Roxy rocked by new cancer scare

Roxy rocked by new cancer scare

FRESH from winning her breast cancer battle Sydney PR queen Roxy Jacenko has revealed her fears when doctors discovered a new lump just 12 months after her first diagnosis. Last year Jacenko underwent surgery for breast cancer weeks after her husband Oliver Curtis was jailed for 12 months for insider trading. media_cameraRoxy Jacenko was shocked doctors found a lump on her breast — but it was a false alarm. Picture: Nigel HallettShe thought it had returned when doctors recently found a lump on her breast. But this time Curtis was…

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An Australian NBA star returns to his tiny ancestral home

An Australian NBA star returns to his tiny ancestral home

The village Elders gave him as thorough a workout as anything meted out by his trainers at the San Antonio Spurs, who re-signed him as their point guard in August for a reported $50 million ($65 million Australian). Mills is second only to Joe Ingles as the highest paid Australian in the NBA, ending last season shooting 41% from 3-point range, 11th in the entire league. “My trainer was worried about all the days of training I’ve been missing coming up here, but when he saw me doing my dance…

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ESPN host who called out Trump suspended over NFL tweets

ESPN host who called out Trump suspended over NFL tweets

ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to “a second violation of our social media guidelines,” the network announced Monday afternoon. Hill “previously acknowledged letting her colleagues and company down with an impulsive tweet,” ESPN said in a statement. “In the aftermath, all employees were reminded of how individual tweets may reflect negatively on ESPN and that such actions would have consequences. Hence this decision.” On Sunday, Hill took to social media to comment on Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones having said that any player who “disrespects…

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GST report offers no promise of joy for WA's bottom line

GST report offers no promise of joy for WA's bottom line

Posted October 10, 2017 08:24:47 Both sides of West Australian politics hailed yesterday’s GST report a win, believing the acknowledgement of a flawed system might finally lead to the changes the state desperately wants. Treasurer Ben Wyatt labelled the Productivity Commission’s draft report on the GST system “very encouraging”, while the State Liberals termed it “an important step in achieving real reform”. But WA politicians and punters alike might want to hold off popping the celebratory champagne corks for awhile yet. For those who have not been paying attention, the…

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Accused wanted to go on ‘slaughterfest’

Accused wanted to go on ‘slaughterfest’

A FRIEND of Jemma Lilley — one of two women accused of the “thrill kill” murder of autistic teenager Aaron Pajich — once told a friend she hoped a doctor would diagnose her with a brain tumour so she could go on a “slaughterfest”. At the start of the second week of the trial of Trudi Lenon, 45, and Ms Lilley, 26, who are charged with the murder of 18-year old Mr Pajich in June last year, friends and acquaintances of the women gave more evidence into their behaviour before…

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