Hawthorn's premiership hangover has continued in Tasmania during a visit to the team's second home.
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Syrian karate competitor Nour Aldin Al-Kurdi has become the fifth athlete at the Asian Games to fail a doping test, the Olympic...
Kansas City have celebrated their first MLB playoffs appearance in 29 years with a thrilling win over Oakland.
England international coach Steve McNamara says Sam Burgess and James Graham proved last weekend they are two of the world's best players.
Melbourne Stars have finalised their squad for the 2014-15 Big Bash League season, while Pat Cummins has joined Sydney Thunder.
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita remains in South Korea despite being cleared to return home after paying a fine for stealing a...
The Highlanders have made seven new signings in the forwards as they look to bolster their set piece for the 2015 Super Rugby season.
Souths captain John Sutton has hailed Sam Burgess' freakish footballing talents ahead of Sunday's NRL grand final against Canterbury.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All-rounder Doug Bracewell has earned a recall to the New Zealand test squad for their series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates...
Rookie goal attack Ameliaranne Wells is keen to test herself against some familiar faces when the Silver Ferns meet Australia in Invercargill.
AFL club Gold Coast has sacked coach Guy McKenna, with Mark Thompson considered the frontrunner to replace him.
Robbie Deans denies being too leniant on his young guns despite dipping player behavioural standards costing him his Wallabies coaching job.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As the dust settles over yet another Ryder Cup defeat for the United States, PGA of America president Ted Bishop says he would like to see...
Champion All Blacks playmaker Dan Carter has admitted how much he struggled to come to terms with Robbie Deans' decision to coach the Wallabies.
LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge won't be fit to play in England's Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Estonia next week, according...
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Gravity—yes, gravity—is the latest victim of climate change in Antarctica. That’s the stunning conclusion announced Friday by the European Space Agency.
Hong Kong was under British rule for 156 years before reverting to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, 1997. Since then, July 1 has turned into a day of protest for...
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The Sri Lankan Government has dismissed as 'baseless' the findings of an SBS investigation into the mistreatment of failed asylum seekers sent back to the country...
Several new buildings set to go up around Sydney could revitalise the city's skyline.
The Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has opened the first of what's hoped to be a series of major exhibitions at the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Suicide attempts are on the rise and more than a dozen asylum seekers have sewn their lips shut on Nauru since the Abbott Government announced changed visa...