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Australian rugby mourns passing of respected journo Terry Smith
AUSTRALIAN rugby has farewelled one of its respected scribes, with former News Limited rugby writer and Sydney club doyen Terry Smith passing away last week. Smith, 81, died after a long illness. The ... read more
Aussie sport mourns death of boxing great Troy Waters
Andy Raymond (@Andy_Raymond) May 18, 2018 Very sad to hear of the passing of one of Australia’s top pro’s Troy waters. He shared the ring with boxing greats Felix Trinidad & gave a major scare to Terr... read more
The ingrown toenail of Australian politics
What we are seeing in Australia at the moment is a collapse in the relevance ... The bottom line is that we are passing through a period of transition, and the trick at this stage is to step back from ... read more
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