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14th December, 21:00

Perth native Harris stands up on evenly poised first day of second Test

A battling half-century by Australia opener Marcus Harris and Travis Head's middle-order recovery helps Australia split the honours with India on the first day at Perth Stadium.

14th December, 12:42

Second Test another gripping contest as Australia recovers on day one, as it happened

Half-centuries to Marcus Harris and Travis Head help Australia recover to a relatively strong position on day one of the second Test against India in Perth.

14th December, 11:08

Is Australia's path to the 2022 World Cup set to get easier?

FIFA boss Gianni Infantino says the majority of national football federations back bringing forward the expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams to Qatar 2022.

14th December, 08:13

Greenberg's plea to clean up NRL's image

NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg implores clubs to help clean up rugby league's image after a damaging off-season.

14th December, 06:40

Why it has been 50 years since Australia's last ocean pool was built

After about a 50-year break in the construction of ocean pools, two proposals are swimming ahead. But why did we start building them, and why did we stop in the first place?

14th December, 06:37

Remembering the early days of the NWBU — the league that enlivened life in Tasmania's north west

A new book celebrates the history of the North West Basketball Union in Tasmania, with star US imports, local legends, and intense rivalries.

13th December, 20:46

Kurt Fearnley's marathon victory named Best Sporting Moment of the Year

Kurt Fearnley picks up another gong as his marathon gold-medal-winning effort is voted Best Sporting Moment of the Year, with Craig Lowndes voted as ABC Sports Personality of the Year.

13th December, 16:37

Aussies unchanged as India hit by injuries ahead of second Test

Despite the first-Test loss against India, Australia captain Tim Paine names an unchanged side for the second game in Perth, where the tourists will be without two of their stars.

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