You Can Call Me Bonnie (or Sophie)

by Driving no. 2 daughter to Milton tonight, we were coming down the side road to merge onto Hale Street, where a motorcycle cop was sitting in the middle of the road.  His lights were flashing so we figured it was a road […]

What Would Jo Griggs Do?

by This is my new mantra. When I’m in a jam, having trouble making a decision or am facing any kind of moral dilemma, I now simply say/think “WWJGD”? What Would Jo Griggs Do? I’ve always been a fan of Jo Griggs. […]

Highlights From The Commonwealth Games

by Relive some of the games most incredible moments from our Australian teams as we dominated events across the board. Making this home ground Commonwealth Games our most successful one yet. Highlights from the games included: Tia-Clair Toomey’s inspiring win in the […]

Weekly News Roundup

by Commonwealth success Now in it’s 8th day of competition, the games have been an overwhelming success for the Australian team with 57 gold medals, 43 silver and 45 bronze. Our latest medals come from the Athletics track with Brandon Starc, cricketer’s […]

Weekly News Roundup

by Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum have Separated Another one of Hollywood’s power couples have decided to call it quits after their nine-year marriage. They both announced the news on their separate Instagram accounts saying that “love is a beautiful adventure […]

Daily News Roundup

by The Duke of Edinburgh is recovering after undergoing a successful hip replacement operation on Wednesday, Buckingham Palace says. The palace said the 96-year-old husband of The Queen was “progressing satisfactorily at this early stage” and was likely to spend several days […]

The History Of The Flag Bearer

by As Queensland hockey player Mark Knowles prepares to carry the Australian flag and lead the team onto the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games stadium tomorrow, sport historians will be reminded of the role a duck and her ducklings played in the choice […]

Daily News Roundup

by Australia’s declining performance in maths, reading and science will cost the nation $120 billion over the next 45 years, according to new analysis. That’s the conclusion by the not-for-profit Public Education Foundation, which has for the first time linked students’ results […]

Memories from ‘82

by It was the year of Matilda – the giant winking marsupial. It was the year swimmer Tracey Wickham was already a household name and marathon runner Rob de Castella  and weightlifter Dean Lukin soon became the names on everyone’s lips. It […]

Women In Sport: Tamsyn Moana-Veale

by – What’s your favourite aspect about your sport? I love being able to travel the world and working towards goals every day. It’s cool to think that it’s one of the few jobs in the world where everyone around you (coaches, physio’s, dieticians etc) is […]

SheViews – Australian Swimming Championships

by Just when you thought big sporting events would take a back seat after the Winter Olympics, today, the Australian Swimming Championships begin on the Gold Coast to determine our swimming team for the Commonwealth Games. And Channel 7 will tonight begin […]