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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.
A thriving partnership is equipping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to gain employment in the fitness industry.
Souths supporters at Allianz Stadium were stunned by a train wreck of major proportions – the derailment of Souths’ 2015 season.
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.
South Sydney supporters talk about their love for the red and green.
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.
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”.
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.
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].
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.”
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.