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Punters say Betjack fails to pay winners
Racing authorities have launched an investigation into allegations offshore bookmaker Betjack is failing to pay punters their winnings.
The Age 12/09/2014     no charge     463 words

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Offshore bookie faces payments inquiry
Racing authorities have launched an investigation into allegations offshore bookmaker Betjack is failing to pay punters their winnings.
Sydney Morning Herald 12/09/2014     no charge     501 words

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System at short odds to change
William Hill, the global British betting firm whose Australian operations are headed by prominent Sydney racing identity Tom Waterhouse, has struck a secret financing deal to funnel millions in punters' losses to Gibraltar.
The Age 08/09/2014     no charge     826 words

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System at short odds to change
William Hill, the global British betting firm whose Australian operations are headed by prominent Sydney racing identity Tom Waterhouse, has struck a secret financing deal to funnel millions in punters' losses to Gibraltar.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/09/2014     no charge     826 words

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Chanel No.5 gets sniff of victory
WAYNE Bennett is clearly a fan of Sidelines after taking our advice on which shirt Chanel Mata'utia should wear.
Newcastle Herald 08/09/2014     no charge     815 words

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Bubbles about to burst
WESTPAC executive Rob Whitfield had an each-way bet last week when he warned that world markets face a "meaningful correction".
Newcastle Herald 16/09/2014     no charge     686 words

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Cummings magic the feature of a great day out at Rosehill
The master's touch was a feature of Saturday's outstanding Rosehill Gardens meeting. Sure there were other highlights, like the Hugh Bowman treble, as the rider used that exquisite long rein, sunshine and a good surface under the circumstances.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/09/2014     no charge     778 words

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Small and perfectly formed
From fledgling BYO spaces to pubs with a new lease on life, theres plenty of places to try something new in Sydneys boutique live music scene, writes BRONWYN THOMPSON.
Sydney Morning Herald 12/09/2014     no charge     1115 words

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Washington Heights ready for Golden Rose, says Avdulla
Brenton Avdulla is confident Washington Heights can become the Golden Rose favourite after tackling the Ming Dynasty Quality at Randwick on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald 01/09/2014     no charge     622 words

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Waller, Hawkes carry weight of expectation for Randwick double
If the bookmakers are to be believed, Chris Waller or Hawkes Racing have a mortgage on the Epsom Handicap and The Metropolitan, but they just don't know with which horses.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/09/2014     no charge     546 words

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'Different' Gorillas not looking back
WARILLA coach Peter Hooper won't be using the pain of losing last year's Group Seven grand final as motivation leading up to Sunday's decider.
Illawarra Mercury 16/09/2014     no charge     308 words

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Sleapy's Day helps old mate
FORMER Waratah-Mayfield rugby league first-grader Tony Gough got a shock when he attended the annual Sleapy's Day fund-raiser at Townson Oval and Souths Leagues Club last month.
Newcastle Herald 16/09/2014     no charge     502 words

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Atkins encouraged by In Cahoots' top show
NEWCASTLE four-year-old In Cahoots opened his Melbourne spring campaign with an encouraging third placing in a fast-run group 3 Bobbie Lewis Quality (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Newcastle Herald 15/09/2014     no charge     472 words

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In the adrenalin rush hour
There is plenty on offer for thrillseekers in and around Durban, writes Ben Groundwater.
Sun Herald 14/09/2014     no charge     1079 words

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Phar Lap still a star 82 years after his controversial death
His missing heart parts having been found after being pickled for decades, Phar Lap artefacts are again on the boil.
Sun Herald 14/09/2014     no charge     772 words

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The Sunday Age 14/09/2014     no charge     121 words

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Bemused but happy with shiny Apple
I can only imagine that my personal invite to Apple's Festival of Shiny Things went missing in the post. I stood by the letter box every day waiting for Tim Cook to write. When the day arrived and I found myself abed, asleep, when I should have been in the front row knocking mugachinos with Jony and the boys, I was, to quote the internet, disappointed - but only with the post office for losing my invite. Never with Tim.
Sydney Morning Herald 13/09/2014     no charge     953 words

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Swans move has Buddy feeling 'young again'
Considering the length of the contract Lance Franklin has signed, Swans fans would be relieved to hear the superstar forward say the move to Sydney has made him "feel young again".
The Age 12/09/2014     no charge     632 words

