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Crikey Worm: NT, Qld prepare to be hit by a second cyclone

Good morning, early birds. The Top End is about to be hit by its second cyclone in two weeks. Plus, Indigenous children of the Stolen Generations reportedly given criminal convictions for being stolen. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Fairytales on the field and disasters in the natural world got people talking this week.

Isentia Index: disasters aplenty

Fairytales on the field and disasters in the natural world got people talking this week.

Job losses to come at Bauer? ... Clive Palmer jumps on the Bulldogs bandwagon ... The Age stuffs up Bulldogs ad ...

Tips and rumours

Job losses to come at Bauer? ... Clive Palmer jumps on the Bulldogs bandwagon ... The Age stuffs up Bulldogs ad ...

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What we're reading this weekend: the alt-right and Trump, the making of George Christensen, the love of a Bulldogs fan, normalising Hitler, astrological game-changer, the epidemic of loneliness and life on the ground in Syria.

How to survive a grand final BBQ when you know nothing about football

"Sportsball" is incorrect. Let's clear that one up right away.

Reasons to support the Bulldogs that have nothing to do with sport

Why you should go for the Doggies on Saturday, as written by a dyed-in-the-wool Bombers fan.

The post-match coverage of the Doggies' win was watched by even more people than watched the game.

Bulldogs a ratings smash

The post-match coverage of the Doggies' win was watched by even more people than watched the game.

Thomas Liberatore and Mitch Wallis are more than potential father-son choices for the Western Bulldogs next year, writes <strong>Caroline Wilson</strong>. They're in a different league.

Next generation Western Bulldogs rise up

Thomas Liberatore and Mitch Wallis are more than potential father-son choices for the Western Bulldogs next year, writes Caroline Wilson. They're in a different league.

The AFL is increasingly reliant on gaming machine revenue. But it's not the path to financial security, as the NRL would attest, writes <b>Jeff Wall</b>.

Take note AFL: pokies have undone the NRL

The AFL is increasingly reliant on gaming machine revenue. But it's not the path to financial security, as the NRL would attest, writes Jeff Wall.

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