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What's Wrong With Jazz Hands Anyway?

Whatever happened to good old fashioned kindness? In a tweet overnight Miranda Devine labelled David Pocock a ‘tosser’ for a try celebration which included ‘jazz hands’ after scoring one of his three tries in a winning performance at Canberra Stadium on Friday night. 597 more words

Not For Watercooler Conversations

NZ officials tip Aussie test move to backfire. NZ Herald

Australia’s move to allow those playing overseas with more than 60 caps and seven years’ Super Rugby service to represent the Wallabies will be watched closely by New Zealand Rugby. 483 more words

Super Rugby

The Big Roo Count

Ten years ago, with my wife Jen, I was finishing up four years of fieldwork in some of Australia’s most remote and spectacular habitats. We had been lucky enough to be investigating the ecology and conservation of Australia’s tropical kangaroos and wallabies, collecting first-of-its kind information on where they each occurred, how big the populations were and why each species lived in certain areas and not others. 369 more words

Research

From Lime Kiln Point northwards towards Murphy’s Flat

Away from the Lyell Highway in southern Tasmania, while looking at the lime kilns, I had enjoyed relative silence, but once back on the road the endless traffic continued to roar past and box my ears. 239 more words

Derwent River

Cheika: I am not liked or respected in New Zealand

Waratahs and Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says that it is obvious he is not liked or respected in New Zealand as the saga of his half time chat with referee Jaco Peyper rumbles on. 403 more words

Super Rugby 2015

Wallabies: Opening Expats for selection

A number of Australia’s illustrious rugby players are based overseas, heading overseas post-Rugby World Cup (RWC) or undecided on their futures. Do the Wallabies really have the depth to continue to resist selecting overseas-based players? 1,027 more words

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