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Bully journo’s parting shot … Bauer CEO steps down … Channel 31 switches off … 

Gold Coast Bulletin columnist Alice Gorman pulls no punches in her final (unpublished) column for the newspaper. The post Bully journo’s parting shot … Bauer CEO steps down … Channel 31 switches off …  appeared first on Crikey.

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England get opening win over Pakistan

England's women have opened their home World Cup cricket tournament with a convincing win over Pakistan.

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Legal issues if CA stop exodus: Watson

Should the chasm between Cricket Australia and the players union remain, Shane Watson predicts many players would look abroad for opportunities.

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ACA dig in on Aussie cricket pay dispute

ACA president Greg Dyer expects the union and Cricket Australia to fall off the cliff together when the current Memorandum of Understanding expires ...

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Aussies hammer Windies in World Cup opener

Australia have cruised to an eight-wicket win over the West Indies in their opening match of the Women's Cricket World Cup.

The Brisbane Times /
Shane Watson warns Cricket Australia of legal action as pay crisis looms

Shane Watson has warned Cricket Australia it will face legal action if it does not grant clearance to players to take part in international Twenty20 ...

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Aussies start World Cup defence in Taunton

Australia begin their Women's Cricket World Cup campaign at Taunton against the West Indies on Monday.

The Brisbane Times /
Rachael Haynes targets selection in World Cup opener against West Indies

Rachael Haynes hopes to cap a remarkable comeback to international cricket with selection for Australia's World Cup opener against the West Indies.

The Brisbane Times /
Cricket Australia chairman David Peever welcomes Afghanistan and Ireland

Cricket Australia chairman David Peever has welcomed Test cricket's latest additions, and says the new financial model for all nations is a "fair result".

The Brisbane Times /
Cricket pay dispute set to fly off 'cliff' after players reject new Cricket Australia offer

A revised Cricket Australia offer to players has not served as a circuit breaker to the ongoing feud.

The Brisbane Times /
A life in sports journalism: Jumping the net at the end of the match

After close to 50 tennis grand slams and a handful of Davis Cup deciders, a dozen AFL grand finals, Olympic and Commonwealth Games both home and ...

The Brisbane Times /
Heads, you lose: cricket farce

In Cricket Australia versus the players, it is as if they have had a toss, and both decided to bat, and both are out there now, one at each end, tapping their bats on the creases, chins jutting, waiting for a ball that will never come. Both know ...

The Brisbane Times /
Cricket Australia's blunt pay dispute warning to players

Australian players have been warned cricket is at risk of falling into the same hole as rugby if players do not give up the revenue-share model.

The Brisbane Times /
Cricket Australia lying, says Paul Marsh

The man who negotiated the most recent pay deals for Australia's footballers and cricketers has accused Cricket Australia of lying in its latest pitch to players.

The Brisbane Times /
Australian wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy primed for Women's World Cup success

Australian wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy is gearing up for a huge tournament at the Women's cricket World Cup.

The Brisbane Times /
Players not impressed with Cricket Australia's latest pay dispute move

Cricket Australia's latest attempt to end a deadlock in its bitter pay dispute with players has been met with a "lukewarm" reception.

The Brisbane Times /
Exhibition matches on cards as cricket pay war heats up

As many players confront the prospect of being without a contract and an income come July 1 they have discussed the possibility of putting on games ...

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