Hub snub would be a career killer

The five Melbourne-based Supercars teams have been in exile from their home state for over a week now, having been forced north by news that New South Wales would close its borders amid a coronavirus outbreak.

Most of the personnel that ran the border have been based in a hub at Sydney Motorsport Park since leaving Melbourne.

It’s not yet known how long they’ll be away from home, with teams set to leave Sydney as soon as possible after this weekend’s three races and set up a fresh hub in Queensland, which will service trips to Darwin and Townsville.

That means it could be months before drivers and crew members are reunited with their families.

The hub concept had been widely used in Australian sport in recent weeks, with the likes of the Australian Football League, National Rugby League and the A-League currently all using team isolation to keep

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HBO’s ‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ Explores the Horrifying Crimes of Golden State Killer Joseph DeAngelo

Photo credit: Justin Sullivan - Getty Images
Photo credit: Justin Sullivan – Getty Images

From Esquire

Photo credit: Justin Sullivan - Getty Images
Photo credit: Justin Sullivan – Getty Images

On June 29th, 74-year-old Joseph DeAngelo plead guilty to a string of kidnappings and murders, confessing to be the serial rapist and murderer who terrorized California during the 1970s and ‘80s. For decades, families, survivors, and investigators puzzled over the dozens of crimes he committed, and now the story and late writer Michelle McNamara‘s efforts to bring attention to and solve the case are the subject of the six-part HBO series, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark. Here’s what’s known so far about DeAngelo’s life, and how, with the help of online genealogical catalogues, he was finally brought to justice.

Joseph DeAngelo was born into a military family in 1945.

Joseph James DeAngelo was born in Bath, New York, and he spent part of his childhood in West Germany, where his father

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