Youth hospitalised after assault at Malmsbury detention centre

Youth hospitalised after assault at Malmsbury detention centre

Posted April 15, 2017 09:46:47 A 17-year-old boy is a serious condition at a Melbourne hospital after a fight between inmates at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre in central Victoria. The fight involving a group of detainees happened early Friday evening but authorities did not reveal the extent of his injuries. He was taken to a Melbourne hospital and paramedics said he was the only inmate treated. Police are investigating the fight and so far no charges have been laid. The incident followed a series of violent riots, assaults on…

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'Sorry, not sorry': United Airlines fallout shows why businesses need to apologise

'Sorry, not sorry': United Airlines fallout shows why businesses need to apologise

When cartoonists, satirists, comedians and politicians around the world wade in on a corporate blunder, it’s time to raise the white flag. And so it was for United Airlines which found itself embroiled in a global maelstrom after a video went viral showing a paying customer – a doctor – being brutally dragged off a plane, bloodied and concussed, because the airline had overbooked. Play VideoDon’t Play Private Sydney: Jessica Kahawaty: unknown known model Play VideoDon’t Play Previous slideNext slide Jimmy Kimmel on United Airlines … Jimmy Kimmel on United Airlines…

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The right type of Reynolds shows up to roll the Rabbits

The right type of Reynolds shows up to roll the Rabbits

Posted April 14, 2017 18:43:39 Photo: It is not always pretty, but Josh Reynolds has got the job done yet again. (AAP: Dean Lewins) Related Story: Broncos somehow beat Titans in frantic finish to all-Queensland clash He does not have Cooper Cronk’s kicking game, Johnathan Thurston’s cut-out ball or Shaun Johnson fleet feet, but Josh Reynolds has sparked his Bulldogs to yet another victory, over South Sydney. Reynolds was more influential than a number of players with more recognisable talent and athleticism in the Bulldogs’ 24-9 win over the Rabbitohs…

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What will it take to break the two-hour marathon?

What will it take to break the two-hour marathon?

Posted April 15, 2017 06:23:20 Photo: Dennis Kimetto wins the 2014 Berlin Marathon in world record time. (Reuters: Hannibal Hanschke) Related Story: 50 years ago women weren’t allowed to run marathons Related Story: Harassment of female runners a gendered issue with no simple solution Two minutes and 57 seconds — it doesn’t sound like much but when it’s the last two minutes and 57 seconds of a 42.195-kilometre run, it feels far longer. It’s also the time that needs to be slashed off the current marathon world record to break…

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