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All posts tagged 2007

The national capital in winter

Published as ‘World stage: Aussies unite behind Socceroos’, Geelong Advertiser, Friday 6 July 2007, p. 17. Why would you want to spend time in Canberra in winter people asked me? My answer on this occasion was that the Australian sports …

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Battling info brain-battering

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 16 June 2007, p. 41 Do you often get the feeling that there is just too much information hitting your brain these days? Television and radio

Short political, economic memories

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 2 June 2007, p. 37 They say a week is a long time in politics, but the events of the last week suggest that inconvenient memories

Bastard Boys is ABC at its best

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 19 May 2007, p. 33 The ABC was at its very best this week when it ran Bastard Boys over two nights on Sunday and Monday.

How safe are we?

Published as 'Fears surrendering our freedoms', Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 5 May 2007, p. 33 Watch television, read the news or listen to the shock jocks on the radio and

Labo(u)r and its leaders: Britain and Australia

Published as 'UK paves way', Geelong Advertiser, Monday, 23 April 2007, p. 17 Tony Blair is coming to the end of his period as leader of the Labour Party

Good days and bad days in the world game

Published as 'Crowd antics not manufactured', Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 7 April 2007, p. 35 We saw both sides of the world game this week. St Kilda president Rod Butters talked

Solitaire man: The games people play

Geelong Advertiser, Monday,26 March 2007, p. 17 Do people play card games at home any more? It is not so very long ago that card nights were a highly

Life kicks on in rural Victoria

Geelong Advertiser, Monday,12 March 2007, p. 15 In the last few years parts of rural Victoria have had to cope with drought, bush fires and floods, sometimes in quick

Boom or bust

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday, 3 March 2007, p. 13 The Australian stockmarket took a dive earlier this week. A needed correction or the end of the most recent long boom?

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