This summer could be Brad Haddin's last in the baggy green after the wicketkeeper floated next year's Ashes series in England as a possible end point to his international career.
Chris Rogers' dream of finishing his Test career at next year's Ashes is still alive while Josh Hazlewood is on the verge of earning a baggy green in Brisbane next week.
Department of Employment is asking staff to choose between a lower pay rise or more job cuts.
Everyone now knows that Ryan Ruffels seems like golf's next big thing. But the way the 16-year-old carried himself proved he also has the personality to handle stardom
A run feast against England kickstarted his breakthough summer last year and Ryan Carters is hoping a big score for the Cricket Australia XI against India will do likewise.
The Cullen family now has a gold jacket to go with a baggy green and for newly-crowned Australian Masters champion Nick Cullen says, at least for the time being, it's gold that's more important.
The government is chasing a pre-Christmas legislative victory, but that doesn't look to be co-payments.
Acting India captain Virat Kohli says he and his teammates can immediately cope with the extra pace and bounce that comes with returning to Australia - and facing Mitch Johnson for the first time in his home conditions.
Smarting from his close brush with Masters history, Adam Scott says he will dust himself off and get ready for a redemption date with world No.1 Rory McIlroy and the Australian Open.
Kerrin McEvoy first squeezed home on the last flight out of Melbourne on Saturday night - and was equally grateful to be relieved of babysitting duties the next morning - before booting home his first Goulburn Cup winner aboard Pythagorean on Sunday.
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