He's a drug cheat, a bully and a liar who abused his best friends to keep a terrible secret, but has Lance Armstrong finally told the truth? The answer - almost certainly - is no.
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SCOUTING MOVEMENT FACES ACCUSATIONS OVER ABUSIVE SCOUT LEADER Abuse allegations against a scout leader in the 1980s were ignored by the organisation according to one of the victims but the case is now being referred to the Federal Government's royal commission in to child abuse. DOES AUSTRALIAN SPORT NEED A NEW FLAG? The lobby group Ausflag are proposing a new Australian sporting flag to distinguish ourselves from other nations in the sporting arena whose flags also have a union jack element. NOVA PERIS NT SENATE NOMINATION DIVIDES OPINIONS Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced former athlete Nova Peris as the ALP's number one senate candidate in the Northern Territory but that move has upset some in the party and former Territory MP Alison Anderson gives her view of the situation. AUSTRALIA SEES SILVER LINING IN GLOBAL ECONOMIC CLOUD The International Monetary Fund has revised its forecast for global economic growth slightly downwards.
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DEBATE FOLLOWS PROPOSED ANTI-DISCRIMINATION CHANGES If the Gillard Government gets its way discrimination will also include insulting or offending somebody on certain grounds. JOHN NEWCOMBE SERVES JUDGMENT ON AUSTRALIAN TENNIS After another disappointing result for Australians at our home grand slam event, fans are asking: what's wrong with Australian tennis. Former champion John Newcombe delivers his assessment on the past and future. BARACK OBAMA FLAGS AGENDA AT INAUGURATION Following his being sworn in as US President, Barack Obama flagged a progressive agenda for his second term, but what exactly could he look to achieve in the next four years? HIDDEN COSTS BRING NEW CHALLENGE TO BUSHFIRE SURVIVORS Some of those affected by recent bushfires across Australia are finding unforseen costs and insurance shortfalls bringing fresh challenges.
ADHD TREATMENT COULD SLOW BOYS' GROWTH ADHD medication taking over several years could slow growth during puberty according to a University of Sydney study. REPORT BLAMES MISMANAGEMENT AND LAW BREACHES FOR HASTIE COLLAPSE The Hastie group construction firm's collapse left 2,700 workers jobless and creditors owed billions of dollars, and a report released today suggests it was due to mismanagement and potential breaches of the law. NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY LAUNCH SPURS SCRUTINY Speaks with the Australian Strategic Policy Institute's Executive Director Peter Jennings, ahead of the Australian Government's announcement of its national security strategy. ISRAELI ELECTION BRINGS RIGHT WING PRESSURE Israel's general election may see the return of Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister but he's being pressured from the right of politics thanks to parties like Naftali Bennett's pro-settlements and anti-Palestininan state Jewish Home party.
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