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Swans have Franklin feeling Buddy great
Considering the length of the contract Lance Franklin has signed, Swans fans would be relieved to hear the superstar forward say the move to Sydney has made him "feel young again".
Sydney Morning Herald 12/09/2014     no charge     651 words

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Miners can do well in ore shakeout
It takes two graphs to put the current mini-panic over the iron ore price into perspective, to realise that Australian miners should eventually do quite nicely out of the present shakeout.
The Age 11/09/2014     no charge     846 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, September 4 MULTIMEDIA juggernaut Matty Johns interviews Sydney Swans co-captain Kieren Jack on Triple M and asks an intriguing question - does he ever feel the urge to switch from aerial ping pong to real footy?
Newcastle Herald 11/09/2014     no charge     1216 words

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Miners can do well in ore shakeout
It takes two graphs to put the current mini-panic over the iron ore price into perspective, to realise that Australian miners should eventually do quite nicely out of the present shakeout.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/09/2014     no charge     853 words

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Despite fall, Apple's core is sound
Don't let the fall in the price of Apple shares in the immediate wake of the release of its iPhone 6, 6+ and Apple Watch fool you into thinking that the products will be a commercial disappointment.
The Age 11/09/2014     no charge     800 words

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Despite fall, Apple's core is sound
Don't let the fall in the price of Apple shares in the immediate wake of the release of its iPhone 6, 6+ and Apple Watch fool you into thinking that the products will be a commercial disappointment. They will be a shot in the arm for Apple and the telco and electronics retailers around the world that will sell them.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/09/2014     no charge     800 words

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Moody has fancied pair humming for group 1
The money trail suggests Peter Moody's Golden Rose stocks are soaring, James McDonald reckons he's on the best horse in the race and displaced favourite James Cummings points to history as his reference.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/09/2014     no charge     334 words

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Top gelato team over the moon
PUNTERS may line up around the block for a taste of Gelato Messina, but another Australian ice-creamery has been hailed for producing the world's best gelato.
Newcastle Herald 10/09/2014     no charge     231 words

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Walkout ends suffering of the offended or bored IT was an exercise in not reading the label.
Newcastle Herald 09/09/2014     no charge     872 words

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Quick-talker Cassidy has the last word on patchy state of Randwick track
A "splash-tastic" day at New York's Saratoga track had an edge on Saturday's Royal Randwick bog. Considering the recent deluge, headquarters, rated a heavy nine, performed well enough despite a spate of poor performances, including some from horses usually comfortable in the wet. However, the main problem is about a 200-metre horror stretch from the 600 metres that holds more moisture, a situation existing for the past two years with no sign of improvement. Due to huge trees overlooking the ...
Sydney Morning Herald 08/09/2014     no charge     782 words

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Hawkspur heads the big six
The experience of veteran jockey Jim Cassidy helped Hawkspur win his first race for 12 months to lead in a Chris Waller-trained army in the Chelmsford Stakes at Randwick.
The Sunday Age 07/09/2014     no charge     311 words

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PSSST
Inside the Davis Cup team
The Sunday Age 07/09/2014     no charge     1353 words

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TV TUESDAY 09/09
NURSE JACKIE
Sun Herald 07/09/2014     no charge     236 words

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TV TUESDAY 09/09
NURSE JACKIE
The Sunday Age 07/09/2014     no charge     233 words

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The show with no name must go on
Jason Byrne wants his audience to name his shows and play a big part in them too, writes ELISSA BLAKE.
Sun Herald 07/09/2014     no charge     877 words

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QUICK BITES
DISCOVER
Sydney Morning Herald 06/09/2014     no charge     460 words

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Paynetakeson mightofWaller
DAVID Payne's stable is outnumbered in the Chelmsford Stakes by that of his Rosehill neighbour Chris Waller, but not outclassed.
Illawarra Mercury 06/09/2014     no charge     339 words

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Pride and joy: trainer has stranglehold on quaddie
Warwick Farm trainer Joe Pride holds the key to Saturday's $1 million quadrella with strong chances in three legs but even his bolter, Laser Hawk, could play an important role.
Sydney Morning Herald 06/09/2014     no charge     755 words

