Prime Minister Tony Abbott has placed a cricket bat outside Kirribilli House in memory of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who passed away on Thursday.
Fairfield residents fear dried-out asbestos, which became dislodged during Thursday's powerful storm, has dried out and become airborne.
Tribute to Phillip Hughes from SMH readers
A distraught Michael Clarke delivered a touching tribute to Phillip Hughes, saying the Australian dressing room will never be the same without him.
It was only “sheer chance” that Dr Tim Stanley was at the SCG on Tuesday.
There are few better places for short-pitched bowling than the Gabba. And there are few better teams on which to unleash than the Indians, who haven't been exposed to a flying red ball on Brisbane's famously fast and bouncy pitch in 11 years.
The exact spot on the pitch where Hughes died was where they said goodbye.
Former Test captain Steve Waugh provided an insight into the impact Phillip Hughes' untimely death has had on young cricketers when he revealed his son Austin burst into tears when told the news.
A belligerent record-breaking century from Black Caps captain puts New Zealand on top in third Test.
Even in a world of boundless complexity and confusion, our loss of Phillip Hughes still seems implausible.