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Daryl Adair
Associate Professor of Sport Management at University of Technology Sydney. Interested in socio-political & business issues. Views are my own, not that of UTS.
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Daryl Adair 8h
Replying to @RobinParisotto1
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Liam Lenten 10h
Not only that, but the public cost will accelerate henceforth...think of all those net savers who - (until recently) were not aware of this obscene tax avoidance racket - but will now proceed to milk it for all it's worth.
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Daryl Adair 10h
Yes. He was part of a News Corp campaign to return the LNP. And he’s profited from that by betting on the intended outcome. Next election, perhaps we should ask journalists who they are backing - literally 🤑🤑🤑
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John Stensholt 16h
Simmons Split From Kardashian Clan Best News For Boomers Since Franking Credits
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Daryl Adair 12h
I read yesterday that taxpayers will be paying more for franking credits than the amount that funds public schools. Can anyone confirm?
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Robin Parisotto May 22
Kenya seemingly becoming the new Russia. Where does IAAF stand on this?
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Robin Parisotto May 22
What a horror story. This is courageous reporting in addition to the courage shown by the alleged victims. I shudder to think what else has gone down that has not been reported.
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Daryl Adair 13h
Journalistic integrity indeed 😳. I’ve never heard of a journalist gambling on the outcome of an election they were seeking to influence. I will check with my Gambling Studies colleague - can you help us? 🤔
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Robin Parisotto 20h
There will be 8 empty stadiums come 2023 - money well spent!
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Sports Integrity SII May 22
SII FOCUS: How 's handling of the investigation into Beckie Scott & Ed Moses's allegations showed how it bowed to pressure to reinstate , and allowed pressure to be put on dissenting voices:
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Richard Ings May 22
The head of the Kenyan athletics team at the Rio found guilty of ethics breaches over anti doping rules. Offering to tip off his own athletes of tests to allow more time for PED’s to flush clear in exchange for money. Kenyan athletics has zero credibility. None. 10 yr ban
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Daryl Adair May 22
Patent conflict of interest. In fact this was a vested interest. Shouldn’t it be illegal? Ping
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Daryl Adair May 22
Replying to @jsmooth_00001
In essence, the RA code of conduct did not advocate for drunks, atheists, fornicators or whatever. But it does advocate inclusion on the basis of sexuality.
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Jodie Skellern May 21
eagerly waiting for the plan to move players to these conditions. Hope this is what the outsourcing arrangement with NBL will achieve SOON. —-> NBL and players lock in new CBA with higher minimum wages
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Daryl Adair May 21
This will confuse most people. But that doesn’t mean its wrong. We used to think that the earth was flat.
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Lloyd Rothwell May 21
Jump! Swim School franchise placed into administration amidst legal battles with franchisees
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Daryl Adair May 21
Best wishes, Geoff 👍
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Daryl Adair May 21
This should be a medical determination. Not a political football.
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Formula 1 May 20
Rest in peace Niki Lauda. Forever carried in our hearts, forever immortalised in our history. The motorsport community today mourns the devastating loss of a true legend. The thoughts of everyone at F1 are with his friends and family.
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Dr Darren Saunders May 20
People who come from a higher social class are more likely to have an inflated sense of their skills — even when tests proved that they were average. This unmerited overconfidence is interpreted by strangers as competence.
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