Tiwi Islands: The Aboriginal players hooked on 'fast footy'

On remote islands in the Northern Territory, the sport is revered for producing champions.

13 Jul 2018 05:04

FIFA to take legal action as beoutQ piracy row widens

Football's governing body 'engages counsel', as more sports federations join criticism of illegal broadcasts in MENA.

12 Jul 2018 05:58

England beaten by Croatia at World Cup: 'It's the what-ifs that hurt the most'

England fans will be dwelling on moments frozen in time - and they will stick around, writes chief sports writer Tom Fordyce.

12 Jul 2018 05:58

World Cup: Does Croatians' #GloryToUkraine message help or hinder?

Most feel sports and politics should not mix, but Croatians' support for Ukraine is evident on social media.

12 Jul 2018 05:58

England's World Cup defeat: Reaction as Gareth Southgate's side lose semi-final

Stars of sport, music, film and even royalty send their best wishes to the England team after their semi-final defeat by Croatia.

12 Jul 2018 03:11

Motorbike racer Dunlop killed in crash

Northern Ireland motorcycle road racer William Dunlop is killed in a crash at the Skerries 100 road races.

08 Jul 2018 06:26

World Cup 2018: How England v Sweden interrupted a nation

England fans up and down the country interrupted weddings, holidays and other sporting events to make sure they caught England take on Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals.

08 Jul 2018 06:26

Malaysia: Ex-PM Najib Razak given bail after pleading not guilty

Court also orders Najib to surrender his passports as he faces trial for alleged link to disappearance of billions of dollars from state investment fund.

04 Jul 2018 05:41

Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton and husband Scott Gardner separate

The former cyclist got together with the sports scientist during the 2008 Beijing games.

04 Jul 2018 12:07

GB basketball players release statement attacking sport's leaders

GB basketball players accuse the sport's leaders of "setting national team shirts on fire" following a World Cup qualifying defeat.

03 Jul 2018 09:02

Customers urged to claim £321m from dormant Oyster cards

Transport for London should encourage customers to claim their money, a London Assembly member says.

30 Jun 2018 04:09

Gosport hospital deaths: Doctor 'did best for patients'

More than 450 patients died after being prescribed painkillers at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.

27 Jun 2018 11:22

Noel Conway: Terminally-ill man loses assisted dying challenge

Noel Conway has motor neurone disease and has been trying to change the law on assisted dying.

27 Jun 2018 11:22

Dutch MPs pass law banning face veils in public buildings

New law bans veils and other items that hide the face in government buildings, public transport, schools and hospitals.

26 Jun 2018 04:27

Trump slams Harley-Davidson as tariffs start to affect trade

Iconic motorcycle maker accused by Trump of 'waving the white flag' after it announced plans to move some of its production out of the US.

26 Jun 2018 04:27

Donald Trump criticises Harley-Davidson for decision over tariffs

The president says he is surprised at the US motorcycle maker's move to shift production overseas.

26 Jun 2018 05:54

World Cup: England fans and eight-year-old best mates 'loving their third World Cup together'

Meet, Kobe, Max, Niall, Jacob and Kyle, five cheeky eight year olds, sport mad, best mates and all massive England fans.

24 Jun 2018 05:12

Saudi women hit the road as driving ban is lifted

World's only ban on female motorists overturned, in a move that follows arrests of activists calling for right to drive.

24 Jun 2018 08:54

100 Women: 'You are truly free while freediving'

Egypt's record-breaking female freedivers explain their passion for the extreme sport.

23 Jun 2018 07:43

Official 'humiliates' Indian interfaith couple, sparking outrage

An interfaith couple claim they faced religious bias at a passport office in Lucknow, drawing outrage on social media.

22 Jun 2018 11:23