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The most bizarre and unlucky AFL injuries

The most bizarre and unlucky AFL injuries

While AFL injuries are not uncommon, there are a handful that are a little stranger than usual, writes JENNIFER GRIFFIN.

Adelaide-hailing Hockeyroo sets goal for World Cup

Adelaide-hailing Hockeyroo sets goal for World Cup

Former Adelaide athlete Karri McMahon has her sights set on the upcoming Hockey World Cup writes AMELIA DAWKINS.

Roosters vs. Tigers – Division B netball grand final

Roosters vs. Tigers – Division B netball grand final

The Bordertown Roosters pipped the Mundulla Tigers at the post to win 33-29 in a nail-biter in a match showcasing each teams’ defensive strength. EMILY ERICKSON reports.

More Aussies hit the trails

More Aussies hit the trails

Living most of our lives between four walls can be draining and uninspiring, so more Australians are taking up trail running to get their blood pumping away from the city. TOM JOHNSON reports.

Diving under land

Diving under land

South Australia hides a number of underwater caves with water as clear as glass and strange but wonderful sights that most of us will never see, unless you are a trained cave diver. ASHLEA SEALEY reports.

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

In reponse to the comments surrounding Indigenous AFL star Adam Goodes’, TRISH O’LOUGHLIN shares her opinion about racism in Australia.

National Women’s Draft breaks ground in AFL

National Women’s Draft breaks ground in AFL

The AFL is poised to show off some of Australia’s best female footballers following the inaugural National Women’s Draft. MATT SAMPSON reports.

Nike warns buyers to ask before they buy

Nike warns buyers to ask before they buy

Nike is warning buyers to seek professional advice before purchasing the new Nike Free 3.0 running shoe. ADANA HARDING reports.

From Point A to Point B(ureaucracy)

From Point A to Point B(ureaucracy)

Indoor Parkour classes will be held in Adelaide for the first time following the establishment of a training warehouse in the CBD. Parkour, a method of movement training, teaches participants to get from point A to point B as quickly and safely as possible using only the body. SILVIA JOSIPOVIC reports.

Changes ahead for UniSA sporting clubs

Changes ahead for UniSA sporting clubs

Sporting clubs at the University of South Australia are in for a huge overhaul, according to recent developments to the university and its Students’ Association, UniLife. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.