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We pull apart current AFL playing lists, analyse the key indicators, and determine who they should resign, delist, make a play for in trade/free agency, draft, and what moves they should make in the offseason.
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Music has always been the biggest passion in Alpha Romeo’s life and he felt he need to share that passion with other people. Between 2005 and 2006 he performed as a resident at several clubs in USA and Local Radio Station. In these years he developed an important foundation in dance music. Alpha Romeo’s remix of Delerium Featuring Sarah McLachlan – The Silence was the first house track ever broadcasted on daytime radio in north america and was four weeks in the U.K. top 10 chart. In 2005 Alp ...
Premier Daniel Andrews has announced a delay in easing coronavirus restrictions amid an outbreak in Melbourne's north.
00:00 – Opener. 05:09 – Rush Hour Voice Mail. 11:13 – Cameron Mooney on which forward is crucial in the Grand Final. 17:31 – Vegas Baby! 21:20 – Jars on Hartigan flicking the Crows boys at training. 24:00 – North Melbourne potential candidates. 28:28 – Bernie’s Final Facts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
David King discusses North Melbourne's issues and previews the Grand Final.By SEN
Victoria has recorded five new cases of coronavirus, all linked to a cluster in Melbourne's northern suburbs that has forced some 500 people into quarantine. Hundreds of people are self-isolating after three primary school students attended East Preston Islamic College after their parents thought the children had been cleared by the health departme…
Ben Buckley, North Melbourne Chairman outlines the next steps for the club after the departure of Rhyce ShawBy RSN - Racing and Sport
The boys spoke about where North Melbourne are at after Rhyce Shaw and the club parted ways.By SEN
Ben Buckley speaks to SEN following Rhyce Shaw's departure from the club.By North Melbourne Football Club
Ross, Matt & Siobhan go through the latest out of Arden St following the news senior coach Rhyce Shaw has stepped away from footy, who will be next? As Wayne Carey said, Should we hear more from our club? plenty of questions, hopefully we answer a few!By ROPA Media
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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are threatening to sue an anti-Trump group for "defamatory" billboard ads in New York's Times Square.
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France has recalled its ambassador to Turkey after 'unacceptable' comments by President Erdogan.
So-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for a suicide attack in the Afghanistan capital of Kabul which has left 18 people dead and dozens wounded.
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It doesn't feel like it should be this hard, yet the Melbourne Demons keep proving us wrong and missed finals again in 2020. Game plan and plan B, these are two things that need to change for the Dees to be a real threat. Add some minor changes to the list and the Dees could be a real threat. We take a look at Melbourne's list build, contracts, fre…
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US President Donald Trump has announced that Sudan and Israel have agreed to the normalisation of relations.
Thousands marched across Poland to protest a decision by the top court banned almost grounds for abortion.
A rally was held in Waukegan, Illinois after 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette was killed during a police shooting.
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