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Antetokounmpo scores 44 as Bucks beat Cavs

Matthew Dellavedova’s Cleveland have fallen to his former side Milwaukee as a rampaging Giannis Antetokounmpo matched his NBA career high of 44 points on the way to the Bucks’ 114-102 win. Antetokounmpo’s big Friday night came after being held to a season-low 12 points on Wednesday in a loss to …

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Cash-strapped men jailed for Greenwood Village ram raid

Two cash-strapped Perth men and a friend who were found guilty of stealing an ATM with more than $275,000 inside have been jailed. Darryl Kitto, 38, Kevin O’Brien, 35, and Jarrad Balestra, 34, had denied stealing a Nissan Navara and Kennards trailer before ramming the Greenwood Village shopping centre to …

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Zoustyle answers critics in Gold Edition

Brilliant Brisbane three-year-old Zoustyle put his critics in their place with a brilliant all-the-way win in the Listed Gold Edition Plate at Doomben. Premier trainer Tony Gollan said he couldn’t remember enjoying a race so much after Zoustyle ($2.40) beat stablemate Outback Barbie ($3.50) by three-quarters of a length. Caloundra …

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Eagles stars visit Baynton West Primary School

Mark Hutchings is arguably one of the best-looking single guys in the AFL, but Baynton West Primary School learning support co-ordinator Kayla Cross passed up the chance for a one-on-one breakfast with him. Instead, she gave students the chance to meet one of their heroes. Hutchings and Jeremy McGovern, both …

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Woman pulled off Virgin flight for ‘bomb joke’

A Victorian woman who allegedly joked about having an explosive device in her luggage at Hobart Airport has been arrested and charged. Richelle Penny was removed from her flight by airport security on Friday and charged for making false threats. Tasmanian Police will allege the 42-year-old made the remarks at …

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Close result in handicap comps

The Mixed Handicap Doubles Championships at the Busselton Tennis Club on November 28 included 11 pairs in two round-robin teams contest the event with lots of lengthy close matches throughout. Group A winners were Juliane Garland and Les Cousins with 29 games and runners-up were Sue Thomas and Barry Jones …

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Lawyer to seek bail for alleged Kmart predator

An urgent bail application will be made to release the man who allegedly abducted a seven-year-old girl from a Queensland Kmart. Stirling Free has been the subject of threats in prison, while his family has also been targeted since the 26-year-old’s arrest. The father of twins allegedly snatched the little …

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Close video games, Rottnest match feature in round 9

Round nine of the Karratha Water Polo Association season featured several close matches. In the first women’s game, the Pirates beat the Krakens 9-1. Denise Westberg scored four goals for the Pirates, and was well-supported by Portia Angove and Nikki Roach, who scored two goals each. Caitlin Watts scored for …

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Troupe in tune with festive cheer

Therese ColmanThe West Australian Saturday, 15 December 2018 5:09PM Camera IconBusselton Brass Band and the South West Opera Company will play at Carols at Mandalay on Sunday.Picture: Therese Colman Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsLink Icon Mandalay Resort will host the Busselton Brass Band and South West Opera Company at …

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