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Essendon have dropped one AFL big man and will be out to contain another when they meet the in-form Sydney on Saturday.Coach Ben Rutten has left out leading goalkicker Cale Hooker in one of several changes following a poor loss to the Giants which left the Bombers two points outside the eight.
The Tokyo Olympics is running a village for athletes and coaches where more than 80 per cent are vaccinated against the coronavirus, testing is compulsory and movement is stringently curtailed.None of that is true for the giant Japanese capital that surrounds the Olympic "bubble".
The Queensland government's proposed satellite hospitals won't have emergency departments or overnight beds, with the Opposition labelling them little more than health clinics.Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk pledged $265 million for the seven facilities across the southeast during last year's state election.
Newcastle have copped a massive blow with Mitchell Pearce ruled out of their clash with Canberra as the seven-team race for the last two finals spots heats up.Pearce was hoping to return from a hamstring injury against the Raiders on Saturday at Suncorp Stadium, but failed to get through training on Friday.
Environmentalists have launched legal action challenging the federal government's use of taxpayer money to search for gas in the Northern Territory.Environment Centre NT is challenging the lawfulness of the federal government's $21 million grant to gas company Imperial Oil and Gas for exploration in the Beetaloo Basin.
More than 38,000 Australians stranded overseas have registered to come home as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.Senior foreign affairs official Tony Sheehan on Friday revealed 4569 on the list of 38,523 people are considered vulnerable.
The International Space Station (ISS) has been thrown briefly out of control on when jet thrusters of a newly-arrived Russian research module inadvertently fired a few hours after it was docked to the orbiting outpost, NASA officials say.The seven crew members aboard - two Russian cosmonauts, three NASA astronauts, a Japanese astronaut and a European space agency astronaut from France - were never in any immediate danger, NASA and Russian state-owned news agency RIA said on Thursday.
Golden girl Jessica Fox will be back to defend her C1 crown in Paris, having already tested out the 2024 Olympic whitewater course en route to Tokyo.Winning an emotional gold in the C1 as well as bronze in the K1 this week to go with a bronze and silver medal in that event from Rio and London, Fox is already the most successful female canoe slalom athlete of all-time.
Up to a thousand police officers will be on duty to meet anyone considering attending an anti-lockdown protest in Sydney this weekend, NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has warned.Mr Fuller told a press conference on Friday that police had already detained 60 people from last week's protests and issued more than 200 infringement notices.
Pandemic restrictions have forced the cancellation of the New Zealand and Perth races in the Supercars Championship, as organisers scramble to save the Bathurst 1000.Bathurst, the most high-profile event in the calendar, was scheduled to run from October 7 to 10 but will now be held from November 4 to 7, due to COVID-19 restrictions currently in place in NSW.
A former youth worker in the NSW Hunter region is facing 15 charges for historical sex crimes allegedly committed against two boys between 1990 and 2004.The 71-year-old man from Marks Point was arrested on Thursday morning following an eight-month investigation.
The United States have crashed and bashed their way past Australia in a 14-12 women's rugby sevens result that's turned the defending Olympic champion's title defence on its head.Making the most of their obvious physical advantage, the United States slowly crushed an Australian defence that held firm until midway through the second half.
Australia's Emma McKeon has won the gold medal and compatriot Cate Campbell the bronze in the women's 100-metres freestyle at the Tokyo OlympiMcKeon's triumph gives her a second gold of the Games - she and Campbell were part of Australia's victorious 4x100m freestyle relay team.McKeon, who has also won two bronze medals in Tokyo, is one medal shy of equalling the record of Ian Thorpe and Shane Gould for most medals by an Australia at a single Olympics, with five.
Shaun Johnson has played his last game for Cronulla after scans confirmed his hamstring injury is season-ending.The Warriors-bound halfback received the news earlier this week which has come as a terrible blow to the Sharks' finals chances as they prepare to face Manly on Sunday.
An eerie image of a farmer in a dust storm on his 1000-acre, drought-affected property has won its creator the 2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize. Pratley was on Friday named winner for the image captured at Forbes in NSW's central west.
A local mayor has entered territory no state or federal politician has ventured after apologising for the blackbirding practices that helped build Queensland's sugarcane industry.Bundaberg mayor Jack Dempsey said the practice of "forcing indentured labour into Queensland cane fields was equivalent to slavery and abhorrent".
Far-right extremist Neil Erikson has been jailed for 10 weeks after he marched into a queer-friendly Melbourne church and hurled homophobic abuse.Erikson, 36, on Friday was sentenced in an online hearing at Melbourne Magistrates Court, after being found guilty of disturbing a religious service at the Metropolitan Community Church, at Hawthorn, in May 2019.