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B. 2016-08-19 All Blacks hotel room in Sydney 'bugged'
C. 2016-03-30 Professional surfer mauled by shark off eastern Australia Kiama, Sydney
D. 2015-04-09 Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84 Sydney
E. 2015-01-31 Australia win first Asian Cup title
5. 2014-12-02 Hughes funeral held in Australia Sydney
2014-11-26 Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies Sydney
7. 2014-11-25 Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball New South Wales, Sydney

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Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball   The 25-year-old South Australia batsman collapsed after he was struck by a 'bouncer' from New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott Western Sydney Wanderers win Asian Champions League  Western Sydney Wanderers became the first Australian club to win the league after a goalless draw away to Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal England snags Ashes trophy Australia hails solo yachts girl
All Blacks hotel room in Sydney 'bugged' Map of Double Bay Sydney Australia  New Zealand Rugby says a hotel room where the All Blacks held meetings in Sydney was bugged before a match against Australia Professional surfer mauled by shark off eastern Australia Map of Kiama Australia  Brett Connellan was flown by helicopterin a serious condition after he was attacked off a beach near Kiama Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84  A pioneering leg-spin bowler, Benaud played in 63 Tests, 28 as captain, before retiring in 1964 to pursue a career in journalism and broadca... Australia beating defending champions India   Michael Clarke's men posted a total of 328-7 , largely thanks to Steven Smith's century, with India only able to muster 233 all out in reply Australia win first Asian Cup title   Hosts Australia have won their first ever Asian Cup title, the continent's equivalent of the European Championships, after beating Korea 2-1 Sailing: Wild Oats wins Sydney-Hobart    Australia: Comanche, owned by Netscape co-founder, had to settle for second behind history maker Wild Oats XI in the 70th running of the 'Bluewater Cla... Hughes funeral held in Australia   Batsman Hughes died aged 25 after being hit on the neck by a ball on 25 November Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies


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  Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball
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  Australians have gathered around harbour to welcome back Jessica Watson, 16, from her record round-the-world sailing adventure



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Nov.22  
  Wilkinson secured the game with a last-gasp drop goal in extra-time in historic 20-17 victory over Australia
Nov.16     England into World Cup final  Wilkinson kicked a hat-trick of drop goals and 5 penalties to give England a 24-7 win over France Nov.15 Australia shock New Zealand in semi  Australia upset tournament favorites All Blacks by beating them 22-10 in the Rugby World Cup semifinal Jan.6   Australia wins Ashes series 4-1  England crushed Australia by 225 runs to win the fifth Ashes test Jan.3 Waugh reaches 10,000 runs

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Jan.5   Australia cleansweeps over S. Africa  Australia wins by 10 wickets in the 3rd and final test

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Nov.16   Hewitt beats Rafter, becomes No. 1  Lleyton Hewitt, Patrick Rafter 7-5, 6-2. Hewitt is the youngest man to hold the top ranking Sep.23   Australia beats Sweden  Hewitt beat Johansson 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 and placed Australia into its 3rd consecutive final

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Oct.1 Michael Johnson wins 6th gold medal
  Track star wraps up his Olympic career with relay victory
  Olympic Games closed  Jones, Freeman were the best stories Jones runs her total to 5  Sprint star comes home with 3 gold, 2 bronze Sep.30 Kenyans dominant in distance events Sep.15 17-year-old Ian Thorpe wins 4 medals  Thorpe is breaking his own world record in the 400m freestyle     Olympic Games open
  Organizers thrilled the 110,000 spectators and an 4 billion TV viewers with a spectacular opening ceremony
 Australian Governor General Sir William Deane declared the games officially open. 12,697 performers , including some Aborigine women, take part in the ceremony. Golfer Greg Norman carried the torch across the spectacular harbor bridge to bring the Olympics down under



