Captain Steve Smith and vice-skipper David Warner are banned for a year by Cricket Australia over their recent ball-tampering.
It is "absolute nonsense" that only three Australia players knew about the ball-tampering scandal, says ex-England captain Andrew Flintoff.
Cameron Bancroft, the player to actually tamper with the ball during the Cape Town Test, has been banned for nine months, as the fall-out of the scandal rumbles on
Senior players schemed to tamper with the ball during a series in South Africa, a revelation that has stunned a sport that prides itself on fair play.
A new player-driven code of conduct is being proposed by Cricket Australia after the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland answers questions from the media following bans for three players over ball-tampering.
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Cricket Australia have to act 'decisively and emphatically' over 'disgraceful cheating'.
Cricket Australia sends captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and batsman Cameron Bancroft home from South Africa.
Where’s the national outrage over a terrified boy being abandoned to violent despair by our political leaders?
David Warner and Steve Smith have been handed year-long bans by Cricket Australia for cheating against South Africa.
Residents of the lower Darling rally together for a community cricket match to take their minds off the worsening drought and raise awareness of the state of the riverbed.
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Steve Smith and David Warner have been banned for 12 months over the Australia ball-tampering scandal while Cameron Bancroft has been suspended for nine months
Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan is "pretty sure" Australia were ball-tampering during their winter Ashes series victory.
The ball-tampering scandal surrounding Australia's cricket team is a shocking fall from grace.
Steve Smith, one of the country’s most revered sportsmen, admits his role in a ball-tampering scheme, prompting national discussion and soul-searching.
As Cricket Australia begins the search for the man to lead the national team out of the wreckage of the ball-tampering scandal, who are the likely candidates to replace Darren Lehmann?
In Sydney, James Sutherland responds to a question from a journalist after announcing Cricket Australia has signed off on a landmark $1.182bn, six-year broadcast rights deal with Fox Sports and the Seven Network
Cricket Australia has masterminded a $1.182 billion dollar TV broadcast deal over six years with Seven West Media and pay-TV provider, Foxtel.
This week in South Africa, a much admired Australian fell and with him, a lot of Australia thought they had fallen too.
Former Test captain Steve Smith will not appeal the sanctions meted out to him for his role in the ball tampering scandal
David Warner has followed the example of Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft and will not appeal his 12-month ban
James Sutherland has arrived in South Africa with an official announcement due. Get all the latest with Tom Davies
One could argue that what we've seen in the ball tampering incident is not a one-off, but rather a culmination of decades of Australian cricket culture.
And as a guy who once turned up to some Introduction to Psychology lectures I recognise a guilty hivemind in a fit of collective self-loathing when I see one.
When CBS Studios International president Armando Nuñez flew into Australia for the Grand Prix last month, he wasn’t expecting this email from Cricket Australia.
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