Monthly Archives for September, 2019



Dees debut seven, Dons’ AFL guns return

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The AFL's opening round has plenty of selection shake-ups but nowhere more so than Melbourne, which will field seven new players against the Gold Coast on Saturday.

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Headlining the changes are great goalkicking hope Jesse Hogan and former Magpie Heritier Lumumba, who will make a milestone 200th AFL appearance in his first match in a Demons guernsey.

Joining the pair are Continue reading the story "Dees debut seven, Dons’ AFL guns return"

WA doctor not guilty of sex offences

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A West Australian doctor acquitted of 12 counts of inappropriately touching patients while conducting medical examinations is disappointed a jury failed to reach verdicts on other charges.

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Ranjit Kumar Panda had been on trial in the WA District Court accused of committing 25 offences, including indecent assault and sexual penetration without consent, against 10 women in Bunbury in 2012.

On Thursday, Continue reading the story "WA doctor not guilty of sex offences"

Morrison signals possible new assets test for retirees

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The federal government is seriously considering scaling back access to pensions for wealthy Australians.

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Social Services Minister Scott Morrison is in talks with crossbench senators and the welfare sector to pass laws which would ease spending on pensions over coming decades.

If nothing is done, the intergenerational report projects the government will spend 3.6 per cent of GDP annually on pensions Continue reading the story "Morrison signals possible new assets test for retirees"

Jilted double murder accused sobs in dock

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A Chinese tourist dumped by her Australian lover sobbed hysterically as she faced court accused of murdering his wife and grandson with garden shears.

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Cai Xia Liao, 45, did not meet the eyes of more than a dozen family members of Mai Mach, 60, and Alistair Kwong, 4, who were fatally stabbed at their Melbourne home on Tuesday.

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IOC publishes compensation policy, seeks transparency

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In an unprecedented move for an international sports organisation, the IOC said it had approved the IOC Ethics Commission's proposal and demand to make it public as part of its Agenda 2020 reforms process.

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The announcement will no doubt pile pressure on other sports organisations, including world football's governing body FIFA, which has staunchly refused to publish the salaries and Continue reading the story "IOC publishes compensation policy, seeks transparency"