Roosters star Victor Radley should go out and buy a lottery ticket, because — despite his side’s semi-final loss — it appears to be his lucky day.
Pregnant women are among more than 100 people who will enter isolation after a patient at a Melbourne hospital tested positive for Covid-19.
Canberra has recorded 15 new Covid-19 transmissions, tipping the national capital’s total outbreak to over 600 cases.
The Geraldton section of the Naval Association of Australia is building back up, offering support and mateship to local veterans.
Judge Burrows said with meth the “stock and trade” of his “lucrative” and sophisticated drug business, Edwards was the “principal beneficiary” and had commercial gain.
Another 1331 new local Covid-19 infections have been recorded in NSW as police attempt to quash anti-lockdown protests in Sydney.
Community services worker Ron Bertelsen chats one-on-one ahead of the October 16 local government elections.
“Charlotte Polmear — she is definitely one of the biggest threats on that side. She’s an absolute weapon.”
And although Norths are resounding favourites, with 17 wins from as many games in 2021, Lavery is loath to harbour any thoughts of complacency.
‘Even though I’m not physically able, I still have a strong desire for this community and the history of this town’.
Fellow grand finalists Pegasus, however, still harbour hope of causing a boilover, having regularly challenged Norths leading up to the title-decider.
“I’m quietly confident we’ll have a good crack at it, as we always do.”
In the 2020 Boulder Cup, former top three-year-old stayer Friar Fox bounced back to her best, brilliantly winning for jockey Shaun O’Donnell.
“I just think that’s a basic right, a dignified meal that these people are chasing.”
The Roos, with 12 wins en route to the minor premiership, have been the benchmark all season.
Kangas now boast more experience, have critical pillars across every line and can take confidence from the most recent result between the two teams
“I’m really, really passionate about the environment and I just teach it every day in the classroom with my geography kids about climate change and taking positive action to create a bigger change.”
The winners were announced at an awards evening at the Goldfields Arts Centre last night.
It has been a season of highs and lows for Boulder, who strung together four successive wins between rounds eight and 12.
“It’s the little things that go a long way, I feel like it does help retain some staff and we’re always trying to create a good workplace culture for all our staff.”
“I just want to get the miles in his legs because he’s going from 1300m to 2100m and we need to address that before the Kalgoorlie Cup.”
But a gold royalty hike was yesterday ruled out by a State Government spokeswoman.
Despite the Tigers’ late surge, Kalgoorlie claimed the minor premiership with six wins
Coach Tim Rowatt is encouraged — rather than shocked — by his squad’s change in fortunes, given the hurdles they have had to overcome in 2021.
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