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Netball shoots for more diversity

There are more than 1.2 million netballers in Australia — but according to 2015 Netball World Cup chief executive, Marne Fechner, “still there is room for growth”. 424 more words

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NRL stands against domestic violence

The NRL has renewed its partnership with White Ribbon Australia as the code seeks to improve its perception by women. 250 more words

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The price of gold ... and green

Australia has the talent to send a women’s ice hockey team to the Olympics — but dollars and cents stand in the way of that Olympic dream. 9 more words

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RIP Tom Smith RCA, 1933-2015

Tom Smith, one of Canada’s best known raku artists has passed away. Educated at Penn state and Alfred he taught at Fredericton High School and the University of New Brunswick, as well as achieving success as one of Canada’s finest ceramists. 21 more words

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Blyth's bid for Rio gold

Rio 2016 will be Madonna Blyth’s last Olympic campaign — and her Hockeyroos team-mates are desperate to deliver their star skipper some long-awaited gold. 11 more words

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Through the Fake and the Real … EDITORS reveal "No Harm"

Our beloved EDITORS unveil the highly anticipated video for their new song “ No Harm ” An amazing , strobe-filled clip of austere beauty that is masterfully combined with their music. 573 more words

Music Matters

Two For Tunesday: 28th April 2015

Editors – No Harm

Despite second LP ‘An End Has A Start’ building on the momentum Editors’ debut record gave them, third album ‘In This Light & On This Evening’ was deemed less favourable by the public, and so the band, as is sadly the case with much of their fellow indie counterparts from the mid 2000’s onwards, began to fall with little trace. 282 more words

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