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- ahmed on Mandela: lessons we can all learn Never forget that Australia had a racist WHITE ONLY policy till 1973. In 1975 the Whitlam Government passed the Racial ... more
- STEVE on Mandela: lessons we can all learn south africa has a long journey to fight for economic justice.The government has been too complacent.However Mandela is a ... more
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- ricky on Malcolm Fraser on Nelson Mandela When he was in prison i protested outside south africa house in London.GREAT MAN.All politicians should learn from him.RIP ... more
- Bikinis not Burkas on Lingerie football: is it sexist? I may become a convert to league if my wife lets me!I'm not into watching men play with each other. more
- Bikinis not Burkas on Home shot at 3 times in 18 months? @ ahmed, are you are part of the misinformation society, haven't you been listening to the court reports on the radio about ... more
- ahmed on Home shot at 3 times in 18 months? Most bikie gangs are made up of anglo saxons, yet we dont say European Bikie gangs.Not sure if this geographical ... more
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- Stephen Jago on Lingerie football: is it sexist? No it is not sexist. They do play hard and my 16 year old son loves watching it lol. :-) more
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Soccer unveils their $160m deal
Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop has unveiled a $160 million four-year broadcast deal for the code.
On a day David Gallop declared was very exciting for football, he announced the new television rights deal, worth double the previous agreement, would be shared between Foxtel, Fox Sports and for the first time the A-League will be shown free-to-air on SBS.
Beginning at the start of the 2013/2014 A-League season SBS will show one live match every Friday in the deal that ends on July 1, 2017.
Paul Murray questions the SBS role in the deal, using tax-payer funds for rights?
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It was hailed as a "bloody good day" by Football Federation Australia chairman Frank Lowy as the long-awaited multi-million dollar broadcast rights deal was unveiled.
Col Patterson from the Football Federation speaks with Paul Murray and defends the right of SBS to pay for the rights to the Socceroos matches and the A-League.
Described as one of the best, if not the best actor to play James Bond, Daniel Craig chats with 2UE's Jason Morrison about the latest film in the series Skyfall and his approach to the iconic character.
South Sydney co-owner Russell Crowe has tried to calm Rabbitohs fans after confirming he's selling-out at the end of next year. Mario Fenech tells Jason Morrison the impact the star has had on the club.