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AFL Round 19: Geelong v North Melbourne

Geelong's Joel Selwood chrases into North's Taylor Hine at Etihad Stadium.

In a major upset, North Melbourne stunned Geelong to win by ten points at Etihad Staudium. Age photographer Sebastian Costanzo captured all the action from the match. Final scores 15-6-96 to 13-8-86.

Geelong Cup 2012

Geelong Cup 2012

Jessie, K J and Ryhan (right) watch the Fashions On The Fields at the Geelong Cup races.
24th October 2012.
Photo by Jason South.

Punters enjoy a day of racing and fashion at the Geelong Cup, where jockey Glen Boss rode British import Gatewood to a win in the Group 3 race.

AFL Geelong v Carlton

AFL. Round 3.Geelong V Carlton at Etihad Stadium. Geelong's Paul Chapman battles with Carlton's Bryce Gibbs.13th April 2013.Picture Sebastian Costanzo. The Age.

The Sunday Age photographer Sebastian Costanzo presents a series of action-packed images from the thrilling victory of Geelong over Carlton at Etihad Stadium.

AFL wrap: Geelong still the team to beat

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AFL writers Scott Spits and Sam Lane assess all the action from round seven.

AFL Round 2 Hawthorn v Geelong

AFL Round 2.Geelong v Hawthorn.

AFL Round 2 Hawthorn v Geelong at MCG, Melbourne Sunday 9th 2012.

AFL Round 3 Geelong v North Melbourne

2012 AFL Season. Round 3. Geelong vs North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.
Kangaroo Sam Wright leaps over teammate Michael Firrito as he breaks the tackle applied by Cats midfielder James Kelly.
Melbourne. 15 April 2012.
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Geelong vs North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne on Sunday 15th April 2012.

Geelong tourist killed in 'sleepwalk balcony plunge'

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Megan Levy A 33-year-old Geelong man has died after falling from a hotel balcony in Thailand.

Fear, hope and disability

As a teenager, Patrick Cerato's life was laid out before him like a glorious picnic. A top athlete and scholar, he was on top of his game; there was, he says wistfully, nothing he couldn't do.

Ms Fix-it

Peta Credlin, Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

Jane Cadzow As chief of staff to Tony Abbott, Peta Credlin is regarded as the organisational brain behind the prime minister - and by some as having way too much power.

Alexander Downer offered $60,000 fee to lobby for jailed Australian

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Rick Feneley Former foreign affairs minister Alexander Downer has confirmed he was offered a success fee to help free one of two Australians jailed in Dubai but, in the end, he did not send a bill because he did...

The growing problem of family violence in Victoria

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Where do you turn when members of your own family turn on you? Rachel Kleinman reports on the growing problem of family violence in Victoria.

Climate change sceptic Dick Warburton's new role adds to renewable energy uncertainty

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Peter Hannam D espite a role on a Gillard government panel to help cut the impact of the carbon tax on companies exposed to foreign competition, former Caltex chairman Dick Warburton is no fan of carbon controls.

Tim's tragedy: five years after being punched, 'good bloke' dies

Tim Gaylard

Rachel Olding Five years after he was knocked into a coma by a single punch, Tim Gaylard's family fear he finally succumbed to the life-changing event.

Abbott government has mountains to climb

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James Massola and Peter Martin There is something of the crazy-brave in the hard line on industry assistance the Abbott government is taking

2450 days in prison for a murder he didn't commit

Douglas Jensen believes he is owed compensation for being wrongly jailed after the death of his father in their home. 24TH DECEMBER 2013PHOTO: PENNY STEPHENSTHE AGE

Douglas Jensen wrongly spent almost seven years in jail for murdering his father, and he's still fighting for justice. Here is his story, as told to Susan Chenery.

Nut allergy concern as Nestle, charity push new muesli bars

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Mark Hawthorne Nestle and an anti-allergy charity have been accused of encouraging a new range of ''lunchbox friendly'' muesli bars to be allowed in playgrounds, even though they could be dangerous for people with...

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Doctors perplexed by muesli bar push from Nestle, charity

Almond and cranberry muesli bars. Caroline Velik BACK TO SCHOOL recipes for Epicure and Good Living. Photographed by Marina Oliphant. Food preparation and styling by Caroline Velik. paper from Rock Paper Scissors, MUST CREDIT. The Age Newspaper and The Sydney Morning Herald. Photographed Jan 6, 2011.

Mark Hawthorne Nestle and the charity Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia are under fire for encouraging schools to allow a new range of Uncle Tobys 'lunchbox friendly' muesli bars into playgrounds, even though they...

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Matt Joyce returns to Melbourne from Dubai after Sunland fraud case

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Rick Feneley, Nick Toscano After five years trapped in Dubai on fraud charges, Matt Joyce has flown home with his surfboard - itching for a wave - but also to confront questions about millions paid into a Channel Islands bank...

Dubai property duo: Curtain about to come down on a nightmare that would enthral Hollywood

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Rick Feneley If the story of Matt Joyce and Marcus Lee and their families were to be made into a film - and this battle of innocent men falsely accused has all the ingredients - it might be called Enduring Love,...

Inquiry into child sex abuse slams Catholics, recommends sweeping change

Victims of sexual assault deserve more from the Catholic Church.

Barney Zwartz and Jane Lee A government report on child abuse has savaged the Catholic Church, recommending a new independent mechanism for pursuing justice and new criminal laws.