Podcast #35 – Extreme Hockey Dribbling, The A-League Grand Final and IAAF

Podcast #35 – Extreme Hockey Dribbling, The A-League Grand Final and IAAF

It has been a crazy fortnight in sport in Australia, and so much to discuss, but we restrict ourselves to two topics in detail and one guest; a few other subjects do in fact get airtime! On this show we

Australia’s Hockey Grail – On Sale

Every four years the Kookaburras head off to the Olympic Games expected to return with a gold medal. The expectation is possibly warranted as they have been ranked in the top four men’s hockey teams in the world for the

What’s Best For The Kids.

Change can sometimes be challenging. Change can also be confronting. Change may be happening quicker today than in years gone by, and many may be more open to change, but change can still be destabilising. For years the Australian sporting

Oops Terry’s Done It Again

Is professional sport there for the athletes or is it there for the fans? Or is it simply a money making business of which both athletes and fans are secondary? It would appear that some sports do not know the

The Romance Of the Cup Is Alive in WA, Let’s Ensure It’s Here to Stay

Trust is a word that is fast becoming outdated. Trust that people will do the right thing in football has become very much a thing of the past. Clubs no longer ask a club if they may talk to a

Be With the Force!

The Road Safety Western Force return to NIB stadium this weekend after a good win on the road against the Jaguares in Argentina, and it is vital if you want the Super Rugby franchise to remain in Western Australia that

Women Seeking Equality

It was back in 1999 that the ABC’s Media watch program broke the ‘Cash for Comments’ story. In it they revealed that high profile radio personalities had been paid for making favourable comments on air about certain major businesses. There

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