BORUSSIA Dortmund’s horror run of Bundesliga results has continued after they lost 1-0 at home to Hanover 96 to drop to 15th after a fourth straight defeat.
AUSTRALIA unveiled a bulked up Peter Siddle for the first Test, but the Australian quick was trumped in the power stakes by Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad on day four.
MARIO Balotelli’s struggles in front of goal continued as Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by Hull City at Anfield in an encounter they really should have won.
THE Queensland Bulls are about to enter a new era of opportunity with batting spots up for grabs at the start of the Sheffield Shield season.
AFTER being told she has just six months at most to live, Brittany Maynard, who has terminal brain cancer, has been checking of items on her bucket list.
CONTROVERSIAL footballer Luis Suarez has explained why he bites and how his wife begged him to get help.
LABOR has signalled it might continue the federal government’s policy of turning back the boats, but only if it is safe to do so and has Indonesia’s backing.
IT’S a simple travel mistake any of us could have made, but it’s landed this Australian woman in a filthy Mexican detention centre with no idea when she will be released.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott wants to fix the “dog’s breakfast” of federation by resolving the mismatch between what states are expected to do and what they can afford.
THE Australian share market is expected to start the week higher after good profit results in the US and favourable outcomes expected from European bank stress tests.
INDUSTRY Minister Ian Macfarlane says the government hasn’t walked away from a 20 per cent renewable energy target, but a drop in power consumption has required a “recalibration”.
IT took an astrophysicist, a movie’s special effects team and 800 terabytes of data. Now, we have our first look at what a real black hole may look like.
CYSTIC fibrosis sufferers will save thousands of dollars with the PBS listing of a potentially life-changing medicine.
BIRMINGHAM City’s miserable season has hit a new low as the managerless Championship strugglers suffered their worst-ever home defeat – an 8-0 hammering by Bournemouth.
OUTRAGE over an advertisement comparing a woman’s body to a piece of meat has prompted calls to boycott a popular city eatery.
Away from the chaos of Surry Hills and Darlo, often tucked behind a row of terraces or an unassuming old firehouse, are a handful of suburban hotspots saving locals a trip into the city for date night and even pulling die-hard urbanites out into the fringes.