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    What does Steve Smith need to do to prove his fitness for next Ashes Test in Leeds?
     19 August 2019
    All eyes are on Steve Smith's recovery from concussion ahead of the third Ashes Test. Before he can torment England again, he will need to pass a battery of medical tests.
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    Australia is the world's third-largest exporter of CO2 in fossil fuels, report finds
    19 Aug: A new report places us third, behind only Russia and Saudi Arabia, for exported fossil fuel emissions. Australia beats major exporters like the USA and Iraq, almost entirely thanks to coal.... more
    New Zealand shooting of Sean McKinnon raises tensions and questions in the town of Raglan
    19 Aug: Raglan is regarded by some as the 'Byron Bay of New Zealand', but the murder of Australian tourist Sean McKinnon has residents and visitors to this seaside paradise on edge.... more
    Hong Kong protesters defy ban to return in huge numbers for peaceful rally
    19 Aug: Following weeks of violent clashes with police, a sea of Hongkongers marches through the streets in one of the biggest rallies the territory has seen so far.... more
    The Ashes: Australia hangs on for draw in second Test at Lord's to maintain 1-0 series lead
    19 Aug: Australia's lower order blocks out a tense close to day five after a late wicket surge to clinch a draw in the second Test at Lord's and maintain its 1-0 Ashes series lead.... more
    The platinum-group metals in your car come from ancient meteorites that bombarded young Earth
    19 Aug: Not many of us know that the origins of a contraption in our cars' exhaust pipes are bedded in one of the most violent chapters of Earth's history: when our young planet was under intense bombardment by huge asteroids.... more
    Bangladeshi slum fire destroys 15,000 homes, leaving thousands homeless
    18 Aug: A massive fire sweeps through a slum in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, reportedly destroying 15,000 homes and leaving tens of thousands of people homeless.... more
    Police flood streets of Portland, Oregon, amid stand-off between Proud Boys, Antifa groups
    18 Aug: Police in the US state of Oregon seize a number of weapons as hundreds of far-right protesters and counter-demonstrators rally in the city of Portland.... more
    China's military is stronger than ever, so why does it still need the humble yak?
    18 Aug: China's military is swiftly catching up to the technological prowess of the United States and Russia, but across the country's far-flung mountainous borders, soldiers still ride yaks to patrol the region's punishing terrain.... more
    Quentin Tarantino has written his resignation letter with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    18 Aug: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a melancholic film about the inevitability of change and the certainty that all good things will come to an end, writes Cameron Williams.... more

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     Today's News

    Golf:
    Justin Thomas is in the driver's seat to secure a US15 million dollar payday this week after his BMW Championship win sent him to the top of the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup standings 13:47

    Cricket:
    What does Steve Smith need to do to prove his fitness for next Ashes Test in Leeds? 13:37

    Environment:
    Australia is the world's third-largest exporter of CO2 in fossil fuels, report finds 13:37

    Law and Order:
    New Zealand shooting of Sean McKinnon raises tensions and questions in the town of Raglan 13:27

    Business:
    Super-sized Lime e-scooters are on their way to Auckland 13:27

    Politics:
    Canterbury home buyers can now look up a house's earthquake claim history 13:07

    Golf:
    Justin Thomas has immediately turned his attention to golf's Tour Championship in Georgia 12:57

    Law and Order:
    Hong Kong protesters defy ban to return in huge numbers for peaceful rally 12:37

    Accident and Emergency:
    State Highway 3 in south Taranaki will stay closed for most of the day after a serious crash 12:27

    Law and Order:
    The Coroner will investigate how the murder of a five-year-old Christchurch boy could have been prevented 12:17

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