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There have been calls for greater mental health support for athletes after Kangaroos’ star Majak Daw was rescued from the Yarra River on Monday. The 27-year-old North Melbourne defender fell from the Bolte Bridge in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct late on Monday night. For anyone feeling destressed, Lifeline Australia can be phoned on 13 11 14 and Kid’s Helpline on 1800 551 800.
Northern Territory Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ken Vowles has slammed his own government, saying it has lost the trust of the public and will be booted out of office at the next election if it doesn’t lift its game. In a scathing email leaked to the NT News, Mr Vowles said members needed to 'park their egos' and reign in spending. His comments come after the state government announced it was in the mdist of a Budget crisis. Image: News Corp Australia
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A man has died in hospital after he was allegedly stabbed at his Mirrabooka home early today.
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December 19, 2018. NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg speaking to media in Sydney about the de-registration of Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan for breaking strict rules by communicating with the club while suspended in 2014. Greenberg says the actions of Flanagan were disrespectful and details the punishments facing the Sharks. (AAP Video/Andrew Leeson)
December 19, 2018. NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg speaking to media in Sydney about the preliminary de-registration of Wests Tigers chief executive Justin Pascoe. Greenberg says the NRL was misled over the salary cap order in regards to a deal with Robbie Farah. The Tigers' deal with Farah – made in September of 2016 before he was offloaded to South Sydney – led to the club being fined $750,000 and their CEO provisionally deregistered by the league. (AAP Video/Andrew Leeson)