Arnold explains how Socceroos will deal with loss of Milligan and intense Kuwaiti heat

The veteran defender was sent back on Monday to his English League One club Southend United after picking up a minor leg injury, most likely aggravated by playing fatigue.Melbourne Victory youngster Thomas Deng will plug the gap in the backline, but Arnold is yet to decide who will skipper the side in the

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NRL 2019 finals: Brookvale Oval, Lottoland cleared to host Sea Eagles vs Sharks

Manly will play Saturday’s home final against Cronulla at Lottoland, with the NRL accepting a report from the local council declaring the venue safe from asbestos. The league confirmed on Monday night the Sea Eagles would be able to play at their spiritual home in Brookvale, just days after the discovery of small

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British Airways strike for pilots to impact Qantas passengers

The pilots are taking industrial action on September 9 and 10. The airline is warning travellers booked on cancelled flights over the next few days not to go to the airport."If you have a flight booked with us on or around those dates, it is likely that you will not be able to

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‘Too late to leave’ as Gold Coast hinterland fire threatens lives again

"Conditions are now very dangerous and firefighters are unable to prevent the fire advancing," QFES warned."The fire poses a threat to all lives directly in its path."Fire crews may not be able to protect your property."The warning came after Scenic Rim mayor Greg Christensen confirmed the heritage-listed Binna Burra Lodge, built in 1933,

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Auction clearances show a market in turnaround

"This means the number of auctions has had no impact on clearance rates, regardless of how fast prices are rising or falling or the level of interest rates."One main reason for this is every property is unique, said Mr Wiltshire, who was formerly at the Reserve Bank and the Grattan Institute."On a given

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‘Hug your kids’: Dad’s heartbreaking letter after learning of son’s sudden death in conference room

A ‘workaholic’ father in the US has posted a heartbreaking open letter after learning of his son’s sudden, tragic death while sitting in a conference room.JR Storment’s eight-year-old son Wiley, a twin, passed away in his sleep three weeks ago with little warning.The death was later put down to a rare complication of

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Russia, Ukraine swap prisoners

Russia and Ukraine have carried out a long-awaited prisoner swap in a step that could thaw a deep freeze in relations since Moscow's annexation of the Crimea region in 2014.While the unfolding exchange could help rebuild confidence between Moscow and Kiev and allow them to start negotiating seriously on other issues, any road

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Chronic conductive hearing loss linked to speech recognition deficits

Chronic conductive hearing loss, which can result from middle-ear infections, has been linked to speech recognition deficits, according to the results of a new study, led by scientists at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and published September 6 in the journal Ear and Hearing. This study suggests that not properly treating infections or other

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Could Australians die from using popular product?

The fallout from a controversial Californian court decision which found the commonly used herbicide Roundup causes cancer, is now being felt in Australia.Hundreds of users of Roundup here are preparing legal cases against chemical giant Monsanto, the manufacturer of the weed killer. Their cases add to the already 17,000 cases launched in the

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Ashes, UK media launch collective effort to muster England XI as Aussie victory looms

The UK media are calling on Joe Root and his men to "show some balls" as the hosts desperately try and cling to their Ashes hopes with Australia leading after day three of the fourth Test.Australia are just one win away from retaining the urn after taking a commanding 297 run lead after

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