The new year kicked off very quickly with sideline reporting, an internship at AAP and my regular work making for a busy January. I covered two nights of football’s Asian Cup including the Saudi Arabia-DPR Korea tie at AAMI Park in Melbourne. Across the road at Melbourne Park, I reported on 18 day and night … Continue reading January
I’ve been up to a lot in the busy final months of my university degree.
Here are some links to the work I’ve done since July Continue reading Late 2014 work
Buttler bit off more than he could chew and he was punished accordingly. Luke asks why Mankad is still a dirty word. Continue reading Banish the Mankad stigma
Australians love barracking for the underdog but the awful draw for our local hopes took that to the extreme. Luke Costin takes a look at five dark horses who have a real chance of causing some upsets. Continue reading International Underdogs
He’s the F1 driver famous for his blunt assessments of motor sport’s most glamorous category. Here’s ten of Webber’s best calls. Continue reading Mark Webber’s ten best quotes
Looking towards the future, I have purchased my own domain as I head towards increased activity. It’s a statement said on thousands of blogs across the net but this will be one of the few sites to honour the commitment of more posts more often. The key reason: A Euro Trip! Over four months, I … Continue reading All new episode: EURO TRIP
Tennis made the choice to move Hawk-Eye from television gadget to on-court decision maker seven years ago. It still is yet to tell everyone the system had obvious flaws, as Luke Costin explains Continue reading Why Hawkeye is flawed and is damaging both its players and umpires
Bought your Open tickets yet? No? Well, expect a $5 charge for not buying before today following the Australian Open’s redefinition of “pre-purchase”. Continue reading Why your Aus Open ground pass may cost you 34% extra
According to a 2010 report, more than three-quarters of innovation and tech articles are derived from the desks of public relations companies. Are tech journalists lazy or simply limited by the tools at their disposal? Continue reading PR: Journalists’ aid or fool’s gold?
LEWIS Rattray showed why he is Victoria’s best cyclo-cross rider with an outstanding comeback in the inaugural state championships at Bundoora Park on Sunday. Continue reading Rattray and Iacuone stage an epic Cyclo-cross battle!
We know it’s an amazing achievement but where do surfer Kelly Slater’s titles fit in the world of sport? I apologise for the delay in posting this week but a few things interfered: a sickness, a bit of uni work and the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) prematurely announcing my subject, Kelly Slater as 2011 … Continue reading The Slater View
AS I log onto ABC’s iView to watch the last episode of Gruen Planet, I can’t help but laugh at the timing. This is an analysis program about spin, branding and image control, on the back of the highly successful Gruen Transfer. Well, I have a nomination for next week’s program, The Prime Minister’s two-day … Continue reading Remembering Ken Henry