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Former Springbok Naka Drotske shot during robbery

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World Cup-winning hooker said to be in a stable condition after being shot three times during an attempted robbery in Pretoria on Thursday.

Your weekend: our guide to what's on around Melbourne

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Your weekend: The best in music, theatre, festivals, food. markets and much more.

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Body art on display at the Australian Tattoo Expo

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The best tattoos artists from Australia and around the world have converged on Melbourne for the Australian Tattoo Expo.

'It’s hit him pretty hard': Prithvi Shaw out after freakish injury

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A saddened and shocked India have been forced to rejig their XI for next week's first Test, with teenage prodigy Prithvi Shaw suffering a freakish ankle injury.

Gallery: The best photos from around the world

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The best photos from the international wire services as chosen by our Picture Editors.

Don’t sign on dotted line yet: Sanity on stadiums might yet prevail

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Bloody hell, who saw that coming? When it comes to stopping #StadiumSplurge, new Opposition Leader, Michael Daley, is as serious as a ruptured testicle.

On-loan O'Neill earning his stripes in Mariners midfield

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Two seasons in England's unglamorous third tier has steeled on-loan Burnley midfielder Aiden O'Neill for a season-long scrap in the A-League with Central Coast.

Memo to creepy male pollies from the WWSU (Women With Stuff Upstairs)

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Men in Parliament may dare to turn their backs on female MPs, but they should expect the same treatment from female voters.

Sailing boss hits out over 'pulled' $600,000 as Olympic funding divides sports

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Against a background of stagnant federal sport funding, sports are asking whether the new AIS strategy is better than the discredited Winning Edge.

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'We're not declaring': Short says CA XI want to keep India in field

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If India think a Cricket Australia XI will declare to give them more time out in the middle, they are kidding themselves, according to D'Arcy Short.

Michael Kroger resigns as Liberal Party president in Victoria

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Mr Kroger's resignation came as Liberal members gathered at a state assembly meeting on Friday night.

Do the very top ATAR scores bring money - or even happiness?

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It's nearly that time of year when high school students squeal with delight at top ATAR results or sob in disappointment. But does it matter that much?

A look at the top five issues at the G20 summit in Argentina

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The official agenda in Buenes Aires is development, infrastructure and food security. But it's the meetings on the sidelines where the real action happens.

'It didn't seem real': 20 year old old describes horrifying carjacking

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Gina Davidson said she was sitting in her car when a woman carrying a large kitchen knife approached her.

Il Porcellino, the pig with the golden snout, turns 50

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Surrounded by dignitaries that included the Italian ambassador and the Lord Mayor it would have been easy for nine-year-old Tom Yates to have been overawed by the occasion.

There's no joy in the professions: how tradies have it made

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I cannot see why you’d spend your life arguing over merger finance when you could be building something.

'Not safe to continue': Residents fleeing fire ordered to return home

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Firefighters continue to battle 70 blazes in central Queensland, as authorities warn "we are not out of the woods" yet.

Women and children airlifted to safety with fire 'roaring' up the hill

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Firefighters continue to battle 70 blazes in central Queensland, as authorities warn "we are not out of the woods" yet.

NRL must put measures in place to weed out contract chaos

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Next time your club shouts it can build a premiership-winning team around some superstar recruit, please call “bullshit”.

Best of Fairfax cartoons December 1, 2018

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Fairfax Media's talented team of artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their humorous version of the news of the day.

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Anthony Mundine vs Jeff Horn LIVE: Both fighters make weight

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Follow live as Jeff "The Hornet" Horn takes on another of the biggest names in Australian boxing: Anthony "The Man' Mundine.

Line brawl: where do we draw it?

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Australian cricketers use a tired old formulation to explain away every failure of good grace. It is time it was abandoned.

Man fighting for life after crash blocks Airport Link tunnel

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The crash caused traffic delays in Brisbane's north but had cleared by early evening.

W-League wins as Canberra A-League bid sign MOU with Capital Football

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The bid team want to make Canberra United the first fully professional W-League club in the country.

Gratz Vella trains trifecta at Canberra's Thoroughbred Park

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Waller, Waller, Waller. It's probably the only trainer's trifecta you'd expect in Australian racing.

Fresh Bites: Ashes nemesis Botham goes in to bat for Aussie wines

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Snippets of the latest news in the food and drink industry across Perth and WA.

'Individual 1': Trump in awkward Russia probe starring role

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In two major developments this week, US President Donald Trump has been labelled in the parlance of criminal investigations as a major subject of interest.

The kids are all right over call for action on climate

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Politicians would do well to listen to, rather than decry our student climate change strikers.

The kids are all right on climate strike

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Politicians would do well to listen to, rather than decry our student climate change strikers.

Myer's back to basics pitch to quell growing investor revolt

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Myer is counting on a back-to-basics turnaround plan to revive its profitability and regain the support of shareholders, after investors smacked it with an second "strike" on Friday.