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Big Bash cricket is the most innovative, agile and Turnbullian start-up in Australia

Big Bash cricket is the most innovative, agile and Turnbullian start-up in Australia

Jason MurphyFeb 26, 20162 Comments

Is there room for non-tech thinking in Malcolm Turnbull's ideas boom?

Polished Hird’s ‘soft chat’ with ABC reporter fails to impress, illuminate

Polished Hird’s ‘soft chat’ with ABC reporter fails to impress, illuminate

Margot SavilleJan 18, 201616 Comments

James Hird's appearance at the Ethics Centre last night raised more questions than it answered.

Did Essendon players get a fair shake?

Did Essendon players get a fair shake?

Adam SchwabJan 18, 201611 Comments

Examining the evidence in the Essendon peptides case.

Was Essendon caught up in an AFL sports medicine arms race?

Was Essendon caught up in an AFL sports medicine arms race?

Gary MoorheadJan 14, 20168 Comments

At a 2008 Sports Medicine Australia conference, Dean Robinson presented a paper on the use of sports science for AFL clubs. Did he unwittingly start an arms race? Gary Moorhead, CEO of Sports Medicine Australia 1999–2009, reports.

Hird flies to Sydney for a sympathetic ear

Hird flies to Sydney for a sympathetic ear

Myriam RobinJan 13, 20167 Comments

James Hird schedules a tell-all interview that is already arousing controversy.

Rundle: Don to a turn -- how spivs and moguls killed the AFL

Rundle: Don to a turn -- how spivs and moguls killed the AFL

Guy RundleJan 13, 201618 Comments

The Essendon saga is but one chapter in the wider destruction of the AFL.

Foxtel scoffs humble (meat) pie to save its bacon

Foxtel scoffs humble (meat) pie to save its bacon

Glenn DyerNov 27, 2015

Whoopsies, turns out Foxtel does want the NRL after all

Why are female athletes paid so little?

Why are female athletes paid so little?

Crikey InternNov 12, 20155 Comments

Australia's female cricket and soccer players make vastly less than their male counterparts, even after recent pay rises. Crikey intern Josh Ribarich investigates.

A spirited defence of the sport of kings (or: animal rights nuts, sod off)

CrikeyNov 9, 20156 Comments

Thank goodness someone has been brave enough to defend the Emirates Melbourne Cup, that proletariat working-man's festival brought to you by Myer and Tom Waterhouse. Crikey's resident bigwig, Sir Herbert Stunkram thanks Guy Rundle for his contribution to the cause.

'Extremely improbable that girls will ever be allowed to ride'

'Extremely improbable that girls will ever be allowed to ride'

Myriam RobinNov 4, 20152 Comments

Almost 100 years ago another woman was making history at Flemington.