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With British superstar Robbie Williams ready to win over footy fans with his pre-game show at today's AFL Grand Final, it is time to turn back the clock to some of the stars who have gone before him at the MCG on footy's big day.
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While some gave us 'dad jokes', others sacrificed what they loved so we could live the best lives. Some lauded us even when we lost and only pushed us to do better, whereas others encouraged us to dream big. Well, over the years, Hindi films also ...
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Aston Martin's Stroll couldn't do better than a time of 1 minute 21.418 seconds in the first stage of qualifying. He immediately set up the back of the starting grid with teammate Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) and Williams' drivers, ...
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Michael Cohen, who was sentenced to three years in prison for violating campaign-finance laws for former President Donald Trump as well as bank and tax fraud, criticized New York prosecutors for their leniency with a former colleague at the Trump ...
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Alastair Clarkson will coach North Melbourne in 2023 after agreeing to a five-year deal, while Essendon will be under pressure from some quarters to consider James Hird to return as coach.
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Alastair Clarkson has made his choice. Clarkson today announced he would take over at North Melbourne on a five-year deal, with the Kangaroos beating out North Melbourne for the super-coach's signature. North Melbourne great David King was live on SEN ...
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The Australian government is continuing to make diplomatic representations to Indonesia following the proposed early release of the bomb-maker who assembled the explosives used in the Bali bombings. Umar Patek. (Source: Getty).
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Alastair Clarkson's self-confessed coaching 'circus' is over, with the four-time premiership mentor choosing to return to his old club and lead North Melbourne next season.
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One of the terrorists behind the horrific 2002 Bali bombing attacks will be released after just serving half of his 20 year sentence behind bars. The terror attack saw bombs detonated at three locations in Bali and left 202 people dead, including 88 ...
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