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Kensington Arts and Craft Market showcases the ample talents of the community, from artisan goods to live music. Volunteers have assembled 56 stallholders, including Bloomfield's by Di-Zyn, offering outlandish takes on everyday necessities, retro
Keith Dunstan dearly loved his wife Marie and he also loved her cooking. "When Marie made cakes for the church stall, dad would follow her all the way and immediately buy them back," daughter Kate Dunstan told his funeral service in Malvern on Friday.
Vince Caligiuri Two video scoreboards 25 metres wide and 13 metres high will be installed at Melbourne Cricket Ground in time for the Boxing Day Ashes Test. Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) chief Stephen Gough says the new vision boards will be more than
The earnings of the Melbourne Cricket Club have dropped more than 27 per cent. Photo: Pat Scala The profits of Australia's oldest sport club have plunged more than 27 per cent after a slump in AFL crowd attendances. The earnings of the Melbourne
Australia's oldest and largest sporting club, the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC), will tour Fiji to play a series of matches. "The 14-member MCC squad will arrive in Nadi on August 25th and play a series of matches at the Central College grounds in
It was 20 minutes into the last quarter, and Essendon was a hundred and plenty points ahead, but its supporters still were not sated. ''Ball,'' they howled. Hearing this baying, David Bridie thought to himself: ''I know how the Roman Colosseum must
THE Melbourne Cricket Club boasts the biggest membership of any sporting club in Australia, but it needed to lift its game when it came to engaging with members. The club has the public responsibility of managing one of the largest and most
Sheahan delivered a biting review of the summer schedule, and warned that cricket would fade from relevance if administrators continued to allow domestic Twenty20 leagues to shape a staccato international fixture, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Former West Indies cricketer Courtney Walsh and Robert Samuels will accompany Melbourne Cricket Club on a short tour of Bermuda next month. They are due to arrive in Bermuda April 10 and will play two Twenty20 matches against Commercial Cricket
Next Friday, on the opening day of the third and final Test in Perth that is likely to decide the series and the number one Test ranking, the AFL is holding a full commission hearing into charges that Adelaide manipulated the draft. Both these AFL