HE WAS Queensland’s enemy No.1 during State of Origin but Blues firebrand Beau Scott says the Maroons like him now he’s in the Australian camp.
SHANE Watson is not prepared to give up on his Test career, even if the longer form of the game puts his body at further risk of breaking down.
CONVICTED drug trafficker Shane Charter and compound pharmacist Nima Alavi will likely be asked to give evidence in person at any AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal hearing of charges against current and former Essendon players.
WHEN Aidan O’Brien speaks, the racing world listens.
SILENT Achiever may be one of the forgotten horses heading into Saturday’s Cox Plate, but trainer Roger James is confident the return of Nash Rawiller to the saddle can produce a return to her best form.
BRISBANE Roar fans have been robbed of the chance to see Spanish World Cup winner David Villa at Suncorp Stadium.
BLADE Runner Oscar Pistorius will spend at least the next 10 months behind the imposing walls of the Kgosi Mampuru II prison.
BRIAN Cranston has something to say to those American mums who have called for the removal of Breaking Bad figurines from Toys R Us.
HE’S been training hard for six months for a few minutes of mayhem against Anthony Mundine and heavy-punching Sergey Rabchenko arrived in Brisbane on Tuesday to finish the job.
HE was booted off Dancing With the Stars, but not before Mark Holden proudly flashed his paunch. And no, it wasn’t a stunt gut.
EVERGREEN Turf has won the multimillion-dollar contract for the Eagle Farm track redevelopment with work set to begin in the next few weeks following a two-month delay.
NIKOLA Petkovic was controversially sent off as Adelaide United defeated Sydney FC 3-1 in extra time to progress to the FFA Cup semi-finals.
HE played in Australia’s two Rugby World Cup victories, captained his country during one of the Wallabies’ most successful eras and even earned the nickname ‘nobody’ — because nobody’s perfect.
SOUTH Australia will turn to skipper Johan Botha and Aussie paceman Kane Richardson to dodge a winless Matador Cup in its one-day closer against Tasmania on Wednesday.
As Australia prepares to unveil its “special one” against Pakistan in Dubai, Test mentors Tom Moody and Mike Hussey have hailed rookie Mitch Marsh an all-round monster in the making.