Daniel Craig injured on set of Bond film

Daniel Craig has been injured on the set of the new James Bond film in Jamaica. The actor, 51, was shooting the latest instalment of the spy film series in the Caribbean nation when he was hurt. He will now undergo minor ankle surgery, a tweet from the official James …

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Farmers celebrate pest-proof fence start

Work on a long-awaited 660km pest-proof fence development will start today, marking the end of a 20-year battle led by farmers to protect livestock and crops in the Goldfields-Esperance region. WA Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan is set to arrive in Ravensthorpe this morning ahead of scheduled construction starting on the …

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Battaash defends crown in Temple Stakes | Racing News

Last Updated: 23/05/19 11:35am Battaash – defends crown in Temple Stakes Last year’s winner Battaash heads a field of six declared for the Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes at Haydock. This five-furlong Group Two heat will again be the prep race for the Charlie Hills-trained gelding before the King’s Stand Stakes …

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Aussie rider Ewan wins Giro’s 11th stage

Australian Caleb Ewan is in contention to scoop the Giro d’Italia’s points classification crown after claiming victory in the 11th stage on Wednesday. The Australian Lotto-Soudal rider registered his second stage win in a drag race of a sprint in Novi Ligure, the hometown of Italian great Fausto Coppi. Tuesday’s …

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WA’s live sheep shipping relief

WA sheep producers will not be lulled into a false sense of security after the Morrison Government’s shock return to power, with Corrigin farmer Steven Bolt saying transparency remains critical. Following Labor’s crushing defeat at the hands of the Coalition on Saturday, the sheep industry avoided the possibility of a …

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