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Gallery: Hawks and Bulldogs training

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Gallery: Hawks and Bulldogs training Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston
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Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs take to Aurora Stadium for training ahead of Sunday’s AFL clash. Picture: Scott Gelston

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Dragons fire on home turf: Photos

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Dragons fire on home turf: Photos Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY
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Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Bendigo Dragons win 42-32 over the Berwick Miners at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

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Gallery: Rocherlea v South LauncestonNTFA

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Gallery: Rocherlea v South Launceston | NTFA NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler
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NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA | Rocherlea v South Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

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Man responsible for 1984 Marulan kidnap and assault added to NSW Most Wanted

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A man convicted over the kidnapping and sexual assault of a woman in the 1980s has been added to NSW Police Force’s Most Wanted list.
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A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 48-year-old Al Green.

In January 1984, a 17-year-old girl was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a man along the Hume Highway near Marulan.

Following an extensive investigation, police from Monaro Local Area Command arrested Mr Green in 2012 and charged him with detain for advantage and assault-related offences.

He pleaded guilty; however, a warrant was issued when he failed to appear at his sentencing hearing in January 2014.

Green has now been added to the NSW Police Force’s Most Wanted list and investigating officers are appealing for anyone who may know of his whereabouts to contact them.

He’s described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 175cm and 180cm tall, with medium build and brown hair and eyes. He has a large scar on his forehead.

He was formerly known as Glen Alan Rozynski.

It’s believed he may be in the Strathfield or Marrickville regions of Sydney or interstate.

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Man ‘threatened with knife’ at East Nowra service station

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a service station attendant was allegedly threatened with a knife inEast Nowra early Sunday morning.
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About 2.25am, a 64-year-old attendantwas working at a service station on Kalandar Street, when a man entered the shop.

He allegedly approached the counter, threatened the attendant with a knife and demanded money.

The 64-year-old hit the man on the wrist with a metal pole.

Police claim the man then left the location while continuing to threaten the attendant.

Police were contacted and detectives from Shoalhaven Local Area Command attended, commencing an investigation.

A crime scene was established and investigations are continuing.

Investigators are appealing or information about the incident and would like to speak to a man aged about 40, wearing a dark blue hooded top, dark blue pants and fawn boots.

Anyone with information about this incidentshould call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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POLICE BRIEFS: Weapons charges, missing wallabies

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TWO men have been refused bail after a gun and knives were found in their car at Adamstown on Saturday night.
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Police had been searching for a Nissan Skyline they believed had been involved in a number of pursuits in recent days when they stopped a vehicle of a similar description at 8.30pm.

Officers found the firearm and knives before arresting and charging two men aged 22 and 21 with possessing those items.

They were refused bail to face Newcastle Local Court on Monday.

POLICE are investigating whether a number of wallabies that were kept at the University of Newcastle were stolen or released by vandals.

Police were called to the Callaghan campus on Saturday afternoon after reports that an enclosure had been broken into and a number of birds and wallabies were missing.

Some wallabies returned to the enclosure, but some remain outstanding.

Anyone with information is asked to call Newcastle police on 4929 0999.

Commonwealth Games: Shelley Watts strikes gold

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Commonwealth Games: Shelley Watts strikes gold Golden girl: Shelley Watts. Pic: Getty Images
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old medalist Shelley Watts (2ndL) of Australia poses with silver Laishram Devi (L) of India and bronze medalists Alanna Audley-Murphy of Northern Ireland and Maria Machongua of Mozambique during the medal ceremony for the Women’s Light (57 – 60kg). Pic: Getty Images

Golden girl: Shelley Watts. Pic: Getty Images

Golden girl: Shelley Watts. Pic: Getty Images

Golden girl: Shelley Watts. Pic: Getty Images

Golden girl: Shelley Watts. Pic: Getty Images

Shelley Watts of Australia celebrates winning the gold medal against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

The gold medal bout – Shelley Watts against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

Shelley Watts of Australia celebrates winning the gold medal against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

Shelley Watts of Australia celebrates winning the gold medal against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

The gold medal bout – Shelley Watts against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

The gold medal bout – Shelley Watts against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

Shelley Watts of Australia celebrates winning the gold medal against Laishram Devi of India. Pic: Getty Images

TweetFacebookMOREPhotos:Shelley Watts makes the gold medal boutPhotos:#Selfies4ShelleyThe latest:The Commonwealth GamesThere have been Australian female boxers of note, but there will never be another first Australian female gold medallist. That is Shelley Watts.

Nor has there been any Australian with the substantial career Watts now has ahead of her, with world championships and an Olympic Games on her agenda. Having taken up the sport in 2010, just as it was made legal and professional in Australia, the 26-year-old criminal law student has dominated the lightweight division in Glasgow, although her final, against India’s Laishram Devi, was rugged enough for Watts to describe it as a ‘war’.

