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9 October 2018 5:42 AM Fatigue leads to Kyrgios incidents: Woodbridge

Nick Kyrgios is tired, says Todd Woodbridge, and the Australian tennis star needs to adjust his schedule dramatically if he wants to avoid the kind of blow-ups witnessed in China. Woodbridge, the Davis Cup legend and tennis commentator, watched Kyrgios' long and heated exchange with chair umpire Damien Dumusois at the Shanghai Masters with a familiar 11

23 February 2018 1:27 AM Fabio Ferreira turned down Wanderers for Sydney FC

The 28-year-old winger is set to make his debut for the Sky Blues at Allianz Stadium on Sunday against the club he could have joined. Ferreira was one of four first-team players that remained in Sydney during the week instead of travelling to Shanghai for the 2-2 draw with Shenhua in the Asian Champions League, alongside Matt Simon, David Carney and Jordy 39

15 February 2018 12:06 AM Asian Champions League loss wake-up call for Sydney FC, says Graham Arnold

"It's a wake-up call, not only for the players but for the staff and everyone. You come up against a strong opposition and big, powerful, strong boys with pace. We conceded two sloppy goals, and our defence is normally very strong," SYdney FC coach Graham Arnold said. "But they were hard to break down. We had a couple of half-chances but you need better 26

6 February 2018 4:45 AM Victory will make do with what they have got as Sanchez misses out on ACL spot

It's a crucial seven days for Melbourne Victory with two games that could go a long way towards shaping the remainder of their season. But they will have to try to battle their way into the A-League finals and out of their Asian Champions League group with the personnel they have got. Victory boss Kevin Muscat will not look to sign a replacement from the game's 39

21 January 2018 3:51 PM US Navy sails near disputed South China Sea waters, sparking outrage in Beijing

Shanghai: A US Navy destroyer has sailed near the Scarborough Shoal, a disputed South China Sea lagoon claimed by China, angering Beijing. China's foreign ministry said USS Hopper missile destroyer came within 12 nautical miles off Huangyan Island, better known as the Scarborough Shoal and subject to a claim by the Philippines, a historic ally of the United 46

12 January 2018 2:59 AM Markets Live: Miners pull ASX higher

The mighty force of consumerism has taken hold in China. In 2018, retail sales in China are expected to equal or surpass sales in the United States for the first time, another definitive marker in China's rise to economic superpower status. The growth of China's domestic retail market is luring everyone from automakers to make up companies that want to cash in on the country's 159

26 December 2017 3:59 AM China's Shanghai to battle 'big city disease' by limiting population to 25m

China's financial hub of Shanghai will limit its population to 25 million people by 2035 as part of a quest to manage "big city disease", the cabinet has said. The State Council said on its website late on Monday the goal to control the size of the city was part of Shanghai's masterplan for 2017-35, which the government body had approved. "By 2035, the resident 63

4 December 2017 4:05 AM Mark Bourne wins final race of Vertical World Circuit in Hong Kong's tallest building

"The time was not as fast as my best but I'll always take a win when I can get it." Australian Suzy Walshman took out her sixth Vertical World Circuit title, with the top three men and women sharing an $18,000 season-ending purse. "I'm very happy with my run, it's such a long, tough building," Walsham said. "You have to stay focussed the whole way up, I went pretty 73

30 October 2017 9:34 AM Party’s Over? Chinese Markets Battered After Bout of Artificial Calm

Beijing stage-managed artificial calm in the country’s stock markets during last week’s Communist Party congress SHANGHAI—Chinese markets suffered a broad selloff Monday, losing some of the shine they maintained during last week’s major congress of the Communist Party. The country’s $9 trillion bond market led the losses. Benchmark government bond prices 118

30 October 2017 6:05 AM What we know about the 2018 AFL fixtures

* The AFL's Chinese experiment will continue with Port Adelaide to take on Gold Coast at Jiangwan Stadium in Shanghai on a Saturday afternoon in round nine. * Carlton are set to play for points for the first time at Hobart's Blundstone Arena in round four when they take on North Melbourne on Saturday night. * Good Friday footy will continue but it is believed 46