An online fundraising page by sacked former Wallabies full-back Israel Folau has been taken down for violating GoFundMe’s terms of service, the crowdfunding platform has said.
Jofra Archer is happy to call Steve Smith a pal but insists there will be “nothing friendly” on the field during England’s crucial World Cup clash against Australia.
The parents of an Australian au pair who was killed in the London Bridge terror attacks have said that “love will always win over hate” as they set off on a charity cycle ride in honour of their daughter.
Sacked former Wallabies full-back Israel Folau has been accused of greed after launching an online fundraising drive for his legal action against Rugby Australia.
A huntsman spider has been photographed eating a pygmy possum in Australia.
Aaron Finch blasted a national World Cup record 153 as Australia set Sri Lanka 335 for victory at The Oval.
Revolut is making its first foray outside the UK and Europe with a launch in Australia as the fintech firm pledged to “tear down financial borders”.
David Warner credited his wife for his first international century since returning from a ball-tampering ban after inspiring Australia to a World Cup victory over Pakistan.
David Warner smashed his first international century since returning from a ball-tampering ban to lay the foundations for Australia’s 41-run World Cup win over Pakistan at Taunton.
David Warner claimed his first international century since returning from a ball-tampering ban as Australia took control of their World Cup clash with Pakistan at Taunton.
Australian authorities say that they have seized the country’s largest-ever haul of methamphetamine which was hidden in stereo speakers shipped from Bangkok.
Nathan Coulter-Nile’s extraordinary 92 from 60 balls and Mitchell Starc’s five-wicket haul ushered Australia to a 15-run victory over the West Indies at Trent Bridge.
Nathan Coulter-Nile hammered the best score by a number eight at a World Cup as Australia recovered from 38 for four to post 288 all out against West Indies at Trent Bridge.
The most senior Catholic found guilty of child sex abuse is to ask an Australian appeals court to reverse his conviction on charges of molesting two choirboys in a cathedral more than 20 years ago.
An Australian teenager dubbed “egg boy” after he threw an egg at a politician for his remarks about the Christchurch massacre has donated almost 100,000 Australian dollars (£55,000) to survivors.
Australia spinner Nathan Lyon was not surprised by the “ruthless” reaction from England fans to Steve Smith and David Warner.
Steve Smith marked his return to English soil with a typically assured half century but there were contrasting fortunes for his Australia team-mates David Warner and Usman Khawaja.
Australian duo Steve Smith and David Warner made a low-key return to English soil on Wednesday, as the West Indies posted 229 in the first World Cup warm-up.
Residents in northern Australia described a bright flash and rattling windows after a suspected meteorite was caught on camera.
Israel Folau is out of time to launch an appeal against Rugby Australia’s decision to terminate his contract over homophobic social media posts.
The County Championship has returned after a brief hiatus for the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Bob Hawke, Australia’s longest-serving Labor Party prime minister, whose charisma and powers of persuasion earned him near-folk hero status among many Australians, has died at the age of 89.
Bob Hawke, one of Australia’s longest-serving prime ministers, has died aged 89.
The Australian entry in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has said she finds the prospect of winning “obviously tempting, but also distracting”.
Iceland’s Hatari and Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke have qualified for the Eurovision Song Contest’s grand final following a high-energy semi-final in Tel Aviv.
Iceland’s Eurovision Song Contest entry made a shocking semi-final debut as they performed in leather and latex against a backdrop of pyrotechnics.
Protesters in Australia suspended themselves on ropes from Sydney Harbour Bridge in an effort to persuade prime minister Scott Morrison to declare a climate emergency.
The leaders of both of Australia’s major political parties agreed that gays do not go to hell because of their sexual orientation, as Christian beliefs rose to extraordinary prominence in the final days of an election campaign.
Around 550 people were evacuated from The University of Canberra Library after a suspected gas leak turned out to be a particularly smelly piece of fruit.
Australia’s Prime Minister has launched his conservative coalition’s election campaign with an extraordinarily personal presentation.