After four years on the run from police, Indian fugitive hit-run driver Puneet Puneet's forcible return to Australia was delayed another day, when he was brought to court 24 hours too early in New Delhi on Thursday.
Surprising discovery may change scientists’ understanding of how many long-extinct species actually looked.
Human faces poised to become the last of Australia's car manufacturing workforce spoke of an uncertain future as they headed home from Toyota's Altona plant on Thursday.
After the end of an era, Holden's workers are wondering what happens next.
Destiny's Kiss comes more into the category of ''cuddle one for Christmas'' than class or character that have epitomised the Villiers at Royal Randwick.
Tim Martin hopes blinkers will help Pampelonne back into winning form in the Razor Sharp Handicap on Saturday.
Master jockey turned trainer Ron Quinton ''can't understand why'' premier apprentice Sam Clipperton doesn't get more rides, but he concedes it is part of the growing experience for any hoop.
When Patinack Farm had its clearance sale at the Magic Millions in June, trainer John Thompson had his eyes on a couple of horses he wanted to keep. One was well-bred filly Another Prayer, which he put his hand up for and forked out $140,000.
Having regained the verbal defiance conspicuously lacking in the aftermath of England's thrashing in Adelaide, visiting captain Alastair Cook is imploring his team to show in Perth they can play a good game as well as talk it.
After Michael Clarke's dazzling debut century in Bangalore in 2004, then teammate Darren Lehmann declared that Clarke should play every Test for the next 10 years, even if it meant the forfeit of his own place. That is how much of a breath of fresh air Clarke was.
DANIEL Thomas’ babysitter told several people she had buried the Myrtleford toddler’s body, an inquest heard yesterday.