Archive for Category: "Sport"
Concussion is a serious and sometimes life-threatening head injury – but too often the seriousness is not recognised by sports people. STEPHANIE KONATAR reports.
LeBron James’ triple double effort and game-winning lay-up proved just enough for Miami Heat to prevail with a one-point overtime victory against the Indiana Pacers yesterday. JOE ELLIOTT reports.
Most of us are dependent on the internet for keeping up to date with daily gossip and news – and of course online shopping – but few could have predicted it had the potential to combat one of Australia’s oldest equality problems. DANELLA SMITH reports.
Adelaide Crow Taylor ‘Tex’ Walker has turned the heads of the media and fans during the first few rounds of the AFL season, but not for his goalkicking. Walker has earned the endearment of fans after growing his classic 80s mullet down to his shoulders during the team’s summer break. TOM JOHNSON reports.
Ian and Trevor Chappell returned to their former school last week as Prince Alfred College unveiled their new multipurpose sports facility. The Australian cricket greats spoke to a crowd of over 1300 keen onlookers at the school’s official opening of the $15 million Recreation, Education and Development (RED) Centre. MAX BURFORD reports.
More than 150 West Lakes locals attended a community meeting at Lakes Resort Hotel on Tuesday night to discuss the future development plans of AAMI stadium. CORALIE REDDEN reports.
Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has pledged that if elected, he will impose a total ban on advertisements for live betting during televised sporting events, reports MITCHELL TILLER.
As three big-name Adelaide footballers potentially near the end of their AFL careers, former two-time Adelaide Crows premiership defender Peter Caven has spoken about the tough transition from professional football to ordinary life. JOE ELLIOT reports.
Australian sport has many legends, the sportsmen and women who made their mark on Australian sporting history. Successful players, across all disciplines, are often held in high regard and considered experts in their chosen fields. MATT SAMPSON reports.
The SANFL has cause for concern, as young SANFL football players make the move to country football leagues, tempted by better earnings. MITCHELL TILLER reports.