Month: November 2007

Rudd gets down to work

Kevin Rudd, fresh from Labor’s victory has his work cut out for him. He will have to roll up his sleeves to tackle education, global warming, the threat of terrorism, Iraq, the waste and duplication between Canberra and the states, the infrastructure bottlenecks, and the work in progress in reforming ...

Clockwise hits London

The man has something to say. In fact, Andy Kelly (known to many as Andy Clockwise) has a few albums worth of words and wisdom - showcasing his many moods as a songwriter and his ability to play most of the instruments himself.

Looking for a superhero?

In a world where reality TV rules the box, England’s sporting credentials remain as dodgy as ever and ASBO is the most common Christian name for a boy; Together attempts to break the mould as they present “Find Me a Superhero” on Saturday 24th November at Turnmills.

Give me my ball back!

That was the plea from Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist after the ball he used to smash his history-making 100th Test six disappeared after being belted out of the Bellerive Oval on day two of the second Test against Sri Lanka.

Rudd: global view

Kevin Rudd was casting his eye globally in the last week of campaigning “The great thing about coming from Queensland is that you understand the nation is very big and does go beyond its two largest centres,” Mr Rudd said.

Balibo Five prosecution

When NSW deputy coroner Dorelle Pinch last week found that the newsmen, known as the Balibo Five, were deliberately killed by Indonesian forces 32 years ago to cover up the Indonesian invasion of East Timor, she recommended that the federal attorney-general consider prosecuting those responsible, including military commander turned politician ...

VitaMan online

Australians are known throughout the world for being straight-talking, so it is little wonder that the new website from the award-winning Australian male grooming company,, combines no fuss, sensible advice for any guys in the UK seeking help to look and feel great!

Tony Smith coaches GB to whitewash NZ

Great Britain duly completed a Gillette Fusion Series whitewash with a 28-22 success – but they were made to work surprisingly hard by a rejuvenated New Zealand side at a wet and windy Wigan.Playing as Great Britain for the last time on home soil, Tony Smith’s men were forced to ...

Worsfold supports Cousins investigation

After a year that could have hardly gone worse after coaching the West Coast Eagles to a premiership, John Worsfold has thrown his support behind both the club’s and AFL’s investigations, while also wishing sacked former captain Ben Cousins well, however he chooses to live his life

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