NRL 2022 news: Cameron Munster signs four-year contract extension with Melbourne Storm, Dolphins

Queensland representative Cameron Munster turned his back on the Dolphins, signing a four-year contract extension with the Melbourne Storm, keeping him at the club until the end of 2027. According to foxsports.comthe deal was worth $4 million. Watch every Rugby League World Cup match LIVE and exclusively on Fox Sports, on Kayo. New to Kayo? … Read more

Brad Davidson gives his picks for Randwick

Sky Racing form analyst Brad Davidson runs the rule on every race, including suggested bets, for the Rosehill Gardens meeting on Saturday. The Form – Fill out the NSW Racing Thoroughbred form, including video replays and everything you need to know about each horse, jockey and trainer. Find a winner here. RANDWICK Clue: heavy 10. … Read more

Melbourne, Sydney Weather: Tornado Supercell Warning, Large Hail

Victoria and NSW could be affected by a severe thunderstorm supercell spawning tornadoes as part of a “triple threat” weather phenomenon. Heavy rain and possibly severe thunderstorms are expected across western and central parts of Victoria, while wild weather could also reach southern New South Wales. Sky News meteorologist Alison Osborne said these regions were … Read more

Melbourne, Sydney Weather: Tornado Supercell Warning, Large Hail

Victoria and NSW could be affected by a severe thunderstorm supercell spawning tornadoes as part of a “triple threat” weather phenomenon. Heavy rain and possibly severe thunderstorms are expected across western and central parts of Victoria, while wild weather could also reach southern New South Wales. Sky News meteorologist Alison Osborne said these regions were … Read more

Angst Stakes may set the stage for Golden Eagle’s tilt for Hope In Your Heart

The improvement of the mare Hope In Your Heart may further strengthen her $10 million Golden Eagle credentials as the fit gallop chases back-to-back wins in Saturday’s Group 3 Angst Stakes (1600m). A win in the last start of the Group 3 Tibbie Stakes (1600m) at Newcastle will see the elegant Dundeel daughter head to … Read more

AFL trade news 2022: Brodie Grundy drama, Collingwood star slams radio claim, Jason Horne-Francis Port Adelaide deal brewing

The AFL trading period is heating up on the 4th with surprise updates on some superstar talent in the market. Rumors surrounding Giants star Toby Greene, North Melbourne young gun Jason Horne-Francis and Gold Coast player Izak Rankine are intensifying on Day 4. However, Collingwood star Taylor Adam’s keyboard is ice cold after the Magpies … Read more

AFL trade news 2022: Big three-team trade emerges for Jason Horne-Francis, including West Coast Eagles, Port Adelaide

North Melbourne are reportedly in talks with two other teams over a deal that would see the club receive pick two in the upcoming AFL Draft in exchange for the young and sought-after Jason Horne-Francis. The Herald Sun reports that Port Adelaide, West Coast and North Melbourne are discussing a three-way swap that would see … Read more

Renting in Melbourne: Rental prices skyrocketing at fastest rate in history, what tenants can do

Melbourne’s rental market has been hit by a record rent surge that has made tenants “the coal face of Victoria’s cost of living crisis”. It comes as advocacy groups warn that growing numbers of people are being forced onto the streets, middle-aged people are moving back into shared homes and some renters are paying an … Read more

Sad reason why pints and schooners are so expensive

As the hospitality industry recovers from the bleak depths of pandemic lockdowns, the battle to stay afloat in many places continues. Crippling staff shortages combined with rising commodity costs and unpredictable trade have served as a reminder of Australia’s ongoing economic volatility, nearly a year after the country’s lockdown was lifted. While crowds were quick … Read more

Sad reason why pints and schooners are so expensive

As the hospitality industry recovers from the bleak depths of pandemic lockdowns, the battle to stay afloat in many places continues. Crippling staff shortages combined with rising commodity costs and unpredictable trade have served as a reminder of Australia’s ongoing economic volatility, nearly a year after the country’s lockdown was lifted. While crowds were quick … Read more