Sam Docherty remains upbeat after rupturing his ACL at Carlton pre-season training

Sam Docherty remains upbeat after rupturing his ACL at Carlton pre-season training

CARLTON star Sam Docherty hasn’t given up hope of returning to the field in 2018. Speaking for the first time since rupturing his ACL on his return to pre-season training, Docherty said there was still plenty to look forward to. The Blues are unlikely to risk the 2016 John Nicholls Medallist with a typical recovery taking anywhere from nine to 12 months. ACL INJURY: HOW WILL BLUES COVER DOCHERTY? EX-GIANT: BLUES RE-SIGN YOUNG STAR PLOWMAN West Coast star Nic Naitanui missed the entire 2017 season despite injuring his knee late…

Read More

Which companies paid no tax last year?

Which companies paid no tax last year?

1884 PTY LIMITED 215,602,113 4,343,880 1,303,087 21ST CENTURY RESORT HOLDINGS PTY LTD 362,380,100 11,472,901 3,441,870 3M AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 472,954,075 41,129,786 11,379,169 7 HOLDINGS PTY LTD 2,563,028,459 70,138,716 19,232,479 A P EAGERS LIMITED 3,270,065,544 106,869,098 25,996,914 A T & T GLOBAL NETWORK SERVICES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 143,073,864 6,552,998 1,965,899 A.C.N 003 933 300 PTY LTD 398,519,962 1,429,097 428,729 A.E SMITH & SON PTY LTD 223,295,427 A2 AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENTS PTY LTD 300,324,522 21,077,378 6,176,110 AA HOLDINGS PTY LTD 497,711,742 32,647,199 9,794,160 AAPC LIMITED 523,798,213 55,703,485 14,781,494 ABB GROUP INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PTY…

Read More

Persecuted to revered: Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition set to open

Persecuted to revered: Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition set to open

Updated December 07, 2017 17:14:45 Photo: The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition will run until May. (ABC News: Natalie Whiting) A new exhibition charting the life and times of the Tasmanian devil is opening on Friday in Hobart and curators hope it will consolidate a change in public attitude towards the animal. Photo: They are cute now, but devils are notoriously cranky. (Facebook: Devil Ark) The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition spans three galleries at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) and explores the ecology and biology, along with the public…

Read More

Chance of finding boy swept out to sea at Port Macquarie 'minimal to non-existent'

Chance of finding boy swept out to sea at Port Macquarie 'minimal to non-existent'

Updated December 07, 2017 16:37:30 The chances of finding an 11-year-old boy who was swept out to sea off at Port Macquarie on Wednesday are “minimal to non-existent”, according to police. The boy, who travelled to the New South Wales mid-north coast with family from Canberra, was in the water off Lighthouse Beach when he was caught in a rip alongside his 17-year-old brother, who managed to get to shore. NSW Police Detective Inspector Guy Flaherty said there was little chance the boy would be found alive. “We are moving…

Read More