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  • Booker record in NBA All-Star 3-point win
    Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns won the NBA All-Star Saturday three-point contest with a record 28 points in the final round.He beat 2016 champion Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors and Tobias Harris of the Los Angeles Clippers."It feels really good," Booker said."I wanted to go out there… ... more
    9news |Sport1 hour ago
  • Ledecka won Olympic gold on 2nd-hand skis
    Ester Ledecka won her shock super-G Olympic gold medal on skis previously owned by American double World Cup champion Mikaela Shiffrin, the Czech skier and snowboarder's coach confirmed.Moments after 22-year-old's unlikely triumph, the origin of her skis remained unclear with Ledecka telling a post-race news conference: "I hope these are… ... more
    9news |Sport1 hour ago
  • Australian Henshaw out of ski slopestyle
    Russ Henshaw's injury-interrupted Winter Olympics campaign has come to an end after the slopestyle skier failed to qualify for the event's finals.Henshaw (72.60 points) finished 19th, with only the top 12 going through to the medal rounds.It had been a tough lead-up for the 27 year-old who had to get… ... more
    9news |Sport1 hour ago
  • Cook stakes claim for Bunnies’ No.9 role
    After five NRL seasons with three different clubs, Damien Cook appears on the cusp of establishing himself as a regular starting hooker.In front of new coach Anthony Seibold, the South Sydney dummy-half out-pointed veteran teammate Robbie Farah in Saturday's 18-8 trial win over Wigan.Seibold has a decision to make over… ... more
    9news |Sport2 hours ago
  • NSW build platform in low-scoring contest
    NSW made steady progress early on day three as they seek to build a challenging target in a low-scoring Sheffield Shield match against South Australia at the SCGResuming at 1-61, NSW reached 3-141 at lunch for a lead of 116 runs over the Redbacks.The Blues' overnight pair of Daniel Hughes… ... more
    9news |Sport2 hours ago
  • Thurston rusty in NRL return for Cowboys
    Asked what he had to work on after his long-awaited injury return, Johnathan Thurston didn't mince his words."Everything," he said.But a rusty Thurston was simply happy to emerge unscathed in the North Queensland Cowboys' 30-16 NRL trial loss to the new-look Wests Tigers in Cairns on Saturday night.Cowboys coach Paul… ... more
    9news |Sport2 hours ago
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  • Weatherill announces major job creation package
    February 18, 2018. SA Premier Jay Weatherill speaks after the Labor campaign launch in Adelaide. He has promised a major job creation package. (AAP VIDEO/Tim Dornin) | JOURNALIST VISION ... more
    TheAustralian50 mins ago
  • Turnbull answers questions on frank meeting with Barnaby
    February 18, 2018. The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull answers questions about the Barnaby Joyce affair and the frank meeting he had with his Deputy Prime Minister yesterday. He is speaking at a press conference in Melbourne. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray) ... more
    TheAustralian60 mins ago
  • Brisbane teen charged after recovering from police shooting
    The 16-year-old boy shot by police during a dispute at his home in Brisbane's southwest has been charged. Police shot the boy after responding to an alleged domestic incident, saying the boy threatened officers with the knife. He has since been released from hospital after treatment for non-life threatening injuries.… ... more
    TheAustralian1 hour ago
  • Labor pledges $30m to address elective surgery waitlists
    Labor Leader Bill Shorten will pledge $30 million to address elective surgery waiting lists when he launches the party's Tasmanian election campaign on Sunday. Mr Shorten will join State Opposition Leader Rebecca White for the official launch in Launceston. ... more
    TheAustralian1 hour ago
  • Banner Lambasting Marco Rubio and NRA’s Response to School...
    A banner criticising Florida senator Marco Rubio and the National Rifle Association was flown over Miami Beach on February 17 after the senator deflected questions on gun control following a school shooting in Parkland. The banner, which read “Shame on you Marco Rubio & NRAâ€�, was flown after 17 people… ... more
    TheAustralian2 hours ago
  • Assad used chemical weapons against Syrians: White House
    The US National Security Adviser says public reports show Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own people despite denials from the regime. H R McMaster has told a security conference in Munich that it's time for the international community to hold the Syrian government accountable. Meanwhile, French… ... more
    TheAustralian2 hours ago
  • Motorists Navigate Flooded Broome Road Ahead of Cyclone Kelv...
