Netball World Cup spots go on the line

Final World Cup spots are on the line in Super Netball this weekend with Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander revealing there are still vacancies in her 12-player squad. Netball Australia selectors will on Thursday name the side for the showpiece tournament in Liverpool, England from July 12-21. “We’re definitely having a …

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UK parties await fate as EU polls close

Polls have closed in European elections which the UK’s Theresa May hoped would never have to be held in her country – and which could provide a damaging blow to her Conservative party. Nigel Farage issued a warning to Westminster’s politicians that his Brexit Party would be coming for their …

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Battaash begins new season in Temple Stakes | Racing News

Last Updated: 24/05/19 12:35pm Battaash wins the Prix de l’Abbaye Charlie Hills is looking forward to Battaash starting his new campaign in defence of the Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes at Haydock. The 2017 Prix de l’Abbaye hero led close home in Saturday’s Group Two dash 12 months ago, to defeat …

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Car rolls and hits tree in Martin

A Perth driver has somehow survived a terrifying crash in the city’s south east. The 54-year-old man lost control of his Subaru hatchback on Canning Mills Road in Martin at 11pm on Thursday before it rolled and slammed into a tree. Firefighters were needed to cut the injured driver from …

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New charges laid against Assange in US

In a case with significant constitutional implications, the US has filed new charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for allegedly violating the Espionage Act by publishing thousands of classified documents, including the identities of sources for US armed forces and diplomats. The Justice Department’s 18-count superseding indictment alleged Assange directed …

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