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The Socceroos have summoned Milos Degenek into their starting line-up for their decisive World Cup game against Denmark.Degenek replaces Fran Karacic at right-back in the sole change to the Australian team that downed Tunisia last-start.
Researchers are trying to find ways to rehabilitate underwater meadows of tropical seagrass from Queensland's Great Barrier Reef to the north of Western Australia.Sprawling seagrass beds are home to thriving habitats, providing food for fish, dugongs and green sea turtles, but have come under increasing pressure from extreme weather and declining water quality.
The Perth Scorchers have added some high-profile firepower to their BBL squad after snaring the services of former South Africa captain Faf du Plessis.The Scorchers were left scrambling for a new import after it was revealed Laurie Evans had tested positive to a banned substance.
A flurry of goals in the final three minutes including a winner from Akashdeep Singh has given India a thrilling 4-3 win over Australia at MATE Stadium in Adelaide.Wednesday's result means the five-match international series is alive with the Kookaburras heading into the weekend's matches with a slender 2-1 lead.
Hosts New Zealand have claimed the weather-bedevilled one-day international series against India 1-0 after the third and final match was washed out in Christchurch on Wednesday.Electing to field, New Zealand bundled out India for 219 in 47.
The West Indies' pace attacks of the 1970s, 80s and early 90s were fearsome. Batsmen trembled at the prospect of facing the likes of Malcolm Marshall, Andy Roberts, Joel Garner, Michael Holding, Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose.
Afghanistan won a third straight toss in the series and like in the previous two games have opted to bat against Sri Lanka at the Pallekele International Stadium.Sri Lanka made two changes from the side that played the previous game by bringing in spin bowling all-rounder Dunith Wellalage and Asitha Fernando for Dhananjaya Lakshan and Lahiru Kumara on Wednesday.
Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin has died at the age of 96 of leukaemia and multiple organ failure, Chinese state media reports.Jiang died on Wednesday afternoon in his home city of Shanghai, the official Xinhua news agency said, publishing a letter to the Chinese people by the ruling Communist Party, parliament, Cabinet and the military announcing the death.
A new group has been formed to bring police, judges, lawyers and frontline workers up to speed on NSW coercive control laws.It comes after the state became the first Australian jurisdiction to make coercive control a standalone criminal offence.
Tougher laws to better protect children and minors from predators in Western Australia have passed through parliament.Updated procedures for the Working with Children Check will make it harder for people with criminal offences to get clearance.
With several key players departing NRL champions Penrith, the Panthers have a tough battle ahead to secure a rare three-peat, says club great Greg Alexander.Alexander lamented the losses of second-rower Viliame Kikau and hooker Api Koroisau, but says they have quality replacements lined up.
The neighbour of a Sydney man run down by his ex-partner after she caught him with another woman has recounted in court the moment she saw him killed.Jackline Sabana Bona Musa is accused of murdering Payman Thagipur on June 27, 2020, by deliberately driving her SUV into him with an intent to either kill or cause serious injury.
Former Northern Territory chief health officer Hugh Heggie has been appointed as the Territory's 23rd Administrator for ceremonial and statutory duties.The medical doctor, who oversaw the NT's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, replaces outgoing Administrator Vicki O'Halloran.
Thirty years after Eddie Koiki Mabo's historic land rights win, another native title milestone is being celebrated in far north Queensland.The Federal Court on Wednesday formally recognised the native title rights of five traditional owner groups over land and sea across the Torres Strait and northern Cape York.
Australia and Vietnam have renewed focus on trade and defence ties, with leaders from the two nations agreeing to push for peace in the South China Sea.Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met Vietnam's national assembly president Vuong Dinh Hue in Canberra on Wednesday.
A stolen car linked to a woman missing in Queensland's remote north has been found.Tea Wright-Finger, 19, was last seen in a blue Toyota Prado near Richmond, roughly 500km west of Townsville, on October 16.
The NSW Electoral Commission is reminding voters to check their enrolments four months ahead of the state election.Although the election is not until Saturday, March 25 next year, the commission has tweeted that it's time for voters to enrol or check their enrolment and update their information if required.
Parents will have access to a simpler and more flexible paid parental leave scheme if the federal government successfully passes its first stage of reforms.Social Services Minister Amanda Rishworth introduced the first of several planned changes to the current scheme on Wednesday.