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  • The Keogh Way.

    21 Jan 2013

    Welcome to the very first post for our new blog, titled ‘The Keogh Way’. Just writing that first sentence made these typing fingers (both of them) go all clammy. Because initiating something like a new blog is a nerve-racking experience. What if people don’t like it? What if they respond negatively?
     

    There are so many what ifs. But there is also a different set of what ifs. Like what if something said here sparks an idea for someone?

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  • Boof and the Baggy Green

    01 Apr 2014

    The official title is coach but if the leadership cap fits...

    His birth certificate records his name as Darren Scott Lehmann, born 1970, but the cricketing world knows him simply as Boof, the new and very successful national coach of the Australian Test side. 

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  • Royalty on the Job at APPEA

    06 Apr 2014

    Sound the horns and bang the productivity drum

    Martin Ferguson is already royalty, according to the Prime Minister. Blue-blooded, Labor royalty. So the former energy minister won't need one of those knighthoods that are back in vogue.

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  • Pope of Hope

    19 Jun 2014

    It isn't just the Catholic faithful praying for him.

    Pope Francis has been a breath of fresh air blowing through the cathedrals and palaces of the Catholic Church. Through simple gestures, as well as words and action, he has changed the whole tone of the pontiff's relationship with his flock.

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  • Imperial Lament

    06 Aug 2014

    Remember the fallen – and everything that fell with them

     Lest We Forget is the phrase that honours our war dead, those that fell in defence of a nation and its values.

    It has been used ever since the First World War and is now inscribed on gravestones, war memorials and shrines all over the English-speaking world.

    But the phrase didn’t start out as words of remembrance for the fallen – far from it.

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