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Munzee Code of Conduct UPDATE

The Munzee Player Code of Conduct has been updated to include an additional restriction. When printing and deploying …

Codes of Conduct

Young Indian cricketer Ankit Keshri dies after on-field collision with teammate

The cricket community has expressed its sadness at the passing of rising young Indian player Ankit Keshri following an on-field collision. Photo:


Critically endangered cypress trees to be replanted in ACT national park

Critically endangered South African cypress trees will begin being replanted within the ACT's only national park today.

A total of 100 clan william …

South Africa

Fears of new split in world cricket after ‘rival’ boards are registered

The International Cricket Council has launched an urgent investigation after Essel Group, the company behind the now-defunct Indian Cricket League, began registering companies with names that appear to be rival national cricket boards, raising fears of a future split in world cricket.

The matter was …


Finch undergoes hamstring surgery

Australia T20 captain Aaron Finch has undergone surgery on the hamstring he injured while batting for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League …

Sport (Australia)

Aspiring Test cricket umpire Mark Hanton suing Cricket Australia over age bias

THE owner of a pitbull terrier cross has escaped conviction despite a vicious dog attack that left a five-year-old girl with scars on her face.

IN …


Geocaching: the world’s best game hidden in plain sight

By Zach Davis, contributing writerGeocaches are the best kept secrets hiding all around you. You’re constantly surrounded by them, often walking …


Northern quoll population pops up in arid zone

SCIENTISTS working in WA’s biggest and most remote national park—Karlamilyi—have discovered a population of northern quolls (Dasyurus hallucatus).

The …


He just came straight out in front of me: Peter Henderson recalls moment Sambar deer ran in front of his vehicle


Dairy farmer Peter Henderson was just a few hundred metres away from the sand and water at Cape Conran​. It was dusk, and he was driving …

News (Australia)

Leadbeater’s possum declared “critically endangered”

Which is hottest? WRX STI or Megane RS275 Trophy?

Have you seen the latest and greatest instalment of Groovin The Moo’s 2015 lineup yet?

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Experts urge an end to logging in Victoria highlands to save Leadbeater's possum

Logging should end in Victorian central highlands forests to save the state's disappearing animal emblem, the Leadbeater's possum, say the federal …

Great Forest National Park urgently needed | AWPC – Australian Wildlife Protection Council

Great Forest National Park needs your pledge.

Victoria is still far from having a comprehensive, adequate and representative national park and …


NSW National Parks and visitors shortlist best nature walks

Royal National Park's iconic Coast Track.

Some of the best nature walks in NSW have been shortlisted by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service …


Seismic testing begins in sensitive marine parks despite government claims

Seismic testing to look for petroleum has begun in protected marine areas off the coast of Western Australia after permits were quietly granted by …

Seek and you shall find: the art of geocaching in Abu Dhabi

Ashley Lane

“Look for something that shouldn’t be there,” suggests my guide, Christie Eckardt. Sifting through dust and rubble at the side of a …

United Arab Emirates

United calls for feral deer hunting in Grampians National Park

A Halls Gap bed and breakfast owner says visitors often think she is running a deer farm because of the huge number of feral deer on her property.


The Grenada Star

The 'target' as it was left by the game-players.

Staff Writer

What started out as a bomb scare in Elliott last week turned out to be part …


Welcome - CacheFace - The Geocaching Social Network

to CacheFace, the geocaching social network.

CacheFace is back online after popular demand and is faster, slicker and simpler to use.
Sign up today …

Hiding my first Geocache.

Like the majority of Geocachers, after a few finds you start to think about places that you know that may benefit from a cache or two. From …

GeoCache: I'm NOT Obsessed... Right? HeadHardHat's Geocaching Insights: Everything You Want To Know About Geocaching Swag

Everything You Want To Know About Geocaching Swag

Ahh Swag, in the geocaching world it is the "treasure" in treasure hunting but what is it …


Michael Clarke talks of Benaud, Phil Hughes and what cricket means to him

One-on-one with Michael Clarke 6:11

Play video's Mel Hoyer speaks one-on-one with Australian Test Captain Michael Clarke about the …


Narine reported for suspected illegal action

Kolkata Knight Riders bowler Sunil Narine has been reported for a suspect bowling action yet again.

Narine, who has picked up two wickets across five …


Pakistan hope Zimbabwe cricket tour is first step out of wilderness (AFP)

Karachi (AFP) - Deserted grounds, deprived fans and falling standards -- Pakistan has suffered badly from six years without hosting international …


'Tiny hearts' and 'balls of steel'. Is this really what the world thinks of Australia?

Australians have “tiny hearts and whacking great gunships”. We “threaten [migrant boats] with violence until they bugger off”. And British people should be more like us.

That’s Katie Hopkins’ view, at least. Her column for the Sun on Saturday about asylum seekers leaving North Africa, crossing the …


If Joe Hockey wants to cut company tax, here's the smart way to do it

The tax review discussion paper echoed the longtime call from business leaders for a cut to the company tax rate. But while Australia’s company tax rate and our dependence upon such revenue is higher than most other nations, any cut to the tax rate would need to be financed by either increased …

Joe Hockey

More international students should mean more support for communication and interaction

The number of international students at Australian universities has increased significantly in the past decade Group of students from …


Ms Bishop goes to Tehran: a story of good news and bad news

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s visit to Iran is potentially an important step in bringing Iran back into the mainstream international …

Middle East

Health Check: why does women's hair thin out?

Balding in men is so common it doesn’t raise an eyebrow. But when a woman starts to lose hair, it can be extremely distressing. Will she end up bald, …

Women's Health

Islam and the media - let's not fear open debate

On Sunday I came across an article in the International Business Times, reporting a posthumous publication by slain Charlie Hebdo editorial director …


A Special Geocaching Mission to a Ghost Town

Crew from Geocaching HQ

Any excuse to find a geocache in a ghost town, right? Geocaching HQ received notification that public access to the ghost town …

Ghost Towns