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Cycling: The Australian Orica-GreenEDGE team may not have a rider vying for overall victory or a top place in the Giro d'Italia that ends on Sunday.
He is a former teammate and the first rider in whom a teary Cadel Evans confided about a fractured elbow that might have cost him Tour de France victory in 2010.
Rolf Harris made an odd choice for a final encore, considering.
Alan Moir, The Sydney Morning Herald's political cartoonist, sketches the political unreality.
An early morning text message from a friend is believed to have sparked David Warner's Twitter tirade.
The Wallabies may have to do without one returning son but another is still very much in the mix.
Cooper was out of the 25. The process that led to that point has been a few years in the making.
Robbie Deans has asked five-eighth Quade Cooper to be more "assertive" in attack as well as defence before he selects him to play against the British and Irish Lions in Brisbane next month.
Warriors players have received a dressing down after some were seen on television smiling and laughing at full time in Saturday night's record 62-6 loss to Penrith.
THE VIOLENT attack on 74-year-old Helen Hillier last week has led to a call from Nambucca Shire mayor ...
Bowraville Bowling Club witnessed its own piece of history on Sunday when two of their youngest registered players, ...
THE right of terminally-ill people to choose to die is an emotive issue but one which Scotts Head ...
THE VALLEY'S first International Film Festival has finally opened in town.