Broncos begin search for new coach

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BRISBANE: The Brisbane Broncos NRL side has begun its search for a new head coach prepared to spend less time with his family.

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KENOSHA, Wisconsin: The police officer who shot unarmed African American man Jacob Blake in the back from close range seven times earlier in the week has been disciplined by his police superiors: he has been ordered to undertake extensive shortarm practice at the local police department’s firing range.

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MELBOURNE: The Australian Cricket Board says veteran England bowler James Anderson is welcome to take part in the next Ashes series Down Under beginning late next year but in his approach to the wicket, Anderson must not allow any damage to be caused to the playing surface by his mobility frame.

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SYDNEY: Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has warned the UK Tory Government that although he’s confident he has the skillset necessary to help facilitate the country’s post-Brexit trade plans, Britain should remember that he has never, ever, claimed to be the suppository of all wisdom.