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1 April 2018 2:29 AM Mark Taylor defends James Sutherland over handling of cricket crisis

Those steps involved dispatching Cricket Australia’s high performance regulator Pat Howard, and Iain Roy, the organisation’s senior legal counsel and integrity head, on “the first plane out” to conduct an investigation. “Once they're gone James sorts out the rest of us, board members, his staff back in Australia, then he's on the plane as well. “At the end of all that, in the space 13

31 March 2018 10:59 AM Plot thickens with Smith unaware of key elements of tampering plan

Smith, who was stripped of the captaincy and suspended from playing domestic and international cricket for 12 months, has accepted full responsibility for his role in the episode, describing it as a "failure of leadership". He cannot be considered for a leadership position for two years. The saga has damaged Smith's high standing in the game and cost him considerably 15

29 March 2018 12:27 PM 'A stain on the game': Warner apologises for ball-tampering scandal

"I need to take a deep breath and spend time with my family, friends, and trusted advisers. You will hear from me in a few days." ​Warner and former captain Steve Smith have been banned from international and domestic cricket for a year by Cricket Australia for their role in the ball-tampering scandal that occurred in the third Test against South Africa 12

28 March 2018 12:56 PM 'What the f--- is going on?' The words that cleared Darren Lehmann

Johannesburg: Cricket Australia has moved to distance Darren Lehmann from the ball-tampering crisis, saying he had radioed down to substitute Peter Hanscomb to tell him to ask "what the f--- is going on" rather than to tell Cameron Bancroft that he had been sprung with a piece of sandpaper. There has been intense pressure on the head coach in the wake of the firestorm 15

26 March 2018 11:01 AM Lehmann in the firing line as CA seeks to rebuild shattered team image

Cape Town: Cricket Australia is prepared for the national side to lose matches to clean up the mess left by the revelations of cheating in South Africa, beginning a wider examination into the team’s culture that is likely to claim head coach Darren Lehmann. That is the extraordinary message out of the organisation’s headquarters in Melbourne in the wake of the furious 11

2 March 2018 7:57 AM AFL: What happened with Manuka Oval lights during GWS Giants-Collingwood clash?

"'Spike' [McVeigh] was our coach for the night and he mentioned that he wasn't quite sure what was going to happen because the lights were out. "I was a bit shocked again, I thought he was joking but I turned around and saw that one end was out. We were hoping it would come back on and the guys sorted that out so we just got on with the game really 13

28 February 2018 6:27 AM Mike Symons defends his position with Melbourne Racing Club

Melbourne Racing Club chairman Mike Symons has defended his position at the helm of the club as the Aquanita inquiry continues, while Racing Victoria's chief steward Terry Bailey denies giving Symons a “heads up” about the investigation. And Symons, who is also a director of Aquanita – now known as Neerim Lodge – hit back at a call from respected syndicator 22

20 February 2018 10:12 PM Aquanita staffs' text messages could spark Victoria Police investigation

The publication of text messages relating to the Aquanita inquiry, which show that horses were being treated with illegal substances in the 24 hours leading up to their races and being "topped up" on the day, leaves the door open for a Victoria Police investigation. The text messages, reportedly discovered by integrity investigators and published by News Corp, reveal 30

11 February 2018 5:03 AM Tourists dead in Indonesia bus crash

A packed tourist bus returning from an outing has collided with a motorbike and plunged off a hill on Indonesia's main island of Java after its brakes apparently failed, killing at least 27 people. At least 18 others were hospitalised with injuries, some in critical condition, following the crash on Saturday on a winding slope in Subang in West Java province 56

10 February 2018 3:33 AM Woman charged with terrorism after alleged 'Islamic State' stabbing

A 24-year-old Bangladeshi woman who has been in the country for less than a fortnight has faced court charged with terrorism after an alleged "Islamic State-inspired" stabbing in Mill Park. Momena Shoma, a student and Bangladeshi national, was remanded in custody on a terrorism-related charge after facing Melbourne Magistrates Court during a brief hearing 38