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All posts tagged 2006

Olympic Memories

An edited version appeared as ‘The day a nation pooled its anger’, Geelong Advertiser, Monday 27 November 2006, p. 15. Yet more journalism archives Easy Victory keeps slender finals hopes alive Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 12 January 2008, p. 95. By …

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Global waffle

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 11 November 2006, p. 35. Do you ever wonder about the contradictory notions which surround the current debates and practices on global warming, drought and the

A government for the new world

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 21 October 2006, p. 39. Do you ever get the feeling that we are at a pivotal point in the history of the world? Just to

Outsourcing can hurt within

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 23 September 2006, p, 33. Public bodies and private corporations throughout Australia have been engaged in a massive restructuring of their operations. It has been going

Capital venues must be shared

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 9 September 2006, p. 35. Well, well, who would have thought it? No footy finals in Melbourne after this week-end for two weeks, but the Storm

Historic hope*

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 26 August 2006, p. 35. We have a curious situation in Australia in 2006. Australian history is a tiny part of the school curriculum for the

Space 3 launched

[caption id="attachment_235" align="alignright" width="289" caption="Marion M Campbell launches Space 3"][/caption] The third annual volume of Geelong’s own literary magazine Space was launched in the Limelight Lounge by novelist

Financial foul play

Geelong Advertiser, Wednesday, 9 August 2006, p. 39. It’s been a bad few weeks for the image of top-class sport in Australia and around the world. We have had

Sexing birds as holiday hosts

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 22 July 2006, p. 39. Sex and galahs. Have I got your attention with that opening? Well, among the mysteries into which I have

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