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13 July 2018 10:00 AM No quarter given in clash of the cobble stones, Cup and centre court

Unstuck: Chris Froome was broken by the famed cobbles of Roubaix in 2014, which is where Le Tour reaches this weekend. Unusually, the Tour de France carnival rolls into Roubaix tomorrow. A stage of almost 160 kilometres, including 22 kilometres of dangerous, rutted pave. Underlining the pivotal nature of this ninth stage of Le Tour, while Christopher 52

19 June 2018 2:57 PM England triumphs despite flurry of flying insects

In Australia, we're used to seeing flocks of seagulls in the outfield at Tests, or play stop at Melbourne Park while a player gets rid of a cricket, but swarms of insects? That's what England and Tunisia's footballers had to put up with during their World Cup game. Players from both sides had no choice but to use repellent to keep the seasonal bugs - believed 31

29 May 2018 8:54 AM Smith, Warner just need to make the grade to be in World Cup frame

The World Cup could also be the last one-day tournament where two white balls are used by the fielding side in alternative overs. Ball manufacturer Kookaburra, which supplies white balls at an international level in one-day internationals and Twenty20 cricket, is aware of debate over whether it's time to revert to using one ball an innings, as was the case before 53

6 May 2018 7:31 AM VAR system failure led to Victory goal standing in A-League grand final

Football Federation Australia says a "technical failure in the VAR (video assistant referee) system" meant the video assistant referee did not have access to camera views that would have led to an offside call ruling out Melbourne Victory's winning goal over Newcastle Jets in Saturday night's grand final. But the governing body insisted it remains committed 38

19 October 2017 12:43 AM Kyle Sandilands reveals shocking childhood moment

KIIS FM shock jock Kyle Sandilands has opened up about a distressing childhood moment that involved his “drunk” father and another woman. The 46-year-old gave an insight yesterday about his late Brisbane-based dad, Peter, who died of liver and bowel cancer last March, and mother Pam’s marriage breakdown. “When my dad was married to my mother — one day he came home because 165

13 October 2017 12:22 AM Tim Cahill's sponsored celebration for Socceroos winner against Syria could prompt investigation

Could Tim Cahill be in a spot of bother with FIFA over his goal celebrations? While scoring his match-winning brace against Syria, Socceroos star Cahill dropped his famous flag-boxing celebrations for some less-fancied moves, motoring away with airplane arms for both goals before being mobbed by teammates. But amid all the chaos, you would have missed 58

11 October 2017 10:36 PM Donald Trump threatens NBC's broadcast licence over nuclear story he says was 'pure fiction'

United States President Donald Trump has threatened NBC's broadcast licences because he is not happy with how its news division has covered him. The NBC network itself does not need a licence to operate, but individual stations do. Stations owned by other companies such as Tribune and Cox carry NBC's news shows and other programs elsewhere 66

11 October 2017 7:35 PM Trump warns 'disgusting' press after nuclear policy report

US President Donald Trump tore into the press and questioned whether broadcasters should have their licenses revoked Wednesday, after an unflattering story about his nuclear policy. "It's frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write, and people should want to look into it," Trump fumed as he met his Canadian counterpart 272

12 August 2017 1:45 AM AFL informed by GWS of post-match incident where Bulldogs fan poured beer over Toby Greene

THE AFL has been informed of a post-match incident which saw a Western Bulldogs fan pour beer over under-fire GWS forward Toby Greene. Greene was the main talking point following the Giants’ 48-point win on Friday night after being reported for a kick to the face of Luke Dahlhaus. The Match Review Panel will determine Greene’s fate on Monday after he kicked 98

11 August 2017 6:13 PM The sun goes down in the west – a dark day for Australian rugby

The longest 72 hours in the history of Australian rugby has ended with the ARU finally announcing that it will “discontinue” the Force as the Super Rugby competition reverts to 15 teams from 2018. If this was to mark the end of one of the sorriest chapters in Australian rugby that would be bad enough, but the likelihood for Australian rugby fans is that there 241 1