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Rugby administrators do little to grow the game

Rugby administrators do little to grow the game

There used to be a saying about television that we haven’t had 20 years of television but rather one year 20 times. So it seems to be with rugby. Issues I have raised in my past columns with The Australian continue to attract volumes of correspondence. The...

Quiet Australians overwhelmingly support Katherine Deves

Quiet Australians overwhelmingly support Katherine Deves

Almost every day, millions of Australians must ask if the Australia we once knew is gone forever; if what is called, the fabric of Australian society, isn’t being ripped to shreds. We learn today that Northern Territory teachers, under a Labor Government, will be...

Antisemitic graffiti exposes fragile state of our democracy

Antisemitic graffiti exposes fragile state of our democracy

It is federal election time and we will approve of some candidates and disapprove of others. That used to be the healthy outcome of democracy; but now we have the vulgar, ugly and nasty consequences of a society which, in relation to courtesy and decency, seems to...

Rugby Australia must avoid prematurely picking next Wallabies coach

Rugby Australia must avoid prematurely picking next Wallabies coach

The sporting story of the week, way above any rugby story, concerns the great Tiger Woods. As one who has had hours and hours of surgery on my back, including a spinal fusion and, recently, four operations in five weeks, you can’t help but draw inspiration from this...

Easter a time for hope

Easter a time for hope

Tomorrow is Good Friday. I often say you don’t have to preach or be a regular churchgoer to have an interest in the Easter message; but its significance is often destroyed by the jargon and mumbo jumbo that surrounds it. Easter is about two important events - a...