Your form guide to the 2017 Aria Awards

Your form guide to the 2017 Aria Awards

AFTER Flume, Tame Impala and Courtney Barnett’s domination of the ARIAs in the past two years, most industry insiders predict the 2017 awards will be a closely fought affair. Sydney rockers Gang Of Youths lead the tally board with eight nominations followed by our national treasure Paul Kelly with seven and then his hip hop collaborators A.B. Original, pop innovator Amy Shark, rapper turned pop star Illy and pop princess Jessica Mauboy all contesting six awards. It has been an exciting year both at home and overseas for Australian talent…

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McLaughlin in the box seat for Supercars title

McLaughlin in the box seat for Supercars title

Posted November 25, 2017 22:48:29 Photo: Scott McLaughlin is in prime position to take the V8 Supercars title after the first race of the Newcastle 500. (AAP: Darren Pateman) Scott McLaughlin has capitalised on Jamie Whincup’s heartbreak, with the Ford star poised to claim his first Supercars title after a dramatic race in Newcastle. After starting the day 30 points ahead of McLaughlin, Whincup’s quest for an unprecedented seventh championship struck disaster after steering damage led to a 23rd-place finish. With the door ajar McLaughlin burst through to claim his…

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Perth mother asked to pay $100 for baby to attend Paul Kelly concert

Perth mother asked to pay $100 for baby to attend Paul Kelly concert

By James Carmody Updated November 25, 2017 22:29:58 A Perth mother was told her 10-week-old son would need a $100 ticket to enter a Paul Kelly concert in Kings Park on Saturday night. The 31-year-old, who asked not to be named, said she was shocked as most venues had no issue with breastfeeding mothers bringing babies. The woman was also told there would be strictly no pass outs at the event and she would not be allowed back in if she left to feed her son. “I was pretty shocked,…

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Catching fly-tippers in the act

Catching fly-tippers in the act

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Smith puts the ego away in top-notch knock to deny England

Smith puts the ego away in top-notch knock to deny England

Posted November 25, 2017 21:15:48 Photo: Steve Smith’s slow and steady century put his team first on day three against England at the Gabba. (AAP: Dave Hunt) Related Story: Smith century puts Australia in box seat after day three Steve Smith’s patient but sparkling innings denied England on day three of the first Ashes Test, and showed the rest of Australia’s line-up how a precocious batting talent can put the flair aside to grind out a potentially match-winning ton. The Australian captain (141 not out off 326 balls) notched a…

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