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Melbourne have snapped their two-game NRL losing streak with Cameron Munster orchestrating a 28-8 victory over Manly in their Thursday night clash.The scoreline flattered the Storm, who mostly looked a shadow of the team that piled on 162 points in three games earlier in the season, with Munster the difference at AAMI Park.
The United Arab Emirates will be backed by at least 5000 fans when they take on Australia in their Asian World Cup playoff in Doha next month after their national association confirmed the acquisition of the tickets.Rodolfo Arruabarrena's side meet the Socceroos in the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium on June 7 with the winners advancing to an intercontinental playoff against Peru six days later for a place at November's World Cup in Qatar.
Melbourne Victory midfielder Jake Brimmer has claimed the Johnny Warren Medal as the A-League Men's best player, while Adelaide's Fiona Worts won the Julie Dolan Medallist for her prolific A-League Women's campaign.Brimmer, who shared the Mark Viduka Medal with Central Coast's Kye Rowles following Victory's FFA Cup final win over the Mariners in February, finished a clear winner on 32 votes.
Two lawmakers from Britain's governing Conservative Party have pulled their support for Prime Minister Boris Johnson over a damning report that detailed a series of alcohol-fuelled lockdown-breaking parties at his 10 Downing Street office.A day after the report was published, describing a boozy culture in Downing Street during COVID-19 lockdowns, Conservative lawmakers John Baron and David Simmonds said they could no longer support the prime minister.
More Victorian victims of crime will be able to access financial compensation under new laws.The reforms, which passed the Victorian parliament on Thursday, replace the Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal with an administrative Financial Assistance Scheme.
Jamie Maclaren has cheekily called on Melbourne Victory fans to help fill the stands at the A-League Men's grand final between their two fierce cross-town rivals.Melbourne City and Western United seem unlikely to sell out AAMI Park for Saturday night's championship decider, with about half the available tickets sold as of Thursday.
Sydney have lost first-choice ruckman Tom Hickey to a toe injury in a huge blow ahead of their AFL blockbuster against Richmond on Friday night.Gun midfielder Bailey Smith will sit out of the Western Bulldogs' meeting with West Coast as the latest star to be sidelined through illness and Adelaide veteran Taylor Walker has entered health and safety protocols.
The NSW Waratahs' chances of knocking over Super Rugby Pacific's ladder-leading Blues have soared after the visitors named a raw and much-changed team.Young loose forward Anton Segner is the only starting player retained for Saturday night's final-round match at Leichhardt Oval from the powerful side that began last weekend's last-gasp win over the Brumbies.
Turning on a heater in winter doesn't have to be a luxury for families struggling to pay the bills, with the NSW government stepping in to provide some financial relief.Households experiencing difficulty paying their energy bills will be able to access up to $1600 a year in support payments from next week, Treasurer and Energy Minister Matt Kean said on Thursday.
A man has been charged after cannabis valued at more than $1 million was seized from a central Victorian property.Officers found the large quantity of drugs and cannabis plants at a California Gully property on Thursday morning.
Queensland MP Melissa McMahon has divulged a harrowing childhood of sexual abuse as she takes a leave of absence from parliament.The Labor member for Macalister in Logan, south of Brisbane, on Thursday told parliament she would take time out to rebalance her life and family.
Boeing's crew taxi has returned to Earth from the International Space Station, completing a repeat test flight before NASA astronauts climb aboard.The Starliner capsule parachuted on Wednesday into the New Mexico desert - with airbags attached to cushion the landing - four hours after leaving the orbiting lab.
Former veterans affairs minister Darren Chester has confirmed he will challenge Barnaby Joyce for the Nationals leadership when the party meets in Canberra."We need to be honest with each other in the party room and take some responsibility for the Liberal losses in the city," Mr Chester told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age late on Thursday.
says he's endured eight weeks of torture to ensure he's in "ultimate shape" for his looming unification blockbuster with American Devin Haney.Kambosos (20-0, 10KO) will place his WBA, IBF and WBO belts on the line in pursuit of Haney's WBC strap in front of 55,000 fans at Melbourne's Marvel Stadium on June 5.