Injured Wallabies flanker Scott Fardy will use the Super Rugby season to launch his bid for World Cup selection, admitting Australian rugby faces "a pretty strange time" after appointing its third coach in 15 months.
Mitchell Johnson was shaping as Australia's most dangerous weapon after being locked in a grim battle of attrition on Wednesday with a Pakistan batting line-up intent on keeping Michael Clarke's side in the desert heat for as long as possible.
An Australian light aircraft flying from Darwin has been forced to land by two Sukhoi fighter jets because it was in Indonesian airspace without permission.
Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has vowed to unite the states behind the Australian team.
A horse owned by Sheikh Fahad winning a Geelong Cup with Craig Williams in the saddle is an ominous pointer to bigger things.
Jacqui Lambie should resign from Parliament if she is not going to take her job seriously, government MP Craig Laundy says, following the Palmer United senator's warning that Ebola-infected "suicide agents" could attack Australia.
The man found murdered, wrapped in plastic and dumped in a Bali rice field with his throat slashed was trying to build a motel in Sanur and was experiencing serious cash flow problems, an Australian friend has said.
The announcement of Michael Cheika as the new Wallabies coach on Wednesday was the first big step Australian rugby is making to pick itself up from the crisis that has engulfed it in recent weeks and to rebuild for next year’s World Cup.
The intellectual rigour of the most complex high school mathematics does not daunt the students at Sydney Girls High School.
Jennifer and Glenda Lloyd form one of just 31 same-sex couples who married before the ACT law was found to be inconsistent with the Commonwealth Marriage Act and was thrown out.