The New Zealand Rugby League apologises for the petulant comments of some senior Kiwis after their shock World Cup exit
Australia will start as favourites to reclaim the Ashes over the next seven weeks if only because of their home advantage.
Australian Migration Agents PTY LTD has a soft launch of their service in an office in Phnom Penh on Friday.
Australians vote for same-sex marriage, paving the way for legislation by the end of 2017.
Captain Mile Jedinak fired a second-half hat-trick as Australia sweeps into next year’s World Cup.
A young British doctor has described punching a shark that leaped from the water to attack him as he surfed off Australia’s eastern coast.
Australia crisscrosses the globe in their quest for a World Cup berth and, while that path has not always run smooth, they will be confident of a triumphant conclusion.
Papua New Guinea rejects plea to restore services and food supplies detention centre.
Australia turns down an offer to take asylum seekers being held in Papua New Guinea.
In short, the West has turned decisively inward, while China, breaking with its 3,000 years of dynastic history, has turned decisively outward.
The UN says Australia must take immediate action to stop an “humanitarian emergency”.
Skipper Steve Smith says Australia plan to reopen old English Ashes scars starting with a morale-shattering blow in the series opener at the Gabba.
Asylum-seekers refuse to leave an Australian detention camp in Papua New Guinea.
Australia has vowed to increase cooperation with Cambodia in a bid to build closer ties after signing an agreement to hold regular talks.
FIFA’s decision to schedule the World Cup qualifier between Australia and Honduras with just five days in between the two matches was “inhumane”.
India’s sports minister sought to reassure Australian cricketers about their safety after a rock shattered a window on the bus taking them to their hotel.
Usman Khawaja has revealed he was racially abused so much growing up that he refused to support the national side.
Chauka, Please Tell us the Time, which had its international premiere at the London Film Festival, offers a glimpse into daily life at a detention complex on Manus Island.
England is focused on getting the best out of their players and beating Australia during the Ashes.
An asylum-seeker being held on one of Australia’s remote Pacific island camps is found dead, in a suspected suicide.