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David Pocock Pens Heartfelt Apology To Wife After Leaving Toilet Seat Up

8 April, 2016. 10:30 ORENTHAL SIMPSON | Sports Psychology | CONTACT In his second open letter this week, star Brumbies flanker, David Pocock has today penned yet another heartfelt apology. This time it was to his wife of 6 years, Emma Palandri. The second letter follows the Wallabies star finding himself in a situation that only he and, well, most other men in the world...

Nation’s Private School Students Offered Government-Funded Gap Year To Rio

27 March, 2016. 10:10 CHIP DOUGLAS | Other News | CONTACT The Australian Olympic Committee have today released their athletes uniform for the 2016 Rio Olympics, modelled by their private school graduated athletes. The Alex Perry designed uniforms, which have received mix reviews across social media, were custom-made to align with the privileged image of the current stock of athletes and their elite schooling....

Grand Slam Tournament To Introduce Smaller Courts For Women’s Matches

24 March, 2016. 11:35 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Following world No.1 Novak Djokovic's controversial comments that suggested female players should be thankful to their male counterparts "because they ride on the coattails of the men" - tennis organisers have announced a compromise that will further scale down the female competition during major tournaments. The move has been praised by tennis enthusiasts around the...

Local Stockbroker Reconsidering Blind Faith In Malcolm Turnbull

23 March, 2016. 16:34 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact IN WHAT STARTED OUT in such dramatic and Fijian circumstances, now has all the hallmarks of a Labor-eque swan dive into political annihilation. For countless years, hedge fund manager Bruce O'Gorman says he couldn't wait for his old friend Malcolm Turnbull become prime minister. The Member for Wentworth was supposed to herald...

Balmain Residents ‘Disgusted’ By Lack Of Pinot Grigio At Leichhardt Oval

15 March, 2016. 15:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT Balmain resident, Nigel Waspey says his brief encounter with Sydney's working class community will probably be his last. Despite living in Balmain for over five years, the 48-year-old graphic designer had never been to a live NRL match at nearby Leichhardt oval. That was until yesterday afternoon. "A lot of the bars and...

Man Asks Other Man To Please Not Strangle Him Into Unconsciousness

6 March, 2016. 18:45 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT An popular Irish athlete's entire career is in jeopardy after it was revealed to millions of international audiences that he is not fond of losing consciousness through physical combat. After roughly seven minutes of bloody, physical combat with an American opponent - the Irishman (27) was heavily inconvenienced by the fact he...

Report finds the more alcohol consumed, the more you know about Conor McGregor

6 March, 2016. 13:50 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact IN A STUDY COMMISSIONED BY the Office of Liquor and Gaming, a direct correlation was found between excessive alcohol consumption and knowing more about Irish fighter Conor McGregor. After consuming more than 5 but less than 17 standard drinks, the average person is able to construct a well-balanced and informed argument as to why...

Townsville Cop Sacked Without Pay For Bringing The Cowboys Into Disrepute

8 September, 2016. 11:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT With the NRL finals starting this week, clubs across the country have switched on damage control - with many clubs bringing in a flat out alcohol ban on all players - to avoid any off-field controversies in the most important fixtures of the year. However, in the deep north, Townsville city council...

Mitchell Pearce Promises Fans That His Dog-Rooting Days Are Behind Him

1 March, 2016 11:45 IMRAN GASHKORI | Sports Editor | CONTACT 26-year-old Sydney Roosters star, Mitchell Pearce has spoken candidly to the media 24 hours after his return from a rehabilitation centre in Thailand, about how the national past time of getting wasted on Australia Day is not something he should partake in. In a television interview yesterday morning, the NRL premiership winner recounted the events of the night that lead...

Australian Cricketers Under Fire For Acting Like Australian Cricketers

23 February, 2016. 16:45 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact IN 2001, SHANE WARNE was clubbed over the rope for six runs by a little-known Zimbabwean batsman by the name of Stuart Carlisle, during a friendly one day international between our two nations. It would've been like any other match, but Warne immortalised Carlisle the only way he could. Watching the ball sail...

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