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    • Electrician Oakleigh February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Oakleigh Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 9/21 Hanover St, Oakleigh VIC 3166 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-oakleigh Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a electric […]
    • Electrician Highett February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Highett Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 5/9 Remington Dr, Highett VIC 3190 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-highett Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a electricia […]
    • Electrician Prahran February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Prahran Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 1 Mount St, Prahran VIC 3181 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-prahran Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a electrician in P […]
    • Electrician Murrumbeena February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Murrumbeena Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 17 Murrumbeena Rd, Murrumbeena VIC 3163 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-murrumbeena Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for […]
    • Electrician Melbourne February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Melbourne Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 12 Queens Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-melbourne Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a electric […]
    • Electrician Carnegie February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Carnegie Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 322 Neerim Rd, Carnegie VIC 3163 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-carnegie Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a electricia […]
    • Electrician Malvern East February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Malvern East Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 881 Princes Hwy Service Rd, Malvern East VIC 3145 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-malvern-east Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re […]
    • Electrician Oakleigh South February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Oakleigh South Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 1213-1217 Centre Rd, Oakleigh South VIC 3167 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-oakleigh-south Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re […]
    • Electrician South Yarra February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician South Yarra Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 2 Bray St, South Yarra VIC 3141 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-south-yarra Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a elect […]
    • Electrician Noble Park February 6, 2020
      Business name: Electrician Noble Park Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 24 hours Address: 51 – 53 Buckley St, Noble Park VIC 3174 Phone: 0488 880 884 Website: https://lexityelectrical.com.au/?utm_source=directory&utm_medium=gmb&utm_campaign=electrician-noble-park Category: Electrician Description: We reckon we’re some of the best if you’re looking for a […]

RFU unveils new Guinness Premiership drug policy

GUINNESS Premiership players caught taking drugs will escape with a fine and be given anonymity from next year.

But they will be disciplined and have their names made public if they fail two tests within 18 months, according to the Daily Mail.

The Rugby Football Union is introducing the measures as part of a crackdown on the use of illegal substances in England’s domestic competition.

It follows a drug scandal at Bath led to four players being suspended and another – former Australian international Justin Harrison – being given his marching orders. CLICK HERE to read more.

England confirm five-match tour of Australia and NZ

ENGLAND has confirmed it will play five matches Down Under in June as part of their preparations for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

According to The Telegraph, the Martin Johnson-coached side will play the Wallabies in Perth and Sydney, as well as two midweek games against the Western Force and Australia A prior to the first and second tests respectively.

The tour – which will be the 2003 Rugby World Cup winner’s longest since the trek to South Africa in 2000 – will conclude with a match against the New Zealand Maoris in Auckland. CLICK HERE to read more.

More on Melbourne Super 15 saga

THE AUSTRALIAN Ruby Union is confident the Melbourne Super 15 franchise will be up and running by early next year, says its deputy chief executive Matt Carroll.

But they have not ruled out the possibility of appointing a project manager if the ownership issues have not been solved by then.

It was reported two days ago that the venture was in serious risk after a number of investors from the VicSuper15 group pulled out of negotiations with the ARU following a funding dispute.

However, despite two backers – Craig Dunn and Ray Evans – walking away from the deal, those fears seemed to be exaggerated.

Carroll (above left) confirmed to the Australian Associated Press that negations were continuing with the other perspective investors – Kevin Maloney and Harold Mitchell – and any issues surrounding Australia’s first privately run franchise would be sorted by early next year. CLICK HERE to read more.

Beale to play fullback for Tahs?

COULD we see Wallaby first five Kurtley Beale wearing the No15 shirt for the Waratahs during the Super 14?

Rumour has it that Daniel Halangahu is the frontrunner to secure the playmakers role, and with the Sydney-based side having also signed Wallabies vice captain Berrick Barnes from the Reds, it seems the 20-year-old’s path in the halves is blocked, meaning game time at fullback is likely.

Tahs coach Chris Hickey even hinted as much during an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald. CLICK HERE to read more.

Maxwell: Olympic inclusion bad news for Scotland rugby

WHO SAID sports and politics don’t mix?

According to The Scotsman, former sports minister and Nationalist party MSP Stewart Maxwell (right) has quashed the old adage, calling for the Scotland Rugby Union to veto rugby sevens inclusion in the 2016 Olympic Games.

The West of Scotland MSP fears it will lead to the scrapping of the Sevens World Cup and undermine Scotland’s national team.

“The SRU must use their place in the IRB to stop this plan that will push Scotland’s sevens – the home of sevens – off the world stage,” he says. CLICK HERE to read more.

Crowley gets old Taranaki job back

WELECOME back, Leo Crowley.

No doubt that’s what Taranaki Rugby Union chief executive Mark Robinson said when he named him as assistant coach of the amber and blacks for the next two seasons.

The appointment will be the second time Crowley (left) has held the position, after initially serving under Adrian Kennedy in 2008 before falling out with the recently departed coach.

“I’m absolutely stoked,” Crowley told the Taranaki Daily News after being asked how he felt about getting his old job back. CLICK HERE to read more.

Salary caps and foreign player quota for Top 14

Former All Black captain Tana Umaga is among the foreigners playing in France

FRENCH clubs face salary caps and limits on the number of foreign players they can have on their books next season, according to website allblacks.com.

The La Ligue Nationale de Rugby – the governing body that oversees both the Top 14 and Pro D2 competitions – will implement the measures as they attempt to curb spending of the country’s richest clubs.

Under the proposals, a salary cap of 8 million Euros will be implemented, with clubs having to hold 20% of their salary budget in reserve.

A quota on foreign players will also be introduced, meaning 40% of players would have to ‘home grown’. CLICK HERE to read more.