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Pride prays for the old Rain Affair to resurface
As one Joe Pride talent stands on the cusp of the big time, another desperately clings to the hope of returning there.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/09/2014     no charge     270 words

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Hughes ecstatic at Hunter support
INSPIRATIONAL former Knight Mark Hughes has been overwhelmed by how Hunter punters have supported him and the foundation he established to fund research into brain cancer.
Newcastle Herald 04/09/2014     no charge     717 words

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Waterhouse pleads for better spring program for her army of youngsters
Despite record numbers at Randwick, it is still a spring of discontent for Gai Waterhouse because of the official policy regarding her favourite category, two-year-olds, in Sydney. The last stable returns confirmed Waterhouse had 180 horses training there, says Lindsay Murphy, the Australian Turf Club courses manager, which easily exceeds Chris Waller's "around 140" at Rosehill. No other trainer has had such numbers at any main racing centre in Australia. Sure, some have satellite stables, but ...
Sydney Morning Herald 01/09/2014     no charge     713 words

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Cross win saves Waller's face as Thankful fails
Chris Waller said it would have been embarrassing not to have won a race in which he had five of the eight runners but he still left punters shaking their heads as the favourite, Beyond Thankful, flopped. Waller's other four filled the first four placings, Rugged Cross showing his liking for a wet track as he once again beat home stablemates Tougher Than Ever, Eigelstein and Lucky Chappy. "It's embarrassing when they don't win, simple as that," Waller said. "Rugged Cross ran last week at Moonee ...
Sun Herald 31/08/2014     no charge     652 words

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Spriggs on track for 3000 milestone
They are the three musketeers of NSW country racing with more than 10,000 winners between them and one of them is the latest to be sneaking up on a career milestone.
Sun Herald 31/08/2014     no charge     426 words

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City loses but lockout is a winner for the Star
New drinking laws have made the casino the place to party all night, writes Michael Koziol.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/08/2014     no charge     936 words

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Boban heads Sydney assault on first group 1 of new season
The old gang is back together as Glyn Schofield follows Boban to Melbourne for Saturday's Memsie Stakes but the hoop will take more than a passing interest when Law lines up in The Run To The Rose at Rosehill.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/08/2014     no charge     535 words

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HEAD-TO-HEAD
VERDICT HOW IT DRIVES UNDER THE BONNET INSIDE VALUE KERB APPEAL JAGUAR BMW VALUE INSIDE UNDER THE BONNET HOW IT DRIVES KERB APPEAL
The Age 30/08/2014     no charge     673 words

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Gardens boss calls for a united front
GARDENS Greyhound Racing Club chief executive Alan Williamson wants group 1 racing back at the track and has asked participants to come together tonight to show what the region can achieve.
Newcastle Herald 29/08/2014     no charge     953 words

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Could it be anyone's medal?
This season might not be the year of the midfielder, writes Will Brodie. There are rules that usually apply when trying to identify the winner of the Brownlow Medal. The medal winner plays every round, polls in at least 10 games, plays for a team that makes the finals, and records three votes as best player on the ground at least six times. He is not necessarily the short favourite, but is well in the market. He has polled well before. And he is a midfielder. This season shapes as an exception, ...
The Age 22/08/2014     no charge     1495 words

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Chow down soul food
BENJALU and burgers will be on the menu at the Newy Burger Co's acoustic session on September 7.
Newcastle Herald 21/08/2014     no charge     723 words

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SEVEN DAYS
Thursday, August 14 A BLACK cloud has been hanging over Cronulla all season but finally a glimmer of hope emerges.
Newcastle Herald 21/08/2014     no charge     1295 words

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Got The Nod lifts trainer's spirits
After a very difficult week, Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell finally had something to smile about after his promising colt Got The Nod outclassed his rivals with an impressive first-up win in the group 3 Vain Stakes (1100 metres) on Saturday.
The Sunday Age 17/08/2014     no charge     444 words

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Ghosts of Fine Cotton haunt racing
Pat Carey has experienced some extraordinary moments during his life in racing, but the Mornington trainer admits the Fine Cotton ring-in - 30 years ago on Monday - was one of the most amazing race days he ever experienced.
The Sunday Age 17/08/2014     no charge     454 words

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