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IT must have been hard enough for Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (nee Mary Donaldson of Hobart) to front the world's media three days after giving birth. She rose to the challenge, smiled graciously and said just enough to give everyone a happy baby story.
Pat Yeo, of Burnie, Tasmania, has blown the lid off the ANZ Bank ads that punctuate the continuing degradation of the SBS TV news (Column 8, Saturday). "Readers will be happy to know that, according to WIN television, ANZ's Tony also eats his lunch in Launceston and buys his shoes..read more
With Susie O'Neill retired, John Lingard asks who will be Australian swimming's new golden girl? T he recent retirement of Olympic gold medallist and world champion Susie O'Neill has posed the question, who will be the new first lady of Australian swimming? An answer will not be..read more
She sounds like something out of a Tolstoy novel; he like a Nordic prince. But Swedish swimmers Anna-Karin Kammerling and Lars Frolander's concerns as they launch themselves into the Australian Olympic year in Hobart today will be neither literary nor particularly royal. Frolander, a world champ