Sydney

Why Must Athletes Be Seen, But Not Heard?

How many Politicians have used sport to try and win favour with voters? Those who remember the Sydney Olympics will recall how then Prime Minister John Howard was like and Australian version of “Where’s Wally.” Except rather than wearing a

Mixed Loyalties?

Every time an Ashes tour comes around its like groundhog day. Both nations build up their own team and slag off the other regularly branding it the worst team to leave their shores, and ex players predict a whitewash. Also

Time For Deeper Analysis

So the Socceroos will play Honduras home and away to qualify for the World Cup finals in Russia next year. Last night they eventually scraped home against a spirited Syria team. The left hand post of Mat Ryan’s goal, keeping

Vale: Mike Cockerill

Everyone has opinions. Some will back those up with measured arguments or deep rooted beliefs. Often we will all disagree with another persons views, but even if after discussion we still beg to differ, most of the time we walk

Time to Stand As One, or Face the Possible Consequences

Not surprising many Western Australians are angry. They feel a sense of betrayal after the Australian Rugby Union axed the Western Force from the Super Rugby competition on Friday. A decision the ARU claim was due to “financial constraints” yet

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