climate emergency.' The announcement from Time came as she attended UN climate talks in Madrid. Ms Thunberg has traveled around the world to spread her message, talking to world leaders at international summits. Image: AP ... more
  • 17 hours Jen Aniston breaks down on Ellen show TheMercury |Ent
    Jennifer Aniston broke down in tears live on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show after a daughter pleaded to help her unemployed, widowed father. ... more
  • 17 hours Aussies score more pre-Oscar nods TheMercury |Ent
    The bumper Hollywood awards season has continued for Australia’s A-list, with Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, Russell Crowe and Toni Collette nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards. ... more
  • 17 hours Tarantino drops massive Kill Bill hint TheMercury |Ent
    Kill Bill fans rejoice: director Quentin Tarantino has offered good news about a possible addition to the franchise. ... more
  • 17 hours Weinstein’s shock court appearance TheMercury |Ent
    Harvey Weinstein’s bail was increased from $1 million to $5 million on Wednesday over allegations he violated bail conditions by mishandling his electronic ankle monitor. ... more
  • 17 hours World’s 10 best cricketers of the decade TheMercury |Sport
    Blazing bats dominate the decade’s best cricketers. ... more
  • 17 hours Sharks team of the decade: The history makers TheMercury |Sport
    A premiership can change the life of a footballer. ... more
  • 17 hours Mellowed Tiger hailed as ‘one heck of a captain’ TheMercury |Sport
    Fred Couples has offered a fascinating insight into how much Tiger Woods the captain wants to win the Presidents Cup. ... more
  • 17 hours Could Sydney be next to join pink revolution? TheMercury |Sport
    The Sydney Cricket Ground is open to the prospect of a pink ball Test but won’t actively campaign for it. ... more
  • 17 hours Basketball star does the unthinkable TheMercury |Sport
    JJ Culver, a senior guard for Wayland Baptist University in Texas, scored 100 points in a game on Tuesday, becoming just the fourth college basketball player to reach the century mark. ... more
  • 17 hours Historic club goes back to the future TheMercury |Sport
    It’s a four-metre high symbol of Australian football trying to show it can embrace the past as it builds for the future. ... more
  • 17 hours Toothless Dogs search for bite in attack TheMercury |Sport
    Canterbury finished season 2019 with their worst points record in 30 years but flyer Reimis Smith is confident Dean Pay can bring back the bite in the Bulldogs’ attack in 2020. ... more
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