How’s Uni?

So, you’re in year 12 and you’re thinking about going to university. You’re probably being spoken to about university from every institution under the sun about how great they are and why they are the one for you. They’re telling you about stellar graduate attributes, the pathways to get into Medicine, why their campuses are the bees knees and how year 12 isn’t the be all and end all of … Continue reading How’s Uni?

Australia Shines at Track World Championships 2017

Australia successfully buried the demons of the Rio Olympics over the last five days with a dominant display at the 2017 Track World Championships in Hong Kong. Arriving with a new kit, fresh young talent and an incoming High Performance Director, an aura of determination exuded from the green and gold contingent with athletes from across the nation. Beginning the championship momentum was the pairing … Continue reading Australia Shines at Track World Championships 2017

Bye, Bye Boonen at Paris Roubaix

Paris Roubaix 2017 can be surmised in one word: aggressive. We can definitely add a few more in (explosive, exciting, energetic) but aggressive is the most apt a choice for describing the 115th edition of the spring classic, a favourite amongst many dedicated cycling fans and riders themselves. A tactical race from the starting line, it saw the fortunes of many pre-race picks dramatically change … Continue reading Bye, Bye Boonen at Paris Roubaix

Track Nats: Day 1

The Anna Meares Velodrome was officially christened last night with the first of four days of Track Nationals commencing for 2017. National records tumbled and new champions were crowned, with many athletes and institites undergoing a coming of age into a new era of cycling in Australia. With the velodromes namesake no longer a racing cyclist, the Women’s Team Sprint was the first in as … Continue reading Track Nats: Day 1

The Dual Dilemma

If I told you Malcolm Turnbull AND Barnaby Joyce were running for Prime Minister together at the next election, completely equal and equally backed by their party, how would you feel? What if I said Andrew Dimitriou wanted to give AFL CEO another go, so he and Gill McLachlan lead the league together in equilibrium? Please, let me guess your initial thoughts: confusion, uncertainty, a … Continue reading The Dual Dilemma

Red Carpet: 2017 Academy Awards

In case you have been living under a rock today, the 89th Annual Academy Awards were held in the United States and the fashion is something that we need to be talking about. From ruffled feathers, flamboyant ball gowns and a whole lot of leg, the red carpet was the most divers many onlookers have seen in years. Despite the minor *cough* major *cough* hiccup at the … Continue reading Red Carpet: 2017 Academy Awards