Monthly Archives for August, 2019



Force’s Sam Wykes to head overseas

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The Western Force remain hopeful they'll be able to retain the services of powerful forward Ben McCalman, but stand-in skipper Sam Wykes has confirmed he'll be leaving Australian rugby at the end of the Super Rugby season.

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Wykes will join winger Nick Cummins at Japanese club Red Sparks, where he has signed a two-year deal.

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Brumbies’ Pocock to battle Brussow

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David Pocock faces a mouth-watering clash with South African breakdown maestro Heinrich Brussow when the Brumbies meet the Cheetahs in Canberra on Saturday night.

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Ex-Wallabies skipper Pocock takes over at openside flanker, with highly-regarded Jarrad Butler moving to No.8, among three changes to a Brumbies team which fielded the same starting XV in the previous four matches.

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Two charged over Qld mass dog grave

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Two people have been charged as investigations deepen into the discovery of a mass dog grave in Queensland containing the carcasses of more than 50 greyhounds.

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A man and a woman have both been charged with unlawfully possessing a firearm after a police search found a rifle and ammunition in a home in Bundaberg on Thursday.

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Cowboy Tamou’s confidence on the rise

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As he came off following his first stint on the field during North Queensland's Monday night clash with Melbourne in Townsville James Tamou had had enough.

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Enough of being scared. Enough of doubting whether his neck could handle the brutal life of an NRL prop.

Instead the NSW and Australia representative took in mind the words of Cowboys' coach Paul Green Continue reading the story "Cowboy Tamou’s confidence on the rise"

Farewell to ‘great human rights activist’

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Many of the men and women standing before Ashley Johnston's flag-draped coffin had never met him.

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But the deep gratitude they felt for the sacrifice he made was evident in the tears rolling down their faces.

Dressed in the green, yellow and red of Kurdistan's flag, mourners streamed into a Sydney chapel to bid farewell to the 28-year-old Australian army reservist Continue reading the story "Farewell to ‘great human rights activist’"