A look at what the winners and losers in the A-League expansion race are saying after the FFA awarded the 11th and 12th licences on Thursday.
Perth's new stadium has stripped the legendary Fremantle Doctor of its registration but curator Brett Sipthorpe expects swing will still prove decisive.
NSW representative Tariq Sims has re-signed with St George Illawarra while a Dragons deal for Parramatta playmaker Corey Norman appears imminent.
In 2018 we bid farewell to a number of prominent Australians including famous actors, writers, and one outspoken environmentalist.
The chief executive of Perth's $1.6 billion Optus Stadium is interested in a deal to host either the Boxing Day Test or the New Year's Day Test.
Leading professional cycling outfit Team Sky will need a new sponsor next year after broadcaster Sky confirmed it will cut ties with the sport.
Aussie teen Ariarne Titmus has set her sights on world domination after a record-breaking effort in the world short-course swimming titles.
Australia's newest batting star has revealed the classy gesture he was shown by the man he effectively replaced in the Test XI.
India's bowling unit has been handed the ultimate compliment after an extraordinary year that continued with an epic win in Adelaide.
Australian Open wildcard playoff top seed Alex Bolt is into the final four, continuing the South Australian's winning streak since dyeing his hair blond.
Australia's Test squad have taken a leaf out of the AFL playbook in a bid to try and level the series against India in Perth.
Cricket Australia director John Harnden has been appointed chairman of the Twenty20 World Cup organising committee for the 2020 tournament.
Liverpool are through to the last 16 of the Champions League thanks to a brilliant Mohamed Salah goal and a great save from goalkeeper Alisson against Napoli.
AFL premiership champion and addict Ben Cousins has been charged with two new drug offences and will face court later this week.
The Queensland opposition has suggested Australia's cricket team would not have lost the first Test against India had the Gabba hosted.
A Bahraini football player with Australian refugee status who faces deportation from Thailand to his native country has had his detention extended in Bangkok.
Six bidders remain in the hunt for A-League licenses with a decision to be made on expanding the competition at Wednesday's FFA board meeting.
Australia's coach Justin Langer admits he's "fascinated" by the great unknown going into his side's crucial second Test against India.