Adam Scott has labelled the notorious afternoon winds as The Australian Golf Club's best "defence" after predicting the big hitters in the Australian Open field were set to dominate scoring.
NSW players gathered at the SCG as they struggled to come to terms with Phillip Hughes' injury.
Victorian magistrates will be trained on family violence, including dealing with perpetrators, as part of a plan to make women and children safer in the courts.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is defending besieged Defence Minister David Johnston against calls for his sacking over publicly denigrating the government-owned shipbuilder ASC.
Nothing could have put the "seriousness" of Michael Clarke's hamstring strain more quickly into perspective. For by now we have all seen the footage, the stark images of what happened when a regulation bouncer hit Phillip Hughes below and behind the left ear on Tuesday afternoon, on an otherwise benign, sunny day at the SCG.
Next week Caterina Kairuz will celebrate one year of being free from cancer. But the special treatment she received isn't available to all, due to cost.
More than 100 people have been struck down by a gastro outbreak at the Sandown Park Greyhound Racing Club in Melbourne’s south-east.
The Wallabies expect to be slapped with a repair bill and are prepared to pay the costs of fixing a hole in the wall at Lansdowne Road after the discovery of dressing room damage in Dublin.
Labor's Kate Lundy says it's the right time for her to leave politics after almost two decades in the senate
So it's big: weighing 27,500 tonnes and stretching 230 metres long and 32 metres wide. Bigger than four Olympic-sized swimming pools. Bigger than eight standard-sized blue whales, if they happened to be lined up on the flight deck head to fluke.