Let us get a feel for the thickness of the wall Andy Murray was up against.
Thousands of public servants at the Immigration Department and Customs a service will have to get physical if they want a job at the new "Australian Border Force".
Abby Bishop's sparkling WNBL form is set to lift the Canberra Capitals into the play-offs, but coach Carrie Graf says it's unfair to compare the skipper to Australia's greatest female basketballer, Lauren Jackson, despite career-best statistics.
Brumbies lock Scott Fardy declares his desire to stay in Australian rugby.
Of all the heartfelt pleas for compassion voiced in Martin Place on Thursday night, none was more moving than the words of Edith Visvanathan.
There was a warm embrace at the net, and sustained applause from Serena Williams as Madison Keys left Rod Laver Arena. Bravo. But if this is the most we have seen of the 19-year-old American at a grand slam tournament so far, prepare to see much, much more.
Hostilities in the most titillating rivalry in tennis - and the most one-sided among the long-term elite - will be resumed on Saturday night. When Maria Sharapova says she will do "everything I can" to finally beat Serena Williams, the mind boggles.
In 2005, 17-year-old prodigy Novak Djokovic played a 19-year-old Swiss kid called Stan Wawrinka in the second round of qualifying for the Australian Open.
Lleyton Hewitt confirms his intention to play one last Australian Open before taking over role.
Former Australian cricket coach John Buchanan says selectors are well within their rights to put deadlines on Michael Clarke's fitness for the World Cup, but he believes Clarke should remain captain ahead of Steve Smith after the tournament.
A unique and practical stress reduction course is coming to Wingham in February beginning with a free information ...
AN 18-year-old Wingham woman was trapped in her car for more than an hour this morning (Wednesday) after ...
Passionate gardener George Hoad has been named both the Wingham Rotary Club Citizen of the Year and the ...
The community came together to celebrate Australia Day in Central Park
Weekly results of snooker, darts and cards.
Families with young children are invited to come along to Wingham Library to enjoy a new year of ...
ON behalf of her advertisers, Elaine Turner, sales consultant with the Wingham Chronicle, presented a cheque for $380 ...