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A Wayne Bennett-led Broncos side is relentlessly hole-punching it’s way to yet another grand final appearance. Seriously, have I overslept backwards to the Howard administration? Is this why I’m hankering for a Powers and some Melrose Place?
The chances of a contest are a little higher than last week in tonight’s Friday night football.
The booing of Adam Goodes is not unquestionable proof of racism, but it is evidence of a societal indifference to racism – which might be even worse.
Adam Voges Test career looks over while Michael Clarke’s continued to slide as Australia again collapsed in the third Ashes Test overnight.
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Rumours of a new Super League War are almost annual these days – and this week we’ve heard them again.
When Australian tourists take a trip to Croatia, their first calling is the coast. Party islands like Hvar, honeymoon stretches such as Vis and historical centres Dubrovnik and Split dominate itineraries.
I won’t boo Adam Goodes. Not now, not ever.
The national selectors have been decisive and swift to react in this series.
After two hard-fought wins against the Springboks and Argentina, the Wallabies have a real opportunity to win the Rugby Championship in Sydney next week, provided they don’t start believing their own press.
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Though the four teams have spent the week travelling home or preparing to travel away again, here at the Big Questions we don’t get luxuries such as a week off.
Yes, you may have heard, Formula One is going to Azerbaijan. Notwithstanding the pinch of salt with which all new entries on the F1 calendar must be taken, the streets of Baku will be alive with the sound of the world’s biggest motorsport on July 17, 2016.
With only one week to go before Netball World Cup begins, it’s time to give you the low down on exactly what to expect from this veritable feast of netball.
While two successive entertaining Formula One races have reinvigorated grand prix racing, the premier class of open-wheel racing has nothing on its North American cousin in terms of unpredictability and entertainment.
“It never ceases to throw up drama at Edgbaston,” was Ian Healy’s succinct comment last night.
Lock Kane Douglas will be available for Wallabies selection after signing a three-year deal with the Queensland Reds.
Andrew Fifita is hoping “positive statements” from enemy quarters will help his cause as the NRL continues its investigation into claims the Test star abused and threatened rugby league officials.
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It all happened in an instant – the cut shot came to my left, and somewhat anticipating it, I dove to my left, got there, and spilt it.
“That is moronic Rebecca,” yells Dermott Brereton, spit dripping down his iPhone as he vehemently defends his provocative stance on Adam Goodes.
The father of evolutionary thought Charles Darwin had little time for those in the numbers game.
Australia’s first-innings capitulation at Edgbaston, where they were all out for just 136 runs and James Anderson bagged six wickets, perfectly illustrated why it’s not always ideal to bat first.
The Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys are on track to not only finish one-two on the ladder, but also face off in the NRL’s first ever all-Queensland grand final.
At its best, social media is a great tool for giving a voice to the average person, who may not ordinarily have a say. At its worst it can bring out the ugly in all of us. This week has been the latter.
On October 28, 2001, John Howard, in a speech announcing his election campaign policy, took to the podium and declared, “We will decide who comes to this country and the circumstances in which they come.”
Articles are flying back and forth about the booing controversy of Adam Goodes. Football personalities, coaches, key media commentators are all weighing in on this alleged debate on Adam Goodes being booed.
I think we all secretly love Shane Warne.
Former Magic Millions and Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready has been retired, and while I love the eight-year-old gelding, I have to say about bloody time!
South African opening bowler Dale Steyn brought up a special landmark, reaching 400 Test wickets by dismissing Pakistan opening batsman Tanim Iquarterbackal in the second Test in Dhaka.
2015 has been a busy year in international football. There have been four major continental championships this year in Asia, Africa and both Americas, all of which have featured semi-surprise winners.
If England’s summer of cricket is teaching us anything then it should be that Moeen Ali is a wasted talent at number eight.
The 2015-16 Premier League season kicks off on August 8, with a meeting between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. It’s a fixture that features star forward Harry Kane, who was pivotal in Spurs’ fifth place finish last season.
The questions surrounding Michael Clarke’s position in the Australian Test team appear to be growing with every failed innings.
As the controversy surrounding the booing of Adam Goodes continues, the debate between those calling the booing unacceptable and racist and those calling it a fair expression of fans’ disapproval of his character is becoming increasingly heated.
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