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A bias for bowling

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN JOURNALISTS are often accused of bias but the good members of Indented Head Carpet Bowling Club openly admit theirs. Secretary Marie Bedford...

Athlete drug law proposal ‘dopey’, says Deakin expert

By NOEL MURPHY     COMPELLING Olympic athletes under contract to release doping evidence that might incriminate them goes against their common law rights, according to a...

Cats’ plans to strangle life out of flailing Port

By NOEL MURPHY   GEELONG and Port Adelaide are poised for a double defensive-offensive in their clash at Adelaide’s AAMI Stadium on Saturday. Cats coach Chris Scott’s...

Athletes urged to tri this sport

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN   TRIATHLONS have grown exponentially in popularity in the past 10 years, with people from all walks of life having a go...

Salmon, squid on the go

By Brian Long   ANGLERS enjoyed outstanding opportunities over the past week, with top action in fresh and saltwater. Surf fishing was fantastic, with many salmon taken...

Daunting Pies big threat, says coach

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN THIS could be the danger game. Whenever a team has a strong winning streak, there’s always a danger game that pops up...

Salmon dominate coast

SALMON were the dominant species over the past week, with many caught along the coast. Ken Alford found them at Bancoora Beach where he caught...

Rower races to grant

Geelong boat builder Jeff Sykes and Associates will create 12 new jobs after receiving a new technology grant of $208,700 for specialised equipment to...

James Kelly faces AFL tribunal

By John Van Klaveren Geelong will take the James Kelly bump case to the AFL tribunal. Coach Chris Scott said the club considered it had “more...

SPORT: Cats aiming to master Bombers’ apprentices

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN IMITATION is the sincerest form of flattery, the adage says, so the Cats must be flattered to be playing Essendon in...

Youngsters setting sail for Europe

By MICHELLE HERBISON EUROPE’S North Sea might present different conditions to Corio Bay when a group of young Geelong sailors compete in a Cadet International...

Help Salvos, says number one Cat

THE Cats’ number-one ticket holder is helping urge Geelong residents to support The Salvation Army’s annual appeal. Daryl Somers has added his star power to...

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State probes tragic bungle

Authorities are investigating a bungle that led police and family to believe a Geelong West man was missing as he lay dead in a...

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