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Junior league clubs get their slogan on to curb abuse of referees

Newtown Junior Jets Rugby League players  Kaylib Savage and Michael Sassine wearing 'Respect our Refs' shirts, with Junior Referee Luke Prokopiou.

You've witnessed the abusive behaviour. Now get the T-shirt.

NSW | Tim Barlass | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

TV Pay

7 Days in Hell.

TV Pay

TV Guide | Melinda Houston | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Women's lives collide with paedophile in Hush, Little Bird by Nicole Trope

Nicole Trope's impressive working of a difficult subject has resulted in a most socially relevant book.

Books | Ross Southernwood | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Six burning questions for singer Husky Gawenda

Taking on the Fab Four: Husky Gawenda.

The musician is taking on the work of his idols, The Beatles.

Entertainment | Max Olijnyk | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

TV interviews that went amok

Liz Hayes was left stranded in the 60 Minutes studio after Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort stormed off.

Live interviews in the TV or radio studio can be stressful for both parties - and sometimes tensions boil over.

TV & Radio | Paul Kalina | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Gamechanger: A return to quaint

The monocles might be gone but bygone-era quaintness remains in play at Lord's, as evidenced by footage from the Long Room during the second Ashes Test.

Entertainment | Daniel Lewis | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Mummydesking: how to get work done and be a good mother



National | Lucy Battersby | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Accused tax evader Michael Issakidis to receive $624,000 from taxpayer following spending spree

A millionaire businessman charged over an alleged $63 million tax-evasion and money-laundering scheme can't afford to pay his legal bills after blowing millions of dollars on luxury cars, boats and...

NSW | Louise Hall | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Underworld figures, drug dealers launder money through Tabcorp

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Underworld figures and drug traffickers are exploiting Tabcorp betting accounts to launder the proceeds of crime and avoid detection by law enforcement agencies.

Victoria | Chris Vedelago, Cameron Houston | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Socks in the underwear: cross-dressing hits right notes for opera's Anna Dowsley

Anna Dowsley dressed for her role as a young man in The Marriage of Figaro.

Who gets to wear the trousers in opera? Surprisingly often, it's the women. For at least 300 years, female singers have donned breeches, frock coats and boots to play the many "trouser roles" in...

Stage | Elissa Blake | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

TV Wednesday

TV Wednesday

TV Guide | Melinda Houston | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Tribal Mind: Geoffrey Rush finds forebears were fighters – and one was 'diddling a pig jobber'

Geoffrey Rush on the trail of his ancestors in <i>Who Do You Think You Are</i>.

Learning that his ancestors had displayed strength of character pleased Geoffrey Russ.

TV & Radio | David Dale | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

What's on: your Sunday-to-Sunday guide to Sydney attractions from August 2

Artist Hiromi Tango with her colourful exhibition Fluorescence at the Sullivan+Strumpf.

From an oyster festival to a play about an eating disorder, there's something for everyone in our list of coming events.

Entertainment | Nicole Elphick | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Film festival fare cuts through the rhetoric

Mystery surrounds post-war Vienna black marketeer Harry Lime (Orson Welles) in 1949 British film <i>The Third Man</i>.

Highlights include a timely documentary, a psychological thriller and wonderful classic titles.

Movies | Craig Mathieson | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Rape victim offered $15,000 over 'mistaken' compensation reforms told to reapply

Gang rape victim Katrina Keshishian.

Rape victim Katrina Keshishian is pleased Victim Compensation Scheme reform inequities are finally being addressed but she's disappointed it has been such a difficult and long battle.

NSW | Tim Barlass | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

43 minutes of terror: family's agonising wait for emergency transport for two-year-old

Cooper Harrison with his mum Lauren Harrison, who waited nearly three quarters of an hour with a semi-conscious Cooper because there was no ambulance.

It was terrifying. As the minutes ticked by little Cooper Harrison's parents felt more and more frantic.

Health,NSW | Amy Corderoy | Sun Aug 02 00:01:00 EST 2015

Gatecrasher

The force of film again and again

Entertainment | Mik Grigg | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Marrickville Council's Perfect Match between building owners and graffiti artists

Dale Chaffey reckons he met more neighbours over four days this July than in the almost three years he has lived in Lewisham prior.

Art & Design,NSW | Juliana Yu | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Myths busted

Real-estate myths busted

In the current property market, it pays for buyer and sellers to know the nitty gritty of dealing in bricks and mortar. We address some common real estate misconceptions and home truths.

Real Estate News,Features | Emily Power | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

Sleep pods popping up as tired city workers seek an afternoon siesta

Mahil Mohamed gets enough sleep. But the project manager has a stressful job and a busy life.

Victoria | Clay Lucas | Sun Aug 02 00:15:00 EST 2015

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