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Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott had a first when Pinot won the VRC Oaks earlier in the month and they will look for another when Multitude lines up in Friday's Bong Bong Cup.
Veteran Queensland and Kangaroos prop Nate Myles has announced his retirement.
For many watching at the ground and on television, this was a somewhat forgettable World Cup quarter-final as champions Australia made easy work of a listless Samoa at Marrara Stadium.
Police said officers were breaking up the group of people when the officer was attacked from behind by the teenager.
Save the Children say more than 50,000 children are believed to have died of hunger and disease in Yemen in 2017.
Military ships and aircraft have been dispatched to the coast of Argentina for a navy submarine missing for two days.
Shannon Fentiman says the man was employed by Queensland Parliament, which did not conduct criminal checks, a HR shortfall that has since been rectified.
Financial services firms are actively exploring how they can use blockchain to save costs and remove the existential threat it poses.
The host was a 17-year-old girl, who had no responsible adult around and was charging an entrance fee to attend the party - which was swiftly declared an out of control gathering.
Valentine Holmes has a powerful ally in his bid to hold onto the Cronulla No.1 jersey in the face if multiple challengers – none other than Billy Slater.
He can walk into Jordan Spieth's trophy room any time he pleases and sneak a peek at a Claret Jug, the spoils of a US Masters triumph or Australian golf's most cherished trophy in the Stonehaven Cup. Yet this week the former world No.1's housemate is lying low at Rooty Hill RSL.
Police are warning beachgoers to stay out of the water after a shark was sighted at Torquay on Saturday morning.
The Ibrahim family's feared enforcer has been shot in the back in a shooting outside John Ibrahim's mother's home in Merrylands overnight.
The young entrepreneur behind collapsed company Bluegogo has blamed a controversial Tiananmen Square advertising campaign for its woes.
Gary Lineker has moved to defend himself against charges of hypocrisy after being confirmed as co-host for the 2018 World Cup finals draw in Moscow next month.
The Big Issue aims to "help people help themselves" by creating work for homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people.
Oh for the days when Damien Martyn, Darren Lehmann, Stuart Law, Jamie Siddons, Michael Bevan et al could not find a place in the Test team.
"We are hoping this will be a case study that shows the rest of Europe that Pro9's façade is a compelling solution for improving the energy efficiency of old buildings."
Police said the 2-year-old boy was getting out of a car when he escaped from the reach of his guardian and ran into the path of oncoming traffic.
Police believe a car may have been speeding on the wrong side of the road moments before a fiery crash that left a Mercedes driver dead in Melbourne's east in the early hours of Saturday.
Australia have retained the women's Ashes after an emphatic T20 win over England in the first Twenty20.
Some of the biggest teams in the world have missed out on Russia 2018, but most of the superpowers are there. Australia have qualified for the fourth time in a row – but now they face the giants of the world game.
It came down to the wire, but BHP Billiton, Vale and their Samarco joint venture managed to close a deal with prosecutors that distances the companies from 175 billion reais ($71.5 billion) in lawsuits.
Is it really possible to say God was not part of those scenes of unabashed joy, sitting cranky on the sidelines?
British tennis champion Andy Murray has split with coach Ivan Lendl for a second time.
A majority of the leaders of the party, Zanu-PF, recommended Mugabe's expulsion from the very organisation had controlled since independence.
Simmering tensions on Manus Island as locals and refugees are forced to live side by side.
At the start of the year there would have been long odds on Jack Sock, Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin earning enough points to qualify for the ATP Finals, let alone reaching the last four.
One need not be a card-carrying revolutionary to deduce that global capitalism has a problem. Enter the universal basic income.
A late Adam Coleman scratching has paved the way for Brumbies second-rower Blake Enever to make a shock Wallabies debut on Saturday against England at Twickenham.
In an ideal world, Google's search algorithm should force these fake, pernicious creatures so low in search results that they are buried deep in the web where few can find them. But there's a problem.
Police said the victim, 25, drove himself to the tavern with six gunshots wounds - two in the stomach, three to his left thigh and one to his right thigh.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has made his first public appearance since the military put him under house arrest this week, attending a graduation ceremony in the capital, Harare, to applause.
0-60mph in 1.9 secs, new record of 620 miles on one charge, 250mph-plus, it's a 'smackdown' to petrol cars.
Partying Year 12 graduates are being urged to stay safe and look after their mates as Schoolies officially gets under way on the Gold Coast.
Daniel Gibbs was scrolling through job ads last week when he came across a position for a "recruitment consultant" that seemed too good to be true.
The journey from Canberra to his ancestral home in Lake Mungo has brought Indigenous communities from across Australia together in ritual and pride.
