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Former captain Michael Clarke has slammed attempts to improve Australian cricket's image in the wake of a cheating scandal.
Australia and England have rejected fresh allegations about corruption in cricket by television news channel Al Jazeera.
Australia coach Justin Langer says he would be "surprised" if the ball-tampering scandal in SA had played any part in CA boss James Sutherland's decision to quit.
Al Jazeera has been urged to hand over evidence of alleged match-fixing after a TV documentary claimed to uncover corruption at the highest levels of world cricket.
Bangladesh cricket authorities have expressed disappointment after Australia called off a tour by the Asian nation this year.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says the door is not shut on disgraced opener David Warner to return to the national fold.
Cricket Australia is satisfied that Australia coach Darren Lehmann was not part of the ball-tampering scandal at Newlands.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says "significant" punishment awaits the three players guilty of ball-tampering.
Australia's cricketers have heaped disgrace and humiliation on the country, the local press said in blasting the "rotten" team culture under the current leadership.
Australian cricket chief James Sutherland has demanded his players show more respect for their opponents.
Departing Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland admits he had a "serious WTF moment" on learning of the ball-tampering scandal this year.
Cricket Australia has named insider Kevin Roberts - who spearheaded an ill-fated attempt to slash players' pay - to lead the organisation.
Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland has announced he will stand down in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal that rattled the game.
Cricket Australia says it isn't aware of any "credible evidence" linking two of its players to match-fixing after a TV sting was aired by news channel Al Jazeera.
Australia have been forced to scrap a day-night Test and will hold the game in normal hours instead after India refused to play.
A look at the seismic cricket fallout caused by three Australian players' decision to tamper with the ball in a game in South Africa.
The farcical chasm in ‘Tapegate’ sanction issued between Cricket Australia and the game’s governors, the ICC, reflects awfully on the parent body, says Rob Houwing.
Cricket Australia has sent guilty trio Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft home from their tour of South Africa.
Cricket Australia chief executive officer James Sutherland has apologised to the Australian cricket public after the ball-tampering saga.
England will be unlikely to stage a day-night Ashes Test match when Australia tour in 2019, ECB chief executive Tom Harrison has said.
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