Former world number one Jason Day is determined to bring a more positive mindset to the Presidents Cup in Melbourne this year after struggling to produce his best for the Internationals team in four consecutive losses to the United States.
Formula One is changing its scoring system to award a point to the driver who sets the fastest race lap, starting from this weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
The north bank of Melbourne’s Yarra River is dotted with a series of Aboriginal-made art installations. The eel-shaped winding paths, the metal shields and the message sticks are a reminder of the original inhabitants of this part of Australia.
Djokovic and Tsonga will take a trip down memory lane today to renew their rivalry.
A homeless man used a shopping trolley to fend off an attacker, is rewarded.
Australia is seeing a surge in millionaires migrating to the country.
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Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, strengthening the Austrian capital’s claim to being the world’s most pleasant city to live in.
Sexton has a point to prove in a must-win second test against Australia tomorrow.
Two skaters represent the kingdom at the Oceania International Novice Competition.
In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, Cambodia lost one of its brightest stars in a tragic road accident. Kak Channthy, the modern-day Pan Ron whose sole passion was to promote the glory days of Cambodia’s music scene.
the FIA settled on the halo – a thong-like titanium and carbon fibre structure above the cockpit – to protect drivers.
Up to 14 people are killed in landslides in the remote Papua New Guinea highlands.
The wife and children of slain political analyst Kem Ley have arrived in Melbourne, Australia, after staying in Thailand.
Federer powered home to beat Marin Cilic in five sets to win his sixth Australian Open and 20th Grand Slam title.
Amidst the chaos we see everywhere, it’s heartening to know that some people go out of their way to serve others. They are those who spend their time and energy making other people’s lives better.
It is fair bet that few would have picked South Korean Hyeon to be the player to break the dominance Federer.
Federer argued with an umpire but mostly let his racket do the talking.
Unseeded Kyle Edmund and Elise Mertens pulled off huge upsets to march into uncharted territory at the Australian Open.
Nadal was rattled by a feisty challenge from Diego Schwartzman but held firm to fend off the diminutive Argentine 6-3 6-7(4) 6-3 6-3.
Novak Djokovic will lurk as 14th seed for next week’s Australian Open in Melbourne.
Former champions Stan Wawrinka and Rafa Nadal gave Australian Open organisers a massive boost yesterday.
Azarenka, who has been locked in a custody battle over her young son, pulls out of the Australian Open.
Andy Murray pulls out of the Australian Open after failing to recover from a hip injury.
Anderson has described as “ridiculous” accusations that he was involved in tampering with the ball during the drawn fourth Ashes Test.
Getting whacked on the hand by a Cameron Bancroft shot would not keep Steve Smith from the Boxing Day Test against England.
An Australian-Afghani with mental issues runs over Christmas shoppers in Melbourne.
Umpires should invoke cricket’s laws and protect England’s tailenders from Australia.
Australia will head to Melbourne for the Boxing Day Test against England brimming with confidence after reclaiming the Ashes in Perth.
Serena Williams will make her tennis comeback at the Australian Open.