It's a noisy place to belong - on the Crows' bandwagon, where the revellers sing and the hamstrings 'ping'. But even more frightening for our Fumbles correspondent than a burgeoning injury list and Rory Atkins' hair is the ominous prospect that Port Adelaide appear finals-bound...
This is going to get fairly tedious fairly quickly if things keep going as they are.
The crisis-hit state branch of the Returned and Services League will be “completely restructured” after the not-for-profit late yesterday volunteered to go into administration, but the fate of its current management remains up in the air.
Ongoing internal politicking within both major parties is inflicting brand damage – right at the moment they need to be building trust, writes Tom Richardson.
UPDATED | The Adelaide Crows will get an unwelcome taste of what life would be like if emerging forward Mitch McGovern quits the club at season’s end, as he prepares for an extended stint on the sidelines with a serious hamstring injury.
UPDATED | Another heartstopping Showdown has ended in an ugly aftermath of controversy, with Adelaide's football community and the AFL's indigenous leaders rallying around Crows star Eddie Betts and Port Adelaide ruckman Paddy Ryder after racist insults were hurled during and after the weekend's heated clash.
A two-time Liberal Party candidate is considering launching legal action against the party, telling InDaily he is completely “disillusioned” after his nomination for the vulnerable Hills seat of Kavel was shot down, in a move he says was akin to the actions of a “Communist dictatorship”.