The sports grants affair stands testament not just to the deviousness of much of the political class, but also to its egotism
The Age took a stand against PR interviews at the Australian Open over the weekend. Who was happy to play the game?
The greyhound racing industry is still being showered in taxpayer funding, even as it slaughters dogs.
The ANAO has precisely laid out how a Coalition minister and her staff spent taxpayer money on the government's re-election campaign.
In the most blatant rorting of a grants program ever seen, Nationals minister Bridget McKenzie oversaw the use of a $100 million program to help the Coalition win the 2019 election.
Despite recent bans around the world, the only certainty is that sports doping will continue, international bodies will be ineffective and the athletes who try to follow the rules will lose.
Tennis Australia won't be rolling out the red carpet for Margaret Court this year. Let's see if we can figure out why...
News Corp has predictably come out hard against falling enthusiasm in horse racing.
Following the ABC's latest expose on the dark side of horse racing, enthusiasts and industry figures like Alan Jones have come out swinging in the sport's defence.