Adelaide star speaks out against free agency in the belief the relaxed player movement rules will ultimately harm the competition.
The finish of the Tour de France in Paris is close. The mountain stages are now finally behind us. There is still some good racing to come – and hopefully for us on Sky.
It was almost 7pm last Wednesday night in Melbourne’s northern suburbs and Nick Kyrgios was restless. “Anyone wanna chill in bundoora tonight? # bored” tweeted the teenaged toast of Wimbledon and conqueror of 14-time major champion Rafael Nadal to his 72,800 global followers.
Australia's Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove, added a wreath of eucalyptus to the thousands of flowers left at the entrance to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport in memory of the MH17 victims.
Paul Messara will wind down his training business in the new racing season after agreeing to take up an increased role with his father John's Hunter Valley breeding operation.
Sister Philomene Tiernan touched so many people – students, family, friends and her sisters.
All the ins and outs for the second half of round 18 of the 2014 AFL premiership season.
The fiance of MH17 victim German school teacher Gabriele Lauschet took a deep breath after a service in her memory and whispered “she was a rock”.
NSW Labor is expected to adopt a series of motions that elevate the importance of Palestinian statehood and condemn Israeli settlements on the West Bank at the party's state conference on Saturday.
A small number of Australian soldiers will be deployed to back up police charged with securing the crash site of MH-17 in Ukraine.