Watts’s style may best be described in contrast to the bout before hers. In the women’s flyweight final, England’s Nicola Adams’s spunk and bluff took her a fair way towards a contentious split decision over Northern Ireland’s Michaela Walsh. ‘I was cheated,’ Walsh later tweeted.

Adams, the sport’s inaugural Olympic gold medallist at London in 2012 and a world number one with an iconic career already behind her, inhabits that celebrated crossover space between ringcraft and stagecraft. But if Adams has something of the Apollo Creed of women’s boxing about her, Shelley Watts is the Shelley Watts and none other.

There is little adornment or salesmanship; her boxing is nuggety and streamlined, as she bunches herself into a ball of efficiency that is ever on the advance. Her balance and speed suggest that she would be good at any number of sports, which indeed she was until a knee reconstruction curtailed her soccer and touch football days and sent her into a Lismore boxing gym four years ago.

There is plenty of personality in Watts’s boxing, but it’s not for show. Only after winning does she let loose her genuine happiness and kiss the camera. In the first round of her gold medal bout against Devi, she was consistently beaten to the punch.

She regrouped with coach Don Abnett and stuck to her plan, which was to wear Devi out with high-intensity combat. “The coaches knew she was going to tire eventually,” Watts said. “The fast pace was going to take its toll, and I knew I would have plenty in the tank.”

The second and third rounds were frenetic, Watts engaging the taller and more experienced Devi with rapid-fire exchanges and landing some heavy blows with her right hand. Her hair came loose from its moorings and her ponytail flew as her straight right kept pummelling Devi.

By the fourth, both fighters were clearly tired, though Watts said she still had energy to spare. By that stage she didn’t need it, as Devi was spent. “It was a great fight, it was a war,” Watts said. “Not a lot of tactics, just a lot of punches thrown, but sometimes you’ve just got to brawl it.”

Her wonderful tournament at an end, Watts was looking forward to having a plate of ribs and then getting home to reunite with her friends in Australia and her family on New South Wales’ north coast. For some, the sight of women boxing is as unseemly as women’s swimming appeared a hundred years ago in Kellerman’s time and women’s surfing fifty years ago in O’Donnell’s. Times change in big historic moments, and one has Shelley Watts’s kisser all over it.

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GALLERY: Feels like home … more than just a spectacular view

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GALLERY: Feels like home … more than just a spectacular view MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
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MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

MORE THAN JUST A GREAT VIEW: This home north west of Orange was built in 2008. Photo: MEGAN FOSTER

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The eggs-traordinary life of Scrambles the chicken: Photos

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The eggs-traordinary life of Scrambles the chicken: Photos Life started out in the usual way.
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Life started out in the usual way.

But it wasn’t long until life stomped me down – literally (Look closely, that’s me with the beak.)

Then Mum rescued me and life was a bed of roses….sort of.

And I met my best pal, Wuzi.

And I pretty much ruled the roost.

There were parties.

Happy birthday Nan!

Trips to the beach.

Even a visit to the snow.

I got my first pad.

And I laid my first egg!

Of course I had to take control of the remote – none of those sick cooking shows – how can you DO that to an egg?

Enough to leave you plum tuckered out.

But it hasn’t been all corn and skittles. We all have bad hair days.

And this was just ridiculous.

Christmas was a bit of a worry.

And then there was that brush with the law.

Oh the shame!

No, I’m not coming out.

But it’s all good. I’ve gone straight now and have a real job – laying the eggs for a 4.5 star hotel. I won’t be ruffling any more feathers but I won’t be going cheep either!

TweetFacebookScrambles had a tough start to life, squashed flat on the nest floor. Butshe’s a plucky little chicken and she’s had an incredible life.Follow the adventures of Scrambles by clicking or swiping through above.

Every kid needs a slide.

Smashing out a text on the iphone.

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Wesley’s sheepish return home

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Pet sheep Wesley is welcomed home by Gerogery’s Jessica and Alamdar Dastani and his mate Brutus. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYNWESLEY the sheep has been returned to a Gerogery couple after he was stolen last month but his mate the peacock is still missing.
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Alamdar and Jessica Dastani found the sheep dumped on the side of the road covered in blood and dirt near their property on Monday.

They knew it was their animal when Wesley responded when called by name.

“He’s extremely obedient and follows you better than a dog,” Mr Dastani said.

The sheep was also missing patches of wool.

“It was horrible seeing him like that but we are really happy to have him back,” Mr Dastani said.

The sheep and peacock were taken together but Mr Dastani said they still had no leads on the bird’s whereabouts.

“I think whoever stole it must be targeting peacocks,” he said.

Mr Dastani was worried the peacock would never return.

“If it is locked up for about two months it gets used to the place and when it is released it will never leave,” he said.

“Whoever has dropped the sheep off, hopefully they will do the same with the peacock.”

Mr Dastani urged people to raise the alarm if they noticed anybody with a peacock.

“Coming into spring they are quite noisy,” he said.

Source: Border Mail