Keeping it on the field

By LUCY KELLY: Described as the most bitter rivalry since Athens and Sparta, the war between the Fibros and the Silvertails is the feud between two Sydney football teams that turned into a war about class. It began in 1978, when Roy Masters took over the west, as coach. He coined ... Read More...

Once Upon a Time in the West

By NICK CAMPTON: Not for the first time in Australian history, there’s a stampede heading west. This current gold rush may not be as dramatic as the frantic clamoring’s for gold that dot Australian history, but the prizes are greater and the stakes are higher. Instead of the pickaxe or the ... Read More...

The darkness behind closed doors

By CARLA HORTON: Indian culture is full of rich passion and vibrant people, characteristics mirrored by those who have immigrated 'down under'. As the number of Indian citizens immigrating to Australia increases, so too does the rich multicultural landscape of our country. However, there is an underlying spectre that is evident ... Read More...