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Greg Norman's golf tournament 'sportswashing' Saudi Government

Greg Norman's proposed golf tournament would ultimately provide more cover for Saudi Arabia's ...  
Coaching question mark hovers over Hinkley

This year, Port Adelaide's Ken Hinkley became the fourth coach in VFL/AFL history to embark on a ...  
Demons can win another flag — and this time do it at 'The G'

With this year's AFL grand final expected to return to the MCG – the spiritual home of the ...  
Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne on bail, awaits third trial in NSW

Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne has had his sexual assault appeal allowed and has also been released ...  
Barty rewards believers, winning Aussie Open after 44-year drought

Ash Barty joins an elite club of only four other players to have won a major on all three surfaces ...  
Djokovic case shows Morrison weak on border control

Despite claiming to have a strong stance on border control, the recent Djokovic debacle has proven ...  
How Scott Morrison lost three core voting blocs in a week

The failings of the Coalition Government have finally dented its support among its core constit ...  
Australian Open opens up with Djokovic exit

While Novak Djokovic won’t defend the crown he has won the last three years, there is no shor ...  
Djokovic v Home Affairs brings home cruel immigration policy

Because Novak Djokovic is world-famous, the extreme cruelty of the Australian Government's immi ...  
Djokovic case makes Australia an international laughing stock

Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews’ decision to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa has made Aust ...  
Djokovic unhappy but Australia's refugees face lifelong persecution

Our focus should be on refugees that have been imprisoned for years rather than Novak Djokovic's ...  
#2 TOP STORY OF 2021: No apology from Waleed Aly over controversial interview

Sometimes our articles provoke fierce debate, such as this April piece by Thomas Bee about the ...  
Australia coming in hot to meet England in Adelaide

England might fancy winning the second Ashes Test, but the recent nine-wicket thrashing by in-form ...  
Beijing Olympics boycott is pointless

Several nations have made a stand against China by refusing to send government officials to the ...  
Liberal Party stalling in race to 2022 Election

It seems the Prime Minister is blaming the choice of tyres while ignoring Team L-NP’s overall ...  
Australia ready for battle against England in first Ashes Test

The biggest and oldest rivalry in world cricket resumes on Wednesday when Australia and England do ...  
PM Morrison: The skipper who won't play with a straight bat

With the PM's ploy of reducing some debate to a cricket analogy, Scott Morrison, the "king of spin ...  
Blowing the whistle on umpire abuse

Sporting organisations must do more to look after their umpires' mental health and well-being ...  

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