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Tigers trounce Lions to remain clear on top

Railways have all but secured the minor premiership in the Great Southern Football League after handing Royals a 57-point thrashing at Centennial Stadium this afternoon. A dominant nine-goal-to-one second-half came after the Tigers arrested the momentum from the Lions late in the second term to go on and win, 15.14 …

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Indonesian quake death toll rises to 392

The death toll from a powerful earthquake that hit the Indonesian island of Lombok a week ago has risen to 392, an official says. The number was likely to rise further still as teams continue to search for victims beneath the rubble and ruins of buildings, national disaster management agency …

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Today in History, August 13

HIGHLIGHTS IN HISTORY ON THIS DATE: 1844 – Explorer Ludwig Leichhardt leaves Sydney by ship to explore unknown territory beyond the Darling Downs. 1885 – BHP is incorporated in Australia as a business. 1910 – Death of Florence Nightingale, British nurse in the Crimean War. 1914 – Australian Red Cross …

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Lorenzo staves off Marquez in Austrian GP

Sunday, 12 August 2018 10:28PM Camera IconSpanish rider Jorge Lorenzo has won the Austrian MotoGP for Ducati for a third consecutive time. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Spanish rider Jorge Lorenzo has won an Austrian Grand Prix thriller, defeating Honda’s reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez to drag himself back …

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NAB defends dealings with ASIC on fees

A senior National Australia Bank executive has defended what the bank told a regulator about the extent of a fees-for-no-service issue. NAB has been accused in the banking royal commission of delaying revealing the full extent of the compensation to avoid being labelled “the worst of a bad bunch” charging …

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