Mike Bresnahan The Los Angeles Lakers have officially hired Byron Scott as their next coach, ending a search of almost three months by choosing a familiar name to Lakers followers.
Chloe Saltau Kevin Pietersen will put bums on seats, dollars in the bank and nightclubbers with smartphones at the ready. He might even win the Melbourne Stars a few games of cricket; that will be a bonus.
Warwick Barr Blake Shinn has wasted no time securing important rides for his first week back in the saddle after an end-of-season suspension and overseas holiday.
Michael Lynch Darren Weir has rightly been saluted for his breakout season in winning the Victorian trainers' title.
Phillip Hughes smacked an incredible double century in Australia A's one-day clash with South Africa A in Darwin.
A few of Daniel Ricciardo's mates from Australia picked a "bloody good weekend" to visit him on a Formula One track.
Ben McKay After a terrific month on tour for Australian tennis, Sam Stosur has suffered a shocking loss to a teenage qualifier.
Chloe Saltau with AAP On the day Australian cricket marked 200 days until the World Cup, Phil Hughes laid down a marker of his own.
Warwick Barr The trainer who lured James McDonald to Australia could fittingly hold the key to the young jockey's bid to claim sole ownership of the 2013-2014 the Sydney riders' championship.
Roy Ward Two-time Olympic medallist surprises teammates by retiring before the world championships.
Jon Tuxworth Wanderers defender admits the "what ifs" of last season's A-League grand final loss still haunt him.
Kyle Papworth With two Canberra players to hit the park for the Western Sydney Wanderers in the preseason, Canberra football has a bright future, according to Capital Football technical director Warren Grieve.
Chris Dutton Canberra tennis ace Nick Kyrgios says he doesn't feel the pressure to prove himself to anyone and is keen to escape the popularity bubble of Australia to relaunch his career overseas.
Singapore Fourteen people believed to be members of an organised crime ring involved in football match-fixing activities have been arrested in police raids across Singapore, authorities said Wednesday.
Andrew Webster History squares the ledger with itself eventually. It might have taken exactly four decades, but it will finally be squared for Frank Reys on Tuesday.
Craig Foster Recent FFA fan forums showed how far this great game has come in a very short space of time.
Chris Roots The Sydney autumn carnival has potential, but at the moment it's like a colt that flies in morning trackwork then flops on raceday.
Paul Hayward Sir Henry Cecil was the character Evelyn Waugh forgot to write: a blue-blooded wild child whose dissolute early life offered no hint of his brilliant talent.
Chris Barrett A young Australian's first trip to England more often than not included a couple of nights in a hostel, a loop or two of the London Eye and a few lagers. For
Michael Lynch Eight people hold legal title to the great mare, but thousands have accepted her as their own.