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View From The Street | Tue Sep 30 17:02:39 EST 2014

Delayed action on throwing failed a generation of spinners: coach

John Davison, seen here during his days with the Canadian team, says the Australian decision not to teach the doosra to emerging spinners with conventional actions has been vindicated.

World cricket is 20 years too late to save a generation of spinners who can't bowl legally, according to a leading Australian spin coach. 

Cricket | Chloe Saltau | Tue Sep 30 15:50:38 EST 2014

David Villa likely to play in A-League's opening round

David Villa poses during an event to unveil the new logo for Major League Soccer in New York on September 18. Melbourne City says Villa is available for selection for the A-League opener on October 11.

Spanish superstar David Villa will be available for selection for Melbourne City's round-one clash with Sydney FC.

Soccer | Michael Lynch | Tue Sep 30 16:53:22 EST 2014

Union

Brumbies better off without speculation about Jake White, says chief

Jake White

ACT Brumbies chief admits team is now better off, but World Cup winning coach left the club in a very strong position.

Union News,Brumbies,Sharks,Rugby Union | David Polkinghorne | Tue Sep 30 19:40:14 EST 2014

Bernard Tomic rolled in first round of Japan Open

Bernard Tomic in action against Milos Raonic.

Bernard Tomic, Australia's sole representative at the Japan Open, has been eliminated in the first round in a straight-sets loss to third-seeded Canadian Milos Raonic.

Tennis | Tue Sep 30 21:10:21 EST 2014

It should be South Sydney, but you can never write off Canterbury Bulldogs in NRL grand final

Phil Gould dinkus

South Sydney's demolition of the Roosters last Friday night was one of the most powerful and complete performances I have seen from a team in a big game for many years.

League News,Rugby League | Phil Gould | Tue Sep 30 22:00:00 EST 2014

Wanted Croatian war crimes suspect lived openly under Australian government's nose

No requests for extradition: Krunoslav Bonic pictured on a 2006 Bosnian arrest warrant.

A war crimes suspect accused of brutalising Muslim civilians during the bloody Bosnian conflict has been living freely under the noses of federal authorities in Canberra for a decade.

ACT News,Political News,National | Christopher Knaus | Tue Sep 30 23:30:00 EST 2014

'Safe' pollution levels not so safe: QUT researcher

Increased pollution will kill 6000 Australians exposed to what would be classed as "safe" levels, a Queensland pollution expert has warned.

Environment,Queensland | Cameron Atfield | Wed Oct 01 01:00:00 EST 2014

Fear of ascendancy of Scott Morrison leads to scuttling of homeland security super-ministry

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison.

A move within the Abbott cabinet to establish a homeland security super-ministry drawing together several major departments and functions looks to have been scuttled because senior figures viewed it...

National | Mark Kenny and James Massola | Wed Oct 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

Meet Joshua Wong, the teenager taking on communist China

A skinny, bespectacled 17-year-old is at the forefront of a surging protest movement in Hong Kong.

World | Philip Wen | Tue Sep 30 17:24:07 EST 2014

Fears Prabowo coalition will abolish direct election of president

Losing presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto.

Fears are growing in Indonesia that the coalition of losing presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto intends to mess further with the country's democracy.

World | Michael Bachelard | Tue Sep 30 17:04:02 EST 2014

Myanmar confirms controversial Rohingya plan at United Nations

Could be stripped of their rights: A family at a Rohingya internally displaced persons camp outside of Sittwe last year.

Myanmar has confirmed to the United Nations it is finalising a plan that will offer minority Rohingya Muslims citizenship if they change their ethnicity to suggest Bangladeshi origin, a move rights...

World | Jared Ferrie | Tue Sep 30 21:49:57 EST 2014

Stephen Wynn's lawsuit highlights the dangers of fighting bad press

Stephen Wynn.

It's a billionaire cage match. In one corner is Stephen Wynn, the casino impresario. In the other is James Chanos, the famous short-seller who helped expose Enron as a fraud.

Business,Comment & Analysis | Andrew Ross Sorkin | Wed Oct 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

No naked pride for this Air NZ boss

CBD - Colin Kruger - dinkus

With airlines this side of the Tasman swimming in red ink, one of the few things the Kiwis have to worry about is the reception to the change of livery on its planes –from teal on a white...

CBD | CBD | Wed Oct 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

Government warned that ATO not up to catching tax avoiders

Understaffed: An independent report has raised serious concerns about an exodus of experienced staff from the ATO, creating difficulties in dealing with corporate tax avoidance.

The Abbott government was warned that the Australian Tax Office was ill-equipped to tackle a potential multibillion-dollar international tax dodge as it prepared to cut 3000 ATO staff.

Political News | Heath Aston, political correspondent | Tue Sep 30 18:20:56 EST 2014

Reserve Bank's rock and hard place

Elizabeth Knight Dinkus

Those advocating placing regulations on lending to the housing market received some ammunition on Tuesday from the Reserve Bank latest stats showing stronger growth in lending to buy investment...

Business,Comment & Analysis | Elizabeth Knight | Wed Oct 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

NAB found to pay most for deposits, while CBA pays least among big banks

NAB.

Customers of National Australia Bank are paid the most on their deposits, while Commonwealth Bank of Australia customers receive the least of the major banks, according to the Macquarie Securities...

Banking & Finance | James Eyers | Wed Oct 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

Train catches fire on Granville overpass

The train stopped on an overpass at Granville.

A train on fire and stranded on a 20-metre high overpass in Granville caused traffic chaos as firefighters struggled to reach the blaze on Tuesday night.

NSW | Alexandra Back | Tue Sep 30 19:52:53 EST 2014

Wallabies expect unpredictable Pumas

Buenos Aires - If the Wallabies were hoping for a physical or mental reprieve in Argentina this weekend, their defence coach has a reality check in the works.

Australia Rugby,Rugby Union | Georgina Robinson | Tue Sep 30 17:00:00 EST 2014

In the Herald: October 1, 1842

Poaching a prized cook, diddling the books and caution and reward.

Comment | Brian Yatman | Wed Oct 01 00:00:00 EST 2014

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