The former Australian captain may be limited to playing in twenty20 competitions around the world during his exile from international cricket, but that hasn't stopped him from topping the international Test batting rankings.
I've always known I was gay. It was never an internal struggle. The only part of being gay that took me a long time to reconcile was how it would play in the sports world, writes Grandstand commentator Corbin Middlemas.
Family violence groups say alcohol is too often being blamed for domestic abuse after former AFL star Shannon Grant's excessive drinking was pointed to as the underlying cause of violence against his partner.
For decades, Territory Rig has been the accepted dress code for Northern Territory functions, both high-end and low. But how do you actually dress formally in the sticky heat and what does that even look like?
When do you accept a bag search as simple store policy and when would you start to think you're being treated with more suspicion than other shoppers? It's just one example of an unconscious bias that many groups of people suffer every day.
Peter Strzok, a veteran FBI agent who was involved in the Clinton email investigation and then removed from the Russia investigation over anti-Trump text messages, has been fired by the agency, his lawyer says.
If the thought of calling out troops on our streets to quell disturbances is inconceivable, why does Peter Dutton need the power to do so? Michael Bradley writes that there's precedents, and they're not pretty.
Australians who want fast fibre-to-the-premises broadband are encouraged to team up with neighbours and share costs — but one of the few people to do so says NBN Co made the process far more difficult than it should have been.
Australian alpine areas have enjoyed bumper snowfalls this week, but many of us are unaware of the unrelenting work happening out of sight to keep our ski resorts in good shape throughout the snow season.