Free Press Journal
  • Man kills wife, toddler children and grandmother in suburban Perth home

    Perth: A 24-year-old man has been accused of killing his wife, three toddlers and mother-in-law with a blunt instrument and knives at their suburban family home, where he remained for several days before turning himself in, Australian police said Monday.

  • Cameron Bancroft cleared to play club cricket

    Perth : Cameron Bancroft has been cleared to play club cricket in Western Australia while serving his ban for ball-tampering in South Africa, as he looks for redemption over a scandal that tarnished his name.

  • Ola launches services in Melbourne

    Bengaluru: Indian cab hailing giant Ola has launched its services in Melbourne after Perth and Sydney. “Ola, one of the world’s largest ride sharing platforms, is now available in Melbourne,” the company said in a release here.

  • Aussie captain Smith praises bold selectors

    Perth : Australian captain Steve Smith has paid tribute to some bold selections after his team regained the Ashes in Perth on Monday.

  • Total domination

    England’s hopes fade as Oz put attack to sword

  • Key-Smith

    Oz captain foils England again, proves he is lynchpin for hosts

  • Jonny plays down headbutt celebration

    Bairstow took off his helmet and knocked it against his head several times after he reached three figures in Perth to bolster England’s first innings of 403. The 28-year-old, who scored 119, found himself in the firing line earlier in the series after it came to light that he had greeted Australia’s Cameron Bancroft by bumping heads in a Perth bar.

  • David competes with Goliath

    Malan’s maiden Test century lifts England against mighty Aussies in Perth

  • World changed for our cricket after Stokes incident, says Cook

    It has been a very strange thing. World has changed for English cricket team from September. We have taken a couple of months to realise that. Last two incidents have proved that. I’ve seen words written down, ‘trivial misdemeanour at best’, but since the Stokes incident times have changed for us, Cook told reporters.

  • England faces last Ashes stand at WACA graveyard

    Perth : England, battered from their latest off-field booze-related scandal, will try to cling on to the Ashes urn at a venue where they haven’t won since 1978 in Thursday’s third Test.

  • England’s alcohol issues no joke, says Lehmann

    Perth : Australia coach Darren Lehmann says England’s latest alcohol-fuelled indiscretion is no laughing matter and his team are not relishing the tourists’ misfortunes.

  • Moeen to lead England XI

    Perth  : Moeen Ali has been named the captain of the England XI, which will play a two-day warm-up match against Cricket Australia XI at Richardson Park in Perth this weekend.

  • India A men beat W Australia 4-1

    Perth : India ‘A’ men’s team began their Australian Hockey League campaign with a 4-1 win over Western Australia.

  • Roger Federer to start 2018 at Hopman Cup in Perth

    Sydney: Swiss great Roger Federer will use the Hopman Cup in Perth as preparation for the defence of his Australian Open title in 2018, mirroring his successful early season build-up this year.

  • Kangaroos sent hopping

    South Africa close to win first Test, Australia lose 4 wickets

  • Remarkable fightback

    Proteas fire burn Kangaroos, pull off the match to lead by 102 runs.

  • Proteas left reeling

    Four-star Starc and aggressive Warner give OZ powerful start , Left-hander David Warner reached his half- century in just 39 balls and now has 744 runs at an average of 106.28 in Tests in Perth.

  • Virat-Faulkner bantercontinues in Melbourne

    Sydney : The Canberra ODI saw the second part of the now famous Virat Kohli-James Faulkner good humoured banter bordering a sledge with the Indian superstar trying to upset the Australian all-rounder during another of his superlative innings.