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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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Teenage boy ‘too old’ for brain tumour drug

Boy With Brain Tumour

Eileen O’Sullivan has labelled the decision to withhold drug funding for her 17-year-old son Jack because he’s too old, ‘a death sentence’ that will cost her $20k a year.

Young workers want to hit and quit

Young workers want to hit and quit

IT’S not just Tinder. New research has found young people want to hit and quit in their professional lives as well.

Departure Lounge: Blues axe three

Port v Carlton AFL game at Adelaide Oval.

UPDATED: CARLTON has made a further three changes to its playing list with Mitch Robinson, Brock McLean and Kane Lucas delisted.

The film Sophie Monk doesn’t want you to see

The film Sophie Monk doesn’t want you to see

BEFORE she returned to our shores for a new career on radio, Sophie Monk starred in a little-seen horror film as a lesbian vampire. Yes, we have pictures.

NRL

Sheens unleashes Generation Next on Kiwis

Sheens unleashes Generation Next on Kiwis

THE Kangaroos have included five debutants in their 17 for the Four Nations opener against New Zealand. Check out all the teams for the weekend.

‘What price do you pay for a human life?’

‘What price do you pay for a human life?’

LACHLAN has a rare and aggressive lung cancer. But his treatment, which costs $100,000 a year, isn’t covered by the PBS. A new fundraising campaign launched this month aims to help rare cancer sufferers like Lachlan.