Will the TB RB go over/under 99.5 total yds in week 11?
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Will the TB RB go over/under 99.5 total yds in week 11?
Travis Head has narrowly avoided injury after blazing a counter-attacking Test century off 85 balls to reassert Australia's dominance and justify his own selection for the Ashes opener.The South Australian narrowly pipped Usman Khawaja to play at the Gabba and validated the decision with an innings that swung momentum back the hosts' way.
A man is due to face court accused of igniting a fire at an inner west Sydney hotel that killed the pub's cat earlier this week.About 20 people including staff, patrons and residents were rescued from the second-floor awning of Marrickville's Royal Exchange Hotel, with several treated for smoke inhalation following a fire just before midnight on Monday.
Parramatta have found their replacement for Reed Mahoney with Canberra hooker Josh Hodgson to join the NRL club from 2023.AAP understands Hodgson has agreed to terms on a deal with the Eels, ending more than six months of speculation over his future in the nation's capital after being told he could look elsewhere.
US and Israeli defence chiefs are expected to discuss possible military exercises to prepare for a worst-case scenario to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities should diplomacy fail, a senior US official says.The scheduled US talks with visiting Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz follow an October 25 briefing by Pentagon leaders to White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan on the full set of military options available to ensure that Iran would not be able to produce a nuclear weapon, the
A future full of delivery drones and commuters flying to work is a tiny step closer, with the signing of a government agreement to develop advanced aerial mobility.The federal and Victorian governments have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a safe a sustainable AAM industry.
A woman whose mother died from COVID-19 after living at St Basil's says excusing the nursing home's operators from an inquest would be a "slap in the face".Kon Kontis and Vicki Kos were running the Melbourne aged care home in July last year when a COVID-19 outbreak led to the deaths of 45 residents.
After years of looking abroad for answers, countries in the Middle East now appear to instead be talking to each other to find solutions following two decades defined by war and political upheaval.The American withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq have played a part in that change.
A delusional man thought he was stabbing a vampire when he struck a police officer in the neck with scissors before threatening a family with a shovel, a court has heard.Richard Zoltan Babos was suffering from a drug-induced psychosis when approached by the policeman and a colleague in Inala, south of Brisbane, in May 2019 over goods he stole about 10 days earlier.
Cody Walker is adamant his livewire approach won't be dimmed by Adam Reynolds' departure, insisting he can still play the same way for South Sydney in 2022.Despite Jason Demetriou taking over from Wayne Bennett and Reynolds leaving for Brisbane, the Rabbitohs' NRL off-season mantra has been they don't need to reinvent the wheel.
The Northern Territory police have launched an investigation into the anti-corruption watchdog.It's understood the investigation is looking into how and why the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption's office awarded several supply contracts.
The first of a new squadron of F-35A Lightning II supersonic fighter jets have touched down in the Northern Territory.The Joint Strike Fighters replace the Royal Australian Airforce's F/A-18A/B Classic Hornet fleet, which flew for 33 years.
President Joe Biden says the US will take a more direct role in diplomacy to address Russia's concerns over Ukraine and Europe at large, part of a broader effort to dissuade Vladimir Putin from ordering an invasion of Ukraine.But any negotiations to peacefully resolve Europe's tangled East-West rivalries will present minefields all their own for the US president.
A Victorian man accused of causing "horrendous" injuries to a toddler allegedly told police he checked on her during the night and her injuries had "appeared".The 37-year-old Traralgon man is accused of intentionally causing serious injury to the 22-month-old daughter of his partner while home alone with her.
Australia's tax ombudsman has launched three investigations, including one into how the tax office manages objections.Inspector-General Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman Karen Payne said her office would also examine how the taxation commissioner exercises both its general and remedial powers.
Security was bolstered in a Brisbane courtroom after a man testifying about a fatal Australia Day brawl threatened a 20-year-old accused of manslaughter.Joshua Elkerton-Sandy is facing a committal hearing in Brisbane Magistrates Court after being charged over the death of Kane Alexanderson last year.
AUSTRALIAN VACCINATION NUMBERS:* There have been 39,934,482 doses administered in the national COVID-19 vaccination rollout up to Wednesday, including 95,224 in the previous 24 hours.* Of the total, 23,776,365 have been administered by the Commonwealth, an increase of 64,920 on the previous 24 hours.
The number of journalists behind bars reached a global high in 2021, according to a new report from the non-profit Committee to Protect Journalists, which says 293 reporters were in jail as of December 1 this year.At least 24 journalists were killed because of their coverage, and 18 others died in circumstances that make it too difficult to determine whether they were targeted because of their work, the CPJ said on Thursday in its annual survey on press freedom and attacks on the media.
The number of Australians taking up private health insurance has increased for the first time in five years as people crave "peace of mind" in the pandemic.A new report from the consumer watchdog found more than half the population - around 14 million people - had some form of private health cover in June 2021, an increase of 1.
An engineering company has been fined $300,000 over the death of a worker and injuring of another at a former Victorian cheese processing factory.Andrew Buchanan Engineering Ltd was sentenced without conviction in the Melbourne County Court on Thursday after earlier pleading guilty to two charges of failing to ensure that the workplace under its management and control was safe and without risks to health.
US President Joe Biden will gather 111 world leaders in a virtual meeting dubbed the Summit for Democracy, in what Washington hopes will be a boost for global democracy threatened by an increase in authoritarian rulers.US officials promise a year of action will follow the two-day conference but preparations have been overshadowed by questions over some invitees' democratic credentials, and complaints from uninvited countries.