Thompson's Victory career over as Jeonbuk claim ACL tie

Thompson's Victory career over as Jeonbuk claim ACL tie

Posted May 24, 2016 22:11:43 Brazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions heartache for Melbourne Victory and put Jeonbuk Motors into Asia’s last eight. The A-League club tumbled out of Asia on Tuesday in Jeonju, South Korea, losing 2-1 on the night and 3-2 on aggregate to the K-League giants. It was not to be for Victory’s departing trio of Archie Thompson, Kosta Barbarouses and Matthieu Delpierre, who will now leave the club. Victory were stretched and ultimately dissembled by Jeonbuk, who boasts a formidable record…

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Twitter finally breaks their rules

Twitter finally breaks their rules

Social network Twitter has maintained a 140-character limit on tweets since its launch in 2006. Picture: TwitterONE of the world’s biggest social networks is about to alter its calling card: Twitter is changing its 140-character limit. The 10-year-old social network, which counts more than 5.5 million Australians among its 310 million users, revealed three changes to tweets overnight, including an extension to the text users can fit into a single tweet. FROM THE TOP: Twitter’s founder talks about character limits and strong reactions TWITTER’S CHALLENGE: The social network struggling to…

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Clinton and Trump sharpen their attacks

Clinton and Trump sharpen their attacks

Image copyrightEPA / AFP Image caption Mrs Clinton and Mr Trump rolled out duelling lines of attack this weekUS presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have sharpened their attacks, hoping to create a lasting impression of their rival. Mrs Clinton targeted Mr Trump’s business record, noting firms run by the New York businessman have filed for bankruptcy protection four times. “How could anybody lose money running a casino?” Mrs Clinton asked on Monday. Mr Trump released an advert on Monday re-airing sexual assault allegations against Mrs Clinton’s husband. The…

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Animals to light up Taronga Zoo for Sydney's Vivid festival

Animals to light up Taronga Zoo for Sydney's Vivid festival

Updated May 24, 2016 22:46:22 Photo: Ten giant animal sculptures will go on display at Taronga Zoo. (ABC News: Nick Dole) Related Story: Indigenous art to feature at Vivid, along with Bjork and Spike Jonze Giant illuminated animals will light up Sydney’s zoo to form the centrepiece of this year’s Vivid festival and raise awareness about the threats to the survival of endangered species. Ten giant animal sculptures — including an Asian elephant, Sumatran tiger, sun bear and platypus — will go on display at Taronga Zoo as part of…

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