A seal has swum all the way along the Yarra River from Port Phillip Bay, playing and catching two big fish before ending up in South Yarra.
Brandie O’Connor can’t quite make out the colour of her two Glasgow treasures, but that doesn’t bother her.
The American businessman recently hired and then sacked by Myer on his first day — after it found he had allegedly falsified his credentials — has been charged by Victorian police with fraud.
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The notion that 3663.5km of riding a bike within a three week period might affect the human the body should hardly come as a surprise, but a photo posted by Polish cyclist Bartosz Huzarski's legs taken after the 18th stage of the Tour de France highlighted just how great a toll the event places on its athletes.
Australian Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis signalled his intent to chase the country's first medal in men's basketball.
Australia faces a bleak future of higher unemployment and lower living standards without an urgent and fundamental "mindset change" by governments, business and individuals, according to a landmark study of competitiveness.
The federal government has approved a giant Queensland coalmine that it says will generate as much as $300 billion for the economy but which environmental groups say will contribute to a “carbon bomb” and risk causing significant damage to the Great Barrier Reef.
It goes without saying Hawthorn is the most successful club of football’s last 50 years, 10 of its 11 premierships won since 1971, a strike rate of one flag every 4.3 seasons, phenomenal consistency over a sustained period.
Collingwood is always a victim of bloated expectations. A football club with a massive membership, huge following and the game’s most outspoken president guarantees headlines whether it’s performing or not.