Distraught Wales captain Sam Warburton reacts after receiving a straight red card for a dengerous tackle on Vincent Clerc of France during semi final one of the 2011 IRB Rugby World Cup between Wales and France at Eden Park on October 15, 2011 in Auckland, New Zealand.

Wales v South Africa: Sam Warburton denies having issue with referee Alain Rolland

Rolland sent off the Wales captain in the 2011 World Cup semi-final

Adoring fans greet Prince Harry in Sydney for Australian Navy commemorations

Harry met with Australia's newly-elected Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his family during the visit

Former Australian PM Julia Gillard: I was target of sexism

Julia Gillard, who was unceremoniously dumped as the leader of the Australian Labor Party, resigning as prime minister the next day, says she was the target of “aggressive sexism” during three years in power.

Johanna Konta's Asian run continues

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Welsh to have big say in new European club competitions

The Six Nations champions and Lions heroes will hold sway in debate over what will replace the Heineken Cup

Labor defeat: Australian PM Kevin Rudd and his wife last weekend

Julia Gillard: ‘Grief’ at no longer being Australian PM

Former leader of the Australian Labor Party stated after her defeat that she would leave politics for good

Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie meet in the Great North Run

Mo Farah’s greatness on the line against Ethiopian marvels Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele

There have been crossroads in Mo Farah’s life defined by Haile Gebrselassie.

Lote Tuqiri now plays league for Wests Tigers

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Tuqiri returns to rugby union after a previous seven year stint

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Burgess brothers set to take Sydney by storm

Siblings from Dewsbury could become first family foursome to play together since 1910

Boris Johnson, seen here in Melbourne, has made an impassioned plea for a bilateral labour exchange between Britain and Australia

Australians should be allowed to work freely in Britain, says Mayor of London Boris Johnson

Mayor of London launches into anti-EU rant in article, claiming Britain's future lies in renewed links with Australia, with which the UK is 'deeply connected'

Researchers have devised an equation for the 'correct' price for a one-way economy-class journey: $50 (£32), plus 11c (7p) for every mile of the flight. The results show that most passengers flying from Britain pay significantly less than the global average

Fares fair: UK air fares are below the 'correct' price for travel all over the world

Researchers set one-way economy class journey price at £32, plus 7p for every mile of the flight

Stuart Broad will find few friends Down Under this winter
Steve Hansen was not remotely concerned that his side's thumping win over Australia in the Bledisloe Cup would translate into complacency ahead of the return match in Wellington

Steve Hansen seeks improvement from All Blacks

Steve Hansen, the New Zealand coach, was not remotely concerned that his side's thumping win over Australia in the Bledisloe Cup on Saturday would translate into complacency ahead of this week's return match in Wellington.

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Ms Perry urged listeners to speak out against his opposition to same-sex marriage

Australia's opposition leader, Tony Abbott, gets a lesson in politics during radio phone-in on same-sex marriages... from Katy Perry

The awkward encounter with one of the biggest names in pop music rounded off a gaffe-ridden few days for Mr Abbott

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