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West Coast beats Sydney in AFL title. Melbourne Professional surfer mauled by shark off eastern Australia Map of Kiama Australia  Brett Connellan was flown by helicopterin a serious condition after he was attacked off a beach near Kiama Sailing: Wild Oats wins Sydney-Hobart    Australia: Comanche, owned by Netscape co-founder, had to settle for second behind history maker Wild Oats XI in the 70th running of the 'Bluewater Cla... Australia hails solo yachts girl




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2016
Mar.30
2014
Dec.28
2010
May.14
  Australians have gathered around harbour to welcome back Jessica Watson, 16, from her record round-the-world sailing adventure
2008 Mar.28 Sullivan improves 50m world swim record 2006 Nov.20 Swimmer Ian Thorpe retires at 24 2005 Dec.27 Wild Oats snaps yacht race record 2004 Apr.26 Thorpe set for 400-meter defense 2000 Sep.15 17-year-old Ian Thorpe wins 4 medals  Thorpe is breaking his own world record in the 400m freestyle



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2000 Oct.1 Michael Johnson wins 6th gold medal
  Track star wraps up his Olympic career with relay victory
Oct.1 Jones runs her total to 5  Sprint star comes home with 3 gold, 2 bronze Sep.30 Kenyans dominant in distance events




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2007 Jan.12 Clijsters battles to title
2001 Nov.16 Hewitt beats Rafter, becomes No. 1  Lleyton Hewitt, Patrick Rafter 7-5, 6-2. Hewitt is the youngest man to hold the top ranking Sep.23 Australia beats Sweden  Hewitt beat Johansson 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 and placed Australia into its 3rd consecutive final



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2014 Nov.25 Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball   The 25-year-old South Australia batsman collapsed after he was struck by a 'bouncer' from New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott



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2003 Nov.22 England revels in rugby World Cup glory
  Wilkinson secured the game with a last-gasp drop goal in extra-time in historic 20-17 victory over Australia
Nov.16   England into World Cup final  Wilkinson kicked a hat-trick of drop goals and 5 penalties to give England a 24-7 win over France Nov.15 Australia shock New Zealand in semi  Australia upset tournament favorites All Blacks by beating them 22-10 in the Rugby World Cup semifinal



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2015 Jan.31 Australia win first Asian Cup title   Hosts Australia have won their first ever Asian Cup title, the continent's equivalent of the European Championships, after beating Korea 2-1 2014 Nov.1 Western Sydney Wanderers win Asian Champions League  Western Sydney Wanderers became the first Australian club to win the league after a goalless draw away to Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal 2005 Nov.16 Schwarzer puts Australia in finals



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2016 Aug.19 All Blacks hotel room in Sydney 'bugged' Map of Double Bay Sydney Australia  New Zealand Rugby says a hotel room where the All Blacks held meetings in Sydney was bugged before a match against Australia



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2014 Dec.2 Hughes funeral held in Australia   Batsman Hughes died aged 25 after being hit on the neck by a ball on 25 November Nov.26 Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies
  Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball




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2015 Apr.9 Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84  A pioneering leg-spin bowler, Benaud played in 63 Tests, 28 as captain, before retiring in 1964 to pursue a career in journalism and broadca... Mar.26 Australia beating defending champions India   Michael Clarke's men posted a total of 328-7 , largely thanks to Steven Smith's century, with India only able to muster 233 all out in reply 2011 Jan.6 England snags Ashes trophy
2007 Jan.4 Australia sweeps up Ashes 2003 Jan.6 Australia wins Ashes series 4-1  England crushed Australia by 225 runs to win the fifth Ashes test Jan.3 Waugh reaches 10,000 runs 2002 Jan.5 Australia cleansweeps over S. Africa  Australia wins by 10 wickets in the 3rd and final test



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2000 Oct.1 Olympic Games closed  Jones, Freeman were the best stories Sep.15   Olympic Games open
  Organizers thrilled the 110,000 spectators and an 4 billion TV viewers with a spectacular opening ceremony
 Australian Governor General Sir William Deane declared the games officially open. 12,697 performers , including some Aborigine women, take part in the ceremony. Golfer Greg Norman carried the torch across the spectacular harbor bridge to bring the Olympics down under