F1 returns with the traditional curtain raiser in Australia set to get underway. Lewis Hamilton picked up a fourth world championship in Mexico last year but recently admitted he had forgotten how many titles he has. And if the Mercedes driver can make it
Sweet and colourful squash is even better with a savoury twistFrom time to time I pick up a butternut squash, its flesh a glowing beacon amid the black-greens of kale, cavolo nero and crinkly leaved cabbages that take over the bottom of the fridge during
Dawn is the most precious time to spend outdoors, especially now that we have passed the spring equinioxIt is summertime, the week of the spring equinox: time to think and talk about light. About the joy of morning flowers and gardening, about escaping th
Simple solutions for the seed sowing seasonEver since I received my first packet of seed (from Santa Claus, when I was six) I have found sparking life into little plants endlessly fascinating. It may come as no surprise that March, the official start of s
Live updates from the race at Albert ParkFeel free to email or tweet @JPHowcroft 5.54am BST Red Bull’s tyre strategy will be worth following as the race unfolds. They ran supersoft tyres in the second phase of qualifying, rather than ultrasofts, allowin
THE first non-stop flight between Australia and the UK has touched down in Heathrow, Qantas QF9 completed its 14,498km (9,009-mile) from Perth to London in just over 17 hours. Qantas says it will run flights non-stop from London to Sydney in the next fiv
Former President Barack Obama says negotiations with North Korea on its nuclear weapons program are difficult, partly because the country's isolation minimizes possible leverage, such as trade and travel sanctions against Pyongyang.
Justice party senator’s spokesman declines to say whether announcement linked to corporate tax negotiationsA national centre to counter child exploitation and abuse will be created in the home affairs department with a $68.6m allocation in the 2018 budg
Steve Smith’s team has not only lost its way, it has also lost the public’s respect and trustIt could be the darkest day in Australian cricket history. The nation’s men’s team has been caught red-handed, ball-tampering in the third Test of the tou
(Reuters) - Roger Federer suffered a shock 3-6 6-3 7-6(4) defeat to Australian wildcard Thanasi Kokkinakis on Saturday that will cost the Swiss his world number one ranking and leaves the Miami men's tournament wide open.