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A fierce fight is underway for the electorates of Victoria on election day as Liberal candidates face off with high-profile independents in previously safe seats.Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is facing a well-funded campaign for the seat of Kooyong by independent Monique Ryan, who has campaigned on climate action, the establishment of a federal integrity commission, safety for women and healthcare reform.
Ash Barty's beautiful slice has long gone, the guillotine racquet exchanged for a lazy Sunday afternoon nine-iron, and all Australian tennis has are the fond memories of their departed queen.But the show must go on - even if the leading lady is an impossible act to follow.
Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown is on track for another backstroke title at the Australian championships in Adelaide.But celebrity swimmer Cody Simpson has been disqualified from the 100 metres freestyle at the national titles.
Tiger Woods has set his sights on claiming an improbable fifth US PGA Championship after making the halfway cut at Southern Hills.Woods looked set for an early exit following a double bogey on the 11th hole of his second round, but played the last seven holes in two under to qualify for the weekend.
It is not just blue, red and green placards and T-shirts at polling booths across NSW, with a sea of teal representing the charge of independent candidates in some electorates.But in the seat of North Sydney, independent Kylea Tink turned up to vote in her signature pink.
In-form Whitney Hillier has snatched the lead in the second round of the Jabra Open as she chases her maiden victory on the Ladies European Tour.Fresh from a team win at the Aramco Series event in Bangkok, Hillier posted a level par round of 71 for a 36-hole total of four-under-par for a one-stroke lead heading into the final round.
An investigation is underway after a baby was found dead at a home in south east Melbourne after reports a child had been seriously injured.Police were called to an address in suburban Mernda with reports a child had been critically injured about 9pm on Friday.
A dejected Tom Trbojevic went to the length of apologising to Manly teammates after feeling as if he had let them down by dislocating his shoulder in the Sea Eagles' loss to Parramatta.Trbojevic's NRL season hangs by a thread after he was hurt in Friday night's loss, with the superstar fullback set for scans on his left shoulder once swelling subsides.
West Coast skipper Luke Shuey is set to make his AFL return as a forward with coach Adam Simpson forced to juggle the magnets no thanks to the club's ever-increasing injury toll.Shuey has missed the last two games because of a hamstring injury and he will be on limited minutes in Sunday's clash with GWS at Giants Stadium.
About one in three eligible voters have cast their ballot ahead of polling on election day with nearly 6 million Australians going through pre-poll centres.A mix of pre-poll, postal and telephone votes means only about 8 million of 17 million voters are due through the doors on Saturday.
A man is fighting for life after he was stabbed in the throat and body during an alleged fight between a group in south Brisbane.Police say an altercation broke out between the group of four at a unit in Moorooka about 8.
Fremantle's composure in the wet comes under the microscope on Sunday as the Dockers attempt to prove they're no shrinking violets in the rain.The Dockers' hot start to the AFL season hit a hurdle last week when they suffered a shock 36-point loss to Gold Coast.
North Korea has reported more than 200,000 new patients suffering from fever for a fifth consecutive day as the country fights its first confirmed coronavirus outbreak.The ongoing COVID wave, declared last week, has fuelled concerns over a lack of vaccines, inadequate medical infrastructure and a potential food crisis in the country of 25 million that has refused outside help and kept its borders shut.
For decades, Australians born with half a heart were told not to exercise because it could cause a strain on the muscle and even sudden death.But a world-first Heart Research Institute study is looking at whether exercise is actually the key to improving quality of life for people with single-ventricle congenital heart disease.
Australia have it all to do after going down to the United States in their opening match of the World Rugby Sevens in Toulouse.A hat-trick of tries from Perry Baker gave the US a 24-19 victory on Friday, with the scoreline suggesting a closer contest than it was.
Although medical staff are tireless in their efforts to look after mother and child following the heartbreaking loss of a baby during pregnancy or birth, it often falls on others to support families through their grief.Twenty years ago, Red Nose Australia set up the Treasured Babies Program as an initiative for bereaved parents.
As election-day hotplates are fired up around the country, health authorities hope the occasion doesn't deliver an outbreak of food poisoning.A federal poll in the middle of May is unlikely to unleash heatwave conditions that attract the kinds of nasties that readily contaminate an outdoors spread.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp insists his side will not stop in their pursuit of Manchester City and trophies whatever the outcome of the title race this weekend.The Reds face Wolves at the weekend needing to better City's result against Aston Villa, managed by former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, to claim a record-equalling 20th championship and a domestic treble.