Tag Archive: Published work

Andrew Walker – The Weekly Times

ANDREW Walker had the ability to climb on the backs of players long before he almost won the mark of the year in 2011. One of Cartton’s most influential players for season 2013, Walker… Continue reading

Asylum Seekers in Australia by Thomas Dullard

The Australian debate on asylum seekers is regularly focusing on boat arrivals and the negativity around refugees. Although refugees are not always welcomed to Australia, small towns can benefit from their arrival. Thomas… Continue reading

The University Blacks connection with country footy

Amateur football is a far cry from country footy, but you don’t have to look far to see the connections between the footy in the sticks to the great game in the city.… Continue reading

Debut on the airwaves – SYN FM

On Thursday afternoon I debuted on the Melbourne airwaves, circulating live around Melbourne chatting with Travis and Blakey about the happening in London. You can listen to the sports show right here. On… Continue reading

Swan Hillians named Geelong life members

Three former Mid-Murray footballers have been awarded Geelong Football Club life memberships. Bert Worner from Tyntynder, Colin Rice from Swan Hill and John Sharrock from Tooleybuc were all born and bred in Swan… Continue reading

Nandaly girl cleans up at titles

As published in the Guardian Newspaper and the Guardian Online on 22 July, 2012. NANDALY’S Lacey Elliott has brought home three titles from the recent 2012 futurity horse show competitions in Tamworth —… Continue reading

Swan Hill’s connection to Black Caviar

As published on the back page of the Guardian Newspaper, Swan Hill. BLACK Caviar, the world’s best sprinter, is poised to take on the world at Royal Ascot tomorrow night –and Swan Hill… Continue reading

A Sporting Life – Xavier Moloney

A Sporting Life – written by Thomas Dullard and published in the Guardian Newspaper  SWAN Hill Football Club’s Xavier Moloney has achieved more than most since moving to Swan Hill three years ago.… Continue reading

Melbourne media tackled over Origin coverage

By Thomas Dullard. An assessed blog post for Online Journalism at RMIT University. This week the State of Origin rolled into Melbourne, and the media has been forced to roll with the punches… Continue reading

Online media – Booming journalism or blurring journalism?

By Thomas Dullard. An assessed blog post for Online Journalism at RMIT University. Online news blunders, bungles and bloopers are blurring journalism boundaries. In an embarrassing online mistake, Channel Nine spoiled the finale of its very… Continue reading