Victorian trainer Andy Gath wasn't thinking about the Miracle Mile when he brought stayer Maximan from New Zealand this year but it is on the agenda after four wins from five starts in his new home.
It’s an incident so ugly that it’s made headlines around the world.
A dog breeder has been allowed to continue running a puppy farm despite evidence that appears to show dire conditions inside the breeding centre in north-western NSW.
Sydney Kings' 15th straight loss at the hands of Perth could be made worse with star import Josh Childress facing the prospect of a suspension for a stray forearm on Wildcats opponent Jesse Wagstaff.
Two Australian light-aircraft pilots forced to land by fighter jets because they were violating Indonesian air space have been allowed to fly on to their destination in the Philippines.
Irish-born England batsman Eoin Morgan does not believe Cricket Ireland would want to follow the same path as Wales and link up with the English cricket board because the governing body has fought hard to take the country to where it is today, which includes being a three-time qualifier for the ICC World Cup.
Tired of the drought and intent on trying his hand full time at the thoroughbred game, Brett Thompson was a happy man even before his "Gulgong Grey" won under the bright lights of Moonee Valley on Friday night.
Trade Minister Andrew Robb has hosed down fears the prices of medicines will increase with the signing of a trans-pacific trade deal, saying it was "not the intention or the outcome" of the impending 12-country agreement.
Two men who boarded a train together have been found dead at a major Sydney train station.
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