Monday 21 August 2017

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Goal-line technology

Keep technology out of football

Testing one of the  goal-line technology systems. FIFA World, April 2012, p. 13. Keep technology out of football Roy Hay (Earlier versions of the this article appeared in the Geelong Advertiser, Goal Weekly and Neos Osmos). A referee gets a …

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Beckham and Kewell

Coming to terms with celebrity

Coming to terms with celebrity Roy Hay This article appeared in Goal Weekly, 9 December 2011, p. 2, and the Geelong Advertiser, 10 December 2011, p. 42 as 'Striking Difference.' [caption

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Back among the books in 2011

Back among the books in 2011 Roy Hay (This appeared in the Geelong Advertiser, on 5 December 2011, p. 20 as 'Book it now, Winnie. Diversions, plagiarism and whodunnits'). It is

Arts building from lake

In defence of the humanities

The Deakin University Arts building on the Waurn Ponds campus In defence of the humanities Roy Hay This article was published in the Geelong Advertiser on 23 November 2011 and reproduced

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The Macintosh and me: A long love affair

Published in the Geelong Advertiser, 11 October 2011, p. 20 as 'My MacLove affair.' The death of Steve Jobs and the outpouring of interest in the man and his

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The Edinburgh Conspiracy

The Edinburgh Conspiracy is a political thriller set in the near future. Scotland is independent and Edinburgh has been chosen as the site of a major international congress

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The Global Game: A History of football in Australia

The Global Game: A History of football in Australia. Exhibition Catalogue. Roy Hay, with an introduction by Ruth Rentschler, Paul Turner and Pamm Kellett.   This is the catalogue to

Catherine Wells: An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman

Catherine Wells, with the assistance of Roy and Frances Hay, Catherine Wells: An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman The biography of Catherine Wells, born in 1914, who left school in Easter

Andrew Fisher: The Forgotten Man

Andrew Fisher was Prime Minister of Australia three times—1908–09, 1910–13 and 1914–15. His second government controlled both Houses of Parliament and it was, until the 1940s, Australia’s most

James Dun Hay, 1881-1940: The Story of a Footballer

Roy Hay, James Dun Hay, 1881-1940: The Story of a Footballer This is the footballing life story of James ‘Dun’ Hay, 1881-1940, captain of Celtic, Scotland and Newcastle United,

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