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Man trapped down 15 metre pit on Cronulla building site

A man is trapped in a pit 15 metres deep, after material collapsed on him at a construction site in Sydney's south.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

James Maloney expects to be at Cronulla Sharks in 2018, despite speculation of move

James Maloney plans on returning to Cronulla after the World Cup despite endless speculation about his future.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Woman picks up lost shark with bare hands

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Melissa Hatheier picks up a shark in a rock pool with her bare hands and returns it to the ocean in the Sydney suburb of Cronulla. (BNO News/ Cronulla Real Estate)
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News video: Woman throws shark back into sea after it got into Sydney ocean pool

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Sydney (Australia), Oct 12 (ANI): An Australian real estate agent has become an internet hit after a video of her calmly picking up a shark and throwing it out of an ocean pool went viral on social..
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News video: Australian real estate agent throws shark back into the ocean

Australian real estate agent throws shark back into the ocean 00:23

Sydney woman becomes an internet hit after she calmly picks up a Port Jackson shark and throws it out of an ocean pool
Source: Reuters - Viral Video -

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Melissa Hatheier picks up a shark in a rock pool with her bare hands and returns it to the ocean in the Sydney suburb of Cronulla. The shark is thought is have got lost during high tide.
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News video: Woman Wrangles Shark From Sydney Rock Pool

Woman Wrangles Shark From Sydney Rock Pool 00:30

A swimmer was filmed picking up a shark found trapped in a Sydney ocean pool and throwing it back into the sea on Tuesday, October 9. Melissa Hatheier, who works at a Cronulla real estate agency, was..
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NRL veteran Chris Heighington joins Newcastle Knights

Newcastle have snapped up two-time premiership winner Chris Heighington after the veteran NRL forward was let go by Cronulla.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeSBS

Woman picks up shark, throws it out of Cronulla ocean pool

A woman has been captured on film picking up a one-metre shark in a Cronulla rock pool and throwing it back into the ocean.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

ANZ Stadium showpiece among quartet of NRL double-headers in 2018

Parramatta, Cronulla, Manly and South Sydney will take part in back-to-back matches in Sydney in round three next season.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Rugby League World Cup 2017: Wade Graham's Australian dream comes true

The Cronulla back-rower remembers wearing green and gold facepaint to an Australian Test two decades ago and has strived to play for the country ever since.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Australia coach Mal Meninga backs Andrew Fifita switch to Tonga for World Cup

The Cronulla prop withdrew from Meninga's World Cup party on Thursday and was promptly named in Tonga's squad.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Cronulla Sharks on the verge of signing Matt Moylan in Panthers swap for James Maloney

The Sharks are on the verge of luring Matt Moylan to Cronulla on a four-year $3.6 million contract.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NRL stands firm on record fines for Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles over referee sprays

The NRL has stood firm on its record fines against Cronulla and Manly for their referee sprays, turning down the clubs' appeals.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NRL stands by fines for ref spray

The NRL have confirmed Cronulla and Manly will be fined $30,000 and $20,000 respectively for their coach's criticism of the referees during the finals.
SBS

Refs boss Archer fine with Sharks, Manly

NRL referees boss Tony Archer insists his relationship with Manly and Cronulla is fine after their week-one outbursts following each teams' exits.
SBS

Jack Bird unsure which position he'll play when he joins Brisbane Broncos

Just where multimillion-dollar Cronulla recruit Jack Bird plays at the Broncos next year is still a mystery.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Cronulla Sharks' up ante in pursuit of Penrith Panthers' Matt Moylan

The Sharks have ramped up their pursuit of Matt Moylan in the hope the representative star will be granted a release from the Panthers.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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