April 17, 2014
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is launching a new study into Alzheimer’s disease and early onset dementia, in an attempt to arrest the disturbing increase in Australian public figures whose memories appear to be failing them.
April 6, 2014
Twenty years ago the tiny central African republic of Rwanda shot to world attention when, following the felling of the President’s private jet, the country exploded into an orgy of violence which eventually saw 800,000 people murdered in just 100 days.
March 30, 2014
Many Saints fans, myself included, wondered on the eve of the 2014 season whether the opening two games against Melbourne and GWS would be the highlights of the year – a year in which many experts predicted another wooden spoon. That the Saints are 2 – 0 is not the surprise, rather it is the […]
March 23, 2014
The Saints began the Alan Richardson era in style with an impressive 17 point win over Paul Roos’ Melbourne and looking far from the wooden spoon favourites that so many ‘experts’ predicted pre season.
March 17, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: In what is believed to be a world first, British man Richard Cock-Hornfellow recently climbed Africa’s highest mountain, Tanzania’s Mt Kilimanjaro, without raising money for charity.
March 5, 2014
No sooner had I entered the limulunga, or park, when I came upon the dreaded Mkushi or Baboon. I was en route to the Shiwa Ng’andu or Boiling Point, of the Zambezi, where the legendary river God Nyaminyami lives and had strayed unknowingly into Mkushi territory. The male’s squinted, devilish stare was fixed, one might […]