Jim Cattlin writes: “I am researching for a monograph on an historic event at Redfern Oval.
In the early 1960s, the Roller Game was capturing Aussie kids’ imaginations on Saturday afternoon TV – and right in the thick of the action were Redfern’s Shirley Watts and Sue Bull.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs women’s team has won the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Rugby League minor premiership.
The Queensland Maroons and NSW Blues staged a skilful contest at North Sydney Oval.
The Australian headquarters of Seido Karate has recently re-opened its doors after a major renovation, and this month launched its full program of classes.
The warm autumn weather was perfect for a day of fun and exercise.
The largely abandoned nature of the site makes it an appealing short-term development objective for FACS.
Cat on the slackline, Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills.
In the lead-up to IWD, women involved in the volunteer activities of the James Craig made history with the ship’s first all-female watch.
The First Nations of Australia defeated their Maori rivals in the first Festival of Indigenous Rugby League held on February 10 at Redfern Oval.