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All posts in Journalism 2007

Melbourne Victory v Queensland Roar

After five drawn games, Melbourne Victory finally got its first win of the season by two goals to nil against Queensland Roar at Telstra Dome last night in front of 25,622 fans. In a dire first half punctuated by mistakes …

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Late drama as Melbourne Victory fights back against Adelaide United

Melbourne Victory came back from the dead to snatch a two-all draw with Adelaide United at Telstra Dome on Saturday night before 22,466 spectators to keep its faint

Social capital and our society

Published as 'Ethnics rule', Geelong Advertiser, Monday 20 August 2007, p. 15. The American social psychologist and political analyst Robert Putnam has had a huge influence overseas with his

Receiving a poor reception

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 4 August 2007, p. 33. Listening to the radio last night, I heard that Australian motorcyclist Casey Stoner who leads the current MotoGP championship by 44

Aussie fair go is far gone

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 23 July 2007, p. 15. What has happened to the land of the fair go? It used to be that we judged people on what they

Socceroos’ new adventure

Tomorrow an Australian sports team will embark on a great new adventure. For the first time the Socceroos will take part in the Asian Cup, the championship of

The national capital in winter

Published as 'World stage: Aussies unite behind Socceroos', Geelong Advertiser, Friday 6 July 2007, p. 17. Why would you want to spend time in Canberra in winter people asked

Battling info brain-battering

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 16 June 2007, p. 41 Do you often get the feeling that there is just too much information hitting your brain these days? Television and radio

Short political, economic memories

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 2 June 2007, p. 37 They say a week is a long time in politics, but the events of the last week suggest that inconvenient memories

Bastard Boys is ABC at its best

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 19 May 2007, p. 33 The ABC was at its very best this week when it ran Bastard Boys over two nights on Sunday and Monday.

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