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Super Saturday to decide top spot

A spot in the Super Netball top two could yet belong to the NSW Swifts who set up a thrilling final two games which will decide the make-up of the top four.

Super Saturday to decide top spot

A spot in the Super Netball top two could yet belong to the NSW Swifts who set up a thrilling final two games which will decide the make-up of the top four.

Troubled star’s Covid breach misery continues

Api Koroisau has learned his lesson not just the hard way, but also the expensive way for multiple Covid breaches while in Origin camp with the Blues.

Troubled star’s Covid breach misery continues

Api Koroisau has learned his lesson not just the hard way, but also the expensive way for multiple Covid breaches while in Origin camp with the Blues.

Bid to end pork-barrel rorts

Labor has taken aim at the Coalition’s “pork-barrelling” and will introduce an “anti-rorting” Bill into the Senate in a bid to stamp it out.

Stars banned after protocol breach

The task of ending a 35-year winning drought at Eden Park has got harder for the Wallabies after star winger Marika Koroibete was among three players banned from selection for breaching team drinking protocols.

AFL star forced into retirement at age 22

West Coast Eagles midfielder Daniel Venables has announced his retirement from the game after an AFL medical panel recommended the youngster avoid contact sport.

AFL star forced into retirement at age 22

West Coast Eagles midfielder Daniel Venables has announced his retirement from the game after an AFL medical panel recommended the youngster avoid contact sport.

Outspoken Nat threatens govt headache

Outspoken MP George Christensen has left the door open to a split with the Coalition on vaccine passports as a “matter of principle”.

Massive NBA move for Aussie star

Playing in front of legendary San Antonio coach Gregg Popovic in Tokyo has paid off for Boomers big man Jock Landale, who is NBA bound after signing a two-year deal with the Spurs.

Teens assaulted in public toilets: cops

Two teenage girls have allegedly been sexually assaulted in public toilets at Melbourne’s popular Federation Square.

Eels’ timely boost as Panthers unleash beast

Mitch Moses couldn’t have picked a better time to return for the Parramatta Eels.

‘Why are we so far behind?’: Lambie’s fury

Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie has erupted with anger over the government’s slow progress on the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.

Sign Victoria is taking virus seriously

Victoria has recorded four new locally acquired Covid-19 infections on Tuesday as it was revealed Victorians broke their daily QR code check-in record over the weekend.

‘Freedoms’ vaccinated Sydneysiders will get

Locked down Sydneysiders could be given some of their “freedoms” back by the end of August, but only if six million of the state’s population has been vaccinated against Covid-19.