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    Jones in contention for Socceroos recall

    Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk has given a strong indication Brad Jones is in contention for a national-team recall.

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    Doping inquiry schedule unchanged: RV boss

    A hearing into a horse racing doping investigation will go ahead as planned despite the publication of evidence used to charge the trainers involved.

  • Aguero weighs legal action after Cup clash
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    Aguero weighs legal action after Cup clash

    Sergio Aguero could take legal action after a supporter confronted the Manchester City striker at the end of their FA Cup loss at Wigan Athletic.

  • Te'o has no worries facing hostile crowd
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    Te'o has no worries facing hostile crowd

    Ben Te'o has shrugged off any anti-English enmity at Murrayfield on Saturday having been exposed to more hostile environments, like Australia's State of Origin.

  • Aust shares flat in no-surprises session
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    Aust shares flat in no-surprises session

    After Wall Street was closed overnight Australian investors limited their activity on Tuesday amid a solid but unsurprising string of profit results.

  • Worner backs HR stance as Seven ups profit
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    Worner backs HR stance as Seven ups profit

    Seven West Media boss Tim Worner is confident the company has taken the necessary steps to rebuild its reputation following a drama filled year.

  • Green denial but Cowboys to do it for JT
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    Green denial but Cowboys to do it for JT

    Back-rower Gavin Cooper says North Queensland will be out to "do it for JT" in their NRL trial against Melbourne but admits coach Paul Green will deny it.

  • Miners and banks pull share market lower
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    Miners and banks pull share market lower

    The share market is weaker after morning trade as the heavyweight banks and miners have lost ground.

  • Super Retail Group to buy Macpac for $135m
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    Super Retail Group to buy Macpac for $135m

    Super Retail Group, whose first-half profit has fallen three per cent, has agreed to buy NZ outdoor brand Macpac for $A135 million.

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    Brisbane City backs Ballymore rebuild push

    A-League expansion contenders Brisbane City have backed a push for a redevelopment of Ballymore Stadium, their intended home ground.

  • English Roses loom as Comm Games threat
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    English Roses loom as Comm Games threat

    Under coach Tracey Neville England has emerged as arguably Australia's greatest threat for a fourth netball gold from six Commonwealth Games.

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    AAFC to push second tier with FIFA, AFC

    The lobby group pushing for an A-League second division will present their case to FIFA and AFC officials in a series of meetings this week.

  • Jaguar F-Pace shows startling performance
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    Jaguar F-Pace shows startling performance

    Can a "performance SUV" remain worthy of the name if it's only got a four-cylinder engine? Jaguar's F-Pace answers the question.

  • Hunt's future in the hands of Rugby Aust
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    Hunt's future in the hands of Rugby Aust

    Karmichael Hunt's Wallabies future is in the hands of Rugby Australia after he avoided a conviction for drugs charges in court on Monday.

  • Cocaine charge dropped against Hunt
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    Cocaine charge dropped against Hunt

    Rugby union international Karmichael Hunt has had a drugs charge dropped due to a lack of evidence but has been fined $600.

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    Veteran jockey Ted Durcan retires

    Classic-winning jockey Ted Durcan has announced his retirement after 25 years in the saddle.

  • Horton not interested in 200m defence
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    Horton not interested in 200m defence

    Olympic champion Mack Horton says he has not considered defending his 200m freestyle crown at the national swim titles after winning it last year by "accident".

  • Teenager Day in 100m-200m athletics double
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    Teenager Day in 100m-200m athletics double

    Teenager Riley Day has completed the sprint double at the Commonwealth Games track and field trials.

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    Coaches consider AFLX worthwhile exercise

    The inaugural AFLX tournaments have been a worthwhile exercise according to the coaches, even though opted not to play most of their stars.

  • Return to No.1 beyond my dreams - Federer
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    Return to No.1 beyond my dreams - Federer

    Roger Federer says even he didn't think he would ever be back at World No.1 again after a horror injury run.

  • Federer becomes oldest world number one
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    Federer becomes oldest world number one

    Roger Federer thanked his fans and said it was a great career achievement to be the oldest ever world No.1.

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    Niculescu counters Wozniacki in grunt row

    Monica Niculescu has hit back at Caroline Wozniacki after a grunting row erupted during their Qatar Open clash.

  • Bennett to continue as England coach
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    Bennett to continue as England coach

    NRL veteran Wayne Bennett has reportedly agreed to continue as England's head rugby league coach.

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    South Korea wins historic sliding gold

    South Korean slider Yun Sung Bin has claimed the home nation's second gold medal of the Pyeongchang Games with victory in the men's skeleton.

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    New A-League clubs decided this year: FFA

    Football Federation Australia next month will announce a process to decide two new A-League clubs for the 2019/20 season.