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Real Madrid have confirmed that Sergio Ramos, one of the Spanish giants' greatest players over 16 trophy-laden years, will leave the club at the end of his contract this summer .The La Liga club announced on Wednesday that they will host a farewell to their 35-year-old defender on Thursday.
A woman has been charged after allegedly stabbing a man to death when he returned home.The man, who was known to the woman, was attacked at the home at Newmarket in Brisbane's inner north-west around 7pm on Wednesday, Queensland Police said.
Jockey Frankie Dettori and trainer Aidan O'Brien - two of the racing world's great figures - have both reached the remarkable milestone of 75 winners at Royal Ascot on the second day of the celebrated festival.Italian Dettori's success was something of a surprise on 22-1 shot Indie Angel in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes on Wednesday, while Love provided a much more expected triumph for all-conquering Irish trainer O'Brien in the Prince of Wales's Stakes as the 11-10 favourite.
The top three seeds all crashed out of the Berlin Open as the underdogs had their day in Germany.Top seed Aryna Sabalenka, second seed Elina Svitolina and Bianca Andreescu, seeded third, all lost to lower-ranked opposition on Wednesday.
Ajla Tomljanovic has been left frustrated at missing out on a quarter-final place at the Birmingham Classic WTA tournament as she was derailed by a stomach complaint and a rejuvenated opponent.2, who had earned one of her most striking wins of the year when she outlasted the No.
Holding France midfielder Paul Pogba from behind, Germany defender Antonio Rudiger had appeared to open his mouth and lightly bite his opponent's back.Pogba reckoned the German had "nibbled" on him - and Rudiger said on Wednesday that he regretted the unfortunate look.
Captain Gareth Bale has set up both goals, making up for his missed penalty in Wales' crucial 2-0 victory over Turkey at the European Championship.Bale set up Aaron Ramsey and Connor Roberts to score in their Group A match at Baku's Olympic Stadium on Wednesday to take a big step towards qualifying for the knockout stages.
Justis Huni's minders believe the 22-year-old has taken the first step towards becoming one of Australia's richest and most recognisable athletes with his spectacular TKO of Paul Gallen.True to his word, Huni shattered Gallen's undefeated professional boxing record on Wednesday night with a 10-round masterclass to retain his Australian heavyweight title.
Health detectives are scrambling to retrace the steps of a man in his 60s to head off a COVID-19 outbreak in NSW, as the national vaccine rollout edges over six million doses.With Melbourne easing its restrictions after a fourth lockdown, NSW officials are seeking to find out how a Bondi man - who had not been overseas but transported international flight crews - came to be positive to coronavirus.
Authorities have listed dozens of virus exposure sites across Sydney and regional NSW, after a new locally transmitted case was detected.NSW Health was also notified late on Wednesday night that a household contact of the new case reported has also tested positive for COVID-19, and further venues of concern have been identified.
Penrith's players can do teammate Liam Martin the ultimate favour on Friday night by silencing Angus Crichton in his last push for a NSW State of Origin spot.Crichton was a certainty for the Blues' back row before he was suspended for Origin I, coupled with Tyson Frizell's injury which opened the door for Martin to play.
Victorian authorities are on alert for public fatigue as the state prepares to move to another round of relaxed COVID-19 rules.Acting Premier James Merlino confirmed the easing of restrictions for Melbourne and regional Victoria from 11.
Brisbane coach Kevin Walters has lost no love for the club despite the increasing realisation of the challenge he faces restoring the Broncos to their former glories.Having waited years to land an NRL head coaching role, Walters was in dreamland when he was appointed in September as the new man in charge of a club where he'd won five premierships during his playing career.
Exactly a week after Ben Roberts-Smith entered the witness box in his defamation trial, media companies will get their first chance to poke holes in his evidence.Cross-examination now beckons for the Perth-born Victoria Cross recipient after his extensive and emotional evidence-in-chief concluded on Wednesday - the landmark trial's seventh day.
An aerial survey to estimate kangaroo numbers across regional South Australia will begin next week.Department for Environment and Water staff will take to the skies from Monday for the operation that will run until July 9.
Most of Australia's lowest paid workers will receive almost $20 extra a week from next month but employer groups and unions have raised concerns with the increase.The Fair Work Commission revealed on Wednesday the national minimum wage will rise 2.
Economists expect another solid rise in employment was recorded in May, which should at least keep the unemployment rate steady at 5.The Australian Bureau of Statistics will release the crucial labour force report for May on Thursday.
Australia could end HIV transmission within four years if it invested in prevention and eased regulation on testing and medicines, researchers and community leaders in the HIV sector say.The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations is calling on the Morrison government to invest an additional $53 million to expedite approval and funding of testing and medicines to stop the epidemic from reaching its sixth decade in Australia.
The three main Wall Street indexes all fell as US Federal Reserve officials unnerved investors with indications that they are projecting interest rate hikes for 2023, which was earlier than investors had expected.New projections saw a majority of 11 of 18 US central bank officials pencil in at least two quarter-percentage-point rate increases for 2023.