It's the summer of 2021. Day-night cricket is now a regular on the program in India and South Africa. England has built a roofed stadium, the Giles Clarke Bowl. And Test cricket, unexpectedly, is still alive.
Chris Dutton Former Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin has declared day-night Test matches "a massive success", adding his replacement Peter Nevill now "feels at home" as the team's wicket-keeper.
Phil Lutton Courtney Walsh, the great West Indian fast bowler, believes the hopes of Caribbean Test cricket could rest with the pink ball.
Larissa Ham You'd be forgiven for thinking Melbourne's weather - erratic at the best of times - swung even more wildly than usual this spring.
Beau Donelly Vulnerable children were in danger of being targeted by paedophile priests because a "paralysis" plagued the Catholic Church's response to abuse allegations for decades, Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart said.
Jesse Hogan As Cricket Australia remain stoic about the potential of the West Indies for the summer's marquee Tests, at the MCG and SCG, its biggest hope of a record crowds at those venues rest with the Big Bash League city derbies.
Peter Hartcher Tony Abbott says he would have died happy with his government's achievements if he had been accidentally killed on the morning of the day he was removed as prime minister.
Peter Martin There's such a thing as too much caution. Older Australians could enjoy far higher standards of living and could cut their reliance on the aged pension if they just ate into just a portion of the $1 trillion tied up in their homes, a new Productivity Commission study has found.
Marissa Calligeros Police believe thieves who stole cigarettes from a Greenvale shop on Monday had burgled three jewellery stores earlier that morning.