Australian JobÂ News
How sacked Test spinner White turned his career around to become a one-day hit and captaincy candidate
Friday February 5, 2010LAST summer Cameron White was coming off four Tests as Australia's spinner, even though he felt like a batsman on the inside and there was no permanent place for him in Australia's limited-overs teams. Soon afterwards he was overlooked for the ICC World Twenty20, a balls-up that was all over in three days for a country that failed to recognise the importance of short-form specialists such as the Victorian captain.
Friday February 5, 2010Cameron White is happy to be a captain-in-waiting, writes Chloe Saltau.
Friday December 11, 2009FORMER Olympic swimmer Jim Piper believes the leaking of confidential details of a complaint against head coach Alan Thompson and his decision to take personal leave, aired the same day as sexual abuse allegations against former coach Terry Buck, should be investigated immediately.
Saturday October 10, 2009Joe Hockey was at home when John Howard phoned his minister in January 2007, to offer him a new job. €śWhat are you doing?€ť the prime minister opened. €śChanging nappies,€ť replied Hockey, father of two.
Friday September 18, 2009KEVIN Rudd has given Brendan Nelson a new career €” just a day after the former Opposition leader trenchantly attacked the Government's emissions trading policy in his valedictory speech to Parliament.
Friday July 17, 2009THE Chinese economy grew a sizzling 7.9 per cent in the year to the June quarter, as the Chinese Government continues to pump rivers of money to reach its 8 per cent growth target for the year.
Monday January 19, 2009THE future of Australian swimming continues to shine bright with the home nation winning eight of the 10 gold medals on offer on the final day of swimming at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney. One of the interesting winners was 14-year-old Bronte Campbell - the younger sister of 16-year-old Olympian Cate Campbell - who won the 50 metres freestyle final in a time of 26.19 seconds.
Tuesday January 6, 2009SHANE WARNE for England coach? A fanciful idea, but The Tonk couldn't resist asking the spin king if he was interested in the job given Peter Moores appears firmly on the outer. Warne didn't want to comment. Moores has been at loggerheads with skipper Kevin Pietersen, who reportedly wants a change of coach and is one of Warne's closest friends. The thought of Australia's Ashes saviour helping England in seven months' time makes the mind boggle.
Monday January 5, 2009After a three-month wait to see John Stewart out the door, National Australia Bank's new chief executive, Cameron Clyne, celebrated his first official day in the top job by taking it off.
Sunday December 21, 2008WIGAN coach and former Great Britain international Brian Noble would be happy to end the Australian Rugby League's search for a new national coach.
Wednesday December 10, 2008FORMER Test five-eighth Trent Barrett believes the biggest challenge for the new Australian coach will be maintaining the passion Ricky Stuart had for the green and gold jersey.
Wednesday August 27, 2008IF GOLD medals were awarded to workplace managers, Australia would beat Britain hands down. An international study has found Australian managers are more accessible, and less bureaucratic and secretive, than their British counterparts.
Friday June 27, 2008THE Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed - possibly for the last time - that the tight job market has driven the number of job vacancies to a record high.
Friday March 14, 2008THE Australian dollar spiked yesterday in response to stronger than expected employment growth and continuing rejection of the greenback.