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  1. Our man in Havana: Holmes returns from Cuba to address Sharks futureRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Age

    The last thing Flanagan wants is for the speculation on his star No. 1's future to drag on and turn into a "soap opera".

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  2. Makeup free Lara Bingle shows off her flawless complexionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 15 | Daily Mail

    Off-duty chic! Makeup free Lara Bingle shows off her flawless complexion as she steps out in a stylish ensemble during outing with son Racer, two, and a friend in Los Angeles But Lara Worthington is now back in her adopted hometown of Los Angeles, and was spotted out and about with son Racer, two, and a gal pal on Wednesday. Off-duty chic! Makeup free Lara Bingle shows off her flawless complexion as she steps out in a stylish ensemble during outing with son Racer, two, and a friend in Los Angeles The Cronulla-born model appeared to be makeup free and let her glowing, flawless complexion radiate under a pair of black sunglasses she accessorised with.

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  3. 'Green rocket man': Mark prepares for Victorian rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Fairfield City Champion

    If Mark Doble had a dollar for everytime someone stopped and asked him a question about his Trisled rotovelo he could probably buy his own plane and fly across Australia. Up to four times a week he can be found "cranking the pedals" - as he calls it - across Sydney including Cronulla, Windsor, Epping, Campbelltown and of course in his own backyard of Fairfield.

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  4. Racing: Shark savages Coupland's rivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | The New Zealand Herald

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  5. Former St George-Illawarra player renovates The Frat's games roomRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Illawarra Mercury

    The Fraternity Club might be known as the 'home of football' but it was a former Australian rugby league international who was responsible for the club's latest renovation. Former State of Origin enforcer Beau Scott was the main player behind the Fairy Meadow club's new whiz-bang kids games room.

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  6. Racing: Shark set to devour rivals in Riccarton feature todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | The New Zealand Herald

    Te Akau Shark could provide National Rugby League legend Paul Gallen with a brief focus away from his hefty league schedule with the Cronulla Sharks next autumn if he lives up to expectations at Riccarton today. Gallen, the veteran back-rower who is set to undergo his record-breaking 19th consecutive season with the Sharks, is a part-owner of Te Akau Shark, who will start an odds-on favourite in the $230,000 Gr.2 Coupland's Bakeries Mile .

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  7. Cup Week in Christchurch: Te Akau Shark makes Cronulla Shark Paul Gallen a happy ownerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Stuff.co.nz

    Paul Gallen, back row on left, and mates celebrate the dominating win of Te Akau Shark in the Coupland's Bakeries Mile at Riccarton. Australian rugby league tough guy Paul Gallen admits he doesn't know much about racing, but he's enjoying beginner's luck.

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  8. Paul Gallen to cheer on Te Akau Shark at Cup Week in ChristchurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Stuff.co.nz

    Gallen is a shareholder in the appropriately named Te Akau Shark, who is a red-hot favourite to win the Coupland's Bakeries Mile, the midweek galloping highlight of Canterbury's famous Cup week. Gallen, the Sharks hardman who led them to the NRL championship win in 2016, has watched Te Akau Shark's four wins from five starts on television in Sydney, but he will be making a guest appearance at Riccarton on Wednesday.

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  9. Be thankful sloganeering PM stayed on his bus tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Sydney Morning Herald

    I cannot agree with Peter FitzSimons' disappointment over Prime Minister Scott Morrison's absence from the centenary of the Armistice commemorations in Paris . One cannot compare the elegance, intelligence and compassion contained in the French President's speech with the sort of slogans we have had inflicted on us by our bus travelling PM.

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  10. Heartbroken millionaire racehorse owner's wife is still in a coma 10 weeks after crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 11 | Daily Mail

    'Totally disgusted' millionaire racehorse owner slams police officer for not attending court after he was charged over car crash that has left his wife in a 10-week coma Prominent racing figure Bert Vieira has slammed the police officer facing charges over the crash that left his wife in a coma for not attending court. Senior Constable Harry Thomas Little, 40, has been charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm after an on-duty collision, injuring Gai Vieira, in Cronulla, in Sydney, at about midday on September 5. Little was allegedly driving at a dangerous speed when his NSW Police Ford Falcon XR6 hit Ms Vieira's Mercedes at the Kingsway and Connels Road intersection, according to court documents.

