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Australian PM under threat from party split as shift to the right grows

Australian PM under threat from party split as shift to the right grows

A prominent member of Australia`s government is set to defect to form his own conservative party.

Australian batsman Adam Voges says he's done in terms of international cricket

Australian batsman Adam Voges says he's done in terms of international cricket

Voges, who has also represented Australia 38 times in limited-overs formats, says he`s pleased with how his career has panned out.

Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios accepts 'care plan', ATP ban could be reduced

Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios accepts 'care plan', ATP ban could be reduced

Kyrgios was beaten 6-3 6-1 by Mischa Zverev in the second round in Shanghai after a bizarre display in which he delivered a series of half-hearted serves and walked off court before the German returned the ball to him.

IPL 9: KKR's Brad Hogg regrets retiring back in 2008

IPL 9: KKR's Brad Hogg regrets retiring back in 2008

Hogg gave up ODIs and Tests in February 2008 due to personal issues, before making a T20I comeback in early 2012 at 40.

Nick Kyrgios jumps into top 20, Novak Djokovic takes notice

Nick Kyrgios jumps into top 20, Novak Djokovic takes notice

Kyrgios won his first ATP title in February at Marseille, becoming the youngest active player to win a tour crown.

Shane Watson to retire from international cricket after ICC World Twenty20

Shane Watson to retire from international cricket after ICC World Twenty20

Watson, 34, had retired from Test cricket at the end of last year's Ashes tour of England.

Marseille Open: Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios beats Marin Cilic to win first ATP World Tour title

Marseille Open: Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios beats Marin Cilic to win first ATP World Tour title

He became the first player under the age of 21 to beat top 10 opponents in consecutive matches since Juan Martin del Potro at the 2009 US Open.

BCCI has too many politicians: Ian Chappell

BCCI has too many politicians: Ian Chappell

Chappell termed the Indian Board as a "bully" when asked to describe it in one word.

Aus billionaire strikes cheap coal deal to end Pak slavery

An Australian mining billionaire and philanthropist has struck an informal deal with Pakistan to liberate nearly 2.5 million slaves in return for allowing his firm to convert billions of tonnes of cheap coal into much-needed energy.

World’s first flying motorcycle

Malloy, a former helicopter pilot, built the incredible machine in his Sydney garage using a custom-built carbon-fibre airframe and a BMW engine.