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Matildas to get equal pay

Australia’s women footballers will earn the same as the Socceroos in a groundbreaking new deal

Folau handed sack notice over anti-gay comments

Folau posted on Instagram: "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators — Hell awaits you."

Warner asked me to tamper with ball, says Bancroft

Bancroft was seen using sandpaper to try to rough up the ball in the Cape Town Test in March

Australian archbishop gets 12 months for concealing child abuse

The Adelaide archbishop was found guilty in May of concealing abuse by notorious paedophile priest Jim Fletcher during the 1970s

China concerns evolve: US to send marines to Darwin

US President Barack Obama will use a visit to Australia next week to announce that America will station marines at a base in Darwin.

Top golfer stands up for Tiger’s former caddy

Greg Norman has come out in support of Steve Williams, saying he was not a racist after he made a slur against Tiger Woods at a weekend event.

Foster’s CEO defends SABMiller takeover

Foster's defended the decision to approve SABMiller's takeover of the Australian brewer, putting it in foreign hands for the first time in 150 years.

Flight chaos in Australia as ash cloud returns

After causing no little bother to SA air travel at the weekend, the Chilean ash cloud is wreaking havoc in Australia's skies once more.

Last WWI combatant Claude Choules dies in Australia

Briton Claude Choules, the last World War I combat veteran, has died aged 110 in Australia.

Blatter ‘expects’ Qatar World Cup in winter

The prospect of the 2022 Qatar World Cup being held in the winter moved a step closer when Sepp Blatter said that this is what he expects will happen.

Suspended Pakistan cricketers face corruption probe

A make-or-break anti-corruption tribunal against Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir opened on Thursday.

Games overshadowed by second positive drugs test

The Commonwealth Games were overshadowed by a second positive doping test as a top official warned about the pitfalls of the supplement industry.

Games lurch on as athletics takes centre stage

The athletics programme is due to start at the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday amid concerns about the state of the track.

Glitches keep haunting Games

Commonwealth Games organisers insisted on Tuesday that empty stadiums would fill up as India brought some cheer to home fans with two gold medals.

Alonso edges Vettel as title race hots up

Fernando Alonso produced a masterful drive on Sunday to win an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix ahead of a charging Sebastian Vettel.

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