Petra Kvitová doesn’t care if she’s world No. 1 – she’s focused on the next game

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January 22, 2019. A win against Aussie Ash Barty sees Petra Kvitová move past the quarter finals at the Australian Open. Giving credit to her opponent, she says that Barty played incredible, and that it can be hard to play at home under the intense pressure. Learning that she's now probably the world number one, Kvitová says that she doesn't really care, and that she's just focused on her next game. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray)

Extra paramedics stationed at NSW music festivals

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Extra paramedics will be sent to three music festivals across NSW this weekend to help partygoers, following a recent spate of fatal overdoses. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has stood firm against pill testing, and says she will wait for the results from an inquest into spate of recent suspected overdoses. Over the past four months, five people have died from suspected overdoses at festivals in NSW alone.

Family of Aya Maasarwe return to Israel with her body

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The family of murdered exchange student Aya Maasarwe are embarking on the long journey to Israel with the 21-year-old's body. Her family plans to bury her in line with their Muslim faith after a funeral on Wednesday in Israel. Noor Massarwa posted a tribute to her sister on Instagram, writing 'she was living a dream in Melbourne, a dream that ended up being worst (sic) than a nightmare'.

Sports Now: Around the grounds

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Stefanos Tsitsipas has powered through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open, Serena Williams has defended the state of women’s tennis, describing it as being at the ‘highest level it’s ever been’, and Rory Sloane will co-captain the Adelaide Crows alongside Taylor Walker.

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