Sydney Morning Herald
- Australian Open 2015 Men's Semi Final: Novak Djokovic v Stan Wawrinka - January 30, 2015
Live coverage of the second men's semi-final from Melbourne Park.
- Karmichael Hunt itching for success at the Reds - January 30, 2015
Barring a stint as a stout-legged, holding midfielder for the Roar, Karmichael Hunt has pretty much seen it all on his Tour De Australian Sport. Even so, this promises for be a season of firsts for rugby union's newest showpiece.
- Wycliff Palu urges Waratahs not to desert Sydney's west - January 30, 2015
Waratahs player Wycliff Palu has urged his club not to desert western Sydney as the reigning Super Rugby champions lock in a deal to play all their games at Allianz Stadium from next year.
- Bush to Beach celebrates 10 years of showing indigenous children the wider world - January 30, 2015
Nothing was going to stop these energetic youngsters from running straight into the cool waters of South Narrabeen beach.
- Inside the jungle camp of I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! - January 30, 2015
'Never smile at a baboon,' a security guard warns me before I enter the stars' new home on Ten's reality show, premiering Sunday night.
- Melbourne United finals hopes in jeopardy after losing to Wollongong Hawks - January 30, 2015
Two games ago Melbourne United beat reigning NBL champions Perth Wildcats in Perth and had their finals future in their own hands.
- Canberra Capitals finals hopes take huge hit after Adelaide pull off upset of year - January 30, 2015
Canberra Capitals coach Carrie Graf insisted they didn't take struggling Adelaide lightly after Lauren Jackson was sidelined for the boilover home loss, adamant her knee wasn't fit to play.
- England stutter, but make it over the line against India - January 30, 2015
England has more than a few nervous moments but finally manages to defeat India by three wickets to set up a tri-series final against Australia.
- Bali Nine meted out blind justice without mercy - January 30, 2015
You can be sure that the Bali Nine's heroin has long ago been redistributed by corrupt police in Indonesia.
- French tourists arrested for nude photos at Angkor Wat - January 30, 2015
Three French tourists have been arrested by Cambodian authorities for taking nude photos of each other inside the country’s famed Angkor temple complex.
- Omar Abdulrahman masterclass sinks Iraq in Asian Cup third-place play-off - January 30, 2015
Omar Abdulrahman provided one final Asian Cup masterclass in Australia on Friday night as he inspired the United Arab Emirates to a 3-2 victory over Iraq in the third-place play-off at Hunter Stadium.
- Notorious rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight interviewed by police over fatal hit and run - January 30, 2015
Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was being interviewed by authorities early on Friday morning, Los Angeles local time, officials said, hours after he was named as a suspect in a hit-and-run that killed one person.
- Bomb attack at Pakistani Shiite mosque kills 15 - January 30, 2015
A bomb blast at a Shi'ite mosque in southern Pakistan has killed at least 15 people and wounded dozens more in the deadliest sectarian attack to hit the country in more than a year.
- Sydney inner-ring property may be 'hot forever', says John McGrath - January 30, 2015
INTERACTIVE: See how much house prices grew in your suburb in 2014.
- Al Pacino ever-energetic in the The Humbling and Manglehorn - January 30, 2015
At 74, Al Pacino is still chasing that next great role.
- Iggy Azalea blasts shoe designer Steve Madden for leaking unauthorised photos - January 30, 2015
Iggy Azalea's 'most disgusting photo shoot ever'.
- NSW police plunged into controversy by sensational bugging inquiry claims - January 30, 2015
The highest levels of the NSW Police have been plunged into controversy after an inquiry heard evidence of potentially illegal bugging of corruption suspects and deputy commissioner Nick Kaldas launched an extraordinary attack on the Ombudsman charged with investigating.
- Essendon supplements saga: James Hird loses Federal Court appeal - January 30, 2015
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority re-affirmed that it must work closely with key sporting bodies after James Hird's appeal in the Federal Court failed on Friday.
- After six of the best, Ange Postecoglou chases his Socceroos' seventh heaven - January 30, 2015
For some, there's a certain cultural cringe when it comes to Australian football and the playing of finals. But not for Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou. And if there's an edge the Socceroos need going into Saturday night's Asian Cup final, his unbelievable finals record might well be [...]
- Younger children are funnier, YouGov survey finds, but Clyde Rathbone disagrees - January 30, 2015
New research has found first-borns consider themselves more successful and organised, while youngest siblings think they're funnier and more relaxed.