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Kerryn Phelps makes history with Wentworth win - The Australian

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Donald Trump inflates jobs impact of Saudi arms deal as he awaits evidence of complicity in Khashoggi murder -

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump has pledged unspecified “severe punishment” should the US determine Saudi involvement in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who had written columns critical of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

'Over half a million' protesters have flocked to London to march for a new Brexit vote -

ORGANISERS of a major protest in London calling for a new Brexit referendum are estimating that 670,000 people have turned up for the event. Activists want a fresh referendum in which Britons can have a say on the final Brexit deal. London Mayor Sadiq ...

Punters post-race: Caulfield Cup day in review -

Jockey Pat Cosgrave picked up the Caulfield Cup and an 11-meeting suspension, Tim Clark delivered an on-pace masterclass, and Weir's Verry Elleegant did the right thing by punters. Here is our comprehensive review of Saturday racing, with a particular ...and more »

City spoil Victory's Honda welcome party - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne City have spoiled Keisuke Honda's Melbourne Victory welcoming party after they beat the Japanese legend's side 2-1, as they kicked off their A-League campaigns at Marvel Stadium on Saturday night. Wearing the captain's armband Honda ...

Amritsar train accident: How Dussehra revelry turned into a tragedy - The Indian Express

On ill-fated Friday evening, Dussehra revelry turned into a tragedy as nearly 60 were killed and several injured after two trains mowed down around 150 people who stood on the railway tracks watching the effigy of burning Ravana near Amritsar. A series ...

Man punches shark to the head after Port Stephens attack in NSW - PerthNow

A MAN has fended off a shark by punching it in the head when he was attacked at Port Stephens on the NSW mid-north coast. The man in his early 50s was attacked at Samurai Beach about 7am on Saturday, the state's ambulance service said. “We believe ...

Royal Tour, Day 5: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry visit Hyde Park for Invictus Games -

Prince Harry has raised a crowd of 4000 competitors, family members and dignitaries to their feet at the Invictus Games opening ceremony as he walked on stage to officially open the Games. “Hello Sydney, hello Australia, and hello Invictus,” he said.

'Mention of the cat is degrading': Assange sues over Ecuador terms - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quito: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is suing Ecuador's Foreign Minister Jose Valencia over new rules of conduct imposed as a condition for him to remain at the country's embassy in London, according to his lawyer. The rules violate Assange's ...

Swifts' Sophie Garbin helps Harriet Davis after losing hand in boat accident - Daily Telegraph

AFTER losing her hand in a boating accident on the Nepean River last month, 12-year-old Harriet Davis was thrilled to take the court again with none other than NSW Swifts goal shooter Sophie Garbin. The Winmalee girl lost her hand on September 15 ...and more »