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Australia 'charter' to set out player behaviour standards

Australia 'charter' to set out player behaviour standards

Cricket Australia will draw up a "charter" governing player behaviour in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the nation over the last fortnight, chairman David Peever said on Friday.

Australia's Warner follows Smith, Bancroft in accepting sanctions

Australia's Warner follows Smith, Bancroft in accepting sanctions

Australia's David Warner has joined former captain Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft in accepting sanctions imposed on him by his cricket board for his role in last month's ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.

Steve Smith says he won't be challenging 12-month ban

Steve Smith says he won't be challenging 12-month ban

Former captain Steve Smith said on Wednesday he desperately wants to play for Australia again but will not be challenging a 12-month ban for a ball-tampering scandal that rocked cricket.

Lehmann resigns as disgraced cricket trio return to Australia

Lehmann resigns as disgraced cricket trio return to Australia

Darren Lehmann, who had previously told reporters he would not stand aside, said that his decision was due in part to the abuse his family received.

Sustainability agenda gets a huge boost

Sustainability agenda gets a huge boost

It is heartening that at the recent UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, governments agreed to 25 landmark resolutions to drive sustainability agenda and Paris Climate Agreement.