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76ers freak is ‘absolutely absurd’

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A “monstrous” first half performance has reaffirmed the Philadelphia star Joel Embiid’s MVP credentials but the performance wasn’t enough to help the 76ers to a win over the Indiana Pacers.

New ripped rig proves The Beast is back

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Something had to change for Manu Vatuvei, the former Kiwi and New Zealand Warriors league legend who returned to Auckland this year from his stint with English club Salford injured, increasingly overweight, and with worryingly low motivation levels.

Vehicles Travel Along Flooded Road After Torrential Storm in Melbourne

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Cars and trams travelled along flooded roads in Melbourne on Friday, December 14, after the central business district was lashed by a severe storm and torrential rain. Victoria SES warned people in Melbourne and the eastern inner suburbs they were in danger due to flooding, and advised people not to travel through floodwaters. The “freak storm” left drivers trapped in cars, train lines suspended and power outages, according to The Age. Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) said over 37 mm of rain fell in an hour in the CBD, 21 mm of which fell in 10 minutes. More severe thunderstorms were expected on Saturday, according to BoM. Credit: ayeshasilvia via Storyful

Firefighter who lost home receives life changing gift

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A firefighter who lost her home while saving others in Northern California fires has a home again thanks to a group of complete strangers. Lete Sanchez, who has been fighting fires for 10 years, has been sleeping in her car ever since her home in Paradise was destroyed last month. Now she has a home again, thanks to strangers donating a refurbished bus for Ms Sanchez, her fiancé and their pet dog to live in.

Fitzroy Streets Flooded After Massive Deluge Hits Melbourne

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Streets in Fitzroy flooded on Friday, December 14, after a severe storm and torrential rain lashed Melbourne. Victoria SES tweeted that people located in Melbourne and the eastern inner suburbs were in danger due to floodwaters. The “freak storm” left drivers trapped in cars, train lines suspended and power outages, according to The Age. Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) said over 37 mm of rain fell in an hour in the CBD, 21 mm of which fell in 10 minutes. More severe thunderstorms were expected on Saturday. Credit: Jasper Coffee via Storyful
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