The charges against two former managers of Unaoil come 18 months after Fairfax Media exposed Unaoil's role as a facilitator running a global network of middlemen fronting for Western companies.
Laughs are had, confidences shared and bonds strengthened. Cosima Marriner discovers the stories behind four very different getaways.
Takeover rumours have proved a boon for Santos' share price, but may have driven valuations too high for a formal market offer.
Two townhouses in Footscray built so badly they will have to be demolished have raised serious questions about the competence of the state's building industry regulator.
An 18-year-old killed in a tragic car crash in Melbourne had only just finished his year 12 exams.
Why Sydney – home of the gay and lesbian Mardi Gras – was so divided over same-sex marriage
A mid-air collision between a helicopter and an aircraft in the south of England has resulted in a "number of casualties".
A man has been charged with ripping the jacket of Tony Abbott's sister Christine Forster during a heated protest outside a Liberal Party fundraising event in inner-city Sydney.
England coach Eddie Jones has hit back at Michael Cheika and Bob Dwyer for what he says was an attempt to influence the referee in the upcoming Australia-England Test on Saturday.
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RugbyWA has gone into voluntary administration four months after the Australian Rugby Union announced it would axe the Western Force from their national competition.
Well before Jedinak's first goal had ruffled the net, the code wars had started to rumble again.
Lyuba, the world's most complete and best-preserved woolly mammoth, is now on show in Sydney.
1. What is the most mined mineral in Australia?
Showing "the wondrous nature of how our body works" has won biomedical animator Drew Berry an Emmy and a BAFTA.
A week in photos from award winning Sydney Morning Herald photographers.
The No. 5255 Tsukuba Express train left a station at 9.44:20am instead of 9.44:40am.
One half of Dolce & Gabbana has spoken his mind and it's not for everyone.
It comes in the wake of a backlash over a controversial video earlier this year.
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian have reportedly tied the knot.
If you sat down and designed a country with glittering prospects, then you couldn't do much better than Zimbabwe.
This sweet barbecued pork and scallops make a delicious meal together – simply accompany with steamed greens and rice.
Ella Ebery, 101, and Dorothy Patton, 70, have been friends since they worked together on the weekly newspaper, North Central News at St Arnaud, in north-west Victoria.
A man has been taken to hospital after being shot in western Sydney.
Queensland's 2017 state election campaign has focused on providing basic services. Is it too late for major parties to show a vision for the state?
Researchers found on average, the students who watched bad behaviour gossiped about it twice as much as good behaviour.
The Shadow Treasurer could be in a fight to win the inner-city seat at next week's state election.
The Australian Veterans Employment Coalition aims to establish a close working relationship with the ADF and support programs to help veterans moving from military careers to the civilian workforce.
Fiji plans to move more than 40 villages to higher ground to escape coastal floods and is also working on ways to help future migrants from other Pacific island nations as sea levels rise, Fiji's attorney general said.
It's a question being asked around the corridors of Channel Seven, with the 62-year-old and his agent, Sean Anderson, deep in negotiations with Seven bosses for a new contract, said to be worth up to $1 million.
Labor's party animals do deals to turn tables on Greens in Northcote.
Brisbane Roar have finally broken through for their first win of the A-League season, defeating Melbourne City 3-1 courtesy of a brace from defender Avraam Papadopoulos.
Darwin's notorious Don Dale Youth Detention Centre will shut down within three months as the Northern Territory government attempts to close a dark chapter inside its youth prisons.
England say they have received a wake-up call in their last warm-up match ahead of next week's Ashes opener.
State MPs have just pulled another all-nighter debating the assisted dying bill.
Qantas plans to operate the first ever flight between Australia and the United States powered by biofuel early next year under a new partnership it says will establish a home-grown aviation bio-fuel industry.
Iraqi forces captured the border town of Rawa, the last remaining town under Islamic State control, on Friday, signalling the complete defeat of the group's self-proclaimed caliphate.
Gai Waterhouse is looking towards the Villiers Stakes with Cabeza De Vaca and wants her talented apprentice Rachel King along for the ride.
There had been speculation about the whereabouts of the PM's Literary Awards, but at last the shortlists have been announced.
Glenn Maxwell insists he has the right technique and temperament to forge a consistent Test career. By leaving him out of the Ashes squad for next week's series opener in Brisbane, the national selectors, certainly in the short term, still have their doubts.
If England are serious about gaining an advantage on Saturday against the Wallabies, it would be in their best interest to turn the water off in the away change rooms at Twickenham just before kick-off.
"'Brolates" isn't some sort of beef-based hot drink: it's pilates for "real men".
There's a maxim familiar to anyone who has survived the first year of undergraduate law.