Our futures are at stake’: sport’s climate crisis weakness and how to change it

For a sector of society so adept at harnessing communities, cities, even entire countries, sport is strangely weak at empowering action on the issue which matters most. Perhaps the pace of sport, the relentless rotation of preparing, travelling and performing, restrains us from stopping, breathing and thinking about the existence of sport as we know […]

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Can’t compare’: Cathy Freeman blasts Scott Morrison’s 26 January first fleet comments

Olympic gold medal winner Cathy Freeman has become the latest high-profile critic of Scott Morrison following the prime minister’s comments about Cricket Australia’s initiative to make matches around the date of 26 January more inclusive. Morrison on Thursday criticised the decision by some Big Bash League clubs to follow CA guidance and drop references to […]

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Some Victorians in Sydney allowed to return home as Daniel Andrews rejects tennis players’ demands

Thousands of Victorians stranded in Sydney will be able to return to their home state after border restrictions were eased for most parts of Sydney, the Blue Mountains and Wollongong. Twenty-five out of 35 greater Sydney council areas have been downgraded from “red” to “orange” as of 6pm Monday, Victorian premier Daniel Andrews announced on […]

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