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Sinead Fogarty

Sinead Fogarty

Sinéad Fogarty is a Sydney-based writer and video journalist, interested in unearthing stories full of quirk and character. You'll often find her with her head in a book, or with ice speed skates on her feet.

Profile: Business Woman Media

Business Woman Media, a start-up founded by Amanda Rose, has continued to assert itself for the past four years as a unique online publication in a crowded media landscape.

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VIDEO: The grit and glamour of roller derby

Sinéad Fogarty meets some skaters in the Sydney Roller Derby League, which is celebrating 10 years of jams in Australia.

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Gripping a nation

Sinéad Fogarty charts the rise of bouldering, a sport that has climbed into the Tokyo Olympic Games.

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VIDEO: A fun-sized premier league

Sinéad Fogarty meets the football players leaving it all on the table.

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Have a stab at blood donation this winter

During winter, Australia’s blood supply often falls to critical levels. The cause? As regular donors succumb to colds and flu, appointment levels drop off. Throughout June and July, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service calls upon new donors, particularly those

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Who will win the 2017 Stella Prize?

Having read and reviewed each of the six shortlisted finalists, Sinéad Fogarty predicts the winner of the 2017 Stella Prize.

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Review: An Isolated Incident

3.5 out of 5
Rating: 3.5

The Stella Prize shortlist celebrates the six best fiction and non-fiction books written by Australian women, noted for their excellent, original and engaging prose.

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Review: Between a Wolf and a Dog

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

The Stella Prize shortlist celebrates the six best fiction and non-fiction books written by Australian women, noted for their excellent, original and engaging prose.

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Review: The Museum of Modern Love

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

The Stella Prize shortlist celebrates the six best fiction and non-fiction books written by Australian women, noted for their excellent, original and engaging prose.

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