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Cate Campbell has joined exclusive company, becoming just the seventh person overall and third woman to win multiple Australian swimmer of the year awards.
Tail-ender Adam Zampa held his nerve in the final over to guide the Adelaide Strikers to a thrilling one-wicket T20 Big Bash victory over the Perth Scorchers with two balls to spare at the WACA Ground on Monday night.
A British citizen is again on the radar of cricket officials as the World Cup approaches after being evicted from Big Bash League matches at the SCG and ANZ Stadium over the past four days for illegal betting.
It was an impressive story: Joe Burns' great-uncle Harold, who represented Queensland in cricket and rugby league, used his wicketkeeping skills to dismiss Don Bradman in a Sheffield Shield match . . . but, it never happened.
Indonesian cleaners accused of raping three children at the exclusive Jakarta Intercultural School have been found guilty and sentenced to seven and eight year prison sentences.
While the sheer mention of the Tabcorp-TVN dispute has the potential to glaze over the eyes of even the most interested of racegoers, the unrest caused by the breakdown of negotiations could have far wider ramifications than just having race meetings broadcast live or not.
Queensland cricket coach Stuart Law provided an insight into the "challenges" that drive Joe Burns when he revealed the man expected to become Australia's 441st Test player rejected an extension to his contract in order to put pressure on himself to score runs.
The Abbott government has quietly signalled a retreat from the homelessness and low-income housing sector.