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  11. Transformers: Fijian visit works both ways for NRL starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | The Age

    The image that most resonates with Victor Radley and David Nofoaluma, among the half dozen rugby league stars who spent last week in Fiji, is seeing how little the locals have and how grateful they are for it. "There was a kid with one tyre on his bike, no seat and a bit of rope tied to a cart so he could tow his mate," Radley said.

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  12. Democracy of air travel wins out over jingoismRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Sydney Morning Herald

    News of Virgin's plan to give veterans priority boarding came out of my radio and hit me, hard, with a great wallop of patriotic disappointment. It had a figurative force somehow equivalent to Billy Slater's famous shoulder charge that skittled Cronulla's flying Sosaia Feki.

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  13. Manly and outgoing coach Trent Barrett reach bizarre agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | NEWS.com.au

    Manly have reached a bizarre agreement with Trent Barrett that the outgoing coach will continue to be paid, but won't have front up to club headquarters or training. Barrett was a no-show at Sea Eagles pre-season training on Friday, avoiding awkward scenes as his four-month stand-off continued.

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  14. Melbourne Cup revellers wake up with VERY blurry memories of the night beforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Daily Mail

    'We're both so happy': Mohamed Hadid's fiancee gushed about their 'effortless' relationship in an interview published on the SAME day his three-year affair with a Polish model was exposed Plenty of Melbourne Cup revellers will be feeling a little worse for wear after a fun-filled day celebrating the race that stops the nation. Australians, as always, let loose as they celebrated wins, losses, and the start of what's known as 'the silly season' in the run up to Christmas.

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  15. Stamp duty changes 'out of touch' with real cost of housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Illawarra Mercury

    State Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced this week the tax would be indexed in line with inflation from next July , which could save the average home buyers about $500 - but the benefit should increase over time. Jesse Smith and his girlfriend Sarah Hill are set to move out of Cronulla once they find the perfect house in the Illawarra because you get "more bang for your buck" in the region.

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  16. Tackle-free rugby league programs offered to boost participationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 3 | Sydney Morning Herald

    In a bid to boost participation figures and to allay concerns over potential injuries, the New South Wales Rugby League has started a new non-contact competition. The game, titled Blues Tag, is aimed at boys and girls aged between 11 and 17 and is scheduled to avoid clashes with traditional full-tackle fixtures.

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  17. Cook chasing a $4m payday to stay at SouthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 3 | Sydney Morning Herald

    South Sydney are in danger of losing Damien Cook after the superstar hooker opted to test his value on the open market. Cook headlines a list of marquee names that are able to talk with clubs from November 1, including Valentine Holmes, Luke Brooks, Cooper Cronk, Shaun Johnson, Tariq Sims, Dylan Napa, Clint Gutherson, Corey Norman and Dylan Walker.

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  18. The Kick-off: The sports stories you need to know this morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | NEWS.com.au

    LIVE: Welcome to Fox Sports' daily roundup of the stories you need to know about in the world of sports right now. Join us every weekday morning from 6.30am - 9am.

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  19. Man drowns at Royal National Park beach after cliff jumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | The Age

    A lifesaver who was one of the first on the scene of a drowning in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, said warning signs were not enough to prevent further tragedies at the popular beach. A 20-year-old man drowned after jumping from the cliff into the lagoon with two friends at Wattamolla Beach shortly before 7pm on Thursday.

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  20. Taumalolo and Taukeiaho nominated for Golden Boot awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Matangi Tonga

    Siosiua Taukeiaho and Jason Taumalolo in a training session at Pangai Lahi, Nuku'alofa, prior to the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. 13 October 2017.

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