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Skipping to success

Last August, in an old chicken shed in suburban Queensland, world champion Lilly Barker was skipping as fast as she could. It was hot,...

Proud of our team

The NRL grand final promised to be an intense and tight affair. It was certainly played at a furious pace. Both teams gave it...

Perry ready for battle across the ditch

Back in national colours for the first time in a year, Ellyse Perry says the Australian men's tour of New Zealand has provided valuable...

LeBron on track for record

LeBron James continues his ascent towards the top of the American NBA’s all-time scoring list. With a free-throw late in the second quarter of the...

Chloe channels success

Australian swimmer Chloe McCardel recently crossed the English Channel for the 35th time – surpassing the men’s record for the most crossings from England...

TAFE and NCIE partnership boosts student employment

A thriving partnership is equipping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to gain employment in the fitness industry.

Fan-tastic start for Souths

We have now seen three rounds of the season. Souths are looking good.

Souths in 2018 – looking back, looking forward

It was a tight contest this year, and our mighty Red and Green team did us proud.

A rosy year for Rabbitohs

Wake me up, I’m dreaming! The Rabbitohs are starting the season as one of the premiership favourites. And unlike previous years this talk is not just coming from deluded supporters on an annual season preview drinks session. There is nothing romantic or wishful in this talk. It’s being made by a multitude of sane and objective observers. And it’s hard to disagree that the Rabbitohs have got a big chance this year.

Rovers back in action

To the true rugby league tragic, summer is the most boring time of the year – no footy, no pies, no yelling at the refs!

Rabbitohs 2012 – more highs than lows

Back in February, before the season started, with great trepidation the SSH predicted Souths to finish sixth in 2012. We also commented that much of Souths’ fortune would hinge on the young half Adam Reynolds and the form of John Sutton at five-eighth.