Australian cricket's pay war has escalated, with players set to establish their own image rights company allowing them to sign with rival sponsors and even join entrepreneurial competitions.
Jon Pierik Leading player agent Neil Maxwell says uncontracted Australians will be able to play anywhere they want on any sort of deal after June 30.
Jon Pierik The first on-field chip to fall in cricket's pay dispute could arise in seven weeks if the Australia A squad opts to boycott a tour of South Africa.
James Buckley Sarah Aley is the bolter in the Southern Stars squad that will tackle the women's World Cup later this year.
Phil Lutton The national coach says he will welcome open discussion on the pay stand-off before getting down to the business of cricket as he flies out to mastermind Australia's tilt at the ICC Champions Trophy tournament in England.
Phil Lutton Australian coach Darren Lehmann says cricket's warring parties will settle their pay dispute amicably and remains convinced a player boycott won't throw this year's Ashes series into unprecedented turmoil.
Greg Baum The good news is that Cricket Australia and the players' body, the Australian Cricketers' Association, are talking again. The bad news is that they're going round in circles.
Greg Baum The Australians won't strike, nor will be they be laid off. It's just that a certain amount of pay-deal posturing has to be worked through.
Anthony Colangelo Australian Cricketers' Association boss Alistair Nicholson says Cricket Australia has failed to adequately explain why the governing body doesn't want to pay players as it has since 1997.
Claire Siracusa, Jon Pierik Players take aim at CA 'aggression' in wage negotiations after explosive email sent by Cricket Australia.
Man escapes with cash and cigarettes.
A Launceston mum is calling on the community to support a young Cambodian woman.
A major outage effect business owners and residents in Legana for four days.
City of Launceston abstained from voting at a LGAT meeting earlier this month.
About two kilometres of beach on Tasmania's East Coast is littered with crab exoskeletons.
The contribution of Kevin Gleeson to the Tasmanian music scene will again be celebrated on Saturday.
On the day before the state budget was handed down, Question Time was both contemplative and spirited.