Is it Australia Day - or April Fool's Day?
Andy Murray knows all about the pressures of a home grand slam, but he admits he never shared the same belief Nick Kyrgios possesses to win a major as a teenager.
More than 30 Philippines police commandos have been killed trying to capture South-east Asia’s top Islamist terrorist, who was involved in planning the 2002 Bali bombings.
Our Sir Prince Flipper, that Australian nonpareil, wasn't at Melbourne Park on Monday, nor Her Majesty, His Missus. That was a bit of a surprise, because there can be no more Australian place on Australia Day than the Australian Open (see, three in one sentence).
Tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios has attracted criticism for launching expletive-laden tirades at fans while also hammering ball kids, lines officials and the umpire during his five-set thriller at Melbourne Park on Sunday night.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared social media "electronic graffiti' while defending his decision to make Prince Philip a knight.
Sarah Harrison, Joseph Farrell and Kristinn Hrafnsson have been informed by Google that all their Gmail account content and metadata were provided to US federal law enforcement officers.
Knight Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of the Queen of Sheba.
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