Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literaturePhil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature
Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature

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PHILIP (Phil) CLEARY

 

Independent Federal MP 1992-96

 

Some Grabs

 

Outworkers, freeways,

 

Former teacher and author of the books:

 

Cleary Independent (1998)

 

Just another little murder (2001)

 

Reviewed

 

Reviewed

 

 

 

Getting away with murder (2005)

 

Former footballer and coach

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ABC TV football commentator since 1987

 

Campaigner to stop the violence against women and the complicity of the state in it

Communications solutions, combating bullying in the workplace, keynote speaking or Master of Ceremonies

The infuriating moral of Jill Meagher's murder, as I see it, published in the Australian Newspaper Read On

 

SPEAKING

 

ENGAGEMENTS?

 

philcleary@bigpond.com

 

At Carey Grammar

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

Phil Cleary's view on Australian politics, people, vfl and afl football, music, history and literature
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Justice Warren MISSSES THE POINT on the prejudices of our justice system

 

PAUL KEATING'S ON THE TELLY

I met him once in the Oval Office

And as for the banks give me Ned Kelly any time

And Bob Hawke

REMEMBERING

JOHN GALLAHUE

 

Since I first met him in 1996 every visit to Ireland has taken me to Gallahue's pub, only a stone's throw fom where our ancestors crossed paths under the mystical Galtees. This October I stood at John's grave and lamented the loss of his recalcitrance and his beguiling storytelling.

 

For a taste of the late Bard of Ballylanders click on the link below

Memories of John Gallahue

 

 

 

In 2010 in Melbourne Andy Irvine captured the pain of my people's departure from Ireland with 'Thousands are Sailing to Amerikay. I was there with my camera

 

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