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Australian Will Power has been left livid by "dumb decisions" that have cost him an IndyCar victory in race one of the Detroit Grand Prix.Power had control and led a race-high 37 of the 70 laps until a crash and the subsequent red-flag stoppage resulted in him giving up that advantage while all cars were in the pits.
A free trade agreement between Australia and the UK may not be finalised during Prime Minister Scot Morrison's visit to London for talks with Boris Johnson.Mr Morrison is currently in the UK as a guest of the G7 leaders meeting and will have separate talks in London with Mr Johnson early this week.
On average, nine Australians take their own lives every day.This year, Men's Health Week is focusing on encouraging connections with the aim of making change.
Significant numbers of younger Australians feel like they're addicted to sales and frequently splurge on items they come to regret purchasing.PayPal's 2021 EOFY Sales Trends Report has found 34 per cent of millennial shoppers admit feeling regret after buying something on sale, compared to 24 per cent of all age groups.
Eight Venezuela soccer players in Brazil for the Copa America have tested positive for COVID-19, health officials said on Saturday, a day before they meet the hosts in the tournament's opening game.The "members of the delegation include players and members of the backroom staff," said a statement from the Health Secretariat in Brasilia, where Sunday's game will take place.
A Sydney tradie who makes superhero-inspired hospital gear for Australia's sickest kids is hoping for a call from Thor star Chris Hemsworth.Jason Sotiris began making Supertees for young hospital patients in 2018 following his daughter Angela's diagnosis with a rare form of cancer.
G7 leaders face some of the most important decisions in human history as they tackle the climate change crisis, David Attenborough says.The veteran broadcaster and environmentalist will address the leaders gathered in Cornwall on Sunday as they set out plans to reverse biodiversity loss and to fund infrastructure development around the world.
Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku has dedicated his performance to Denmark player Christian Eriksen after scoring the first of his two goals in a 3-0 win over Russia at the European Championship.After swivelling to shoot into the bottom corner in the 10th minute, Lukaku headed to a television camera and grabbed it with both hands, saying "Chris, Chris, I love you.
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The NSW Blue Mountains has been declared Australia's most 'Instagrammable' national park.Analysts pored over millions of Instagram images to determine which parks most populate feeds with picture-perfect views.
Two people have been killed and at least 30 others wounded in mass shootings in three states, authorities say, stoking concerns that a spike in US gun violence could continue into summer as coronavirus restrictions ease and more people are free to socialise.The attacks took place late on Friday or early Saturday in the Texas capital of Austin, Chicago and Savannah, Georgia.
Proud club man Morgan Turinui has laid the blame for the NSW Waratahs' season from hell squarely on the front office, not the rookie players.The rampant Chiefs consigned the Waratahs to an historic winless campaign with a 40-7 beating at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night.
The likeable Barbora Krejcikova reckons her French Open title, plucked seemingly out of nowhere, will not be a life-changer because her late mentor Jana Novotna taught her the humility to go with her grand slam-winning skills.Three weeks ago, the unseeded Krejcikova had never won a singles title but following her first WTA triumph in Strasbourg, she was left practically in a state of disbelief on Saturday after adding her maiden slam title at Roland Garros.
An auction for a ride into space next month alongside Jeff Bezos and his brother has ended with a winning bid of $US28 million ($A36 million).The Amazon founder's rocket company, Blue Origin, did not disclose the winner's name following the live online auction.
Missiles have hit a hospital in a northern Syrian town controlled by Turkey-backed fighters, killing at least 13 people, including two medical staff, and putting the facility out of service, activists and an aid group say.It was not immediately clear who was behind the shelling on Saturday, which came from areas where government troops and Kurdish-led fighters are deployed.
G7 leaders have reached consensus on the need for a shared approach to China selling exports at unfairly low prices and to human rights abuses, a senior official in the US President Joe Biden's administration says.The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the leaders of the Group of Seven world's largest advanced economies had also agreed on the need to coordinate on supply chain resilience to ensure democracies are supporting each other.
Australia's Jason Scrivener has moved into a four-way tie for the lead ahead of the final round of the history-making Scandinavian Mixed event in Sweden.Hosted by Annika Sorenstam and Henrik Stenson, the event is a first on golf's European Tour as it features 78 men and 78 women competing on the same course for a single prize of one million euros and one trophy.
There was to be no happy ending to the Central Coast's A-League fairytale this season.But coach Alen Stajcic is confident the Mariners can write a successful new chapter despite suffering a shock 2-0 elimination final loss to 10-man Macarthur FC at Gosford on Saturday night.
Novak Djokovic is adamant his powers of recovery will ensure there is no danger of a let-down as he attempts the almost impossible feat of topping his towering French Open triumph over Rafael Nadal with a final flourish against Stefanos Tsitsipas.1 will be driven on in Sunday's showdown at Roland Garros by the prospect of winning his 19th grand slam title and moving just one behind the record 20 collected by Nadal and Roger Federer.
A thorough probe into the origins of the coronavirus is necessary to avoid a repeat in future and is not a bid to pin blame on anyone, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.Mr Morrison joined G7 leaders to discuss health issues on Saturday in the UK coastal resort of Carbis Bay, with talks focused on the recovery from the pandemic and how the world can be better prepared for an outbreak of other diseases.