It was the news Australia had been dreading.
RIP Phillip Hughes. Those have to be the saddest words ever written in the name of cricket. This has to be cricket's saddest day.
Australian cricketers are continuing to rally around injured batsman Phillip Hughes, who remains in an induced coma in St Vincent's Hospital after being struck on the head by a cricket ball.
The two biggest tobacco companies in Australia have begun a campaign to undermine the nation's plain packaging laws, ahead of a Department of Health review of the effectiveness of the regulations.
Jackson Tuckwell, the Australian teenager thought to have suffered methanol poisoning in Bali, was jubilant on Wednesday night as he celebrated his 18th birthday out on the town.
Ron Quinton is not known for having an early season two-year-old but when it comes to Let's Make It Rain he is willing to break a few rules.
Alan Davidson, an 85-year-old living legend of Australian cricket, said the legacy of the late Phillip Hughes would be that he was a cricketer tough enough - and talented enough - to never accept defeat.
Have a chat to owner-breeder Colin Donovan about Our Boy Malachi and it is raw and can become a bit blue, but then again he is living the dream.
The make-up of three of Australia’s big yearling sales has been decided and exciting times are ahead.
The condition that killed Phillip Hughes has only been reported 100 times and was only once before caused by a cricket ball, Australian team doctor Peter Brukner says.