- GWS joins gay marriage debate
- Smoking cops 'not a good look'
- Sly's Policeman of the year award
- Husband's 'brutal' bludgeoning to stop wife moving
- The most powerful selfie ever?
- Bung case not limited to one man: Lay
- Joe Hockey won't budge on car industry assistance
- Concerns for missing 14-year-old
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- oh dear on GWS joins gay marriage debate what will Gay Western Sydney do next? support climate change legislation and asylum seekers? more
- mandy on Killer whales spotted in Western Port ... Don't tell those rednecks in W.A Peter Glee son,Greg Hunt,and the fisheries minister Troy Buswell they will want them culled ... more
- Steve on Joe Hockey won't budge on car industry ... Why don't the government give all the money that goes to Indonesia to the car industry? charity begins at home or it should ... more
- jgl Melb on The most powerful selfie ever? South Africa can think themselves lucky Dubbya didn't invade the joint looking for WMD. more
- Chris on Man launches petition to reel in ... Typical feral female. more
- mylene on Joe Hockey won't budge on car industry ... Hockey seems to be enjoying this. It's good to see someone so happy just doing their job. more
- Christine on Joe Hockey won't budge on car industry ... It's time this industry stood on their own and stop threatening the Government. Same with the unions, get in the real ... more
- Catherine on The most powerful selfie ever? I find this action to be totally disrespectful. more
- GIW on Man launches petition to reel in ... How about petition for those who belive this feral idiot got what she deserved. more
- Erin on Man launches petition to reel in ... Why is the online petition now inactive. When I tried to complete the petition this morning it ends up disappearing. I, ... more
- Rupert on Man launches petition to reel in ... I use public transport regularly and I am amazed at the disrespect shown towards metro officers and authority in general. ... more
- Jester4212 on Man launches petition to reel in ... @William. I agree totally with your post. There is a total lack of respect for people in authority nowadays, even from the ... more
- Steve on Man launches petition to reel in ... As usual we have the arm chair experts giving their opinion on how to do something they are incapable of doing! As a ... more
- Rem-rom on 3AW finishes 2013 with superb result Neal , you are the best! I'm sure your legacy in radio will well and truly ! Be remembered ! more
- William Griffin on Man launches petition to reel in ... Daniel get a grip in your world everyone has rights but you forget about responsibilities and respect for authority and ... more
- Teyem on Myki confusion forces closure of ... Back when it was Metcard, we paid for our ticket and used it for the day and threw it out.. Correct?Now with Myki, aswell as ... more
- mark on 'I'll be treated like a terrorist': ... his friend who gave him his passport should be jailed until puneet returns ,he is just as guilty in my eyes more
- mandy on Two murdered with kids in the house Nobody knows whether these people were innocent until its been investigated Kath and the article never mentioned what you ... more
- Kath on Two murdered with kids in the house Oh my God. Please tell me you did not put "domestic violence" in inverted commas when talking about the slaughter of two ... more
- marcel on Sign of the times? its common in Box Hill and Glen Waverley to see real estate agents advertising properties in Mandarin(chinese). My mother ... more
Australian Team changes for first test against Sri Lanka
Batsman Phil Hughes says he's ready for another chance at test cricket a year after being axed from the Australian team.
The 24 year-old will replace Ricky Ponting for the first test against Sri Lanka in Hobart next week.
The pace attack will be boosted by the return of Peter Siddle and Ben Hilfenhaus.
Australian squad for the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka starting on December 14 in Hobart:
Michael Clarke (capt), Shane Watson (vc), David Warner, Ed Cowan, Phil Hughes, Mike Hussey, Matthew Wade, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, Ben Hilfenhaus, Nathan Lyon.
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