Appeal to keep Australian Olympic volleyballer in England

English amateur volleyball team needs financial help to keep Aussie Olympian, Aden Tutton.

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Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin Aussie flagbearer for Sochi Winter Olympics

SOCHI 2014 WINTER OLYMPICS | Alex “Chumpy” Pullin will be the flagbearer for Australia at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony on Friday.

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Federer and Nadal to resume slam rivalry

Roger Federer has beaten Andy Murray in the quarter-finals at the Australian Open.

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Dawn Fraser calls the Stilnox Six “dickheads”

Dawn Fraser says she is disappointed the “Stillnox Six” members did not cop two-year bans but believes the Australian swimming team is finally back on track.

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Sophie Hart: Senior Designer and Production Manager, CBI

EXPAT FACTOR | In between conquering Europe and soaking up the London lifestyle, SOPHIE HART works on projects which can make a real difference to the world as a Senior Designer and Production Manager at CBI, The Confederation of British Industry.

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Team boss Scott says swim team a work in progress

Australian swimming is back on the up after an encouraging world championships but team boss Michael Scott stresses the road to recovery in Rio has only just begun.

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Australian production Gruen Sweat wins Rose d’Or award

Gruen Sweat, a four-part spin off from the original Gruen Transfer, has won a prestigious Rose d’Or award for Best Entertainment Show in Brussels.

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Magnussen returning to top form at Aussie Swimming Champs

A bad headache ensured a “sloppy” 100m freestyle semi-final effort by world champion James Magnussen at the national swimming championships in Adelaide on Monday.

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Ex-Spice Geri Halliwell to replace Mel B as Australia’s Got Talent host

The Nine Network’s struggle to fill the final remaining seat on its new-look Australia’s Got Talent line-up has been resolved today with the announcement that Geri Halliwell would replace former band mate Melanie Brown as a judge on the Down Under edition of the TV talent quest.

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Aussie sports photographers recognised for Olympics work

INTERVIEW | Adam Pretty and Ryan Pierse, winner and runner-up of the title of Sport Photographer of the Year at the Sony World Photography Awards in London, talk to Australian Times.

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Lacrosse’s journey back to the Olympics

Australia’s Olympians took home 35 medals in the 2012 London games, but should they start training in lacrosse for 2016?

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British swimming former head given key Swimming Australia post

Swimming Australia have announced former Hockey Australia boss Mark Anderson as the new chief executive and former head of British swimming Michael Scott as high performance director.

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Swim Aust denies Nugent forced to ‘walk the plank’ over Olympics

Leigh Nugent has resigned as Swimming Australia head coach in the wake of the sport’s dismal showing at the London Olympics.

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Australia’s sporting reputation damaged, says Olympics chief

AOC president John Coates has conceded Australian sports international reputation has been tarnished by the ACC report into doping and the recent Stilnox swimming scandal.

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The CEO of the Opera: Exclusive interview with Craig Hassall

INTERVIEW | Aussie expat and newly-appointed CEO of Opera Australia, Craig Hassall, shares his career highlights, mentor’s advice and networking tips with MICHELLE MCCUE. He offers his advice to Australians in London trying to pursue careers in the Arts, and reflects on what makes Aussies popular in the UK.

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