Veteran Cat Announces Retirement After 260 Games

Shaun Higgins has announced his retirement after 260 AFL games. In the 34-year-old’s 17-year stint in the AFL, he played for the Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and now Geelong, where he has played 23 games. Higgins, a 2018 All-Australian, informed his teammates of his decision on Tuesday morning. Shaun Higgins has announced his retirement after … Read more

US senators introduce bill to designate Russian state sponsor of terrorism

US Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) speak during an interview with Reuters as the Russian attack on Ukraine continues on July 7, 2022 in Kiev, Ukraine. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (Reuters) – Democratic and Republican US senators on Wednesday passed legislation … Read more

VFL Demons Rise to Secure Grand Final berth

The Demons are playing in a Grand Final, albeit not the one they wanted, after dominating their VFL Preliminary Final against Brisbane on Saturday. The final margin was 51 points and the game was largely one-sided halfway through the first quarter. The AFL game between the two sides the night before saw the Lions make … Read more

Leon Cameron rejects Essendon’s approach

Leon Cameron is out of the running to be Essendon’s next coach SENs Gerard Whatley. Cameron left early this year midway through his ninth season as an executive at GWS, looming as one of the best licensed coaches available to the Bombers. New president Dave Barham sacked Ben Rutten after losing round 23 to Richmond … Read more

Dustin Martin calls to stay in Richmond

Dustin Martin has informed Richmond that he will remain with the club for the 2023 season sports day Sam McClure. The Brownlow medalist’s future lies under a cloud this season and has been consistently linked to an interstate move. Martin lost his father earlier this year and struggled with form and injury problems in 2022. … Read more

Biden plans to ask Congress to approve $1.1 billion arms sale to Taiwan

WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (Reuters) – The Biden administration plans to ask Congress to approve an estimated $1.1 billion in arms sales to Taiwan, including 60 anti-ship missiles and 100 air-to-air missiles, Politico reported Monday, citing sources, amid heightened tensions with China. China conducted its biggest war games around the democratically-ruled island after a visit this … Read more