    Drivers navigated flooded roads in Broome, Western Australia on February 16 ahead of Cyclone Kelvin lashing the west Australia Coast. This video shows a coffee delivery driver navigating Hunter Street in Broome. The Bureau of Meteorology said although the storm had not intensified, “destructive winds with gusts to 150 kphâ€�… ... more
    TheAustralian2 hours ago
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  • Postal bills paid faster than email bills
    AUSTRALIA’S digital payments landscape is headed for imminent disruption and consumers will be the ones to benefit. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Biz1 hour ago
  • Tropical Cyclone Kelvin Upgraded to a Category 2
    Western Australia's north is being smashed by Tropical Cyclone Kelvin. The 4th Tropical Cyclone of the season made landfall on 80 Mile Beach this morning. Tropical Cyclone Kelvin has been updgraded to a category 2 - bringing wind gusts of over 90 kilometres an hour to parts of the Kimberley.… ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
  • State Library Victoria brings books to life for White Night ...
    February 18, 2018. Artworks inspired by images from the library’s collections - featuring magic, weird and wonderful creatures, and botanicals - were brought to life in stunning projections across the library’s facade and under its iconic dome. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied footage by State Library Victoria) (NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY(AAP Video/Supplied/XXXX)… ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
  • Teen shot by police charged
    A TEENAGER who was shot by police responding to reports of a domestic dispute at a home southwest of Brisbane has been charged. ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
  • Common sense should’ve prevailed for Deputy PM: Plibersek
    February 18, 2018. Opposition Deputy leader Tanya Plibersek says common sense and common decency should have told Barnaby Joyce not to sleep with his staff. (AAP VIDEO/Tim Dornin) ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
  • New Cowboy bub on the way
    NORTH Queensland Cowboy Kane Linnett is set for another big year, preparing to welcome his first child in August. ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
  • Motorists Navigate Flooded Broome Road Ahead of Cyclone Kelv...
    Drivers navigated flooded roads in Broome, Western Australia on February 16 ahead of Cyclone Kelvin lashing the west Australia Coast. This video shows a coffee delivery driver navigating Hunter Street in Broome. The Bureau of Meteorology said although the storm had not intensified, “destructive winds with gusts to 150 kphâ€�… ... more
    DailyTelegraph1 hour ago
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  • Weatherill’s Labor launch
    February 18, 2018. SA Premier Jay Weatherill with supporters after the Labor campaign launch in Adelaide. (AAP VIDEO/Tim Dornin) | JOURNALIST VISION ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Henshaw impresses but misses slopestyle final
    AUSSIE Russ Henshaw needs a big second run to qualify for the slopestyle skiing finals at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • ‘We call BS’: Teen calls out Trump
    A SURVIVOR of the Parkland school shooting called out President Donald Trump on Saturday over his ties to the powerful National Rifle Association, as several thousand rallied in Florida to demand urgent action on gun control. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Banner Lambasting Marco Rubio and NRA’s Response to School...
    A banner criticising Florida senator Marco Rubio and the National Rifle Association was flown over Miami Beach on February 17 after the senator deflected questions on gun control following a school shooting in Parkland. The banner, which read “Shame on you Marco Rubio & NRAâ€�, was flown after 17 people… ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Assad used chemical weapons against Syrians: White House
    The US National Security Adviser says public reports show Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own people despite denials from the regime. H R McMaster has told a security conference in Munich that it's time for the international community to hold the Syrian government accountable. Meanwhile, French… ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Smile Rocky, it’s your year
    ROCKY, a loveable smiling English bull terrier, is no stranger to Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations. ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago
  • Motorists Navigate Flooded Broome Road Ahead of Cyclone Kelv...
    Drivers navigated flooded roads in Broome, Western Australia on February 16 ahead of Cyclone Kelvin lashing the west Australia Coast. This video shows a coffee delivery driver navigating Hunter Street in Broome. The Bureau of Meteorology said although the storm had not intensified, “destructive winds with gusts to 150 kphâ€�… ... more
    TheMercury1 hour ago

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