2012

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Former Olympic ice skater Steven Bradbury has been implicated in a massive drug dealing ring that threatens to completely destroy his already eggshell-fragile public image. Last week at the West Coast Eagles’ AFL season launch, Bradbury – inexplicably now a sought after motivational speaker – quipped that “the only person who would have spent more time…

Read More Steven Bradbury Implicated in Pyramid Drug Dealing Scheme

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To the dear people of the St Vincent and Grenadines (and surrounding Caribbean), I am truly sorry that my aggressive, desultory tirade against your tiny island has caused such an outcry. I never meant to offend the citizens of St Vincent or cast aspersions on the brilliant, progressive leadership of your Prime Minister, Ralph Gonsalves.…

Read More David Hussey Apologises to St Vincent and the Grenadines

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Manly’s shareholders and club executives have dug deep into their own pockets to retain gun half-back Daly Cherry-Evans, The Public Apology can confirm. Last week Cherry-Evans’ manager Gavin Orr had requested the 23-year-old be released from his current contract, which sees the player on a $85,000 base salary for this season. The scare forced Manly CEO David Perry and shareholders into a…

Read More Manly Faithful Fork Out To Keep Cherry-Evans

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The once-coveted first-drop batting position has become a virtual graveyard, with young cricketers shunning the responsibility in favour of opening duties and breezy latter-order hitting. That’s according to a new Australian Institute of Sport study, which has uncovered a dearth of number three batsmen among Australia’s junior ranks. The nation-wide report has thrown the future of Australian cricket into jeopardy, with…

Read More First-Drop Position No Longer Coveted: AIS