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Friday 30 Jan
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The Sharks talks the roots of their success and what it takes to make it in business
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Julie Bishop discusses the release of Peter Greste and confirms her faith in Tony Abbott
Reports in Egypt are strengthening tonight that jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste could be released, deported and put on a plane as early as tomorrow
Not surprisingly, the Socceroos were a little worse for wear this morning after a long night of celebrating their stunning win in the Asian Cup Final
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will face off the women's final at Melbourne Park
Brett Lee has forgiven his Sixers captain Moises Henriques for a final ball fumble that may have cost him a fairy-tale finish from the sporting arena
The free-scoring Socceroos have dared South Korea to target Tim Cahill in the Asian Cup final on Saturday night
After thirty four matches and 306 sixes, the Big Bash is down to two teams, with the Sydney Sixers playing the Perth Scorchers in tomorrow night's final
All eyes might be on Nick Kyrgios tonight, but tomorrow, Australia's own Dylan Alcott is competing in the Australian Wheelchair Open
Whilst the fixturing isn't ideal, Justin Langer and the Scorchers are just pleased to be in the Big Bash finals for the fourth consecutive year
Essendon isn't sure if half of its team will be able to play in the NAB Cup. The Bombers will need permission from the AFL to compete with twenty of its players facing an ASADA tribunal