CAPTAIN Michael Clarke will read a statement on behalf of the Australian team at 10.00am AEDT today, paying tribute to Phillip Hughes.
DERRICK Rose returned from his latest injury and scored 14 of his 21 points in the second half to help the Bulls pull away for a 109-102 win over the Boston Celtics.
ONE of Britain’s most senior police officers has attacked retailers after Black Friday promotions sparked chaos and violence in stores around the country.
RAY Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, the players’ union said today.
TWO Australian tourists have died and seven others are injured, after a van collided with a milk tanker in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty.
SPANISH driver Carlos Sainz Jnr. will pair with Max Verstappen for the Formula One team in 2015.
Thanks to a speedy new light rail, this Inner West district is finally getting noticed.
Victorian Labor is on the brink of victory.
A NEW list has been released listing the world’s top 50 models. However there have been some shocking omissions, including our very own Miranda Kerr.
DEVOUT Christian Linda Robertson says her son came out to her at 12-year-old but that she forced him in ‘conversion therapy’. Now she is travelling the US to ensure more kids don’t die like hers did.
MOTORISTS are in line for more relief at the petrol bowser as world oil prices plummet.
THEY grow up so fast. The little girl who terrified us in The Ring is now 24 years old, and she’s causing a stir in Hollywood.
IN the most trying circumstances, and while reconciling their personal grief, the officials of Cricket Australia have handled the awful task that befell them after Phillip Hughes’ tragic accident with exemplary calm and dignity.
SELFIE sticks, bronzed bods, Instagram frenzies and clinking glasses — it was all hands on deck when a crew of ‘influencers’ hit Hayman Isle for two days full days of pure, unadulterated luxury.
THE fact Joel Edgerton sprints out the door the moment our chat is done shouldn’t be taken as an indictment on the quality of banter just shared.
WITH four Academy Awards to her name, Catherine Martin has the distinction of being the most successful Australian in Oscars history.