The right type of Reynolds shows up to roll the Rabbits

The right type of Reynolds shows up to roll the Rabbits

Posted April 14, 2017 18:43:39 Photo: It is not always pretty, but Josh Reynolds has got the job done yet again. (AAP: Dean Lewins) Related Story: Broncos somehow beat Titans in frantic finish to all-Queensland clash He does not have Cooper Cronk’s kicking game, Johnathan Thurston’s cut-out ball or Shaun Johnson fleet feet, but Josh Reynolds has sparked his Bulldogs to yet another victory, over South Sydney. Reynolds was more influential than a number of players with more recognisable talent and athleticism in the Bulldogs’ 24-9 win over the Rabbitohs…

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Russia boycotts Eurovision after contestant barred from entering Ukraine

Russia boycotts Eurovision after contestant barred from entering Ukraine

Posted April 14, 2017 18:15:15 Photo: Yulia Samoylova was barred from entering Ukraine because she toured Crimea. (AP: Maria Antipina) Related Story: Australia’s short but colourful history at the Eurovision song contest Related Story: Australia takes chance on Firebrace for Eurovision 2017 Russia will not take part in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, organisers say, after host country Ukraine barred its entrant from entering the country. Key points: Ukraine barred Russia’s Eurovision entrant from entering the country because she performed a show in Crimea Ukraine says she violated government regulation…

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AFL's 'third man up' rule causes more umpiring confusion

AFL's 'third man up' rule causes more umpiring confusion

Posted April 15, 2017 07:51:53 Photo: Andrew Swallow (right) was fuming after being pinged for a ruck infringement. (AAP: Joe Castro) The umpiring in the AFL has caused more confusion and anger, with the ‘third man up’ rule and deliberate out of bounds the latest in the spotlight. During the off-season the AFL controversially announced only one nominated ruckman would be able to take part in a contest. A number of players expressed their anger at the rule changes at the time and we got a clear picture as to…

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Satellite photos show N.Korea nuclear site set for test

Satellite photos show N.Korea nuclear site set for test

“The activity during the past six weeks is suggestive of the final preparations for a test,” 38 North analyst Joseph Bermudez told CNN. He and other analysts pore over commercial satellite imagery of the testing site, looking for signs of activity similar to that prior to other tests. “We watch what changes from image to image,” he said. “We take the current image and look back several months and compare it to what was happening then.” After an uptick in recent months, recent satellite images show excavation work and water…

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Sunrise’s big win against Today

Sunrise’s big win against Today

THE breakfast TV wars will see Sunrise broadcast from the Logies for the first time in years in a bid to one-up rivals Today. Confidential can reveal the Channel 7 show has, in a major coup, secured the Logies’ headline acts to perform exclusively on their morning-after show rather than on Nine, which hosts the Logies. In another blow for the Channel 9 breakfast show after a run of unfavourable ratings, rival Sunrise locked in James Bluntand Andy Grammer for their only breakfast TV performances the day after the awards….

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