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Be one of the last to secure trackside passes to see Black Caviar’s last race in Sydney.



Thanks to Royal Randwick, The Sunday Telegraph is giving you the chance to win one of 10 double passes to see Black Caviar’s last race in Sydney at Randwick Racecourse on April 13, 2013 from 11am (AEST). 


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Disabled couple called ‘lazy c***s’

Supplied Editorial abuse

A COUPLE with a valid handicap parking permit fell victim to a carpark vigilante, who left a nasty note on their car calling them “lazy c***s”.

What happens when your dad is your boss?

What happens when your dad is your boss?

MANY of us would shudder at the thought of working with our parents. Bet you can picture those arguments now. So what’s it really like?

Live: Maxwell falls short of maiden ton

ODI - Australia v England

GLENN Maxwell falls five runs short of his maiden ODI ton after skying one off Stuart Broad. Follow every ball from the WACA in Match Centre!

Why Home and Away fans will be in tears

Pic and chat with Home and Away actor Steve Peacock in the Holt St Studio.

ONE of Summer Bay’s most popular stars, Steve Peacocke, is quitting Home And Away and heading to Hollywood.

NRL

Nines Final Live: Sharks v Rabbitohs

Nines Final Live: Sharks v Rabbitohs

LIVE: The 2014 NRL premiers will clash with the wooden spooners when the Rabbitohs take on the Sharks. Follow our blog!

‘There ain’t nothing lucky about that’

‘There ain’t nothing lucky about that’

PEOPLE go to a life coach for a multitude of reasons. They hate their job, relationship, or they’re crippled by fear. But what are the three things that can help you succeed?