The freakish talents of James Ennis and dogged defence of his teammates were on display as the Perth Wildcats held off three-times reigning champions New Zealand to win 71-62 in Auckland on Friday.
England's bowling attack have led their side to an early advantage in the third Ashes Test at the WACA Ground today, leaving Australia at 5-260 midway through the final session on day one.
A delivery truck has been destroyed in a fire in the carpark of a northern suburbs hotel.
Beyonce has surprised her fans by dropping an album on iTunes unannounced.
If anyone epitomises effortless country appeal, it's Keith Urban.
San Cisco got lucky, meeting one of their heroes, Nile Rodgers.
The Australian sharemarket got off to a shaky start as the dollar fell to a three-month low, but bargain hunting lifted the market firmly into the black as weaker currencies across Asia triggered a broad rally in regional markets.
Homeland switches focus to CIA's monitoring and surveillance of activities in Iran.
Britney Spears has scored the lowest-selling album of her career.
A helicopter with five people on board was forced to ditch in the ocean as a result of fuelproblems.
WA shoppers and retailers are not taking advantage of extended trading hours in the lead up to Christmas, says the country’s peak small business group.
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