Foggy conditions had grounded police helicopters at time of Kobe Bryant chopper crash
The investigation into the crash which killed US basketball star Kobe Bryant will consider weather data, radar information, air traffic control communications, maintenance logs and the pilot's record.
Is Ash Barty the best thing to happen to Australian sport?
After decades of bad — and often shocking — behaviour by Australian sports stars, Ash Barty's humble nature and fierce ability is fulfilling the country's dream of celebrating a true champion.
Even in defeat, Kyrgios gave us a glimpse of a player who cares
In a match that would decide how his on-court performance was defined, Nick Kyrgios could not contradict the most common preconception about his still-dubious Grand Slam credentials, writes Richard Hinds.
Nick Kyrgios out of Australian Open following tight loss to Rafael Nadal
The Australian shows plenty of fight, but the world number one prevails in four gripping sets to once again advance to the quarter-finals at Melbourne Park.
Kobe inspired the next generation of stars, but the one he wanted to succeed the most now never will
Plenty of great players have passed through the NBA, but the sadness and shock Kobe Bryant's death has elicited speaks to a global force who was more than an athlete.
Crowds cheer as trophy presented to Margaret Court at Australian Open
Australian tennis star Margaret Court is acknowledged for her on-court achievements 50 years ago, despite what a fellow tennis legend calls her "offensive views".
What we know about the chopper crash that claimed the life of Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant has a long history of travelling by helicopters, even commuting to games. But this flight ended in tragedy — here's what we know about the crash in California.
Ons Jabeur becomes first Arab woman to make Australian Open singles quarter-finals
The trailblazing Tunisian is creating history at the Australian Open in Melbourne — and she is not satisfied with simply making the quarter-finals of a major for the first time.