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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,...

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...

Jacklin to star in virtual fundraiser

In October singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin released two new songs for Sub Pop Single Club: “to Perth, before the border closes” and “CRY”. In December, as well as playing four shows at the Vanguard in support of women’s refuge Lou’s Place, she will perform as part of the SSH Celebrate Community virtual fundraiser.

Let the bidding begin!

The SSH Celebrate Community fundraiser on December 11 will include an online auction. There are fabulous items for bidders to win, and bidding starts now!

Local athlete relights cauldron

Last month the Olympic cauldron was reignited in Cathy Freeman Park for the 20-year anniversary of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. Two young Australian athletes,...

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...

Pride in the jersey

John Lanzky reports that Souths have played some heavy games against the in-form Roosters and Panthers. A gutsy win against the Bulldogs has restored...

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.

Australian Open highlights

Although the finals will be happening as we go to print, we offer some of the highlights of this year’s Australian Open. We also bid farewell to Kobe Bryant ...

Skipping to their hearts’ content

Many Australian schools participate in the annual Jump Rope for Heart program, an initiative created by the Heart Foundation in 1983. Bourke Street Public...

Souths hop to the top

Big congratulations to Souths for reaching the top of the ladder with a hard-fought win over the Raiders in Canberra, 16-12.

Fan-tastic start for Souths

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

New coach, new beginning for Rabbitohs

All right, it’s time to get excited about the footy. The NRL season kicks off this month, and things are looking good for the Rabbitohs.

Souths in 2018 – looking back, looking forward

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

Farewell Madge, and thank you!

Fans of both teams were buzzing with excitement, trading friendly taunts as to who was going to win. I went to ANZ Stadium with...

Kickoff to Season 2017

The footy’s back! You can just feel it in the air. You can see it on the faces of fans keen for the Rabbitohs to rebound strongly after disappointments in 2016.

Interview with coach Michael Maguire

The SSH gets to know the real Michael Maguire, who led the Souths to victory in 2014

Train wreck at Allianz Stadium – Rabbitohs derailed

Souths supporters at Allianz Stadium were stunned by a train wreck of major proportions – the derailment of Souths’ 2015 season.

The goal: back-to-back premierships

It’s not that he has no competition for the mantle of Souths’ greatest. Many will claim that it’s the Little Master Clive Churchill or...

The Rabbitohs

At the end of June 2014 South Sydney were perched on 20 points. Their form had been mixed. A handful of impressive wins, some gritty yet unspectacular displays, a smattering of luck-ridden wins and some not so impressive losses. Sounding familiar?

Bunnies get the wobbles

For the first few weeks of the competition it looked like Souths had started the way they had finished in 2014 and were perhaps even a little better than they were in 2014. With new recruit Glenn Stewart’s ball playing skills giving a new dimension on the right edge, and Adam Reynolds’ kicking and running game reaching a new level, a lot of the early talk was about the very elusive holy grail of back-to-back premierships.

Defending premiers primed for glory

What do you do after you win a premiership? Change the captain of course. Then get a new CEO. And begin the season by winning every trophy in sight.

South Sydney supporters talk about their love for the red and...

South Sydney supporters talk about their love for the red and green.

Building up to something special

REDFERN: “Glory, glory to South Sydney! Glory, glory to South Sydney!” The chant was heard throughout Souths’ training session at Redfern Oval on September 23. On Friday September 26 the chant would be louder and prouder. The Rabbitohs would defeat the Roosters to be the first team to qualify for the 2014 NRL premiership decider.

2014 NRL Premiers South Sydney Rabbitohs – ‘WE DID IT!’

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have capped off an incredible journey to become the 2014 NRL premiers and indisputably reclaim their title as “the pride of the league”.

New chapter in club’s proud history

South Sydney has seen its fair share of battles. Since its beginnings at a public meeting in Redfern Town Hall in 1908, the club has experienced both the dizzying highs of victory and the crushing lows of defeat. But what has always remained constant throughout the Rabbitohs’ 106-year history is the team’s fighting spirit – both on and off the field.

Rabbitohs in wacky race to finals

For most of the season Souths have looked anything but premiers. Woeful displays against North Queensland and the Titans in the last few weeks...

Rebounding Rabbitohs

It’s strange to feel empty and dissatisfied when your team has just won a game. It’s even weirder when your team achieves the rare feat of keeping the opposition scoreless, for the first time in decades. But that is exactly the feeling many Souths fans had after the Monday night victory over Cronulla [May 26].

Rabbitohs all the way, say young fans

The Rabbitohs are on top of the table going into round 20 but the question is whether they can go all the way. The SSH took to Redfern Park to interview some of the youngest fans and find out how they are finding the season so far.

Rabbitohs hop to the top

Just as they were in the 1960s and ’70s, Souths are firmly entrenched at the top of the league table. Just like the ’60s...

Budding community workers

ALEXANDRIA: Robert Bruce, Acting Principal of Alexandria Park Community School, spoke recently about the initiative to create community gardens within an inner-city school. He said: “A lot of our kids live in the local area and do not have access to gardens in their home environment.”

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!

Gallery: Return to Redfern

Saturday 9th February saw the Rabbitohs kick off their 2013 season with the fifth annual Return to Redfern match. This year the locals took on the Papua New Guinea Residents XIII in a 38-12 point victory at Redfern Oval.

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.

Bunnies bound for glory

July can be a cold and miserable month. The passing of solstice and the beginning of winter’s chilliest period has so often marked the unofficial end of Souths.

The finals countdown

Well, this is unfamiliar territory for Souths supporters. It’s July and the Rabbitohs are still very much in this competition. After a slow start,...