Don Dale officer behind camera says tear-gassing should not have happened

Don Dale officer behind camera says tear-gassing should not have happened

Updated April 26, 2017 15:48:35 Related Story: Video shows teen prisoners tear-gassed, ‘tortured’ in NT Related Story: ‘Like Guantanamo’: Video shows child hooded, strapped to chair The images of teenagers being tear-gassed at a youth detention centre in Darwin have been seen around Australia but the man behind the camera …

South Africa v Australia: First Test in Durban, day one as it happened

South Africa v Australia: First Test in Durban, day one as it happened

Updated March 02, 2018 02:07:07 Durban’s characteristic bad light ended play early on day one of the first Test between Australia and South Africa, after an even opening exchange between the two rivals. At stumps, Australia was 5-225 with Mitchell Marsh 32 not out and Tim Paine unbeaten on 21, …

South Africa v Australia: First Test day two in Durban as it happened

South Africa v Australia: First Test day two in Durban as it happened

Updated March 03, 2018 07:09:29 Mitchell Starc has taken a lethal five-wicket haul to help skittle South Africa for 162, a handsome lead of 189 runs with the second innings still to come. Starc (5-34) as well as Nathan Lyon (3-30) helped reduce South Africa’s innings to cinders in Durban …

South Africa v Australia: First Test day three in Durban as it happened

South Africa v Australia: First Test day three in Durban as it happened

Updated March 04, 2018 02:03:50 Australia has inched its lead past 400 for the loss of nine wickets, but bad light brought play to an end on day three in Durban. In one of South Africa’s better bowling days, the Proteas took nine wickets on day three to peg Australia …

South Africa v Australia: First Test in Durban, day four as it happened

South Africa v Australia: First Test in Durban, day four as it happened

Updated March 05, 2018 08:07:38 Bad light has brought the players off the field with Australia needing only one wicket to secure victory over South Africa in the first Test in Durban, with the Proteas left on 9-293. A tremendous rearguard century from rising star Aiden Markram (143) and gritty …

Australia wins first Test against South Africa in Durban early on day five, as it happened

Australia wins first Test against South Africa in Durban early on day five, as it happened

Updated March 05, 2018 19:49:40 Australia has taken a 1-0 lead in the Test series against South Africa, sealing a 118-run victory early on day five in Durban. Australia had moved to the brink of victory, requiring only one more wicket when bad light stopped play on day four. The …

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day one as it happened

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day one as it happened

Updated March 10, 2018 10:10:11 South Africa has taken a firm grip of the second Test against Australia in Port Elizabeth with a commanding performance on day one, led by the excellent Kagiso Rabada. The visitors were bowled out for 243 in the final session of the day after Rabada’s …

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day two as it happened

South Africa v Australia: Second Test in Port Elizabeth, day two as it happened

Updated March 11, 2018 02:50:48 South Africa will take a 20-run lead into day three of the second Test, after AB de Villiers (74 not out) and Vernon Philander (14 not out) saw their side through to stumps in Port Elizabeth. The hosts only lost the one wicket in the …