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Scott Johnson's 1988 death is one of the cases being investigated.

Crikey Worm: NSW Police address historic gay hate crimes

Good morning, early birds. The results of a three-year investigation into NSW gay hate crimes are in. Plus, the Socceroos knocked out of the World Cup. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Crikey Worm: signs of consensus on Coalition marriage bill

Good morning, early birds. Coalition MPs get their skates on after yesterday's historic marriage equality result, and an apparent coup has toppled Zimbabwe's elderly ruler Robert Mugabe. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Australia's female cricket and soccer players make vastly less than their male counterparts, even after recent pay rises. <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Josh Ribarich</b> investigates.

Why are female athletes paid so little?

Australia's female cricket and soccer players make vastly less than their male counterparts, even after recent pay rises. Crikey intern Josh Ribarich investigates.

Do Australians really love women's sport? The viewership numbers do not bear this out.

Aussies tell pollsters they love women’s sport, but few tune in

Do Australians really love women's sport? The viewership numbers do not bear this out.

The Matildas have consistently outperformed the Socceroos -- but you wouldn't know it from the pitiful media coverage they get, writes freelance journalist <b>Brihony Tulloch</b>.

Media waltz right past Matildas, showering loser Socceroos with love

The Matildas have consistently outperformed the Socceroos -- but you wouldn't know it from the pitiful media coverage they get, writes freelance journalist Brihony Tulloch.

Spills all round have kept pundits talking on air and online.

iSentia Index: Queensland LNP crash heightens Abbott leadership troubles

Spills all round have kept pundits talking on air and online.

Australia is hosting a sporting bonanza this summer, here's our guide to the weird, wonderful and cheap Asian Cup matches.

Asian Cup: the (financial) reasons to cheer for North Korea this summer

Australia is hosting a sporting bonanza this summer, here's our guide to the weird, wonderful and cheap Asian Cup matches.

Australia lost all of its World Cup matches and is on the plane home -- but Aussie freelance writer <b>Django Merope Synge</b>, who's in Rio for the tournament, has drunk the Kool Aid and sees the positives.

World Cup: the upside to three straight losses

Australia lost all of its World Cup matches and is on the plane home -- but Aussie freelance writer Django Merope Synge, who's in Rio for the tournament, has drunk the Kool Aid and sees the positives.

Now that Australia is out of the World Cup, whom should you support? Certainly not France, what with their bloody imperialist history.Iran? Greece? Should that even be in the First World? <em>Crikey</em>'s resident Marxist gives you the run-down on which countries are the bastardiest.

Guy Rundle’s Marxist guide to the World Cup

Now that Australia is out of the World Cup, whom should you support? Certainly not France, what with their bloody imperialist history.Iran? Greece? Should that even be in the First World? Crikey's resident Marxist gives you the run-down on which countries are the bastardiest.

Stephen Conroy has proposed a substantial overhaul of anti-siphoning -- exploiting the fact that the current list doesn't serve viewers.

Conroy’s coup in the weird world of anti-siphoning

Stephen Conroy has proposed a substantial overhaul of anti-siphoning -- exploiting the fact that the current list doesn't serve viewers.

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