Mexico City earthquakes not caused by World Cup fans
Were there earthquakes in Mexico City as fans cheered their team's upset win over Germany in the World Cup? Yes. But the seismic activity was not caused by the celebrations.
Optus hands rest of World Cup group matches to SBS after streaming debacle
Optus announces all World Cup matches will be simulcast on SBS from tonight until the end of the group stage and customers who have already paid to access their coverage during the tournament will receive refunds.
Broncos prop Lodge takes out loan to compensate victims of drunken assault
The Brisbane Broncos prop reaches a confidential settlement compensating the victims of his drunken rampage at a New York apartment building in 2015.
Peter Thomson, 5-time British Open golf winner, dies aged 88
Australian golfer Peter Thomson, a five-time British Open winner who later became an administrator and course designer, dies after a battle with Parkinson's disease.
Erratic Kyrgios beats two-time Wimbledon champ Murray in Queen's Club opener
Nick Kyrgios continued his fine grass court form, despite producing another indifferent performance in the first set against Andy Murray.
'The signature was not mine': Minister says Boris Becker's diplomatic passport a 'fake'
Central African Republic's Foreign Minister says a copy of the former tennis champion's diplomatic passport was a "clumsy fake", throwing confusion over Becker's claim he has diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy proceedings.
World Cup Power Rankings: Russia, Japan surge with Egypt and Colombia in freefall
The Socceroos rise slightly in the World Cup Power Rankings after the first round of matches, but there are far more dramatic fluctuations both ways for both contenders and underdogs in Russia.
Egypt likely out as Russia continues to defy the critics at World Cup
Russia's incredible World Cup form continues on home soil with a 3-1 win over Egypt; a result that puts Mohamed Salah's Pharaohs on the brink of first-round elimination.