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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 19°C

# Australia

Last year
Six people, including two police, killed in ambush and siege in rural Australia
The two officers killed were Constable Matthew Arnold, 26, and Constable Rachel McCrow, 29.
Rugby Australia in talks with sacked England coach Eddie Jones
The governing body is keen to entice Jones home.
Debunked: Conspiracy theory 'documentary' repeats long-disproven claims about Covid vaccines
‘Died Suddenly’ is heavy on gruesome medical imagery, but light on facts
Messi magnificent as Argentina hold on to beat Australia
Messi scored the opening goal as his side advanced to a quarter-final meeting with the Netherlands.
Murderer at centre of 'Teacher's Pet' podcast jailed for 24 years in Australia
Chris Dawson, 74, was found guilty of killing his wife Lynette Dawson after the podcast led to a new investigation.
Australia to lobby against ‘endangered’ status for Great Barrier Reef
A UN report released yesterday warned that without ‘ambitious, rapid and sustained’ climate action, the world’s largest coral reef is in peril.
'Just weren't able to bring it home' - Pivac defiant despite mounting pressure after defeat
His side squandered a 21-point lead in their defeat to Australia.
'I was messaging my family saying I was going to score' - Australia's heroic match-winner
Mitch Duke nabbed the crucial goal that fired his side to victory over Tunisia.
Australia win third World Cup game in their history to revive last-16 hopes
Striker Mitch Duke scored the only goal of a tight match against Tunisia.
No signs of the holders' curse as France come from behind to beat Australia
Kylian Mbappe starred as the defending champions opened with a 4-1 win.
'Australia made it an absolute dogfight... we're delighted with the win'
Andy Farrell praised his side for finding a way to win in Dublin.
Byrne's late penalty sees Ireland scrape past Wallabies in Dublin
The Leinster out-half held his nerve to decide a poor Test match at the Aviva Stadium.
Ireland versus Australia, Autumn Nations Series
Ireland take on Australia in the Aviva Stadium.
Australia beat Samoa to retain Rugby League World Cup title
Australia recorded a comprehensive 30-10 victory over Samoa at Old Trafford.
Wallabies boss Rennie aims for Ireland scalp after a coffee with Leo Cullen
Australia’s head coach knows his men need a ‘massive’ performance on Saturday.
O'Brien and McCloskey start in Ireland team to face the Wallabies
21-year-old lock Joe McCarthy is set for his Test debut off the Irish bench.
Broken nose healed, Beirne welcomes target on Ireland's backs
The Munster man made his Test debut against the Wallabies back in 2018.
'Wallabies teams normally respond very well under extreme adversity'
Ex-Australia and Ulster lock Justin Harrison joined The42 Rugby Weekly Extra podcast today.
How Ireland's World Cup group rivals got on during the international window
Vera Pauw’s history-makers were 4-0 winners over Morocco, but how did the other teams in Group B fare?
Group D Preview: France have huge talent but some problems, Denmark assume role as Dark Horses
In the latest of our series, we look at Group D: France, Denmark, Australia, and Tunisia.
'I was delighted to see the Mexican wave. I don't think we had much to do with it'
Ireland boss Andy Farrell said he isn’t worried about the depth of his wider squad.
Australia blames Russian hackers for medical data theft
The names of patients who received treatment for drug abuse and sexually transmitted infections were leaked
Outrage in Australia as high-profile rape case abruptly ends in mistrial
Brittany Higgins, 27, alleged that former conservative staffer Bruce Lehrmann, 27, raped her on a couch inside a parliamentary office.
England storm in to Rugby World Cup quarter-finals after 75-0 win over South Africa
England will face Australia in the last eight of the tournament after topping their pool.
Nine-try New Zealand crush Scotland at Rugby World Cup
The result ensures they will be top qualifiers for the quarter-finals.
Australia reverses recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital
Jerusalem is claimed by both Israelis and Palestinians, and most foreign governments avoid formally declaring it the capital of either state.
Australia launch second-half rally to defeat Scotland as England survive France scare
Australia bounced back in the second half, with tries from Bienne Terita and Ashley Marsters.
Here's what you need to know about the Women's World Cup draw
Ireland made history last night by booking their place at next year’s finals in Australia and New Zealand.
Alleged victim of rape in Australian Parliament House testifies in court
Brittany Higgins alleges she fell asleep on a couch in the government office where she worked and awoke to her colleague on top of her.
Wimbledon finalist Kyrgios to fight assault charge on mental health grounds
The charge reportedly relates to an incident involving his former girlfriend.
Debunked: No, excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is not down to natural causes
Spurious claims were made by an Australian climate change denier
All Blacks thrash Australia to close in on Rugby Championship title
New Zealand won on a scoreline of 40-14 in Auckland.
'Hell-bent' Wallabies say they respect All Blacks haka
Australia have not beaten New Zealand in Eden Park since 1986.
About 200 pilot whales die on Australian beach in mass stranding
Just 35 of the approximately 230 beached whales are still alive.
Whitelock to lead All Blacks against Wallabies as Cane ruled out
Neville, Wilson return as Wallabies shuffle pack for All Blacks Test.
All Blacks edge out Australia in 76-point thriller to close in on Rugby Championship title
Jordie Barrett scored a try at the death to settle the clash.
Elderly Australian man killed by kangaroo he may have kept as a pet
This is the first fatal kangaroo attack since a man died trying to save his dogs from a kangaroo in 1936.
Death of Queen Elizabeth II rekindles Australian republic debate
Australia’s constitutional ties to the British monarchy will be open to debate for the first time since change was rejected in a 1999 referendum.
South Africa earn first win on Australian soil in nine years with overpowering display
The Springboks picked up a 24-8 win to get their Rugby Championship campaign back on track.
Benetton confirm mutual termination of Italy wing Monty Ioane's contract
The 27-year-old said he’s dealing with mental health issues and needs to be with his family in Australia.