Two fine fast-bowling performances fueled Australia's progression in their quarter-final and semi-final. On Sunday they delivered an even better performance on the most important stage.
Sean Nicholls Mike Baird is expected to announce a post-election cabinet reshuffle within days but is not being drawn on the extent of the shake-up.
Nicole Hasham The Shooters and Fishers Party will revive its push for hunting in national parks in the next Parliament, potentially forcing the government into fractious upper house negotiations if it hopes to pass its entire reform agenda.
Malcolm Knox Australia put one hand – their left – on the World Cup as the southpaw trio of Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Johnson and James Faulkner thwarted New Zealand’s batting ambitions at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
James Robertson Labor has hailed its election performance in western Sydney as the return of the party's political base, but the Liberal campaign denies the vote is a verdict on its performance.
AAP NSW Premier Mike Baird has put opposition parties on notice that he expects them to honour his mandate to partially privatise the state's electricity assets.
Andrew Wu It is not in Brendon McCullum's DNA to defend. He believes there is no such thing as too much aggression, that it would have been silly to change his style this late.
Tom Decent Police have charged a man and woman after a violent road rage incident in Kogarah on Tuesday morning.
Anna Patty The NSW Greens Party has claimed the election of three and probably four MPs to the lower house of parliament as a victory for progressive voters across the state, putting the Labor Party and Nationals on notice.
Melanie Kembrey and James Robertson 10 things a re-elected Baird government will do in the next year
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