With spring upon us, it’s the perfect time to explore the inspiring paths of Adelaide.
Without having grown up in Adelaide, I never experienced the excitement and buzz that is the Royal Adelaide […]
Graham Cornes was a champion footballer, a great coach and is a respected media personality. But last week, his comments about the first televised Women’s AFL match were out on the full.
The tide of history is moving against the conservative view; public opinion has shifted and it’s now incumbent upon those left in that camp to convince us why we shouldn’t join the UK, New Zealand, the US and many other countries in embracing such change.
It would be wrong of me to compare Greta Bradman’s voice with anyone. However, her performance in the recordings I have heard thus far affect me in the same way that I was affected the first time I heard Montserrat Caballé’s.
The AFL has urged fans to stop booing, which has seem to incite people to boo louder. What does that say about our society? When a person has the courage to speak out against bullying, we chastise them and make them feel weak. Are these the values we should we teaching our children?
A champion elite athlete is being bullied and that’s not ok.
The Upside News looks back at ten ‘nostalgia’ releases of the last 12 months and ranks them. The criteria for inclusion is a recording that offer something new, while also dipping into past glories; either a mix of old and new songs, or presenting old material in new ways.
In responding to this awful tragedy, the past week has shown us something new through the solidarity demonstrated by both clubs in grieving Walsh’s death. Transcending tribalism, South Australian football has never been so unified.
Walsh goes on to reflect on the commitment he made to re-connect with his son, to remove that wedge and it would appear that he and his son were making strides in renewing their relationship.
Apparently, it was not to be.