Defence Force Cup win means Al Ahmar has more cups in his sights.
Last Friday, murdered Australian expatriate Bob Ellis was supposed to be on a plane with the senior executives of Garuda Airlines, other Indonesian dignitaries and his wife to celebrate the opening of a new joint-venture air route from Denpasar to Dili.
New Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will demand respect instead of fear as the Test team aims to restore pride in the Australian jersey on a five-game tour of Europe.
Melbourne Cup fanatics OTI Racing has not given up hope of having five runners in the Melbourne Cup as an updated order of entry is released on Monday.
Sydney is headed for two consecutive days of 30-plus degree weather on Sunday and Monday, while temperatures are set to reach the mid thirties out west.
Like most students, Ira Ferris relies heavily on the internet for research. But when she turns to Wikipedia, the free, open-source internet encyclopaedia, the 31-year-old art student finds gaps.
If not for the Japanese ending a near decade-long absence from these shores, Donna Logan would probably be home in New Zealand now as a Caulfield Cup winner with a horse which was unraced a year ago.
Robert Smerdon's chances of winning his second VRC Oaks in four years has gained momentum.
TAFE teachers are fighting for a new pay deal having worked for two years without a payrise. The prolonged negotiations could cause a political headache for the Victorian government just weeks before the state election.
Controversial, yes, outrageous for many, but on balance the best possible ending on the whole damaging Kurtley Beale saga.