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NSW farmers who have been dealing with a devastating mouse plague for nearly a year can now get up to $10,000 for the zinc phosphide they are using to kill the rodents.The rodents have been devouring crops and cutting a destructive swathe through properties for 11 months in the state's west and south.
Xeka's first-half thunderbolt has proved the difference as Lille secured the Trophee des Champions for the first time, in the process ending Paris St Germain's eight-year domination of the competition with a 1-0 victory in Tel Aviv.The Lille midfielder was teed up by Burak Yilmaz before blasting in from long range on the stroke of halftime on Sunday, with PSG then unable to make their possession count.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has dismissed a 10-point poll drop as COVID-19 pandemic fatigue.Support for Ms Ardern's Labour party, almost a year into its second term in office, fell in the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll from 53 to 43 per cent.
A $1 million reward is being offered for information about the disappearance of a man in Sydney's southwest 20 years ago.Ian Charles Draper, 37, was last seen leaving his workplace at Mount Pritchard Community Club in his 1992 white Ford Falcon on August 3, 2001.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Berlin despite a ban on several demonstrations, including those from the Querdenken (Lateral Thinking) movement which is sceptical of the German government's anti-coronavirus measures.Up to 5,000 people protested throughout the city, including in the Charlottenburg, Schoeneberg, Mitte and Kreuzberg districts.
A former youth group leader will face a NSW court charged with 33 historical sex offences against teenage boys over more than two decades.NSW Police began investigating in 2019 after receiving reports a teenage boy was sexually assaulted by a man he knew at a youth group in the Nowra area, on the South Coast, on numerous occasions between 1968 and 1981.
Wigan head coach Adrian Lam says he was impressed with the energy levels of his side after they turned on the style in their seventh game in 32 days.The Warriors ran in nine tries as they defeated local rivals Leigh in a convincing 50-6 victory on Sunday, with Umyla Hanley's treble and a Liam Farrell brace doing most of the damage.
Giannis Antetokounmpo definitely had something to declare on his triumphant return to Greece.The Greek superstar carried the NBA Championship trophy with him at Athens International Airport on Sunday and said he hopes to win more titles with the Milwaukee Bucks.
England's Daniel Gavins has overturned a seven-shot deficit by shooting a final round 65 to claim his first European Tour title in the ISPS Handa World Invitational.Gavins carded a bogey-free final round of five-under par at Galgorm Castle to set the clubhouse target of 13-under that none of the later starters on Sunday proved able to to match.
Rain continues to disrupt the Twenty20 series between Pakistan and the West Indies with the third match having ended in a no result.Only eight balls could be bowled in the entire game at Providence, Guyana, on Sunday after West Indies captain Kieron Pollard won the toss and chose to bat before heavy rain forced players off the field.
Prop forward Kyle Sinckler has been cited for biting in the British and Irish Lions' second Test defeat by South Africa.The incident is alleged to have taken place during a ruck in the 64th minute of the Lions' 27-9 loss at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday.
Southern Brave's Amanda-Jade Wellington has produced the best bowling figures by a spinner in The Hundred as her side steamrollered London Spirit in the women's competition to go top of the table.The Australian leg-spinner took 4-14 from her 20 balls, and also effected a run-out, to set up Brave's fourth straight victory, as they skittled Spirit for just 93 at Lord's on Sunday.
Shane Warne has missed London Spirit's clash with Southern Brave in the new English cricket limited-overs competition The Hundred after he was one of two members of the team's coaching staff to test positive for COVID-19.The former Australia spinner is the head coach of the men's team for the Lord's-based franchise but he was forced to sit out Sunday's match after feeling unwell.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he has been struggling with the symptoms of long COVID after he needed medical attention for dizziness and fatigue in the wake of the Hungarian Grand Prix.The seven-time world champion had driven superbly to race from last to third in Sunday's race - he was then promoted to second after Sebastian Vettel's post-race disqualification - and regain the lead of the Formula One world championship following a frenetic afternoon at the Hungaroring.
Socceroo Martin Boyle has struck from the penalty spot to give Hibernian victory in a thrilling 3-2 victory against Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership season opener at a vibrant Fir Park.The home side were twice ahead through headed goals from Kevin Van Veen and Bevis Mugabi but Hibs hit back through Kyle Magennis and substitute Christian Doidge.
Italians have been left elated - and not a little stunned - as compatriots Lamont Marcell Jacobs and Gianmarco Tamberi wrote two of the great golden stories of the Olympics in the space of 10 minutes.Jacobs won the men's 100 metres final to become the first Italian to take the most coveted title in athletics just a few minutes after Tamberi had agreed to share the men's high jump gold with his friend, Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim.
After reaching the stars, Lamont Marcell Jacobs, one of the most unlikely winners of the blue riband Olympic 100 metres crown in history, reckoned he'd only be able to appreciate what he'd achieved once back in his room in the Tokyo Village."Tonight," shrugged the Italian, "staring at the ceiling, perhaps I will realise.
GWS coach Leon Cameron has no qualms about his side being asked to back up against Geelong on a five-day break as the AFL faces another fixture shake-up.Queensland's snap lockdown wreaked havoc on the schedule last weekend and hastily rearranged matches will have a flow-on effect in round 21.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick has praised Sydney Stack's road to redemption and believes the 21-year-old is still only scratching the surface of his potential.Stack spent time in a Perth prison during the off-season after breaking Western Australia's strict COVID-19 laws.