FRAN CLELAND LAUNCESTON Royal is Tasmania’s first big event for the spring.
ELIZABETH RICHARDSON PORT Phillip Showjumping Club conducted the first leg of the young horse triple crown.
CHRIS McLENNAN AFL Victoria will trial a salary cap to put a lid on the rising costs of country footballers.
Clayton Bennett A NORTH Australian fisho got the shock of his life when he reeled in a tunicorn.
JONNO NASH DAYNE Barry is calling the shots on his fledging career as he embarks on becoming Victorian horse racing’s youngest racecaller.
EMMA REYNOLDS THIS is the photo of an 11-year-old boy who has just shot dead the rare buck while out hunting with his dad.
THE weather gods have given their blessing to this year’s Geelong Cup.
A FEMALE jockey has suffered severe chest injuries after falling from her horse at Wyong Racetrack.
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UPDATE: ASADA has told the AFL Players’ Association and its lawyers it won’t be rushed into expediting the case against the 34 players issued with show-cause notices.
SOME of the AFL’s biggest stars are set to be embroiled in a $2.2 million Supreme Court showdown between top player manager Liam Pickering and his ex-business partner.
WITH trades done and dusted, the draft on the horizon, SuperFooty looks at which AFL players can step up in 2015.
THE Chris Pelchen development seemed incredibly harsh, if not confusing. The big question is what happens to Pelchen’s briefcase now?
SHANE Charter and Nima Alavi will likely be asked to give evidence at any AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal hearing of charges against Essendon players.
TRAVIS Varcoe wants to win a third flag — and believes the security Collingwood has offered gives him a better chance than if he had stayed at Geelong.
ESSENDON favourite son and triple premiership player Mark Harvey has returned to the Bombers as a senior assistant to James Hird.
PICTURES: A BIG name footy star snapped in some very tiny bathers. Here’s the latest look at AFL players chilling out in the off-season.
UPDATE: A LARGE Portland manufacturer will sack 100 staff following uncertainty over the renewable energy target.
THE number of cattle still coming out of paddocks continues to amaze.
SURROUNDED by orchards, Mont De Lancey homestead sits snugly in a postcard-perfect landscape.