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There's a natural inclination for all of us to barrack for the trade, and in particular, to lavish hope and praise on the clubs that land players with name recognition. But it's quite possible that clubs who didn't make big moves will be better placed in the perpetual premiership race.
Officials are banking on about 16,000 fans when Australia play New Zealand in Tyson Frizell's home town, a handy attendance following the World Cup 9s.
Revelations of Rugby Australia's interest in Suliasi Vunivalu come after he and teammate Nelson Asofa-Solomona were involved in an off-field incident in Bali.
The biggest news outlets in Australia, normally fierce rivals, are uniting in support of press freedom.
Marnus Labuschagne's third Sheffield Shield half-century in four innings has sealed Queensland's win over South Australia at the Gabba – and no doubt guaranteed the Bulls batsman his Test spot.
An anonymous group of Infoscions calling themselves 'ethical employees' has alleged that the firm has been dressing up its books to show better profit numbers. In a letter to Infosys board and US Securities Exchange Commission, they targetted CEO Salil Parekh with forcing the finance team to take a number of steps that go against standard accounting practices.
It was 4 a.m. when 16-year-old Yoo Chae-rin realized she had been on her phone for 13 hours. In less than three hours, she had to be up for school.
American legal campaigner Erin Brockovich says Australia has a "unique" opportunity to get ahead of the silicosis issue, but only if it takes action now.
In 1950, Commonwealth police staged simultaneous raids on Communist offices across the country, seizing large stacks of documents, literature and books.
Boris Johnson wants "a straight up-and-down vote" as the Commons returns to action two days after its rare Saturday session.
Egyptian authorities revealed the contents of 30 ancient wooden coffins discovered in Luxor, including mummies. The discovery was the country's largest in more than a century, according to the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Kurdish troops belonging to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have withdrawn from the key border town of Ras al-Ain as part of a US-brokered ceasefire agreement with Turkey.
Can the White Ribbon movement be salvaged from its corporate collapse? Those working with men to stop violence against women say it can.
A chance encounter with gamelan music in Indonesia has inspired a beguiling cross-cultural experiment by Susheela Raman.
Australia's biggest miner, BHP, has struck a series of renewable energy contracts to replace coal in supplying power for its copper mines in Chile.
The man who was shot by police almost two weeks ago has been charged.
US captain Tiger Woods is buoyant about his chances of lining up at Royal Melbourne in December.