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This correspondent would like to start this article with a disclaimer: I’m not going to even try to be even handed here, because who could be at a time like this?  After all, I’ve been assigned to pen a tribute to the great Darren Lockyer, a rugby league legend who, when he runs out at…

Read More Brisbane writer displays overt bias in Lockyer tribute

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As the United States continues to wallow in its self-inflicted financial misery, some Americans are looking to their European counterparts for a solution to its sovereign debt woes. The same people who are currently doing their best to prevent three different countries from defaulting – the consequences of which would more than likely lead to…

Read More Euro football giant offers stars as debt collateral, NBA to follow suit

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Forget beer and gang-bangs – Twitter is now the number one pastime for athletes. It seems professional sportsmen can’t get enough of the microblogging website. Even the unlikeliest of athletes are embracing Twitter, opining on everything from the status of a recent groin strain to America’s AAA credit rating downgrade. Overseas, NBA and NFL players…

Read More Twitter: a sporting obsession

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ThePublicApology is backing a government nationalisation of all cricket clothes factories, distributors and retailers with the end goal of developing a Standard Practice Cream. Colour-coding inconsistencies have plagued cricket competitions across the globe for decades.  And while this publication is apolitical by nature, this writer urges the federal government to get behind the standardisation of…

Read More TPA backs AusCream scheme