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Raider’s season of discontent, night of knives

by Bulletin special correspondent  ‘Eye on Sports’ Who would have thought that the game of rugby league could be compared to the game of politics? If you ask David Furner, deposed coach of the Canberra Raiders, he might very well tell you that he knows just how Julia Gillard felt when

Local hero Ally Durr treks for her friend

Ally Durr may rightly be claimed as a regional ‘hero’ as well as a local one. The Carwoola schoolgirl who attends Karabar High scooped up the honour of Queanbeyan ‘Young Australian of the Year’ in January. Karen Lovatt tells us why. Picture this: a 16-year-old girl, on a trail across mountains,

Ice climbing: nurture your inner ‘tough guy’

Ice climbing: good way to nurture your inner tough guy, as our reporter Karen Lovatt found on a recent trip to New Zealand There are some moments in life when you look at the task before you and think, “why did I think this was such a good idea?” That

Off to Europe for promising Bungendore cyclist

by Karen Lovatt It began as Mitch Lovelock-Fay’s biggest weakness in triathlons. Now, it’s taken him to Europe for a new career phase. “I started as a triathlete,” Lovelock-Fay said. “I was told I needed to work on my bike segment a bit more, and then it just went from there.” “It” turned