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Australia's Ashes XI rated by Ed Cowan

australia's ashes xi rated by ed cowan
Former Test opener Ed Cowan, who wore the Baggy Green from 2011 to 2013, has his say on the current Australia XI ahead of next week's Ashes opener against England at the Gabba.
MailOnline

There will be no gifts at Gabba, but Ashes heat is on Australia

If England can draw or even triumph in Brisbane, pressure on their Ashes rivals will be ramped up.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: U.S. Nuclear General Says He Would Resist "Illegal" Nuclear Order From Trump

U.S. Nuclear General Says He Would Resist "Illegal" Nuclear Order From Trump 00:52

On Saturday, the United States' top nuclear commander was quoted as saying that he would resist an "illegal" order to launch nuclear weapons by President Donald Trump.
Source: Wochit News -

News video: AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64 00:35

Malcolm Young, who founded the Australian rock band AC/DC along with his brother Angus, has died at age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years. Malcolm Young was a songwriter, backing..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: AC/DC Co-Founder Malcolm Young Has Died at 64

AC/DC Co-Founder Malcolm Young Has Died at 64 00:43

Young died peacefully with his family by his side. He had lived with dementia for several years.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: AC/DC Guitarist Malcolm Young Dies At 64

AC/DC Guitarist Malcolm Young Dies At 64 00:46

AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young has died after battling dementia for several years, the band announced Saturday. He was 64. Young died at home with his family at this bedside, the band..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Sunil Grover IGNORES Kapil Sharma’s “FIRANGI”

Sunil Grover IGNORES Kapil Sharma’s “FIRANGI” 01:19

After presenting himself as a comedian and the lead actor in his debut film 'Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon', Kapil Sharma is back to tickle your funny bones with his next titled 'Firangi'. Comedian Sunil..
Source: IANS INDIA -

 

The Coming Economic Downturn In Canada

the coming economic downturn in canada
Authored by Deb Shaw via MarketsNow.com, · Canadian GDP growth has outperformed this year, helping the Canadian dollar · As GDP growth slows and the Bank of Canada turns neutral, catalysts..
Zero Hedge

Ashes: Former England bowler Chris Tremlett gives advice

ashes: former england bowler chris tremlett gives advice
The man who took the wicket in Sydney that clinched a famous Ashes triumph has urged England’s back-up bowlers to be ready to grab their chance when it comes in Australia.
MailOnline

Jonathan Kaplan: Australia cannot lay all blame for defeat at the referee

jonathan kaplan: australia cannot lay all blame for defeat at the referee
There can be little doubt that Australia did not get the rub of the green at Twickenham yesterday but it would be unfair to say that the Wallabies lost because of the performance of referee Ben..
New Zealand Herald

Bone, ochre and shifting sand of Mungo Man

The remains of an Aboriginal elder who lived 42,000 years ago have returned home. Many hope the journey will be a new starting point for Australia.
SBS

England rookies set on familiar pitches

Mark Stoneman and Dawid Malan are the least experienced members of England's top six, but have been the most comfortable batsmen on Australia so far this tour.
SBS

Australia's reputation faces 'serious' risks if Adani loan goes ahead: Figueres

Providing a $1 billion loan to underwrite Adani's proposed mega coal mine would "unpick the progress" of the Paris climate agreement.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rally Australia WRC: Hyundai's Neuville maintains lead in the rain

Thierry Neuville survived the elements to hold his Rally Australia lead after the morning's first three stages, which were all rain-affected
Autosport

Jones shrugs off Cheika's concern over tight calls

jones shrugs off cheika's concern over tight calls
England coach Eddie Jones dismisses claims his side were lucky after a series of tight calls in their 30-6 victory over Australia.
BBC Sport

Jones revels in England's victory over Australia - reaction & highlights

jones revels in england's victory over australia - reaction & highlights
England coach Eddie Jones dismisses claims his side were lucky after a series of tight calls in their 30-6 victory over Australia.
BBC Sport

Eddie Jones says England deserved win over Australia

eddie jones says england deserved win over australia
England coach Eddie Jones dismisses claims his side were lucky after a series of tight calls in their 30-6 victory over Australia.
BBC News

Defence the best form of attack, says England winger Daly

defence the best form of attack, says england winger daly
Elliot Daly credited England’s late try-scoring onslaught against Australia to their ability to turn a stern defence into clinical counter-attack.
MailOnline

England 30 Australia 6: Eddie Jones' men roast Aussies and lift Cook Cup

england 30 australia 6: eddie jones' men roast aussies and lift cook cup
EDDIE JONES heaped praise on his men after they pulled off their biggest win over the Aussies and Dylan Hartley walked up to lift the Cook Cup.
Daily Star

Ned Hanigan and Adam Coleman on their way home from spring tour for surgery

Adam Coleman and Ned Hanigan are on their way home from the spring tour and will miss Australia's next match against Scotland.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Michael Cheika says there is no point contacting World Rugby about refereeing decisions

Michael Cheika says there is no point making a complaint to World Rugby about a number of refereeing decisions he believes were incorrect in Australia's biggest ever defeat to England in 108 years.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Ardern 'not dissuaded' on Manus stand, despite upsetting Australia

ardern 'not dissuaded' on manus stand, despite upsetting australia
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she's not dissuaded in her bid to take 150 Manus Island refugees despite pushback from the Australian Government.Ardern said upsetting New Zealand's political allies..
New Zealand Herald


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