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Announcer puts own spin on Panesar dispute
Australian ground announcer rubbishes claims he put on Indian accent, while England bring in Bresnan for second Test.
Last updated: 02 Dec 2013 12:06 GMT
No let-up in Ashes hostility
The verbal sparring continues as Mitchell Johnson promises to heap misery on England ahead of second Ashes Test.
Last updated: 27 Nov 2013 15:45 GMT
Lessons to be learned from Trott's plight
The frenzy of opinion on England's Jonathan Trott and news of his stress-related condition must stop.
Last updated: 27 Nov 2013 12:03 GMT
Bad light leaves fans frustrated
England and Australia draw fifth Ashes Test as umpires declare bad light with hosts needing just 21 more runs to win.
Last updated: 25 Aug 2013 19:40 GMT
Profile: Julia Gillard
Australia's first female prime minister prompted dictionary definition change but raised ire in carbon tax policy shift.
Last updated: 26 Jun 2013 10:08 GMT
Much needed water soaks South Australia
Sometimes a little rain is a lot.
Last updated: 21 Apr 2013 10:36 GMT
Black Caviar retires at her finest
Trainer Peter Moody says unbeaten mare Black Caviar will 'wander off into the sunset' after the perfect career.
Last updated: 17 Apr 2013 20:19 GMT
Black Caviar triumphs again
Mare powers to 25th consecutive victory setting new Australian record for Group One wins at Sydney Randwick racecourse.
Last updated: 13 Apr 2013 08:33 GMT
The continuing decline of Australian cricket
While their climate is enviable, these are dark and dreary days for Australian cricket following latest disappointment.
Last updated: 26 Mar 2013 15:31 GMT
Southern hemisphere sizzles
Record temperatures hit Southern Africa and Australia.
Last updated: 18 Jan 2013 09:34 GMT
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